Sunday, June 30, 2013

Stamp it Up Blog Hop

This hop has been amazing so far....have you seen all the creativity? Wow and double Wow!

A big thanks to Thearica from Pig Tales and Quilts our head cheerleader, Mdm Samm who comes up with these wonderful blog hops and  our sponsor  Red Rooster.

I decided to go with a sewing theme with a coffee cup for my stamp.  TX in a western style font for my new home state of Texas, rope design around the edge and 7c for 7 cents postage. I chose 7 because our wedding anniversary is 7/7 and we have 7 kids (all grown now). I used jumbo rickrack around the edges for the stamp look. I quilted it with a star shape since the Texas song goes "the stars at night are big and bright, deep in the heart of Texas". Here is my little 8 1/2 inch square stamp:


Thanks for stopping by, please be sure to visit the other creative ladies in the hop today:

July 1
Quilt Matters

Scrapbook-ChickADoodle (you are here)

Patchouli Moon

The Slow Quilter

A Loose Thread

Janes Fabrics and Quilts

Selina Quilts

Debby Kratovil Quilts

Dancing Thru Threads


Sew Many Yarns


I do have a giveaway going until July 7th...see my previous post "A New Traveling Stash".
 
Have a great Canada Day and Independence Day holiday!


 

52 comments:

  1. That is so adorable! great job!
    jan@http://sewandsowfarm.blogspot.com/

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  2. Love your little stamp, very creative! Thank you for sharing.

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  3. Super sweet! I love this one!

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  4. Your stamp is so cute and sweet. I love it. Thanks for sharing your creativity

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  5. A beautiful and detailed stamp!

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  6. Fabulous stamp. Seems like Texas gets featured a lot (including mine today). The giant ric rac is PERFECT. You are so clever to think of that! Thanks for a delightful post today.

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  7. Your stamp is adorable...great job.

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  8. Very nice job. Such a cute stamp.

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  9. Very cute stamp! You did a great job with all those fantastic details!

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  10. There seem to be a lot of Texans in this blog hop and all have put a little Texas in their stamps. I like your rope around the stamp and the rickrack too.

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  11. Love the stamp and you have great talent.

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  12. Cute stamp. Great job. Thank you for sharing.

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  13. very nice. great idea to use jumbo rickrack.

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  14. Your stamp is going to delight Madame Samm! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Love your stamp! so cute. Thanks for sharing. vickise at gmail dot com

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  16. Really cute, love the rope design and the Jumbo Rick Rack.

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  17. Great job, you packed a lot of detail in a tiny space. Isn't it amazing what we bring to this hop to make these OUR OWN stamps.

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  18. Ohhh wow Roxanne..the detail you just rock or is that stitch.. yes you do...stitch and sew and make us smile in a row...

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  19. Beautiful! You've done Texas proud! (And welcome to Texas!)

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  20. I love all the details in your stamp...it's beautiful!

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  21. Oh wow, your embroidery is amazing. So many great Texas elements. Great job!

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  22. How wonderful! I would say you represented yourself well with your stamp. Well done!

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  23. Very cute stamp. I really like the font you used for your lettering and the large rick rack - perfect!

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  24. I love all of the details you used in your stamp. The composition is so nice and I like the rope border.

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  25. This is darling! You've added a lot of details in a small package. Thanks for sharing!

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  26. Great stamp - I love the use of jumbo ric rac for the perforated edges!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  27. Very cute. Love the pile of notions.

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  28. WOW, little lady, hold your horse there, you have 7 grown kids, well I be dog gone and was married on 7/7. I think that the jack pot number. Oh yah, that is a great stamp to represent you new home state of TX.

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  29. Lucky # 7 :) Very nice stamp!

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  30. Very unique and pretty stamp.

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  31. Coffee and quilting-great combo. Love the stamp.

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  32. I love your stamp. You put so much work into it! wonderful!

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  33. Texas! My CA born sibs all ended up living there in the northeast part of the state. I remain in CA. Lots of love went in to that cute little stamp.

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  34. Your stamp is just wonderful. You did a great job. Thanks for sharing.
    cheers
    maggie

    maggiemine42@gmail.com

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  35. Your stamp is lovely with it's sewing/quilting and coffee motif. How is cool is your use of 7; must be a lucky number for you, too. :)

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  36. Very beautiful stamp that shows who you are. A very creative lady who loves her coffee.

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  37. very nice, I do believe 7 is a lucky number for you. thanks for the fun.

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  38. I think I can safely say, you have spoken to the hearts of all who read "Sew We Quilt" blog! Love it!

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  39. CONGRATS! YOU WON!! You are the winner of the Traveling Stash Box. Please contact me at compassionatequilter at rocketmail dot com with your mailing address!

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  40. well you have rounded up a great little stamp. Lots of details to make it yours.
    thanks for sharing
    in stitches

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