Stamp of Approval: Winterhaven Blog Hop

Winterhaven Stamp of Approval

Welcome to the Winterhaven Stamp of Approval blog hop – Day Two! Doesn’t Winterhaven sound like a place you want to be?!! You’ve probably just arrived from Lisa Harrolle’s blog. I’ll be honest – she’s one of my muses. I get SO inspired looking at her work!

The Winterhaven Stamp of Approval collection goes on sale Tuesday, October 10th at 9 AM to the waitlist, then if any are left – to the public at 6 PM. The last two never made it to the public, so be sure you’re on the waitlist.

If you want to ensure that you get yourself a collection and of the two add-on dies (those are limited), you may want to check out StampNation. StampNation members (I’ve been a member for 5 years) will get the chance to buy the night before in the Live Pajama Release Party! Those are crazy fun!

If you missed everything that is in the collection – be sure to check out the past week’s blog posts over at Catherine’s blog or YouTube channel. She shows all the products and add-ons and projects made with each.

Winterhaven Stamp of Approval Collection

Here’s what you’ll get…

  • Here We Come A-Caroling Stamp Set
  • ‘Tis the Season Stamp Set
  • Good Stuff Stamp Set
  • Ornamental Background Stamp
  • Good Stuff Dies
  • Joy Wreath Dies
  • Winterhaven Village Dies
  • Project Packed PDF

Today you’ll see me focus on two stamp sets from the Winterhaven Stamp of Approval Collection – ‘Tis the Season and Here We Come A-Caroling. You’ll see an add on die set (‘Tis the Season), Good Stuff Dies and even the Ornamental Background Stamp used in a supporting role as well. Be sure to stop by on Release day for more projects with the remaining pieces in the Winterhaven collection as well!

Watercolored Poinsettias

I literally can not put down the ‘Tis the Season stamp set and add-on dies! This project showcases three of my favorite images from this fun, quirky Christmas floral and foliage set illustrated by Lisa Kirkbride. To get the stamped mulit color watercolor look, I utilized my MISTI and stamped my Poinsettias first in It’s a Girl and then just splotched in Rockin’ Red.

To get the watercolor look – first ink up your image, then lightly mist it – wet enough that it’ll look like watercolor without being too wet that it blurs and loses detail. I spritz quickly twice with my Distress Sprayer.

The holly leaves are in Mint to Be and the Mistletoe is first stamped in It’s a Boy then Mint to Be. The splatter is Icing on the Cake – and the perfect finishing touch along with light gold embossing on the edges.

You’ll see in the next project how the greeting is long – here I stamped each word individually so they were grouped for interest. Metallic Gold Sparkle Embossing Glitter is the perfect compliment to the watercolor. It looks like sparkly gold leaf – it’s just gorgeous!!!

Since it’s a watercolor, and the star of the show, I wanted it to look like a framed piece of artwork – so the 5.5 x 4.25 watercolor got a full frame of .5″ Chocolate behind it.

Neutral Christmas

Next up is a fun take on neutrals. I masked a center, stamped several foliage images from the ‘Tis the Season stamp set in Icing on the cake, and Embossed a few berry images in Metallic Gold Sparkle Embossing Glitter for a frame.

A straightforward embossed Merry Christmas in the same Metallic Gold Sparkle Embossing Glitter, and a little color detailing and Voila! That’s it. It’s a simple, quick and elegant card – perfect as a masculine holiday card, right? And quite versatile – image this card with any kind of image!!

Snow and Mistletoe

The detail on this card is my favorite. It’s hard to capture in a photograph, so I hope I did it justice! For some reason, I was drawn to incorporating strong deep neutrals into my designs this year. Catherine’s new Smoke cardstock is perfect for holiday cards – I look at it like a version of silver.

First – you’ll want to stamp the awesome Ornamental background stamp on white in versamark, then emboss in Bright Opaque White by WOW.

I like to cut out my die cut images first in white and then stamp. The Poinsettia was just screaming to be in Rockin’ Red for that pop! I kept the foliage in embossed Gilded Gold, and embossed the Poinsettia middle and greeting as well.

Layer your pieces – emboss a little strip on a scrap (I use those 1/2 inch scraps you get when trimming down cardstock), adhere them all down and that’s it. You can easily mass produce this one.

The white embossed ornaments in the background really add something to this card. Some Metallic green sequins were the perfect embellishment as red and green are complimentary colors.

Be sure to stop by on Release day. I have a different version of this card that I think you’ll just love!

Joy to the World

Like our last project – this one too has some subtle embossing that makes this card. The Good Stuff dies that coordinate with the Good Stuff stamp set were the perfect shape for my little windows to the Carolers.

To make it a bit easier, create your colorful background on a long strip of watercolor paper and then cut out your shapes. I used the inner layering die from the Good Stuff Dies. That’s a rockin’ shape, right?!!

Ink blend the colors you wish to showcase – I wanted greens for behind my tree – so I used Aquatini, Grass Skirt, Lime Rickey and finished with Melon Ice. It was a cool combination! The next panel has Tiara overlapping with Party Dress. I love the center color those two create – so I left it to just the two. The third panel starts with Fiesta Blue, then Something Borrowed, finishing with Flirty Fuchsia.

Before stamping your carolers, make sure you’ve fully dried your inks! Next stamp the desired images from the Here we come a-caroling stamp set….I LOVE that stamp set designed by Shawna Clingerman. The images give you SO many options! (come back release day for a watercolor with more from that set!)

To offer some interest in the background – stamp the music notes in the background on the black twice at the bottom in Black Glint embossing powder by WOW. On the card base around the perimeter, emboss several images from ‘Tis the Season in Bright Opaque White by WOW. This offers a rich background for these bright windows without taking away from the card.

Winterhaven Stamp of Approval Prizes

So I hope that has inspired you a bit! I sketched out 50 projects as ideas – this Winterhaven Stamp of Approval collection works SO well together, I know you’ll have endless fun with it. But don’t stop there – keep hopping to see more! Next up is the crazy talented Chrissie Tobas. Be sure to leave a comment along the way too. You’ll be entered to win a box!

Winterhaven Stamp of Approval Collection

  1. Catherine Pooler
  2. Jen Carter
  3. Amy Kolling
  4. Ilina Crouse
  5. Lisa Harrolle   
  6. Ingrid Blackburn  – You’re here!
  7. Chrissie Tobas   Go here next 
  8. Kimberly Wiener

Thanks for joining me today! See you in a few days!

Supplies

To make finding the supplies I used in these projects a bit easier for you, here are a few clickable links. Compensated Affiliate Links are used when possible. Click here for disclosure. Happy Shopping!


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Comments

  1. Ingrid, your cards are so beautiful and festive. I love each design and technique. Thank you for the inspirations!

  2. I have enjoyed myself immensely, Ingrid. I love grey and your card sends my heart fluttering. It will be Christmas when the SoA Winterhaven collection arrives! Thank you lovely lady!

  3. foleysfriend says:

    Love your wonderful cards; especially love the Joy to the World with its awesome ink blending.

  4. Katherine says:

    I love your cards!

  5. Denise Mlady says:

    All the cards are beautiful but I especially love the neutral.

  6. Denise Mlady says:

    They are all great but I especially love the neutral.

  7. Lois John says:

    Love the neutral Christmas card!!

  8. Carol Hardie says:

    Ingrid ……. REALLY? Good grief, so gorgeous!! Love all the embossing.

  9. Carol Hardie says:

    Ingrid ….. REALLY? Good Grief, so gorgeous!! Love all the embossing.

  10. Mary Nelson says:

    Amazing cards!! So creative and fun, love them!!

  11. Dee Earnshaw says:

    OMG your cards are breath taking – def my favorite so far:)

  12. Connie Hinkle says:

    As always, beautiful cards!!!

  13. I love your talents. The combination of colors chosen are awesome and I love how they turned out.

  14. All cards are packed full on inspiration! I really like the brown background.

  15. Card #2 is so gorgeous with all the gold embossing! Very pretty!

  16. Love that brown card! So beautiful

  17. Erika DeJesus says:

    Ingrid – I absolutely love making non-traditional colored cards and that Neutral card is beautiful! But that Joy to the World card is – Oh! My! Goodness! – Stunning! WOW!

  18. Stunning cards! Love what you did with the poinsettia stamp – my favorite of the collection.

  19. Oh my, so many wonderful ideas for using this collection.
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  20. I absolutely love these samples especially the watercolour card

  21. Such pretty samples thanks for sharing

  22. So pretty living all these samples thanks for sharing

  23. Teresa McKiearnan says:

    Beautiful Cardstock? Especially love the craft one. Gorgeous!

  24. Beautiful variety of cards!

  25. Deborah L Cieply says:

    I was floored when I seen your second card. Thinking there is no way it could get any better then you pulled out the use of the tags. Oh my goodness. That has to be one of the most beautiful sites on earth. Thank you so much.

  26. Truly gorgeous cards!! My fave is the gold embossed Merry Christmas card! Sooo elegant!

  27. Michelle King says:

    I love saturated color, so as beautiful as they all are, my heart swoons over the Joy to the World card.

  28. Teresa Cherka says:

    Lovely cards, thanks for the inspiration.

  29. Gay Ferland says:

    Ooooooh, I would love to win this box!! Love your Christmas cards!

  30. Cati harris says:

    I Would of never thought to do a Christmas card in neutrals or rainbows! Love them! Beautiful creations! Great job!

  31. Karen Sturdivant says:

    Your cards are always a work of art and so inspiring. Thank you.

  32. Wow, what fantastic inspiration, these are all amazing.

  33. Judy Parker says:

    Stunning cards love the techniques thanks for sharing and God Bless

  34. Sharon Nesvog says:

    WOW!! Ingrid these cards are gorgeous!! So CAS, but so classy!! Love them!!

  35. Sharon Ditzler says:

    I love all the gold embossing. Anything that sparkles and shines is a winner for me. Very pretty cards.

  36. Roberta Eldridge aka Roberta's Artistic Adventures says:

    Gorgeous cards and each one unique and LOVELY!

  37. Chrystyna says:

    All your cards are awesome!!! My favorite ones are the two middle ones. Neutral Christmas is so elegant and I am just itching to try my hand at making it. Second favorite is the snow and mistletoe card. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us.

  38. TammyBeichner says:

    Amazing cards thanks for sharing

  39. Elizabeth Knehans says:

    So many stunning creations! Thank for sharing.

  40. Diane Kannawin says:

    Very pretty cards!

  41. Charlene F. says:

    Very creative! Thanks for sharing them with us!

  42. Sue Smith says:

    Oh My Gosh !! I can’t wait to try my hand at stamping/water coloring like your poinsettia card. Maybe I could water color after all !!?? 😉 Such beautiful cards and so beautifully designed. Really hard to decide which I like best !! You are very talented.

  43. Love your beautiful cards!

  44. Thanks for sharing your wonderful, beautiful, awe-inspiring, creative cards. Need I say more. Definitely a thumbs up.

  45. Stupendous work, Ingrid! Just when I think you can’t top yourself, you come up with these 🙂 Love, love, love the watercolor look and the gold embossing, and the…well, you get the picture!

  46. Your cards are outrageous and ooooh so wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

  47. These are gorgeous, Ingrid! ♥

  48. Stefanie White says:

    So Sophisticated and Beautiful!

  49. Love your cards.

  50. Linda Steinbaugh says:

    Ingrid,
    You’ve shown us some really creative cards!

  51. Priscilla Steele says:

    Neutral Christmas card is an absolute favorite… I totally (yes, I’m for California lol) agree with you about this being a masculine card. It’s my favorite time of year to give men (my brothers) a little sparkle.

  52. I always enjoy seeing your interpretations Ingrid. You seem to take all designs up several notches into the “exceptional” catergory. This SOA looks to be another GREAT!

  53. Ingrid you nailed those cards My fav is the neutral and gold- delish

  54. The background stamp is my new favorite, and the music notes!!!!! Great cards as always!!!!

  55. Oh my Ingrid is there no end to your creativity?? These cards are beautiful but I must say I am partial to the neutral one!

  56. Oh my gosh!! Your cards area all so beautiful and so different from each other. You really stretched those stamps girl! You MUST send that second card to me this Christmas!! Gorgeous!!

  57. Your cards are absolutely GORGEOUS! THe third one blew me away – it’s amazing!! This box is probably Catherine’s and the teams best one yet!!

  58. Brandy Duncan says:

    Love all of your designs. The watercolored poinsettias are fabulous. The neutral card has so much class. I’m loving the bright colors with the caroling family. I can’t wait to get my hands on this collection.

  59. Nana Griffin says:

    These are all very lovely.

  60. I think your Merry Christmas gold card and your Snow and Mistletoe card will make great choices to mass produce and send to clients if you are someone that has a business or employees. These 2 cards would be lovely and customize the inside with your own message.

  61. Elaine Johnson says:

    Love the poinsettia. I think it’s the best use of that stamp yet. The winner is your “tryptich”
    . Quite creative. Good job.

  62. Love the scrolling card!

  63. Gorgeous cards as always Ingrid!
    I just love the gold and kraft.

  64. Your cards are beautiful.

  65. Oh, Ingrid! These are GORGEOUS!!!!

  66. Amy McCue says:

    Gorgeous! I love how you used the gold embossing on several of your cards. The water color poinsettia is beautiful.

  67. Oh my, all those cards awe beautiful. Each so different yet amazing.

  68. Nancy-Anne Rockwell says:

    The watercolour card looks like a painting. Beautiful! They’re all gorgeous!

  69. Robin Lindgren says:

    love the watercolor!

  70. Jodi Wayman says:

    These are all so amazing! The watercolor is just so beautiful & that rainbow is Awesome!

  71. Sheryl Blaser says:

    All your cards are lovely… your snow on mistletoe card is dramatic and elegant. You do make beautiful cards…thanks for listing the products you have used..

  72. Lots of great inspiration in this post, thanks so much! I was especially struck by the neutral card because it looks so elegant!

  73. Kitty Tatman says:

    Ok, that gold sparkle on the kraft cardstock is gorgeous! I’m loving the tone on tone vibe. With that being said, your color blending on the last card is phenomenal. You go girl.

  74. Susan aka Hockey PJ says:

    Ingrid- Your cards are SO wonderful- and creative!! I love that they are all so very very different… from each other- and from everyone else’s cards so far! Once again you floor me with that fabulous ink blending in your Joy to the world card … and your “play” on neutrals is amazing! Thanks for sharing- I can’t wait to play with this SOA!

  75. Kim Botello says:

    Ingrid, I was so looking forward to your cards, I follow you on YouTube, and I love your work. As usual your card are gorgeous and fun, love them. I can wait to get my box.

  76. Sophia Blair says:

    I love the neutral Christmas card, i create packs of cards for various family and friends and several of them prefer simple cards and bulk lots of them. All of your cards are beautiful!

  77. All your cards are beautiful. The poinsettias are so traditional and then the neutral is very creative. But that rainbow colored carolers are absolutely fabulous! This SOA box is outrageous!

  78. Ingrid,

    I like you water colored Pointsettia’s. They are lovely. But I have to say the Carollers card is my favorite. I love e the bright colors.

  79. Leanne in Cali says:

    So much fun and so many ways to use these awesome products! Can’t wait to get them. Thanks for sharing on this great blog hop!!

  80. Beautiful cards! I love the soft and pretty watercolored poinsettias, the gold on Kraft and the poinsettia with black and smoke card stock are so elegant, and the multicolored ink blended panels are stunning.

  81. Melody Moore says:

    Lovely cards! I really like how you added a little sparkle at the corners.

  82. Wow Ingrid, your cards are stunning and inspiring. Thanks for sharing.

  83. Love the pink poinsettias. Just lovely.

  84. Beautiful cards Ingrid! Love your neutral with the foliage and sentiment! Gorgeous! TFS!

  85. Nancy-Anne Rockwell says:

    These cards are just lovely. What can I say hhhmmm nothing? Except that I’m probably going to copy you!!

  86. I’m loving all of your gold embossing…but I especially love the last card with the rainbow inked background! I’m a sucker for non-traditional Christmas cards!

  87. Those inks are just so vibrant … gorgeous group of card designs.

  88. WOW amazing cards!!

  89. Jina Winston says:

    Beautiful cards, love the embossing.

  90. cool! love that last one especially!
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  91. Sherri Littleton says:

    I liked them all

  92. Sherri Littleton says:

    I liked the water color card

  93. Trina Chaska says:

    Your cards are all gorgeous. I really like the poinsettia card.

  94. The effects you got with water is beautiful! Very festive designs.

  95. These are all lovely cards

  96. Karen Sanchez says:

    All of your cards are great. I love the look of the gold and brown card. Wow just beautiful and elegant!

  97. Awesome cards. Especially love the neutral one.

  98. Such awesome cards! Don’t think I could pick a favor – oh maybe the Carolers! But they’re all so great! The watercolor poinsettia is also great! Thank you so much for sharing your creativity and talent! I love these blog hops to see each person see the stamps in a different context!

  99. Pam Wells says:

    The merry Christmas and joy to the world are my favorites so far!

  100. Denise D. says:

    All of the cards are gorgeous but the neutral Christmas card is totally WOW.

  101. Wow !!! Absolutely gorgeous !!

  102. Theresa T says:

    Ingrid, you rocked it! Stunning cards. Each card is so different but so beautiful.

  103. Beth swisher says:

    Oh my. Such great cards continue. This blog hop is so inspiring. Ingrid you are awesome!

  104. Sabrina Radican says:

    WOW!!! I thought the first card was fabulous, then I saw the second one and was WOW and then when the Joy to the World card came up I had to pick my jaw up off the ground!!

  105. TheCraftyLawyer says:

    Omg! I ADORE the neutral xmas! Crafting inspiration for sure!

  106. Cindy Daversa says:

    I cannot even pick a favorite because all of your cards are so creatively amazing!!!!

  107. Sarah Greber says:

    You were busy! Awesome how much variety there is here!

  108. Your use of gold on the first three cards is perfect, and the background stamp with the poinsettia is beautiful.

  109. Glenda Lee Nutting says:

    Joy to the World is fantastic. I love the colors!

  110. Jayna Goins says:

    Love, love, love the craft card stock and gold and brown colors. Beautiful!

  111. I love your kraft and gold card!! I never would have thought of that. This may be THIS year’s card!!! Gotta get this SOA!!!

  112. I am blown away by these cards. I love the window panels and the color shading! The smoke cardstock with gold embossing is exquisite!! I couldn’t have imagined putting together some of these color combinations!!

  113. Colleen Pepper says:

    I love all of them! The gold embossing is lovely. But that unexpected rainbow Christmas card is so fun!

  114. Wow Ingrid, you have outdone yourself, these are fabulous cards.

  115. Dee-Ann Gniewek says:

    Beautiful projects! Can’t wait!

  116. Elizabeth G says:

    Wow what incredible projects you have shown.

  117. Oh my! These are all amazing cards. Love the neutral one…so pretty!

  118. ink blending so cool

  119. susan r wareham says:

    Not sure were my comment went so Ill comment again Great inspiration Love the gold on kraft

  120. susan r wareham says:

    All so great but the gold on kraft that ones stunning.

  121. Love your cards. So inspirational!

  122. Such beautiful cards. The neutrals card is so elegant and I love the water color poinsettias. Thank you for sharing.

  123. Colleen Balija says:

    Ingrid your cards are always so unique and well done. I really like the neutral holiday card!

  124. Sharon Field says:

    Oh my gosh! I could not pick which card is my favorite because they are all so well done. Thanks for sharing your talent with us.

  125. Tara Powell says:

    The rainbow card is beautiful! Can’t wait to try this.

  126. Oh my goodness! The water colored poinsettias are so gorgeous! Your cards gave me some wonderful ideas for the holidays. Thanks!

  127. Marjorie DUMONTIER says:

    Wow !! All your cards are so gorgeous but the last one has my heart !!

  128. Karen Roberts says:

    Love, love the Neutral card. I will have to do one of those.

  129. Jill Stewart says:

    Wow, your cards are amazing! I cannot wait to get this collection. So many ideas.

  130. The neutral card is gorgeous but the ink blended panels on the last card really caught my eye.

  131. Barbara Brennan says:

    Gotta love the glamour of gold and it’s glitziness! Beautiful design using color other than red for the poinsettia. There are so many beautiful color of that plant!

  132. That Merry Christmas card is fab-u-lous!

  133. Michele Strickland says:

    Very Beautiful cards

  134. Christy Borfitz says:

    Amazing cards, Ingrid! I especially love the backgrounds you created for the carolers! Fantastic!

  135. Beautiful, beautiful inspiration!

  136. Donna Neal says:

    Ingrid, you made some very classy cards – thanks for your time and for sharing your creativity and how to’s. Looking forward to CASing your designs when that wonderful SOA box comes to my door! 🙂

  137. Marjorie King says:

    Thank you so much for sharing really like your cards.

  138. Michelle Allison says:

    You managed to combine two of my favorite things – Christmas and rainbows!

  139. Kathy Doyle says:

    Awesome cards! The poinsettia card is gorgeous, and by the time i got to the bottom card I was blown away! Great designs, love the background on your cards too!

  140. You always do the best work Ingrid. So lovely.

    Thank you for sharing

  141. Thanks Ingrid for your cards. I have always liked your creativity. Happy selling of the SOA boxes. I’m ready for for Monday night!

  142. Loving the watercolor effect that you got on your first card, and your third card is so fun, but the neutral card in the middle- all I can say is WOW!! Just WOW!!

  143. Ingrid, Love the first card. It has a real tropical feel to it which I like as I live in FL. The last card has a very masculine feel which would be nice to send to a male friend.

  144. Nancy Elrick says:

    I love the look of the neutral card! Great idea!

  145. Marise Nyberg says:

    So classy! And the colourful one is fab, I’ve picked out the recipients of this already!

  146. Great cards. Especially the neutral one.

  147. Marilyn in Michigan says:

    Wow! Fabulous cards! Absolutely love the neutral one.

  148. Sherry Lee says:

    Ingrid – loved your cards. That subtle white background is gorgeous, and your ink blending tag shapes… so beautiful! Can’t wait to try all of this when the collection comes!!! Thank you for all of the inspiration!

  149. I can’t pick a favourite – each is beautiful and unique!

  150. Arianna Barbara says:

    Wow! Awesome Xmas cards!!! Love them!!!

  151. Love the watercolored poinsettias, just gorgeous! Thanks!

  152. Denise Bryant says:

    Beautiful cards! Love the poinsettias!

  153. Hey! Love these cards. My favorite is the Merry Christmas card in brown and gold. Very elegant!

  154. OOF! I’m becoming overwhelmed with all the ideas you DT members have come up with for this set. Hard to pick a favorite from your creations, Ingrid. But the watercolour one (so soft but in keeping with the traditonal colours and gold glitter) and the rainbow silhouette–eye-catching!!! stand out.
    Thanks so much for sharing–can’t wait to see your other ideas.
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  155. Watercolors & masking stunning 🌺

  156. Very creative card designs! I love the colorful three panel card and am drawn to the simple elegance of the neutral card.
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  157. Mary Holshouser says:

    The kraft with the gold is gorgeous.
    Love the little panels with the carolers.
    Great cards.
    thanks for sharing.

  158. A gorgeous selection of cards! So much creativity and inspiration. The Neutral Card is just stunning!

  159. Darcy Shelstad says:

    Love the use of colors in your collection. I like the watercolor poinsettia look

  160. Mary Laffin says:

    OMG – I want this collection now!

    Love all your cards. My favorite is the last one. using the dies with the carolers is perfect. And the watercolor look for the pointsettas is awesome

  161. Jo Ann Lovell says:

    These are all my favorite. You are so talented. Thank you for sharing!

  162. CONNIE BROOKS says:

    You are an amazing artist. Your creativity shows in the beautiful cards you made. Will you come sit beside me at my home and just teach me….or better yet, I’ll come to the clubhouse and play. You really showed how versatile this SOA collection is. A must have this season.

  163. Avra Williams says:

    Beautiful cards, Ingrid!

  164. Loving this SOA collection and all of the amazing cards created.

  165. Vicki Smith says:

    The neutral card with gold embossing is stunning! Enjoy watching you at the Clubhouse and seeing your creations. You are a sweetheart. Today is my birthday and I would be so excited to win this SOA collection. God bless you.

  166. Brown with gold glitter…how stunning! Love the backgrounds with the carolers…especially the dog! Thanks for the ideas!

  167. Wow! I can’t pick a favorite…so I’ll pick two! Love the browns and gold…how elegant! The carolers stamp is so cute…especially the dog! Love the shaded backgrounds. Gorgeous as usual! Thanks for the ideas…

  168. All of the cards are so beautiful! Can’t wait to get this one!

  169. Wow! I can’t pick a favorite…so I’ll pick two! Love the browns and gold…how elegant! The carolers stamp is so cute…especially the dog! Love the shaded backgrounds. Gorgeous as usual!

  170. Bonnie Sanche says:

    I will be CASE-ing your neutrals and gold “Happy Holidays” card. It is absolutely fabulous and inspiring!

  171. OH MY! Your cards a simply fabulous. I love all the versatility of the stamps.

  172. Bonnie Sanche says:

    I will be CASE-ing your neutrals and gold Merry Christmas card. Absolutely beautiful!

  173. Wow! I am loving the neutral with gold color combo. It makes it look so elegant!

  174. Barbara Woodard says:

    Your cards are just beautiful!!!!

  175. So very pretty!!

  176. Rhonda Price says:

    Ingrid! These are great!

  177. Wowser… four truly fabulous cards Ingrid! You have out done yourself with that poinsettia – you rocked it girl! Amazing creations!

  178. Tasha Dawson says:

    Sooo sooo soooo amazing!

  179. Linda Gorman says:

    Your cards are amazing!!!! Especially the neutral Christmas and the Joy to the World!!!

  180. ANN GREENE says:

    Ingrid, I truly like how your mind works. It works in mysterious ways, so vastly different. From pale beautiful watercolors to saturation of colors. I love all of your cards.

  181. Lisa Miller says:

    I absolutely love the colors on the Joy to the world card. Also love the poinsettia stamp- great job on the water color on that one!

  182. Barbara S says:

    OMG – I don’t know which one I like the best. The watercolor poinsettia just blew me away – I am definitely going to case that. But the Neutral card is probably at the top of my list. The embossing really set it off.

  183. OMG…ALL of your cards are SOOO pretty! Cannot wait to get my hands on this box!! Thanks for so much great inspiration…lovely, lovely cards Ingrid!! :0)

  184. Beautiful cards Ingrid. I like them all, but I especially like what you did with the browns. Very inspiring, as always!

  185. Given that I’m usually drawn to bright colors, I’m surprised to hear myself say that your Neutral Christmas card really caught my eye! I have a funny feeling some of my own Christmas cards may have a similar layout. Thank you for the inspiration!

  186. Ann Cifaldi says:

    I love the caroling stamps! Love you work.

  187. All of your cards are so clever and beautiful! Can’t wait to get my SOA collection.

  188. Sharon Perehudoff says:

    Your incredible creations are Gorgeous! Amazing job well-done love all your beautiful cards thanks a million for sharing, now can’t wait until I can get my SOA box awesome collections.

  189. Joanne Guarino says:

    Your cards are amazing, Ingrid! I love them all. Love how you did the last one.

  190. I was excited to see you on the blog hop and you did not disappoint! Your neutrals card is especially beautiful. This is an awesome collection!

  191. Lacey Willetts says:

    Wonderful cards! I just love the variety of cards that people can make with just one SOA box. Thank you for sharing your cards.

  192. All your cards are incredible. I absolutely can’t pick a favorite – I love them all!

  193. Elise Smith says:

    Beautiful cards! I love that gold sparkle embossing powder!

  194. Your creations are beautiful!

  195. Ruth Ann Smith says:

    They are all amazing!!! How clever to use the neutral paper and the gold embossing. Beautiful.

  196. Theresa Robinson says:

    Beautiful cards Ingrid – love the water color technique and the neutrals were so pretty but the windows with the carolers was awesome!

  197. Amazing set of cards…you really showcased the stamps so well with allyour variety of designs. Love them all. thank you!
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  198. Amanda Bodine says:

    Lovely projects, I’m inspired looking at all of your ideas!

  199. Gorgeous cards Ingrid! I love them all, but my favorite is the one on the craft paper! Just beautiful!

  200. Donna Hawkins says:

    Love the cards!! I must say the neutral card is my favorite because it just looks so elegant!! But love all of your cards!!

  201. Each card is lovely and each has different elements,making them unique. Always enjoy seeing what you do!

  202. Jean Mervine says:

    Beautiful cards! Each one is unique even though they contain similar elements. Really love the neutral card.

  203. You always do such beautiful cards. The Neutral Christmas card caught my attention. I like how simple it was to put together.

  204. Alicia Lutman says:

    always excited to see your wonderful creations! So much inspiration!

  205. So many beautiful cards! Love that subtle white embossed ornamental background Stamp!

  206. Nancy Kamrowski says:

    These are so nice! The sponging is awesome!

  207. Beautiful work as always!

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