Monday, August 9, 2010

STAMP of the WEEK for Repeat Impressions

Ok, this is my favorite -- I know I say that all the time, but really -- this is --- because of the memories I have surrounding Portland Headlight Lighthouse.  First of all, I love Maine and second I love Maine lighthouses.  This is one of the neatest ones!  George Washington commissioned this light house!  It has several buildings besides the light tower.  It's in Cape Elizabeth which is a beautiful area.  If you are ever near Cape Elizabeth, this is a must stop.

Here is my card:
Now remember that when you visit The House That Stamps Built, this stamp is available exclusively to our blog readers at 50% OFF from August 9 – August 15, 2010 only. (Limited to 1 per person please.) If you would like to purchase this stamp please click on this Portlandhead Light Stamp link and scroll down the page a bit. To receive your special discount please be sure to reference the code found on The House That Stamps Built blog in  the Special Instructions section of the online order form. PLEASE NOTE: The discount WILL NOT appear when you place your order. Once your order is ready to be shipped Wendy WILL apply the discount and process your credit card at that time. She will also send you a follow-up email to let you know your final adjusted total.

Here are the other Rock Stars that have made cards

Darcie Bruno
Harriet Skelly
Robin Kirkpatrick

Makiko Jones
Dana Joy
Lynette Neus
Joy Hadden - you are here

Have a happy stamping day!


Whimsey said...

Fabulous card; I love the background and your coloring is phenomenal!!!

Makiko Jones said...

Joy, this is so pretty! Fantasitc detail and design! I love the background too!

Harriet Skelly said...

Joy your coloring here is outstanding - what a gorgeous card!

Ayana Posadas said...

Gorgeous card, Joy!
That shade of blue looks so brilliant and I love the rope and knot detail. Great work, as always! :)

Dana said...

Fabulous card Joy.

Robin Kirkpatrick said...

I'm with you - I love this stamp! Great job coloring it and I love that we both used twine and sailor's knots with it!


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