Category Archives: core’dinations

December Challenge – Linky Party #23

Hello, everyone!  Welcome back to the CropStop Blog for our December Anything Goes Challenge.  We’re SO glad you’re here, and we hope that you have a great time playing along with us this month using some of your favorite CropStop products. … Continue reading

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November Guest Designer, Robin Craddock

Hello again, friends of CropStop.  We hope that by now you’ve all entered our FUN CHALLENGE at least once (if not more) and that you’re having fun making beautiful art using many of the fabulous products carried and sold at … Continue reading

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November Guest Designer, Robin Craddock

Hello, everyone!  Today our November Guest Designer, Robin Craddock, is sharing a sweet birthday card she created using severalwonderful CropStop products.  The focal point of her card is a digital image of Elsa from the movie, Frozen.  She colored Elsa using … Continue reading

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Bee Happy

Hey everyone, Steph Ackerman here working with a fun embossing folder from Darice. To create the background of the card, I ran Ranger Distress Ink in Fossiled Amber across white cardstock.  Then I spritzed over the panel with Dyan Reaveley’s Dylusions in … Continue reading

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Weekly Challenge #26

It’s Lisa and it is my week for the Challenge over at CropStop and so I am pulling together two things I love… cooler temperatures of fall and summertime brights! I know it sounds odd, especially when you consider I … Continue reading

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