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Hanna Stamps Celebrates their 2nd "Hanna-Versary"



If you're visiting here tonight then you must too be celebrating Hanna Stamps success! My project showcases one of their September releases...and I know, it's for November, but Hanna Stamps anniversary is actually this month...October. Confused?

Well, don't be, because tonight you're in for lots of beautiful projects! As part of the celebration, they organized a blog hop to show off some of the images so many stampers have come to love so much.

Be sure to visit all the other folks participating!

If you're visiting here in order, next up you'll want to go visit Janet, whom I'm sure will dazzle you with her talent!

Comments

Janet said…
super!! love it:)
hugs
Tanja said…
Wow, this page is absolutely stunning!!!!
Angela S. said…
THis is so pretty...
Cindy Haffner said…
Hanna is looking so fine!!
Gina Lindsay said…
This is a fantastic calendar page, I love it.
Virgo5 said…
This is beautiful! I love the grass and the swirly air behind Hanna!
MiamiKel said…
What a beautiful fall card and to add the calender was just ingenious! It's really quite lovely!
Jackie said…
Totally adorable! I love this!
Sparkplug17 said…
Such a darling card!
Jacqueline said…
beautiful!! Love the colors, perfect for fall!
Cathy said…
This is an absolutely fantastic project. Love it!
Mary Giles said…
What an absolutely gorgeous calendar page. I love this idea for a project.
Melodie said…
Hello,
your card is so nice.
Greetings
Melodie
Tracey said…
WOW! This is gorgeous!!
Silli said…
This is very pretty. Love the cute image!
Pam said…
SO beautiful! I may have to look into buying a few of those stamps -looks fun to play with!
Kimberly S said…
Lovely project and great colors for fall! :)
Betty J Schaub said…
love it, love it, love it! neat idea.
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