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Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Impression Obsession 2016 Fall/Winter Release Hop! DAY 2!

Welcome to the Impression Obsession Fall/Winter Release Blog Hop! 
We have some beautiful new stamps to share and four Gift Certificates to give away! The Blog Hop will be posted on the Impression Obsession Blog at 6am EST each day Monday August 8th through Thursday August 11th. Visit our fabulous IO Design Team’s blogs (only one comment per blog per day please) for a chance to win one of FOUR $25 Impression Obsession Gift Certificates! The more blogs you visit … the better chance you will have to win!!! No need to comment on the Impression Obsession Blog to enter. Comment entries for all of the hop days will be open until 9pm CT on Sunday 14th. ALL WINNERS will be announced Monday August 15th on the Impression Obsession Blog. Good luck! Scroll down for the Blog List links!


I'm sharing another image from Gary Robertson today. It's an image of Bruton Parish Church, which is a Historical Landmark in Williamsburg, Virginia. Never heard of it? You can read about it's history here on Wikipedia. I used Copics to color it and made it in to a fall scene with the colors on the trees. I used the Gingham Cover-a-Card in the background and framed the scene with a die from the Rectangle All in One Frames 2. Finished card is an A2.

47 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card and beautiful coloring! TFS,
    Carole Lovill

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  2. Gary Robertson creates stamp images of the places I would like to catch in a photo. They are amazing and set such a mood! I love what you did here and TFS!!!

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  3. Another beauty! What a wonderful image...and I LOVE the gingham background!

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  4. So pretty and serene! Sort of reminds me of my church of childhood

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  5. What a peaceful, serene mood this stamp evokes.....and your coloring marries that feeling perfectly. Beautiful card!

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  6. Love how you interpreted this image.

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  7. Amazing image and so artfully done. Thanks for sharing your talents with us.

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  8. Oh, my! This is just like a painting! You are so talented. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Love your gorgeous work of art!

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  10. What a great new stamp!!! I'd love to see more historical buildings on rubber stamps.

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  11. Gorgeous. No, I never heard of the church. Thanks for the link.

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  12. Pretty scene! Love the frame die and coloring!

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  13. I love the almost monochromatic look of this beautifully coloured card.

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  14. that is a lovely peaceful card :)

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  15. LOVE the use of historical places for stamps...coloring is very classy. I really like the colors and paper too.

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  16. Beautiful coloring and framing.

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  17. Hi! This stamp with your coloring reminds me of all the historical churches all over Minneapolis! Well done!!

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  18. What a unique stamp!! Luv it!

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  19. Beautiful scene. I love how you colored and framed it.

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  20. Now those are my kind of primitive colors.

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  21. The gingham border sure frames the image nicely. I like to use Gary Robertson's stamps as they make for great cards. Yours is fantastic!

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  22. What a gorgeous card! You are a true artist with your beautiful coloring!

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  23. Really like the stamp and the way you have shown it. Lovely picture from start to finish.

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  24. Lovely card. Beautifully colored, framed and layered.

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  25. Beautiful card! You are extremely talented.

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  26. Beautifully colored and picture perfect, would be cute framed!

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  27. great card! Love the older buildings!

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  28. Wonderful card...such a peaceful scene - Love it!
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

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  29. Beautiful card! This stamp could be used for so many occasions. Love it!

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  30. Great card! You coloring of this is wonderful! :) Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

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  31. Your coloring on this is perfect for this scenic image. Lovely card.

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  32. Beautiful cards celebrating our Virginia heritage. Thanks for sharing

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  33. Wow! This is absolutely gorgeous!

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  34. Wonderful scenic cards! Love the coloring!

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  35. amazing card, so many details to look at!

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  36. Very 'back home' feeling!! Thanks for sharing!

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  37. Love this image and the pretty fall card you created with it !!!

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  38. I love the Fall feel of this card. So homey.

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