Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Market Street Stamps & Ribbon Carousel Extravaganza!!



For the next two days, the Market Street Stamps and Ribbon Carousel Designers will be showcasing the amazing stamps from Market Street Stamps and the beautiful ribbons from RibbonCarousel.com.  And of course, we're giving away some AMAZING prizes! 
Here are all the Blog Hop details:

What:
 Market Street Stamps and Ribbon Carousel Blog Hop!
When: Tuesday, February 7 through Monday, February 13 11:59pm EST
How:  Start the blog hop at either the Market Street Stamps blog or Ribbon Carousel blog.  Visit each of the designers blogs featured on both days, Tuesday and Wednesday. When you have completed the Blog Hop, leave your name on the Inlinkz on either the Market Street Stamps Blog or the Ribbon Carousel Blog.  You have until NEXT MONDAY, February 13 at 11:59pm EST to complete the entire hop.
3 Prizes for 3 winners:  We’re giving away Two $25 Gift Certificates to the Market Street Stamps store…
And…
a newly released Ribbon Carousel!
We’ll announce the winners on both blogs on Tuesday, February 14! We hope you enjoy the hop! 


Info about Ribbon Carousel:
RibbonCarousel.com carries an large selection of ribbon,twine and accessories. The only problem with ribbon has been storage...until now!More than two years, 3 design changes, 3 raw material changes and 4 manufacturers later.....we present to you, the ultimate in ribbon storage systems, the patent-pending Ribbon Carousels

We call it the Ribbon Carousel© because it lookslike a carousel AND it spins around like a carousel!
The 4 post Ribbon Carousel holds full spools of all different size ribbon, including the large spools from Stampin' Up, May Arts, A Muse, etc.  The 8 post Ribbon Carousel is perfect for up to 16 full spools of the popular Baker's Twine, or 40 of our custom-made Maple Spools.  Our Ribbon CarouselsRibbon Club Kits and various ribbons and accessories are sold to ribbon enthusiasts around the world.  

Join us at the RibbonCarousel.com Blog, our weekly Challenge Blog or on our FB page for inspiration, tutorials, specials, news and fun!

Info about Market Street Stamps:
Market Street Stamps is a mix of whimsy and classic design - offering up a fun, fresh clear stamp line founded in January 2010. We're known for a unique feature which most people recognize right away - our stamps are clear, but peach tinted! Our peach polymer is trade-quality, which means the product we create is made to last through thousands and thousands of impressions on a large printing press - imagine what they can do in your craft arsenal! The images and sentiments in our line are go-to's for cards, journals, layouts, you name it! Our goal is to provide versatile, high quality stamps and beyond that - a supportive, friendly atmosphere where everyone feels comfortable hanging out with their stamping friends, asking questions, and sharing their latest Market Street creations! Be sure to check out Market Street Stamps on Facebook, on our blog, and in our Neighborhood - aka our virtual hangout!

Here are two cards that I made:




And to see what the other great designers have made for you to ogle, please go to the Market Street Stamps blog and the Ribbon Carousel blog, their links are above.

67 comments:

  1. DoBea these are so pretty and the top one is so cool!! You're totally inspiring me to break out my Cameo more often. LOVE that pretty candy cane twine, but shhhh you didn't hear that from me. ;) Beautiful job, girl!

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  2. Both are very pretty! I love all those hearts!

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  3. Love love love bakers' twine! Great card designs!

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  4. Very cool idea on the first card and love the ribbon flower on the second one .. beautiful !!

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  5. love both of these cards. the kraft one is my favorite.love the background paper so creative.thanks for sharing.

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  6. Oh so GORGEOUS!!! LOVE the twine on those!!!

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

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  7. Oh, I really like that card with the sprinkles hearts within the hearts! What an eye-catcher! Great idea!

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  8. such sweet and happy cards! adorable!

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  9. Ummm, yeah...those cards are pretty amazing. I wish I had some kind of cutter so I could lift your heart card. AMAZING!

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  10. how did you make the hearts in that first card? That is really cool!! Love both your cards, DoBea!

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  11. Very cute cards!! I love the flower you made!!

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  12. Love both card but the first on is just amazing. janiceaeschliman.blogspot.com

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  13. That first card is so neat! And the flower on the second is so pretty. Thanks!

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  14. Love the technique in your first card!!! How did you do that? With punches? Love it!!

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  15. Wow! Great cards. Love that card with all the punched hearts. Very neat idea. The flower on the second card is very pretty!

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  16. Fabulous cards...wonderful die cut on the first and gorgeous flower on the second. Both equally beautiful!

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  17. Totally fabulous! I love how intricate your focal points are yet how clean your design is. Beautiful work!

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  18. That first card is my favorite so far! I love the punched out hearts! I struggle with bold patterns and this is such an amazing way to use it! Thanks for sharing!

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  19. The cut out hearts look so cool. I love it.

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  20. Love the little hearts making the larger hearts. Beautiful card.

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  21. I love the hearts within a heart pattern. So creative!

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  22. What awesome cards. So simple and sweet. Love the negative cut on the heart card and love your seam binding. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

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  23. great card! i love the die cut/pattern combo. so inspiring :)

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  24. These are so pretty! Love your use of the twine, and the cut out hearts are awesome. :D

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  25. Love the heart die cuts on the Kraft card and that gorgeous, bright flower!

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  26. Oh wow, both of these cards are very cool! What an awesome idea especially on the first to create a big heart out of little hearts, such a statement :)

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  27. Really different cards. I like the looks of both of them!!

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  28. What a unique card with all those cute tiny hearts... very nice!

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  29. Lovely, the punched one is awesome

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  30. I love both cards theyre both nice and simple!

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  31. I love that card with all the hearts :)

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  32. Love your pretty Valentine's Day cards! Very fun! The punched one is terrific and I love the flower and twine on the second one!
    DeniseB

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  33. Wow! These are both fantastic!!! :)

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  34. Love them both !!! The flower is awesome!!!

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  35. Gorgeous cards! I love that flower and all that twine is awesome!

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  36. Oooooohhh! LOVE those hearts, DoBea! So cool!

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  37. These are both fantastic!!!! LOVE the hearts!!

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  38. Great cards! Love the big heart & hearts!

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  39. Both your cards are fabulous!! I love the heart one...awesome idea! Hugs, Rosie

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  40. I especially love that flower and the die cut hearts...great job!

    - Tifany
    http://inkblotsbytrd.blogspot.com

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  41. Beautiful cards! LOVE the clean design on both and I especially LOVE the cut-out hearts and how they form a larger heart...FABULOUS!

    Naomi
    xoxo

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  42. Great cards - love that heart made of hearts!

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  43. Oh my gosh...I LOVE that first card! Would not have thought to form a larger heart with the small ones...I need to scraplift this idea!

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  44. Both stunning! Love the idea of the first one!

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  45. UM...WOW That first card is simply genius but I expect nothing less lol. ;) Super awesome projects!!!!

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  46. Love both of your awesome cards!!!

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  47. I love the simplicity, they were both elegant and beautiful, TFS

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  48. Two beautiful cards. Love them both.

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  49. Wow--love the cards...especially the first one! Great job!

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  50. these are soooo great. love the twine and hearts.

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  51. Great cards! rlovew1976@yahoo.com

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  52. Ohhhh Myyyy! Love the technique on the first card. They are both gorgeous. Love them. Smooches... Felicia - frankleecrafts [at] gmail [dot] com

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  53. Love the simplicity! Very lovely card creations!

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  54. love this..so sweet and elegant!! perfect cards

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  55. SUPER pretty! LOOOOOOVE that rolled ribbon flower! BEAUTIFULLY done:)

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  56. Fun cards. I really like the heart punch out card.

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  57. Just love the heart card! Thanks for sharing-

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  58. Oh my gosh! These cards are both brilliant! I especially love the heart card. Genius!

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