Jane's Doodles Blog Hop....


We're hopping today at Jane's Doodles and I'm really glad you made it all the way through!  I'm almost the last stop on the hop and you should have arrived here from Galina's blog.  If you're jumping in out of sequence, you can start back at the beginning at Jane's blog.  If you encounter a broken link, here is the blog hop order:

Jane
Neha
Milka
Ange
Marion
Kaja
Vika
Galina
Norine - You're here!
Jane's Doodles


We have three new Jane's Doodles stamp sets that have just released!





I've made a card (or two) with each set.  The first is a fun one that would be perfect for a child's birthday or other occasion, or a masculine card.  I stamped a grey card panel with Versamark Ink and clear heat embossed it.  Then I stamped the rocket ship and flame onto Strathmore Bristol Smooth cardstock and colored them with Kuretake Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers before fussy cutting them out.  
Here's where I have a DANDY piece of news for you!!  Jane's Doodles will very soon be carrying coordinating dies for many of it's stamps sets!!  I cannot tell you how excited that makes me!  I don't generally mind fussy cutting but I much prefer die cutting if I have the option!  They should be showing up in the store at the beginning of February!



The next 2 cards use the Stinks stamp set as well as a sentiment from the Pucker Up stamp set.  For the first card, I wanted to mimic the background patterned paper, so I simply stamped on Neenah Solar White cardstock, masking the skunk in order to tuck the tree in behind him.  Then I cut the image out as one, and adhered it to the card front with the white heat-embossed sentiment tucked in behind.



There are two skunks in the set that face each other.  OBviously they're going to end up kissing!   So that's how I stamped them.  I stamped again, on Strathmore Bristol Smooth cardstock and colored again with Kuretake Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers before fussy cutting once more.  (Yaayyyy about the new dies coming!!)  I die cut some grass from green patterned paper, and some tulips (get it? Two lips?? I had to include them because I got such a kick out of the contrast between skunks and flowers.  Remember that line from Bambi?  When he was learning the names of things and called the skunk a flower?  And the skunk shyly said, "He can call me Flower if he wants to....I don't mind..."  Whew, that was a tangent!) from watercolor paper and colored them, and stamped the sentiment with Versafine Onyx black ink.  I added some stamped hearts and some acrylic heart stickers and sewed around the edge to finish it.


And lastly a card made with the Pucker Up stamp set!  I had a lot of fun creating this one.  I stamped the lips with three different Tim Holtz Distress Oxide inks - Candied Apple, Abandoned Coral and Worn Lipstick.  Some stamps got a single color of ink, and others got a bit of all three.  Then I misted the stamp before laying it down on the watercolor paper.  I let the stamp sit for a few seconds before lifting it up and letting the wet ink flow and blend however it liked.  I think the result is so yummy!

Before I adhered the card panel to the card base, I mixed up some Perfect Pearls gold powder with water to make a thin (although, thinner might have been better) mix that I could splatter onto the dried card panel.  Next, I stamped the sentiment onto plain white cardstock with clear Versamark ink and heat embossed with gold before cutting it out.  I wrapped the card panel several times with gold cord and popped the sentiment up on foam tape for extra dimension.


Thanks so much for stopping by today!  And thanks for hopping with us at Jane's Doodles!  As usual, there's a prize to be won!  Just leave a comment on each of the blogs and you'll be entered into a draw for your choice of a free stamp set.  Winner will be announced on Monday.  Also, there is a site-wide 20% off sale running through the weekend.  You've got one more stop to go and you'll have seen all the creativity we've got to show you today!

Have a wonderful day!


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  1. Beautiful cards, Norine! My favorite is last- sending kisses one. That water color effect looks awesome!

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  2. Oh my goodness !! Your cards are so beautiful !!
    margessw(at)icloud(dot)com

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  3. Darling cards! Love
    the moon card with
    the pretty background.
    The skunk cards are
    sweet.
    Carla from Utah

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  4. Oh my, such lovely inspirations, so different and beautiful! Fabulous all, and I'm just in love with these super cute skunks!! Your card with looks so cute and fun! I'm so happy that the coordinate dies are coming!! Yay! :D

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  5. Gorgeous cards, Norine!! My favorite is the last one. Stunning!!! :o) Hugs! xx

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  6. Wowzers, absolutely LOVE all of your designs - so creative and different, you're definitely thinking outside of the box here! Definitely some of my favourite designs of this blog hop, thanks so much for sharing and inspiring!

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  7. Suuuper beautiful cards!! The first I love the most, the grey with small pops of color looks so fantastic!

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  8. LOVE all of your cards! <3 They are absolutely gorgeous and I really like how you useda all the stamps in a such a creative way. But I fall in love with kissing skunks and a story about a Bambi! Thank you for sharing with us!

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  9. Your creations always blow me away and these are no different! I love them all :)

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  10. Wow! Norine these cards are all stunning! x

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  11. Love the colors and details on your pretty cards! Great use of the new stamp sets!

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  12. Wow--you have been busy--your cards are fabulous.

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  13. Wow so many fun and sweet cards...love the first one the most.

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  14. All are so inspirational and fabulous! Love them all, great showcasing!

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  15. Wow! Wow! Wow! All your cards are simply gorgoeus!!! Great work!!!

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  16. Oh my...LOVE your cards + your style!

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  17. My goodness you've really enjoyed these new sets by the looks of your amazing cards. Love all of them, great masculine card idea, thanks.

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  18. Wonderful creations! Each one is superb and beautiful! Thank you for sharing your inspirations with us :)

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  19. Stunning cards Norine. Love them all!

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  20. Your cards are all inspiring to me!! I really love the rocket card, and the skunk with the yellow background is one of my favorites, too!! Beautiful job!

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  21. Omg.. the first two are stunning!! Too good.. You are so talented Norine!

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  22. All beautiful cards. Love the splatters on your lips card.

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  23. Great cards--I especially like the scenes you created with the little skunks and the rocket!

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  24. Such great cards.

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