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Julie Warner – https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com

Blog-Hop-May-16

Welcome to the Serendipity Stamps Blog Hop!  Today we are featuring a bunch of brand new word dies! You are really going to love these. Something for everyone and every occasion. 

First, the prize details:

  • $20 gift code to one person who has commented on ALL the blogs.
  • To enter to win leave a comment through midnight Sunday 5-18.
  • Winner will be posted on Mary’s blog  Monday 5-19
Julie Warner – https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com
For my cards, I chose to use the Dream and Imagine die cuts words for my cards. On this card, I used the Dream die and the first thing that came to me was a Dreamcatcher. Somewhere I saw a dreamcatcher that had an owl for the centerpiece and the owl was so similar to this one, I thought this little owl would be perfect. I die cut him out of  black and the solid owl version out of white. I also cut another detailed owl out of white paper to place on top of the solid backing so I could see where I wanted to color. After coloring the solid backing, I attached the black owl on top. I used some of the same markers to color a piece of white in bands before I die cut the Dream word. The feathers were stamped, colored and fussy cut. For the dreamcatcher, I die cut a sunflower and backed it with a circle die cut. 
The finished card is 4.25 x 7 and these are the Copics I used.
Julie Warner – https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com
Supplies:

Stamps: Serendipity Stamps  Feather Background 448L
Paper: X-Press It white, black, Bazzill white textured
Ink:  Memento tuxedo black
Accessories:  Copic markers, Serendipity Dream, Owl & Solid Owl dies, Spellbinders squares, circles dies, Perfect Paper Crafting mini rulers, Memory Box wild sunflower die

My second card features the Imagine die. 

Julie Warner – https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com
I stamped the Toadstools & Violets, colored them then die cut them using a little bit of my out of the box technique. I had some left over pieces of violet, lavender and rust that coordinated nicely, so I used the closest sizes of matting basic dies to give them a little polish. I die cut the Imagine, corners and top bracket  out of white and added them for contrast.
Julie Warner – https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com
The finished card is 4.25 x 5.50 and these are the Copics I used.
Julie Warner – https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com
Supplies:

Stamps: Serendipity Stamps Toadstools & VioletsPaper: X-Press It white, violet, lavender, rust, grass green
Ink:  Memento tuxedo black
Accessories:  Copic markers, Serendipity Imagine, Floral Frame & Embellishement dies, Spellbinders labels 22, Matting basics A & B dies, neon yellow gel pen (for violet centers)

My final card features the Floral Frame and Embellishments along with the larger Floral Dragonfly & Solid Dragonfly dies.
Julie Warner – https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com
I had some spritzed, water colored background left over from another project with these bright red/orange colors so I die cut the dragonflies and Dream out of it. The larger background behind the floral frame was made by sponging on a variety of pink, red, yellow and orange inks. After I die the floral frame out of white, I used a slightly smaller square die to trim down the left over square center in order to leave some of the red/orange border around it. This card measures 5″ square.

Julie Warner – https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com
Supplies:

Stamps: none
Paper: X-Press It white
Ink:  Memento love letter, Kaleidacolor desert heat & melon melody rainbow pads, Distress ink worn lipstick
Accessories:  Serendipity Dream, Floral Frame & Embellishment , Floral Dragonfly, Solid Dragonfly dies, Spellbinders square dies, Perfect Paper Crafting mini rulers

Thanks so much for stopping by! Be sure to visit all of the Design Team blogs so you’ll be entered to win! 

Mary’s Blog
Miriam Napier
Pauline Pollington
Vickie Zimmer
Anya Schrier
Jeanne Jachna
Jenny Gropp
Julie Warner
Karen Amidon
Marybeth Lopez

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18 Responses to “Serendipity Blog Hop!”

  • Rebekka K:

    wow.. Each one of your cards are stunning!

  • Julie, you just never cease to amaze me with your incredible talents. Love the wonderful way you use color on all of these beautiful samples.

  • Cheri:

    These are positively GORGEOUS!

  • Gorgeous cards, love ur coloring and the word dies are awesome

  • Jean Bullock:

    Wow! Talk about creative! Love the layers and your designs and coloring are fabulous.

  • Karen Amidon:

    Such talent, Julie! The owl card is just so creative, love it! Your coloring on the “Toadstools and Violets” is phenomenal and the “Imagine” die is perfect on it! Beautiful “Frame” card…I think we all are loving this set!

  • Mary:

    I love your use of copics with the words. Great cards. Thanks

  • Love the colorful owl dream card, and the others are fabulous too! Wonderful work!

  • Jill:

    All stunning cards. I really like the vibrant colors that you used.

  • Gorgeous Julie!! I love the colours you created, and mr owl looks fab in the rainbow effect! Amazing colouring on your mushroom scene too, stunning card!

  • What a fun group of cards, the dream catcher with feathers is adorable! Beautiful bright colors Julie.

  • That multi colored dream die cut is just that… dreamy! Lots of beauty here Julie! My favorite is the last with all the fancy cuts, dragonflies and yummy orange!

  • Lyla Mcdaniel:

    The owl is very colorful but my pick is the imagine,
    just says it. Keep up the good use of your talent.

  • Kim Heggins:

    Oh my…just fabulous! What an owl…just gorgeous.

  • Wow, you’ve been a busy little beaver. Your cards are all coloured so well. My favourite is the owl. I like how you used such bright colours.

  • Miriam:

    Lovely cards Julie. Looks like you had as much fun as I did with these dies. The owl card is so colorful!

  • Teri:

    Oh I love the colors everything is wonderful thank you

  • Tammy Pope:

    It is such a pleasure to see the bright colors! Your creativity really shines in these examples. The use of the sunflower die to make a dreamcatcher—brilliant!

Your comments are so appreciated!