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January 26, 2011

Take A Bow: Hampton Art & Graphic 45 Cards by Gloria Stengel

Hello You Amazing Crafters!

A very happy Wednesday to you! Well, CHA is upon us and that's all the more reason to show you some fantastic crafts that you can make using our new paper collections! Today we're featuring the brilliant work of Gloria Stengel. You will be awe-struck when you catch a glimpse of these beautiful cards for all occasions. These cards feature our elegant new Curtain Call collection and our new Cling Stamp collaboration with Hampton Art. They are loaded with vibrant colors and outstanding textures. Have a look at these stunning works of art! It goes to show you what beautiful paper and a big imagination can do!



Cardstock – Bazzill, Stampin’ Up
Designer paper - Graphic45 Curtain Call (Curtain Call, Top Billing, Borders)
Stamps - Hampton Art (Curtain Call 1)
Ink – Memento (Tuxedo Black), Ranger Distress (Old Paper, Vintage Photo), Close to My Heart (Tropical Blue)
Pearl brad – SEI (Granny’s Kitchen)
Tulle – fabric store
Glitter frame and brads – unknown
Flowers – Graphic45
Tag die – Sizzix Tim Holtz Alterations
Dies – Spellbinders Nestabilities (Lacy Squares)
Tools – Creative Memories (Corner Rounder)
Adhesive – Scotch 3M (ATG), Glue Dots, Tombow (Mono Metal)



Cardstock – Bazzill, Stampin’ Up
Designer paper - Graphic45 Curtain Call (Applause, All That Jazz, Let’s Dance, Tags)
Stamps - Hampton Art (Curtain Call 3)
Ink – Memento (Tuxedo Black), Ranger Distress (Old Paper, Vintage Photo), Staz-On (Jet Black)
Dies – Spellbinders Nestabilities (Lacy Circles, Smooth Circles), Sizzix Tim Holtz Alterations (Paper Rosette)
Glitter – Ranger Stickles (Silver)
Flowers – Graphic45
Tools – Imaginisce (i-top)
Canvas – Claudine Hellmuth Studio
Adhesive – Scotch 3M (ATG), Glue Dots

Don't forget to leave a comment on Monday's blog for your chance to win this week's blog prize! This week we want you to tell us your favorite thing about visiting a craft blog. Share your thoughts and you could win! Many thanks to Gloria Stengel for her always fabulous work and inspiration. We're keeping the craft love in full effect all this week so be sure to check back with us tomorrow for more amazing ideas!

Happy Days,

Team Graphic 45


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I am so loving the new Curtain Call collection and I can't wait to get it all!

Gorgeous. Thanx for sharing.

I just love the neat rosette flower and the way you layered it!! LOVE THAT PAPER AS WELL!! =) Can't wait to play with some!! =)


Wonderful! Wonderful - Gloria! Gorgeous!

Elaine Allen

Fantastic creations! TFS!

The card is amazing! I enjoy visiting this blog for inspiration! TFS!

Beautiful, nice work!

Both of these cards are gorgeous! Love the design and the colors!

wow love the blue tulle! great job.

The cards are beautiful and I love the paper collection. Hope you are having fun at CHA.
I love reading blogs because people kind of just let everything go. They show you the beautiful amazing projects they have made, some of them even will give you the directions. I actually found a blog today, where the lady just told about everything she did all day, even if it was just doing laundry. I guess blogs kind of give you an escape, and they most definitely give you a place to show off your work. It's always fun to get comments too, to know what people think about your work. Blogs are like an open diary that everyone can read.


These are amazing! I love that blue and black combination and that netting - sweet!

Oh my goodness, I can't wait to get my hands on that paper.

Beautiful cards!

Wow, these cards are gorgeous. You do have a big imagination to put these together. I wish I could do that. It takes me forever to come up with something. Beautiful job

Wow, I love that last card especially! Wish I had this paper pack...making a card for my dad who loves the orchestra!

WOW! This is really great! Really fantastic artwork. I think the creator of those cards is genius. Honestly I love the two cards. Thanks for sharing it!

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