Waffle Flower Special Delivery Release Blog Hop

Hello crafty friends!
Welcome to the Waffle Flower Special Delivery Release Blog Hop. I’m so happy to be a part of this amazing blog hop! If you arrived here from super talented Channin Pelletier’s blog you are on the right track.

Today’s blog hop is really special for me! I’m a South Korean-born Australian and Waffle Flower released Korea-themed product called “Annyeonghaseyo” – it means “Hello” in Korean. The sentiments are written in Korean and even there are English together, so it’s much better for people who don’t know Korean to understand the meaning! Nina is genius!!

(Image sources from Google)
“Taegeukgi”, the national flag of Korea, beautiful “Hanbok”, Korean traditional clothes and “Taekwondo”, a martial art representing Korea!

And here is my card with gorgeous Annyeonghaseyo set. I stamped images using black dye ink, coloured them with Copic markers, and then die cut them with the matching dies.

I stamped the word “안녕하세요 (Hello)” on the centre of the card.

For my second card, I chose the word “감사합니다 (Thank you)” in the Annyeonghaseyo set. I stamped & Copic coloured flowers in the Poppy Hawthorn set and stamped the sentiment on the top right corner of the card.

Waffle Flower is giving away $25 gift certificate to THREE lucky winners. You can leave a comment on this blog and along the hop by 11:59pm EDT on Sunday December 5th, 2021 for your chances to win. Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on any of the posts in this blog hop and will be announced on the Waffle Flower Blog on 12/8/2021. There are more giveaways to enter on Instagram including 1 winner to receive the entire release! Follow us at @waffleflowercrafts so you don’t miss out!

From now till Thursday December 2nd, 2021, all orders placed at Waffle Flower Store will receive a mysterious gift (No code required!). And for those of you who are new to Waffle Flower, they have a Last Chance section on their website that lists many goodies for 25% off until they are gone! This would be a great place to start your collection!

Waffle Flower Blog
Cathy Zielske
JJ Bolton
Laura Bassen
Galina Filippenko
Amy Rysavy
Rachel Arribas
Rebecca Keppel
Arjita Singh
Nichol Spohr
Channin Pelletier
Yoonsun Hur (Me!!)
Jeanne Jachna
Vicky Papaioannou

Be sure to see what other ladies are sharing today. I’m sure you really love them all!

Thank you so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!

Keep smiling and be blessed! God bless you all!
Love Love Love RejoicingCrafts


35 thoughts on “Waffle Flower Special Delivery Release Blog Hop

  1. The people are so cute. I might have to get this stamp set since my grandkiddos are part Korean. They might like to use the stamps with me. We LOVE to craft together! I love how you made these so colorful.

  2. Hi, Yoonsun – What a treat to see so much culture in a cardmaking post! I love it and thank you for sharing!!! Your cards are BEAUTIFUL!!
    Lori S in PA

  3. I think I know how you feel – I’m Chinese Australian and I was so happy when Ni Hao came out! Love both your cards, especially the first one!

  4. How gorgeous, Yoonsun! And how lovely that it’s related to your culture. I am Mexican-American from San Antonio, Texas, but my family originated in Mexico. Today, my mother and I stopped by a store that sells Mexican Christmas ornaments. I was so excited! Seeing a Mexican themed Christmas tree was so exciting and special so I totally get it. Enjoy!

  5. Your coloring on the flowers is so pretty and the addition of the pearls makes a gorgeous card. I am also excited about the Korean stamp set as my grandson is stationed there right now.

  6. I am not Korean (we do have a huge Korean population where we live) but I was equally happy when I saw this set. I am so glad WF is adding more diverse stamps to their collection! I hope other companies take notice and diversify our craft. AMazing cards.

  7. You are the champion of blending. I love both the background colors and those of the characters on the “hello” card. Your poppies are stunning! Thank you for sharing with us.

  8. Your cards are fantastic- I love the design and ink blending on the first one! I visited South Korea and Japan a few years ago and I would love to use these stamp sets in my scrapbook!

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