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Kindred Stamps March Release Blog Hop featuring the super cool Treasure Hunter Stamps Set

I am so excited to help introduce this wonderful stamp set, Treasure Hunter by Kindred Stamps.  This little guy is larger than life with a whip to keep that cobra away and fun sentiments to create a fun card for someone who loves an adventure.
The first card I created with this stamp set is a fun non-traditional card I created using one
4 1/4" x 5 1/2" piece of white card stock.  I partially die cut a circle out of the top half and then folded the remaining part of the card to create an easel to help it stand.  I die cut a smaller circle and stamped my little Treasure Hunter on it.  I colored him and his backdrop using an assortment of Copic markers. 

To create a background, I took the cobra stamp and stamped it repeatedly on the background with a light gray ink and then stamped the Live Dangerously in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink.  I popped up my adventurer in the middle of the half circle with some foam tape, to complete my card.
Check my blog tomorrow for a video and more information on how I created this card :)

Now, you get to go visit my friends on the Kindred Stamps March Release Blog Hop!  We have 7 stunning sets for you to enjoy this month and believe me, several are on MY wish list.  I can't wait to hear which you love and must have.  Make sure you leave a comment on each blog to be entered into the drawing for a $10 Kindred Stamps store credit!  When you leave a comment, please also include your email address so as to find you easier,  you can do so in a email (at) address dot com format if you prefer!  The winner will be messaged and announced in our Facebook Fan Club!

Good luck, and ENJOY!
            Joanne and Penny :)

And here is the HOP!
Kindred Stamps
Perky Penny Papers  ----------- You Are Here
Mad Crafter's Tea Party
Milene Tiberius
R Winn Creates 
Clown Mom Creations
Scrappy Boy
Dagg Designs Blog
The Frolicking Fairy
Fanciful Spaces


  1. Cute cards. This set is on my list.

  2. Love the snake as the backround. That was a great idea!

    1. Thank you :) I love these kind of backgrounds.

  3. Awesome sauce... very cute love the ideas

  4. Super cute! Love the non traditional card shape!

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    1. Thank you :) It's my favorite too.

  6. This is a fabulous stamp
    set and your card is
    Carla from Utah

  7. Love the snake as a background! Such a cute set!

  8. Great cards! I love your backgrounds!

    1. Thank you :) I am editing a video of the Pyramid card. Watch for it on my YouTube channel very soon.

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  10. Very cute. I like the shape and the stamped snake background.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

  11. Awesome cards. Thank you for sharing your talent with us.

    1. Thank you :) You make me blush :)

  12. The pyramid one is so vibrant, love it.

  13. I think both cards are so cute. The first one is a fun, unique shape.


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