Thursday, February 13, 2014

Congrats Lucky Duck!

Hello and welcome to the final day of the Mark's Finest Papers, a Heinrich Company new release blog hop.  Today we are featuring the new mini called Lucky Duck.  Once again for my sample, I chose to go with some scenic stamping as well as stamping my own background.  Since I also wanted to create the saying along the side of the card, plus add the "1", I dug out an old number stamp I've had for 10-15 years before very carefully cutting up the saying so I could place it on the card where I wanted it.  After adding some punched flowers and butterflies along with some popped up rocks, my card was finished.

Thanks for stopping by today.  Have a great day and don't forget to stop by the company blog to finish the second half of this week's blog hop.  You don't want to miss what the design team has come up with for your inspiration.

Stamps: MFP Lucky Duck, Scenic Selections, Marsh Birds
Ink: Memento Black, Stampin Up! Green Galore, Tim Holtz Tumbled Glass, Broken China
Card Stock: MFP
Accessories: Prismacolor Markers, Martha Stewart Punches, Glue Dots, Ice Stickles, Stipple Brushes, Pop Dots


  1. Wow so summery! Love your layout and colours!

  2. Great colors! Love your scenic duck card!

  3. Awwww--this is so sweet! Hope all is well with you! TFS

  4. Hi Bonnie! I procrastinated this week and didn't make all my visits during the blog hop, so I wanted to stop by and see what you've been working on! The colors on your birdcage card is striking!! I love blues and greens together! And your Peacock card using the Medallion stamp was such a great idea!! That set reminded me of the peacock feathers too!

    Your fairy cards are BEAUTIFUL!! That was my favorite set this time around! I LOVE the way you made whole scenes with the stamps and added all the extra dimension!! You did the same thing with the sweet duck card too...I love the way you incorporate other stamp sets. I wish my brain worked that way!! Awesome job this week!

  5. This is really cute. Love the different sentiments with this set.