On the Corner Blog Hop

Hello Friends! Today I’m happy to be joining in with several of my favorite crafty ladies to show off a stamp set by the incredible Miriam Prantner. I’m betting you’ve come from my friend Jocelyn‘s blog… but if not, you can start at the top with Danielle at Neat & Tangled. There will be lots of crafty inspiration and two chances to win one of these On the Corner stamp sets from Neat & Tangled! Don’t forget to leave a comment at each stop to increase your odds of winning!

On the Corner


Here are the two cards I created for this hop! I thought a cool watercolor background could be cool, so i tried out two options:

Super Hero

Super Hero | Joscie Cutchens

You Are Freaking Awesome

You Are Freaking Awesome | Joscie Cutchens
ingredients: On the Corner Stamp Set, Versafine Black Ink, Fiskars Stamp Press, watercolor paper, gouache, water color, wink of stella clear glitter, Neat & Tangled Flat Matte Marshmallow sequins, Teresa Collins Enamel Dots, Dr. Martin’s White Ink, Dr. Martin’s Black Ink, Pointed Pen.

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Joscie, rhymes with bossy :)
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46 thoughts on “On the Corner Blog Hop

  1. Joscie these are so cool! What great techniques, loving the textures on the background and I LOVE your calligraphy on that second card!

  2. Great cards. The first one really reflects the kind of weather we’ve been having – cold and snowy. Love the added embellishments on both cards. this is a fun stamp set. thanks for sharing.

  3. Your cards are amazing! I love the watercolor background you added–the gray–to the 2nd card! So imaginative! This is an awesome set!

  4. oh, i love the watercolor look with this set!!
    the subtleness of the 2nd card is BEAUTIFUL!! i love it! and the first card is totally cool with the hop blues and oranges color combination!! totally trendy!! so want to try the watercolor backgound!

  5. I love this set. I am hoping to win one. I have never seen a set with so much potential. The coloring on both your cards really helps them stand out.

  6. I love the versatility of this stamp set!! Your cards show that! I love what you’ve done! I know I want this set for sure!

  7. I really like the soft watercolor effects on these cards. The light gray background on your second card really pulls the whole piece together. Nice work!

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