Friday, December 7, 2012

Hampton Art and Cheery Lynn Designs


Welcome to Hampton Art & Cheery Lynn Designs Holiday Blog Hop Week! We are so excited to be swapping product with such an awesome company!
This hop has a holiday theme and we’ve chosen some of our best products to be showcased by some fantastic designers to give you a bundle of inspiration all week long. We are celebrating the holidays and I’ve made a set of vintage gift tags for you today!

I used The Cheery Lynn Designs dies: Holly Lace Flourish, Holly Leaves, and Cuties 4.

I used the Hampton Art stamps:  Santa’s List, Nutcracker Sweet 1, Elegant Merry Christmas, Believe in Christmas, and Holiday Dreams and Wishes (See the Catalogue: HERE).

I used Clearsnap Dye Ink: Wicked Black, Golf Course, and Fireberry.



I love the way these dies are so intricate.  This holly flourish die is SO beautiful!


I was really pleased with how clean this Santa stamp came out.  He’s very intricate and I think he looks just wonderful! I did age the tags with distress ink and the Clearsnap dye ink really held up well to all the blending. I think this will be my go-to ink to use with distress ink.  I used the holly leaf die to make the PERFECT poinsettia – I could have made this flower over and over it was so easy!


I hope you visited all the other inspirations post over this last week! If not, take a look at the Hampton Art Blog and the Cheery Lynn Designs Blog!

What’s a hop without a prize!? It’s your lucky day… or week really! both companies will be giving away a prize all you have to do is comment on the blog posts to be entered to win, it’s that easy!  Winners will be drawn at random. Commenting will close at 8am EST on Sunday, December 9th with winners announced on the Hampton Art and Cheery Lynn Designs Blog Monday the 10th



Trust me, you TOTALLY want to win this prize! Thanks so much for stopping by to see my project today! Scroll down to get your comment on! Then head on over to Cherry Lynn to get some holiday dies and head to or even your local Michaels to get your hands on some Hampton Art stamps!

Keep it royal people!