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Unity Hip Hop

Welcome to this Thursday's
UNITY STAMP CO. HIP HOP
**You should be arriving here from Renee Aslette's Blog**
As with each week's Hip Hop, there are THREE $20 Unity Gift Certificates!

TIME TOGETHER Card
This card didn't quite come together as I had envisioned it in my head,
but it will do!  If I had planned a little better, I could have included one of the
two sweet sentiments also found in the stamp set.
I LOVE this stamp by Iron Orchid, Time Well Spent.
I stamped the clock onto the yellow patterned paper, trimmed it out and then
machine stitched it over the same image that I had stamped onto the blue paper.  
I used watercolor pencils to color in the birds.  
I can't wait to try it out again in another fashion...and it has the sweetest sentiment
stamps that goes along with it!


 Journal Stickers by Authentique Paper
Patterned Papers by Christy Tomlinson/Pink Paislee

And I missed out on getting in my card in time for this week's
STAMP OF THE WEEK 
so here it is...
I had so much fun with this!  As you can see, I stamped the image three different
times and then trimmed out and layered the various pieces.  I kept the design
clean-and-simple with the addition of a neat red bow at the top :)
Red Swiss Dot Paper by Simple Stories

**Let's head over to Shilo Miles' Blog now and see what she has for us**
Thanks for joining us!

Comments

  1. Lovely cards Shellye! And I love that ketchup stamp!

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  2. all are such wonderful projects, too cute!

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  3. Gorgeous work. Love both projects.

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  4. both cards are beautiful!!I love all the little details, they make them very special!!

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  5. So so pretty !! I love it all !

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  6. your cards are colors very cute fun looking.

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  7. You card is beautiful Shellye! The clock, birds, the stitching...and at the bottom that detail pops out. Love it!

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  8. Beautiful work. I love the stiching on the first card. Love the color combination on both cards.

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  9. How did I miss that stamp set? A clock and birds - love it! And your card is darling too!

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  10. So funny to see that we both have complete different cards with the samen stamp :) Big hug Jolande

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  11. Such a gorgeous card... Love the ketchup stamp, so cute.

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  12. Gorgeous cards, that first one is especially fantastic! Love the piecing and the stitching, great design!

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  13. Love both cards..but the first one is so unique and I love everything about it!!

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  14. Wonderful cards! Love the stamping and coloring and really has that homespun feel with the stitching! I love that :D Nice job!

    ~Vanessa W

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  15. Fun cards! I love how each word is cut out in the fist card. I wouldn't have thought to do that but it gives the card a fun look! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  16. Very cute! I totally love your ketchup card!!

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  17. Love both cards,really like the green ribbon on the first one, it stands out nicely!

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  18. Love all the layers on your clock card and I really like how you paper pieced the ketchup bottle. TFS

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  19. That first card is so pretty. I love all the stitching.

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  20. WOW! Very gorgeous card! LOVE the layers and colors!!!

    housesbuiltofcards@gmail.com
    www.housesbuiltofcards.blogspot.com

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  21. Beautiful cards! Love the paper pieced ketchup!

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  22. I love these cards. The one with the clock is so soft and pretty. I like how you used backgd paper for the red of the ketchup bottle.

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  23. Beautiful cards! I really love all of the gorgeous details in the first card!

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  24. Is that clock and birds a new release? I love it. And your paper pieced ketchup bottle is adorable!

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  25. Love the red bow with the ketchup bottle. TFS.

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  26. Your cards are so sweet! I love what you did with the first set - I've used it in a more masculine way, so I'm happy to have a whole new way to try. Thank you!

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  27. I the time theme is beautiful just the way it is. Gorgeous embellishment and the sentiment is perfect for that clock stamp.

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  28. Oh these are wonderful! Love your stitching & paper piecing!!

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  29. Love these cards.. They're gorgeous! So glad I joined the hop today and came across your blog. So much inspiration!

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  30. Both are beautiful cards. I love that first one!

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  31. Just lovely! I love your stitching on the first one.

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  32. Very pretty, love the color combos

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  33. Beauitful cards, love the colors, all the little details make it truly wonderful, thanks for sharing.

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  34. Great cards! Love the colors in the first and the fun paper piecing on the second!
    DeniseB

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  35. Super cute cards! I especially the polka dotted ketshup!

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  36. AWESOME...beautiful cards...perfect details...you are really going to make someone feel special!

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  37. Great cards! Love the ketchup bottle stamped on the pattern paper.
    Love the stitching around the clock.

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  38. These are beautiful. Your stitching is perfect!

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  39. I think your card is lovely! Love your style!

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  40. Both cards are so adorable! The first one is really pretty!

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  41. Such pretty cards and love the wy you incorporated the stamps

    marg0006 at verizon dot net

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  42. The polka dot ketchup is great! I don't know how you pictured the first card in your head, but I love how it turned out!

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  43. Your collage card looks simply amazing! And I love that ketchup bottle :-)

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  44. Both cards are fabulous, Shellye.

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  45. Great cards, I love your work..

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  46. I adore your cards! Love the stitching around the watch and the paper piecing on the ketchup bottle is super cute!! Thanks for sharing.

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  47. I truly LOVE what you did on the "ketchup" card. The patterned paper on the bottle is fantastic. And on your other card as you said "it will do just fine"...its really nice.
    With Love Judi

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  48. Great work, I love both your projects! I really love the paper piecing on the ketchup stamp!

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  49. I really like the way you put the sentiment on the clock card. Makes it unique. Both cards are great.

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  50. Oh my, both of your cards are absolutely darling!!

    Scrappy hugs,
    Amanda :0)

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  51. Oh, I really love your cards! The first card is amazing, don't know what else you could have done to make it even more spectacular!!

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  52. Lovely card--I like how you stamped the clock on the yellow paper.
    Cute polka dot ketchup card too.

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