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IO Summer Release Hop final day





Welcome to the Impression Obsession 2018 Summer Release Hop!
If you've come from Karen's blog, you are in the right place. If not head the the Impression Obsession blog for the start of the hop
I have created THREE cards for you today!  The first one is in celebration of our graduating daughters, nieces, etc..... I used a daisy embossing folder to add texture and the idea of freedom.  I stamped the sentiment Potential D17246 in versamark and then used Copper embossing powder and heat it.  I used some copper paper and die cut the girl grad from the die set called Grads Jumping DIE295-RI actually die cut the image from the center of the copper paper as it was going to be hidden by the white panel.  :)


My second card I created SO fast.  I used my Stampin Up water color wonder crayons, you can use the different crayon/distress/ supplies, and simply swiped the red then blue on my water color panel then used my water color pen and blended them out.  I dried the panel with my heat gun and then used the Flag Girl Silhouette E13688.  I stamped it in the IO Hybrid black ink using my MISTI.  I stamped it several times as watercolor paper likes to absorb ink.



My last card is just a fun card to celebrate Summer!  Summer should ALWAYS be DRAMA FREE!!!!!  SO, I created a fun sunny background using designer paper and sequins, die cut out some fence panels using the Lg. Fence DIE149-U , Cute Sign E7970 and No Drama B7947.


We have some beautiful new stamps to share AND Gift Certificates to give away! The Blog Hop will be posted on the Impression Obsession Blog at 6am EST May1st – May 3rd. Visit our fabulous IO Design Team’s blogs (only one comment per blog per day please) for a chance to win one of FOUR $25 Gift Certificates!
The more blogs you visit … the better chance you will have to win!!!  

Thanks so much for popping in! You need to hop on over to Laura's blog next! Good Luck 

Comment entries will be open on all posts until 9pm CT on Sunday May 6th and all winners will be announced May 7th.

28 comments:

  1. Great, fun cards!! I REALLY LOVE the graduation card!! PERFECT!!

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  2. Great cards. The embossed flower on your top card is perfect. I love the jumping grad. Haven't seen it yet.

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  3. Great job on all the cards. I love how you used the silhouettes.

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  4. Fun cards for sure! Love the awesome sentiment on the first one.

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  5. Wonderful cards. Love all of them.
    Thanks for sharing...

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  6. Your cards are so nicely done! Love the first one best!!

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  7. Love the silhouettes.
    The background on the second card
    is fantastic. Agree with your
    take on summer - hope the weather
    settles down soon. thanks for
    sharing. txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  8. Awesome cards! Love that jumping grad!

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  9. Wonderful cards! Beautiful, fun and elegant.

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  10. Great cards!!! This is a wonderful new IO release!!!

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  11. I especially like your patriotic card. NICE NICE NICE

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  12. You’ve made again a great set of cards !
    [margessw(at)icloud(dot)com]

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  13. Terrific cards - all! I appreciate the tip on saving paper by using the background sheet to cut out that great image = genius! And that die cut is SO joyful; I want to jump up, too. Ha! The second card gave me goose bumps - what a glorious homage to America! I'd love to use that for my 4th of July cards. Finally, the fence card says it all - a message we should all hear once in awhile! Thanks for sharing!

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  14. All 3 cards are stunning. I love the gratulation card.

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  15. Congratulations to the graduates. (and the parents) Love the cards, nicely done.

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  16. I like your creative card designs.

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  17. Darling cards and
    I love the fabulous
    first one! Great design.
    Carla from Utah

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  18. I'm such a sucker for silhouette cards, especially graduation cards, and I really love yours in copper!!! I'm making quite a few graduation cards this year and next as I have a junior and he has several close friends that are seniors this year. I love this sentiment too!!! I currently don't have any girls to make grad cards for though, dangit! Maybe he'll have a girlfriend next year.

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  19. love your sweet cards - the silhouettes make such amazing focal images :)

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  20. elegant, striking and fun cards - each unique!

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  21. your first card was my favorite! look so elegant!!!!

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  22. such wonderful designs. I like the fence with the cute drama sentiment.

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  23. Cute cards. Love the little graduate card.

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  24. My favorite is the grad card - just perfect imagery to go with a perfect quote. Love, love, love!
    And the no drama...lordy do I need that sign around here! :)
    TFS!

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