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Hello!  Welcome to the Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop featuring the Wood Words stamp set.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

The Stamp Review Crew is an international group of Stampin' Up! Demonstrators who gather for a blog hop the first and third Mondays of the month to review a single stamp set.  The number of participants varies from hop to hop, but the ideas are plentiful as we take a stamp set through its paces.  By the time you've traveled through the hop, you are sure to find a number of innovative ways to use the featured stamp set.  So sit back, relax, and get ready to start pinning ideas to your Pinterest board!

To see the line up of artists for this week's hop, click here.  If you've already joined the hop and are traveling forward, you've arrived from Natalie's blog where you were presented with an amazing project to inspire your creativity.  If you're traveling backwards through the hop, you've seen Tanya's project and are ready to CASE! (Copy And Share Everything)

I have three projects to share with you.

Over the weekend I conducted my Christmas Card classes.  Since I'm still in the Christmas mode, I thought that I'd make a Christmas card using some of the items from the Wood Textures Suite, which includes the Wood Words stamp set.  In addition to the Wood Words stamp set, you'll see the Wood Textures Designer Series Paper and the Copper Trim.  The greeting comes from the Holly Berry Happiness stamp set.

WoodWords_ChristmasWishes

Supplies I used to make this card -- 

Stamps:  Holly Berry Happiness, Wood Words; Inks:  Versamark; Cardstock:  Thick Very Vanilla, Early Espresso, Very Vanilla; Designer Series Paper:  Wood Textures Stack; Embellishments:  Copper Trim; Adhesives:  Fast Fuse, Mini Glue Dots; Tools:  Stampin' Trimmer, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Embossing Buddy, Copper Stampin' Emboss Powder, Heat Tool

Since I was on a holiday theme, I wanted to see what a Valentine's Day card would look like.  In addition to the stamp set and the Wood Textures Designer Series Paper, the hearts were die cut using the heart framelit from the Wood Crate Framelits dies.  The greeting for this card comes from the Labels to Love stamp set.

WoodWords_Love

Supplies I used to make this card -- 

Stamps:  Labels to Love, Wood Words; Inks:  Crumb Cake, Real Red; Cardstock:  Crumb Cake, Real Red, Whisper White; Designer Series Paper:  Wood Textures Stack; Adhesives:  Fast Fuse, Stampin' Dimensionals; Tools:  Stampin' Trimmer, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Everyday Label punch, Big Shot w/Magnetic Platform, Wood Crate Framelits

My final project features the colors from the Delightful Designer Series Paper used for the card front panel.  A Stamp-a-ma-jig was used to line up the roosters on the strip of Wood Textures Designer Series Paper and the tag was die cut using the tag framelit from the Wood Crate Framelits dies.

WoodWords_ThankYou

Supplies I used to make this card -- 

Stamps:  Wood Words; Inks:  Tranquil Tide; Cardstock:  Calypso Coral, Tranquil Tide; Designer Series Paper:  Delightful Daisy, Wood Textures Stack; Embellishments:  Linen Thread, Tranquil Tide Finely Woven ribbon; Adhesives:  Fast Fuse; Tools:  Stampin' Trimmer, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Big Shot w/Magnetic Plate, Wood Crate Framelits

I'll be sharing the how-to's for these projects very soon, so be sure to return to see the liners for the inside sentiment areas for each of these projects and the coordinating decorated envelopes.  

Be sure to visit all the stops on this week's hop to find more ideas for using the images included in the Wood Words stamp set for your projects.  Just click on the NEXT or PREVIOUS buttons below to continue.

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Here's the listing of all the artists on the hop:

  1. Mickey Roberts
  2. Tanya Boser
  3. Holly Krautkremer 
  4. Debra Burgin 
  5. Charlet Mallett
  6. Betty Traciak
  7. Kelly Kent 
  8. Stesha Bloodhart
  9. Linda Callahan
  10. Cindy Elam
  11. Lou Kitzelman
  12. Sue Plote 
  13. Heidi Baks
  14. Natalie Lapakko

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Tanya Boser

You are rockin' the wood tonight Mickey!!

Linda Callahan

The copper stars are fabulous on the wood grain! Your Valentine is sweet as can be! And who knew the roosters would be wonderful with that bold floral print? You did!

Lou Kitzelman

3 fabulous cards Mickey. Love them all on the Wood Textures DSP. So striking!

Debra Burgin

I love the Crumb Cake and red valentine card, Mickey! The floral stamp with the rustic wood background is so appealing!

Holly/Rubberredneck

Fabulous cards I love how you showed soo many different uses for this set :) Christmas card is gorgeous with all the embossing, valentine is so sweet, the rooster who would have looked on a bright floral background! You made me look at this in a hole different light.

Natalie Lapakko

Beautiful projects! I especially like the copper stars, what an elegant touch!

Stesha Bloodhart

Lovely Cards! The copper starts are stunning!

Cindy Elam

Three completely different takes on this set, and I love them all. I'd have to say the copper stars on the woodgrain has a slight edge over the others, though! ;)

Heidi Baks

I love your holiday-themed projects! I am a sucker for a rustic Christmas project.

Charlet

Beautiful! The copper on the wood is such a great combos and really makes a statement.

Betty

I always love to see the wonderful diversity in your projects Mickey! It is like a mini SRC hop in your post alone!!

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