The Tonโ€™s 3rd Anniversary Release Blog Hop 1/22

I’m so excited to be joining The Ton and their design team to celebrate their 3rd Anniversary!  You should have arrived here from The Ton!

Giveaway information Effie is giving away a stamp set of choice to a lucky commenter. To qualify, you must leave a comment on each blog stop for the respective giveaway day for which you are entering. The comment period for all giveaways closes on January 28, 5pm EST

In case you missed it, the hop runs for a week starting Friday, January 19th:

Jan 21st

I have two cards to share with you today so let’s get started!  The first one features:

City Buildings Cling Background
Seriously Amazing Sentiments

I was definitely encouraging my inner Tim Holtz on this one.  I tend to be a clean and crisp designer but knew that I wanted the City Buildings to be more grungy teamed up with the ultra awesome Seriously Amazing Sentiments.  Both have been stamped with Distress Oxide Black Soot.  I used a sheet of paper from the Pinkfresh Studio Boys Fort collection, which was already distressed looking.  I’m going to squirrel this one away for my boy who heads back to NYC this week.

Next up is a card that features the Kind, Fierce and Brave Mini set:

I teamed up the sentiment with The Ton’s Flamingo Print cling background.  I love how this one turned out.  I’ve been pretty smitten with the pale pink + hot pink color combo.  The sentiment has been heat embossed in gold on a vellum heart.

That’s it for me, I can’t wait to see how Mayline Jung was inspired…she’s your next blog!

In case you get lost along the way, here’s today’s hop listing:

January 22
Amy Tsuruta ๐Ÿ’—

Thanks so much for stoppin’ by!

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60 thoughts on “The Tonโ€™s 3rd Anniversary Release Blog Hop 1/22”

  1. Wow, the cityscape card is sooooo beautiful! Love the distressed look on this one. Pure perfection! I love those pink flamingos also!

  2. Both of your cards are amazing. I love the vellum sentiment heart over the flamingo background… so pretty. And you aced the grunge look on your first card. Creating such diverse looks certainly signifies channeling your inner talents! TFS.

  3. Way to change it up… the building stamp looks so good grunged up and distressed. Awesome masculine card, Amy.

  4. The City Buildings stamp is really awesome! I love
    how big it is. And your card using it is 'amazing'. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Those flamingos are my fave, tho, being a Florida girl.
    We love our Flamingos. ๐Ÿ™‚ Sweet card!

  5. Those flamingos are awesome! I really like your cards, completely different color schemes that show off your versatility!

  6. LOVE that city background! So cool and love that you grunged it up… and of course those flamingos with that awesome sentiment..

  7. I love the details of that city background and the great grungy look you gave it! Fantastic sentiment on that second card, and so fun with the flamingos!

  8. Oooh! I hadn't notices the 'yea, I'm talking to you' sentiment before… Love it paired with your sweet card! I also love the smoggy look of your city!!

  9. Two very different looks on these cards, but you are rockin' both of them! Love the grunge look, but also love the pretty pink flamingoes. Great job!

  10. Love the cityscape.
    It has a vintage feel to it.
    The heart and flamingos is
    a fun card.
    thanks for sharing.

  11. I've seen so many of the florals, I really appreciate seeing some of the other stamps in action. That buildings one is really cool. Thanks so much for sharing!

  12. WOW, these two are awesome cards, Amy. Great city-scape background, but my Florida lovin' heart really 'needs' that Flamingo stamp ๐Ÿ˜‰

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