Bring Back My Pack – Urban Blog Hop

Welcome to the Bring Back My Pack Blog Hop!

Today you will be hopping with the same talented consultants who bring you the Stamp of the Month blog hop. For this hop we are featuring artwork which showcases the URBAN PAPER promotion. I am sure you will find a wide variety of inspirations on this hop.

If you are just arriving here from DARLYS RECKER’S Blog,or just starting at my blog then you are on the right track ~ Welcome!  The blog hop is a great big circle, so you can start here and work your way around. If you get lost along the way, you can find the complete list of participating  consultants on Melinda’s blog HERE.   For this hop we have about 10 consultants participating and you are going to see some fabulous artwork.

This was one of my favorite boy/guy paper packs and I am so happy to play with it again. Here is a layout I created using the new stamp set and papers.

I used most of the pattern paper and only use cardstock for accents. The cardstock I used was Toffee, Saffron, Vanilla, Sapphire and Pewter. I a couple of the new stickers with this Urban Collection. The gears were cut with my Cricut.

I love the new stamp set that was created with this Urban Collection!! I used second generation Saffron ink with the Sapphire for the tittle. I did use my retired tag thin cuts for the journaling. I stamped it with second generation Saffron and Mink, then added some retired sapphire burlap ribbon.

I thought I would share a three of my projects that I created when Urban first came out in 2015.

Here is another layout using Urban.

Finally here is a card that I created.

Your next stop is along this hop is WENDY KESSLER’S Blog  so hop on over and see what wonderful creation she has for you today.

Happy Crafting!


I needed to design a card for one of my son’s friends birthday party.  The theme of the party was robots and I thought it would be a good time to use my Outta This World stamp set. I really liked the way it turned out that I made one to send to my nephew just to say hello.  Here is how it turned out.

Robot Card ~

For this card I used Silhouette Printable Silver Foil and a gear embossing folder to create the background.  To cut the two large gears I using my Artiste Cricut cartridge. To create the multicolor stamp effect I used  a Q-tip and my pigment ink pads to apply the ink.  The advantage to using the pigment ink pads is they stay wet longer so you have time to apply the color to all areas.

Happy Crafting!


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