Sunday, November 4, 2012





DAY # 2


Hi and welcome to this Awesome Blogaversary blog hop for Ashley!! Welcome back for day #2. If you are coming from Cicily then you are in the right place. 
In this hop we had to make a card. It had to have one of the following themes incorporated in the project. 
Clean & Simple
Kraft Cardstock
Faux Stitching
Paper Piecings
Shape

Ok for day #2 I made a Christmas Card. I used my stamping up circle punch and punced out circles in pretty Christmas paper that I had in my stash ( I dont know what line it is). I lined them up around the card to represent a wreath. I made a flower for the top of the wreath with my flower punch from Mcgill. I cut out the word JOY with my cricut and put across the bottom. I did faux stitching around each circle. Simple easy card to give to someone this Christmas. 



I will have some blog candy to give away. It will be a surprise what you will receive. Think of it as an early Christmas gift from me to you. Please make sure that when you comment that you leave me a way of getting in touch with you. 
 I hope you are enjoying the hop  
Your next stop is Diana   

Here is the lineup just in case.









Hi and welcome to this Awesome Blogaversary blog hop for Ashley!! This will be a two day hop so be sure to come back tomorrow for more WONDERFUL creations. If you are coming from Cicily then you are in the right place. 
In this hop we had to make a card. It had to have one of the following themes incorporated in the project. 
Clean & Simple
Kraft Cardstock
Faux Stitching
Paper Piecings
Shape
I decided since Thanksgiving is coming around I would start off with a Card with pumpkins on it. I used four elements that were suppose to be used. I used Kraft Cardstock, Paper Piecing, faux stitching ,and Shape. 
Thanks to Ashley and her great tutorials that she is posting on her blog now, I figured out how to make a shape card using my MTC program. I went with a simple top note shape since this was my first time doing it. I used Kraft cardstock and used some pumpkin piecings from Treasure box Designs. I used some burlap that was lying around at the bottom to make it look like "hay" they were sitting on. I did faux stitching around the outside of the card. 




 I hope you are enjoying the hop and will come back tomorrow to see more card ideas. 
Your next stop is Diana   

Here is the lineup just in case.







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