Paper Crafting Blog Hop
Welcome to the May Paper Crafting Blog Hop featuring Thinking of You themed cards that are suitable for the men in your life. This hop features a group of talented Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators from all over the globe. There are demonstrators from the USA, United Kingdom and Australia participating. We have a wide array of fun projects and design styles to share with you for our theme this month so be sure to stop at each of our blogs. You may have arrived from Krissi's blog. A great project!
Who Doesn't Love Trees?
Here's the list of additional items I used to make my slimline card:
* Blending Brushes * Evening Evergreen Open Weave Ribbon * Basic Gray Classic Stampin' Pad * So Saffron Classic Stampin' Pad * Evening Evergreen Classic Stampin' Pad * Take Your PIck Tool and Take Your Pick Die Brush Tip * Stampin' Cut & Emboss * Adhesive Sheets * Mini Stampin' Dimensionals * Stampin' Dimensionals * Multipurpose Liquid Glue * Paper Trimmer
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Thanks for hopping with us this month! Now click on the "Next Blog" image to zoom to Nancy's blog to see another fabulous project.
Here's the list of hoppers just in case you get off the trail... 🐇
Joy Nelson YOU ARE HERE
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Joy, I love how you used the Stacked Stone stamp to create the look of bark on the trees! Very creative!ReplyDelete
Joy, This is a great card! Love the idea of using softer colors to always have a card on hand for a man or woman! Great job! And love the bark idea with the background stamp!ReplyDelete
I like making gender neutral cards that can be used for anyone. Makes it easy when you need a card from your stash!Delete
Now I am going to be reaching for the Stacked Stone stamp every time I am making cards with trees! Fantastic idea!ReplyDelete
So glad I could give you a new use for the stacked stone stamp!Delete
What a great idea to used the Stacked Stone embossing folder for the trees - I'll have to remember this one! Lovely card!ReplyDelete
Glad I could give you another use for the Stacked Stone stamp. 😃Delete
This card is stunning - for male or female! Love it! TFSReplyDelete
Fabulous card! I love that it's gender neutral - that's hard to pull off. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
It's always a plus when I can pull off a card that works for anyone. Thanks for the compliment.Delete
Beautiful card...or should I say handsome! That bundle is on my wish list!ReplyDelete
I'm glad I got this one. Great dies and many great greeting sentiments.Delete
Nice detail of the snippets of ribbon.ReplyDelete