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Spring Easter Blog Hop



Fable Friends Easter and Spring Card Ideas

The original debut of Fable Friends was 2019 Occassions catalog which then carried over into the 2019 annual catalog. I’m guessing they might make the cut again this year. Not only is Fable Friends a great set for Easter, they would make anyone’s day special for a birthday, hello and baby shower. 

I hope you enjoy the hop today and I wish you much crafting during this crazy time. Be safe!

 

 

I wanted to zoom in a bit to show the bit of Wink of Stella to the shirt and ears.

 

Don’t forget to comment using #stampitcontest like Darlene Coin did for your chance to win this awesome bundle.


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Sale-a-Bration Blog Hop


There were so many items that I have enjoyed from this first release of Sale-a-bration. I hope you are enjoying them too. I like the fact these particular items available work together creating a “set”.
1) The Lily Pad Dies 2) Lovely Lily Pad stamp set and 3) Lily Impressions DSP (Designer Series Paper). We had so much fun making these calendars in class and you can too. You can use any of Stampin’ Up’s coordinating cardstock colors with the Lily Impressions DSP. Bermuda Bay, Blackberry Bliss, Coastal Cabana, Crushed Curry, Flirty Flamingo, Garden Green, Gorgeous Grape, Granny Apple Green, Grapefruit Grove, Highland Heather, Lovely Lipstick, Melon Mambo, Mint Macaron, Pool Party, Pretty Peacock, So Saffron

For this calendar we are using Blackberry Bliss cardstock cut 4 1/4″ X 11″. You will the score at 4 1/4“, 8 1/2“, 9 1/2” and 10 1/2” for the base. You will then us another Blackberry Bliss Cardstock 4 1/4″ X 5 1/2″. For the box to hold your sticky notes. Create your box by scoring 5 1/2″ side at 2 1/2″ and 3″. Then score 4 1/4″ side at 1/2″ and 3 3/4″. I did not have the dies while making this project. It was a lesson learned and I made sure my next order is $100 qualifying minimum to ensure I could order the dies.

 The three lily Pad products you want to get are are all Sale-A-Bration choices. Available at $100 for the Lily Pad dies and $50 for the Lovely Lily Pad stamp set and Lily Impressions DSP.

I hope you’ve enjoyed your stop today. Have a crafty day. Don’t forget to leave a comment using #stampitcontest to be entered in this month’s drawing like Lois Heiland did. Congratulations Lois!!

 

 

 

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Stamp It Valentine’s Day Blog Hop

 

Hi! Thanks for stopping by – I hope you are enjoying our Valentines Day Blog Hop. I am excited I could use multiple bundles to create my Valentines Day card. I hope you have a special friend or family member that you are able to Shower with Love. I stamped the closed umbrella and boots from the Under my Umbrella stamp set on to the lovely foil paper offered in the From My Heart Specialty DSP. To assist with smear prevention, you will want to use the StazOn ink on foil paper. Though I had to fussy cut the boots, I was able to use the Umbrella Builder Punch. (Another item used YAY!!) I used flirty flamingo card stock to highlight the top and bottom of the boots and top of the umbrella.

Congratulations to Last Month’s Stamp It Blog Hop Winner…

Don’t forget to comment using #stampitcontest for your chance to win

 

 

 

 

I hope you enjoyed your visit today, continue the Blog Hop tour with your next stop – Gigi

 

1. Tami White   
2. Luly Gonzalez   
3. Christina Miller   
4. Pam Nichols   
5. Tina Wardell   
6. Rachael Rife   
7. Shannon Lorenz-Hatch   
8. Dawn’s INKlings   
9. Gigi Melone   
10. Karen Page   
11. Kim Quade   
12. Linda Cullen   
13. Lori Mueller   
14. Margaret Wiley   
15. Lori McBride   

 

 

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**Also used was the So Sweetly dies from the So Sentimental Bundle # 153828

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Stamp It New Years Blog Hop

WHERE has 2019 gone??? The last half of 2019 hasn’t been kind to my family, so I’m ready to toast in the New Year!! In order to toast in the New Year, you need a beverage right? So what better than a bottle tag to go on that bottle of champagne or wine you may be gifting to a friend, neighbor, coworker or maybe you are just stepping up your New Year’s decorating a notch.


‘Last it not least, you need that coordinating card iusing Pretty Peacock card stock for your base.to tie it together.

 

 

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Halloween / Fall Theme Stamp It Blog Hop


 

Hello Everyone!

I hope you are doing well this Saturday morning. I cannot wait until our temperature drops about 20 degrees. The first day of fall is in two days and we are still experiencing summer like temperatures. All the while thinking of those near and far experiencing flooding.

So I hadn’t yet decide what my project was going to be this month when we were talking about the upcoming Applejack festival happening this weekend. Ding ding ding!!! Harvest Hellos. It Brings together pumpkins, apples and fall. How perfect is that? 

 My first card is using a basic Whisper White card stock base. The second layer is Crumb Cake embossed using the Woodland embossing folder. Finishing up with a few sprigs of scraps to add a little pop of color. The sentiment stamped in Crumb Cake layered on Pretty Peacock.

 

My husband would not forgive me if I forgot the caramel apples. 🍏 🍎  Card base in Basic Grey, simple second layer in Whisper White. Apples are in Real Red and Granny Green.

 

 

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Stamp It Fall Blog Hop

Stamp It Fall Blog Hop

 

Welcome to today’s blog hop and thank-you for joining me. This month I chose to create a 12×12 page using items from the new holiday catalog. Customers can begin to order from the holiday catalog September 4th, 2019. I am sure you will find many things to love as I have.

When creating a 12 x 12 page you can display in a frame at home or the office as done in today’s project. Then at the end of the fall season, you have a scrapbook page you can tuck away in the family album.

I sponged the shimmery white Card-stock with several colors representing fall and used the gathered leaves dies to cut leaves. Just look at the detail the leaf dies emboss with!

 

I used the large leaf die to create 3 “frames’ in which you can add photos of children, pets, this year’s carved pumpkins or maybe a quote.  Finishing off with a family quote from the Praise Worthy Prose cling set.

Don’t forget to comment using #stampitcontest to be entered to win this fabulous Looking Up Card Kit.

 

 

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I hope you have enjoyed today’s project which serves as a reminder that paper crafting and rubber stamps are not only for card making. Please continue your blog hop journey with the links provided below. Let me know if you have any questions or would like more information on my classes.

 

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