Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Stamp School Reveal Day Two

Hey Bloggeritas!  It's time for another sneak peak of the new Stamp School release!  Today I'm using a combo of both "Graduates" and "To The Future" stamp sets.  I told you that the new Pop Tone colors are amazing they make this card soothing and very masculine!  Check it...


 Please stop by my fellow Faculty Member's blogs to view their awesome design work.



Cardstock:
Jellybean Green
Sweet Tooth

Ink:
Jellybean Green
Sour Apple
Black Licorice

Stamps:
To The Future
Graduates

Other:
Jute Twine
Tea Dye

7 comments:

Judy Rozema said...

Hi Rochelle! I love the design of this and how classy and masculine it is!

Jingle said...

This is just fabulous! Great color choices and wonderful design!

Tammie said...

Nice card!

Christa said...

Rochelle, this is so stylish. Very clean and vibrant. Great work!!! Very isnpiring!

Vicki Dutcher said...

This card ROCKS! Love the masculine feel!!

Samantha T. said...

Ooh, love this one!

Helen said...

Hi Rochelle

I'm the Acting Deputy Editor on Papercraft Inspirations magazine, which is Britain's best-selling papercraft and card-making magazine with over 32,000 readers each month, including a growing number overseas.

In each issue of the magazine I put together a two-page gallery of wonderful, inspirational cards that I've spotted on blogs from around the world, and in our May 2012 issue I'd love to feature one of your cards which I've just seen. It's your Hats Off to the Graduate which you posted on 28 Feb and which I think is just fab! Would you like the card to be featured in our magazine?

As well as writing about your card and giving your blog address, we would also put a link to your own blog from our website. Our website is http://papercraftinspirations.themakingspot.com The magazine itself would go on sale in the UK on 11 April and overseas at the end of May.

All I would need from you is confirmation that you'd like your card to be featured, and a high resolution image of the card (min 300dpi, jpg) which is suitable for print quality - this can simply be sent as an attachment to an email. The image would need to be without a watermark as we can't print those in the magazine.

I look forward very much to hearing from you and hope that we'll be able to showcase your wonderful card to inspire our card-makers!

Please reply to helen.self@futurenet.com which is my work email address.

Very best wishes

Helen Self
Acting Deputy Editor
Papercraft Inspirations magazine
helen.self@futurenet.com