Colorado Craft Company & Anita Jeram Summer Garden Release

Hello Anita Jeram Friends and Fans, and happy release day! We are celebrating the Summer Garden Release with a fun blog hop.

I could not help myself, and immediately colored this sweet large Summer Garden stamp with Copic markers. I first stamped the outline image with Memento Tuxedo ink, heat set, and then colored.

Then I colored the background in BG000, and die cut with The Greetery Postal Frames Die. Next I layered over a white panel, and adhered to a Neenah Desert Storm card base.

I finished the card by stamping the sentiment, die cut a fishtail flag, and added the trim and twine. Finally I added clear drops.


You can enter to win as many times as you wish. Entries will end on March 19th at midnight mountain time. Winners will be announced March 21st on the Colorado Craft Company Blog.

Giveaway 1: 3C will be giving away a complete bundle of this release to one chosen winner that has placed an order using a designer’s affiliate link for this release.

Giveaway 2: Hop along and leave a comment on each of the designer’s blogs. Each designer will have one winner of a stamp of choice from this release.

Giveaway 3:
Three lucky winners will be chosen on Instagram! To enter, visit the 3C Instagram post at: for details.

So many chances to win! 3C will randomly draw winners, and announce on the 3C blog.


Adrienne Kennedy (CCC)

Amy Tsuruta

Amy Young

Bibi Cameron

Cathy Zielske

Daniel West

Donna Hitz – Previous blog

Erin Thompson — You are here —

Jenn Gross – Next stop

Jennifer Kotas

Jessica Frost-Ballas

Kassi Hulet

Kelly Griglione

Kelly Taylor

Michelle Lupton

Nancy Sheads

Sandi MacIver

Sandy Allnock

Koren Wiskman 🐰 Posting on March 19th 🐰


Adam Karle

Jasleen K.

Joe Sysavath

Laura Inguz

Mansi Bhatia

Traci Jenkins

I decided to create this adorable tag book to celebrate free shipping days!
I paired the sweet stamps and sentiments with Pixi Dust Designs Tag A and Tag Accessories.
The Greetery and Altenew tags as well!
Catherine Pooler Designs Mr. Rabbit’s Garden patterned paper is so sweet with these stamps!

Thanks so much for hopping along and leaving kind comments for each of the designers. Let me know what your favorite stamp set is from the Summer Garden release. Love and artsy hugs!


A note about supplies: Affiliate links used in this post at no cost to you. Did you know that when you shop by clicking my store links I receive a small tip from the stores? I do, and to pay it forward I donate all proceeds to important charities. Recently I donated to earthquake relief in Turkey through Samaritan’s Purse and to my favorite gentle giants at The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for supporting the important work of these charities!

38 thoughts on “Colorado Craft Company & Anita Jeram Summer Garden Release

  1. What a great release. I NEED, okay I want all of these. They’re so cute. I know bunnies, too.

    Off topic….I wished I had known about the Nashville retreat. I don’t have social media so I miss out sometimes.

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    1. Awe! Thank you! Normally I would be happy to, but my mom called and requested it first thing. LOL! She wants it for her gardening friend who is in the hospital.💕


  2. Oooohhh by far my favorite for now. I love that everything is just stamped all together like this. Good idea to color the background and this card just pops out with all the beautiful colors. Just adorable
    Love from The Netherlands
    Marjolein verleg

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  3. Your coloring is beautiful. The multiple tags are so fun. I would enjoy just going through those everyday to get a good laugh. So cute!

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