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Just Call Me Ms. July!!!

What a wonderful bit of news I get to share with you today!!! I have been chosen to be July’s Featured Designer for Bombshell Stamps! I am so excited about this!!! I have wanted to be a part of the Bombshell team for a while, and now I get that opportunity!!!

These stamps are SO cool! I am all about retro stuff. Well, ok, I’m all about a lot of things… but retro/vintage is totally one of them!!!

The ladies that I will be working with are super-duper talented (some of them are even from Smeared and Smudged! Huge “”Hello!” to Kelli and Terra!!!). So, if you want to be inspired, then you will need to check out the creations of the Bombshell girls. Want to get started??? You are in luck! There just so happens to be a Bombshell Blog Hop going on today! Just click HERE to get started!!!

Speaking of getting started, I can’t wait to get going’ with making some fab new things with my Bombshell stamps! I will be running out to my mailbox daily, hoping that they have arrived!

So go on and check out the hop! And make sure you check back with me to see what I create for my new Ms. July position!!!


Alyssa S said…
WooHoo!! Big congrats little lady!! I know you will rock these super fun stamps with your eclectic and super fun style! I was hoping that you had applied b/c I knew you would be picked!
Tonya Klar said…
CONGRATULATIONS!!! I am so excited for you! How very very exciting! I can't wait to see what you make!
margie c said…
Woo hoo!!! {insert whistling cat call here!}
Congrats to you!!! How exciting! I cannot wait to see what you'll be creating! These are so cool! Enjoy :)
hugs, margie
Dani said…
Woot Woot!!! How awesome!!!! Congrats and I look forward to seeing what you create!! :)
Barb said…
Congrats, Alison!
Kathi said…
Congratulations Alison! I'm totally stoked to have you on the team! I know you're going to rock July!
Erica said…
I am so happy for you! Congratulations!
Jennifer said…
Congrats, you deserve it! I can't wait to see what you make.
Cheryl Valadez said…
Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving me a comment today ;D I'm looking forward to working with you as guest DT members over at Bombshell. Inky Hugs! Cheryl
Julie said…
WHOOOOHOOOO! Congratulations, lovey! This is such awesome, and well-deserved, news! I can't wait to see what you create.
Randi said…
CONGRATS Alison!! You will make a knockout Miss July!!! I am looking foward to your amazing and unique Bombshell creations!!
KarmaCraft said…
Hi!! Welcome to Bombshell. I popped in to check out your blog and I'm lovin' your work and your kids' antics! I have a 7 year old son and a 2 and a half year old daughter, so I've been through Phoenix's stage and I have it to come again very soon too. In fact, she's already there. I give answers too. But if there are too many, especially from the boy I start answering Why with "To make you ask more questions!" He laughs... but he doesn't go play in traffic!! :) :)

See you in the forum!! --Sy.
MrsETaylor said…
Congratulations Alison. I'm super excited to be working with you and seeing your fantastic pieces of art!
Leigh Ann Baird said…
Congrats! I can't wait to see what you come up with!
Alex said…
Congratulations! This is FABULOUS!!!!

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