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We are limiting the number of submissions to the Die Cut Divas' challenge blog to 4. The challenges will close at 9:00 p.m. Pacific time. Thank you as always for your wonderful submissions. Arlene and the Die Cut Divas.

Monday, August 5, 2013

On with the show!

Paula is having technical difficulties and I'm sure had the best post set up for you on her computer ready to go, when KAPUT... virus gave it a nasty cold.  Got my fingers crossed!

As you know QKR Stampede and Eureka stamps are sponsoring our blog this month and I've had such fun with the images.  Looking for rubber stamps or digital?  They've got both.  Here's a little more about QKR Stampede.

Bio:
QKR Stampede:

Do you have a sense of humor? Are you looking for a cute stamp? Then, we are the company for you! QKR Stampede is the somewhat cute somewhat quirky rubber and digital stamp company. We showcase the artwork of Ken Herrod, who had a unique, somewhat quirky style with lots of humor and character. You are sure to get a chuckle out of our stamps! We have been offering our unique stamps and supplies to the craft industry for over 15 years. At QKR Stampede our images are available as un-mounted, natural red rubber stamps OR as digital stamps! If QKR Stampede Stamps aren't exactly what you are looking for, don’t miss out on the sister companies: Eureka Stamps, Biblical Impressions Rubber Stamps, or the newest addition; Alluring Impressions.

QKR Stampede offers unmounted rubber stamps, digital stamps, full sheets and supplies. Visit QKR Stampede for those unique, somewhat quirky styles with lots of humor and character.

Paula created a fantastic sketch and I've had fun playing for the past week, so I do have an inspiration card for you today.  (I'm still sending out get well thoughts to her computer).

The SKETCH

Kind of a fun twist on the sketch


Please join us in our challenge this month.  

1 comment:

sheila said...

Hi Arlene, What a fabulous sponser for your blog. Looks so fun! And your card is wonderful. I love the layering of you die cuts.