Jane's Doodles Blog Hop...

Hello friends!  Thanks for stopping by today for the Jane's Doodles blog hop!  You should be arriving here from Galina Filippenko's blog.  If not, there is a list at the bottom of this post to help you find your way though the entire hop!  We're showcasing the 3 most recently released stamps sets and they're all beautiful!  We have a kitchen/baking set called Homemade, a Magnolia florals set and set of worshipful sentiments called Bless Your Heart.  And today I have 2 cards to share that came from these 3 sets.

I love build-a-scene stamp sets and this is one of the cutest!!  You could stamp, mask and stamp some more, as I did to create a scene like this one, or you could stamp each component individually, fussy cut them and assemble the pieces to create a scene.


I used my Arteza and Zig real brush markers to color the kitchen card, adding the striped wallpaper background and the stitching lines on the oven mitts.  Once that was done, I die cut a circle opening from a piece of coordinating cardstock, mounted that with foam tape and positioned it so that the vignette was centered.  I added the sentiment and some faux pen stitched lines around the circle, a few matching enamel hearts and decided that was good.





Next up is this card using the Magnolia and Bless Your Heart stamp sets.  I started by stamping with Versamark onto vellum paper, heating with gold embossing powder and heat setting, then fussy cutting it all out.  Then I stamped another random arrangement of blooms onto watercolor paper, with Versafine Onyx black ink and coloring and painting with a water brush before fussy cutting that piece as well.


I adhered the vellum piece to the patterned paper card front, then popped up the colored floral piece with foam tape before adhering it on top of the vellum.  Next I stamped the sentiment onto more vellum paper, heat embossed with ink and white powder and die cut the sentiment into a circle shape that I adhered to the top of the floral bloom.  Finally I added a few small gold heart embellishments.


Your next stop on the hop is Jane Beljo herself!  Should you get lost at any point along the hop, here is the list that you can refer back to:

Norine - You Are Here!
and finally, last but not least, 

And as usual when there is a Jane's Doodles blog hop, there is also a sale and a giveaway!  Leave a comment on each of the blogs and you could win a stamp set of your choice.  The winner will be chosen and announced on Wednesday.  At the same time, all the stamp sets in the JD"s store are 25% off, until Wednesday!  Good luck and thank you for stopping by today!

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  1. Love the scene on first one and layout of second card. Just amazing!

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  2. Beautiful scene in the first card...

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  3. Wow, two gorgeous cards! Love especially the second one, your magnolias are so delicate!!! Love the new releases!

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  4. Omg..Norine ..your cards always leave me.. speechless!! Like the ones today too. Your colouring and the design.. I have to learn so much from you. Thank you for the lovely Inspirations.

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  5. Gorgeous..I just love the way you have combined your stamps along with pattern paper.. Brilliant!!

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  6. gorgeous cards!
    and so great coloring!

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  7. Beautiful card. Love how you used the vellum layers. Hugz

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  8. Breathtakingly beautiful cards Norine! I love your coloring :)

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  9. Love the scene you created and the elegance of the gold embossed flowers.

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  10. Oh my, these are pretty cards.

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  11. Holy moly, your cards are simply AMAZING! Love them both, can't stop staring at them!

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  12. Your cards a gorgeous

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  13. Beautiful spotlighting of the images on both your cards.

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  14. It's beautiful card!! Love the imagination❤

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  15. Ah so sweet, lovely cards. Love them both.

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  16. Cute and colorful kitchen scene and lovely magnolia card.

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  17. Wonderful cards! I love how the patterned paper you chose for the first card just makes the images in the window pop. And LOVE the combination of vellum and solid florals on the second!

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  18. I love both of your cards.. The little kitchen scene is so adorable!

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  19. Both are GORGEOUS!!! Love how colorful the first one is and the elegance of second. :o) xx

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