Hampton Art and Cheery Lynn Design Blog Hop


A big hello and welcome to the Hampton Art and Cherry Lynn Designs Blog Hop Week! We are so excited to be swapping product with such an awesome company!

This hop has a holiday theme and we’ve chosen some of our best products to be showcased by some of our fantastic designers to give you a bundle of inspiration all week long.

We do hope you will take some time to visit our blogs each day and leave a little comment love. If you see a sneak peek of a project be sure to follow the link to the full reveal.


For my project, I used French Party Doily (DL102) as the background of the card. The cardstock was distressed and machine stitch throughout as border and I added the die cut, layered with other embellishments.

Linda Abadie Happy Holidays Card

and for the title, I used Hampton Art Danielle Johnson Warehouse Art Clear Stamps set (SC0274 Holiday Dreams & Wishes), fussy cut and added on top of a tag.


For my second project, using the same die cut and stamp sets, I created a more girly card with glitters and swirls. with hydrangea flowers to top the sweetness.

Linda Abadie Mail Early

On this next detailed photo, you can see how detail the French party doily from Cheery Lynn Design. This is just absolutely cute!


What’s a hop without a prize!? It’s your lucky day… or week really! both companies will be giving away a prize all you have to do is comment on the blog posts to be entered to win, it’s that easy! Winners will be drawn at random. Commenting will close at 8am EST on Sunday, December 9th with winners announced on the Hampton Art and Cherry Lynn Designs Blog Monday the 10th!


 Please check out Cheery Lynn Design today to see some of the stunning projects and remember to check back on Hampton Art Designer’s each day to see some other creative projects and inspirations.

Sunday – Dana Warren http://www.kraftpaperstamps.blogspot.com/

Monday – Vivian Keh http://contadinak.wordpress.com/

Tuesday – Gloria Stengel http://www.gloriascraps.blogspot.com/

Wednesday – Linda Abadie http://www.lindaabadie.com/

Thursday – Gini Williams Cagle http://www.ginicagle.blogspot.com/

Friday – Britt Bass http://pinkpapercrowns.blogspot.com/

Saturday – Adora Concepcion http://adoraconcepcion.blogspot.com/


Happy Hopping!

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  1. linda, you have inspired me to get out my die’s and create layered cards, thats for showcasing the die so well.
    ava g

  2. Sue D says:

    Very pretty projects. Love the doily and the flowers.

  3. Darlene Satkewich says:

    Gorgeous projects…really love the doily!

  4. Miriam Prantner says:

    These are beautiful! I love the mix of patterned papers, and that doily on the first card is gorgeous!

  5. beautiful cards!!! I love that you stepped away from the traditional colors!
    Don’t you just love that doily die!

  6. Cyndee says:

    Interesting vintage take on a Chistmas card. The doily die is one of my faves because it’s so pretty and so versatile too.

  7. Beneta says:

    Love the cards. The mini easels are cute. Thanks

  8. Dorina D says:

    These are wonderful and I love the doily. Your rose is exquisite and the stitching is a great added detail. Great job.

  9. your cards are beautiful!!!

  10. So very pretty!

  11. Michel E says:

    Both cards are great.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

  12. Kim H says:

    love the layering and distressing, wonderful textures were created. thank you for sharing.

  13. Great job showing the versatility of the stamps and the dies!

  14. Amy#8546(TheTigersHaven) says:

    Beautiful…I love that rose. All your details are wonderful

  15. TheresaV says:

    Really like the color combo.

  16. Carol B says:

    Simply beautiful!

    Carol B

  17. Wow…your card is awesome!!! Love the layering!

  18. Holly E says:

    Beautiful cards, they are bright and cheery!

  19. How original can a card be… in NON-tradional colours, really inventive…!! Awesome colours thanks for dharing and the bloghop !!
    Greetz Antoinette

  20. K Vencel says:

    Wonderful way to combine the dies & patterned paper. Makes an adorable flower!

  21. You have showcased the doily die so beautifully

  22. Teresa says:

    very pretty love all the color!

  23. Wow! Your unique colour choices for these Christmas cards really make them SHINE! So fun and bright!

  24. Great work with the doily die!

  25. beautiful work!

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