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Yumi & Fumi Handmade Crafts Blog Hop!


Welcome to the Yumi & Fumi Handmade Crafts Blog Hop!

If you've stopped here from Rachel's blog then you are on the right track.  If not head on over to the Yumi & Fumi Handmade Crafts blog to start at the beginning.  You will find all the information there including prizes up for grabs, and the blog hop list.  The hop starts today and will run until Sunday, July 15th at Noon PST.  That means you have 4 days to hop, comment, and look around.   There will be hidden prizes so be sure to comment on each blog to be in the running.
Now let me introduce you to Yumi Peace Sign! 
This stamp measures 3.25" HT x 2.43" W but the best part is that she is scroll cut and indexed for easy stamping.  That means no cutting and you can see where you stamp.  
 
Isn't Yumi Peace Sign a cutie?  I love her pose!  I see it quite often here in Hawaii.  So I created a little beach/tourist scene for her and captured her pose in a photo like frame.  I masked some clouds directly behind Yumi Peace Sign and carried the beach theme over to the whole card as well.  The waves were created with MFT dies.  The tags and sentiments are all from PTI.

Thank you for stopping by and don't forget to become a follower and leave a comment.  Next on the hop is Kim!

Comments

Allison said…
Very cute! Peace out!
Kathy Dinh said…
Such a cute card and stamp! Can't wait to ink some to life on my own! TFS!
Trina said…
This is seriously cute! Love the beach scene in the background!
Cheryl said…
Cute polaroid/scene! Lovely coloring!
Mimi said…
Super cute Eva! Love the fun layout! and those adorable tags! Fabulous coloring!! ;D
Leanne said…
hehehe, this one just makes me smile real big! :) you really captured this beach scene perfectly. love all the bright colors and the cool frame. diggin' the tags too. awesome job eva!
Denice said…
So adorable, Yumi in yellow is dreamy! Not sure I stopped by earlier to say congrats on your new DT gig for this fun new line of rubber.
:Dxx
hapagirlren said…
i'm a hoppin' right behind ya Leanne! :) and i agree with her, your card just makes me crack up. I just think of my cousins when they visited Hawaii :) The card is bright and sunny. LOVIN' IT!
Jenny said…
This image is so cute! Reminds me of tourists from Japan! Your coloring is awesome!
Blankina said…
Eva...I am hopping at the Y&F hop and I am so happy to see these cute stamps...Great card did you make...

have a great crafty weekend,
Blankina
Jenny Wong said…
Cute card! The colors make it seem so "summer"y
Shar said…
Great Job on the Card!! Say Cheese!!!!
Awesome Coloring!!
Aloha,
Shar
Rachel Parys said…
Yay! This is so darn cute! It's so fun to have all of this up and running now! Super job!
Kim Y. said…
So sweet!!!! Your card makes me smile!
Cami said…
Cute and sweet! Your coloring is beautiful!
Lou Mac said…
EVA!! This is GORGEOUS! Love the little scene you've created with the patterned papers and those little tags and banners with your sentiment is fantabulous design work!!

Thank you so much for sharing. xo
Alyce said…
Aww she is so cute!! Love her pose too and the colouring is perfect. Those tags are great! Where are they from? What is PTI?? hehehe
Lorraine said…
Oh that image is so sweet and love your coloring of her, Eva!
Thanh Vo said…
Eva, Eva, Eva!!! Stop being so awesome :P First was TGF and now Yumi and Fumi! You go girl! Love your background scene that you've created for your project.
Linda said…
Hi Eva! LOVE your card! So much detail in it!

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