Sunday, 12 July 2015

Amazing Birthday - Blog Hop 20

Welcome to Blog Hop #20! Have you started here or hopped from Louise Sharp?  Either way, you are in for a treat if you "hop" around all the blogs this week. Not only will you get an eyeful of talent, but if you comment on all of the blogs, you will go into the draw to win this cute stamp set called Pretty Thankful.  I know I'd be "Pretty Thankful" to own this set! :)



Here is our sketch for this week's challenge


My Card, using Amazing Birthday and Pretty Petals 6x6 paper stack.


I just love the 6x6 paper stacks, they are a great size for a card front and a strip for the inside too.  I, however trimmed 2" off the edge of one of each design and stacked them behind a tag that allows me to clearly see what the "stack" is called and the co-ordinating colours.


Maree McIntosh is next on the list I'm sure she has another gorgeous creation for us!



Don't forget to comment on EACH blog for your chance to win!


O.M.G. !!!

Did you know this is my 99th blog post??!!

Guess I'd Better Make #100 Spectacular!



26 comments:

  1. this card is very creative on so many levels and it looks even better IRL!

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    1. Well thank you miss Natalie, don't forget to comment on ALL blogs in the "hop" to go into the draw for the Cute stamp set, "Pretty Thankful"!

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    2. Pretty petals is my favorite paper stack! Lovely card!

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  2. Beautiful card Marlene, love the colourful happy, happy happy. love your idea of cutting of a bit of the paper stacks, so handy. thanks for sharing

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  3. I had that paper stack out to use for my card.... I HAD lots out to use this week but I could not think which stamp set to use with it, I love the direction you took with Happy and the butterfly cut out. Fun card.

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  4. Fun card and love your idea for the samples of the paper stack. Laurie

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  5. Such a cute card! Love this paper stack, too, and especially the butterfly prints.

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  6. I like the new 6x6 stacks. Thanks for showing me a great way to use this one.

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  7. Love your card! Butterflies are my favourite, and this card is so pretty!

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  8. This is so cute - a really fun little card, Marls. Thanks for the tip for displaying paper stacks, what a clever idea! xx

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  9. GORGEOUS!!! and your DSP tip is brilliant :)

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  10. It is a Happy Card too. You just smile as you see it and read the sentiment. very cute.

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  11. Lovely card. Love the butterflies.

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  12. Such a sweet birthday card, love this DSP

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  13. That is such a sweet fun card!!! Crafty goodness!!!

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  14. Love that new paper stack, and the way your butterfly highlights that color is delightful!

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  15. Nice job particularly like that thin line of watermelon down the white on the blue

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  16. The happy happy happy really makes this card for me fantastic

    Danielle

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  17. Really lovely, the Hostess stamp set with the 'Happy' in is on my wish list.

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  18. Very colorful and would make any recipient happy to receive.

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  19. Who wouldn't love to receive such a bright and cheerful birthday greetings!

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  20. Where's my last post?!
    Hmmm....anyways as I was saying...actually I can't remember so I'll start again. Beautiful and elegant birthday card Marls. I love the paper stack, very clever!
    I really like that DSP...it is bad that I don't have it yet!!

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  21. Love your card and the use of the Happy in different colours and of course the butterflies.Thanks for showing us how you cut your paper stacks up to show - great idea

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  22. Love your card Marlene. The paper stacks are so handy when making cards. I love the DSP. Thanks for your creative hint on the paper stack.

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  23. Thank you everyone for commenting. The winner of Pretty Thankful stamp set was Tina. She has been contacted.

    Teneale Williams

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