Saturday, October 1, 2011

OWH World Cardmaking Day 2011 BLOG HOP!






I am so excited to be taking part in the World Card Making Day blog hop in support of Operation Write Home!  I am already in the holiday spirit- trying to get a jump on those holiday projects!  What better way to get inspired than by hopping around and viewing all the wonderful cards.  Thank you so much for stopping by!

Kristen


Supplies
Cardstock: PTI (Kraft, vintage cream)
Patterned Paper: Cosmo Cricket 
Stamps: Hero Arts (Merry Christmas),  PTI (Label Basics)
Ink: Ranger (Fired Brick, Peeled Paint, Tea Dye)
Adhesives: SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L™ (3D Foam squares)
Other: PTI (Labels Die, Bloom Builder Die), unknown (brad)

40 comments:

  1. I've always loved that flower die and your card looks great

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  2. This is a beautiful card- love the stitching!

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  3. Gorgeous colors and I love the stitching! Beautiful!

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  4. Your stitching is beautiful and perfect! Wonderful card!

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  5. Love the flower embellishment and the stiching :) Thank you for sharing :)

    Manda :)
    ajsarts at gmail dot com
    www.ajsartsanddesigns.com
    www.ajsdigishoppe.com

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  6. Love the simplicity of this card and the mix of patterns! Wonderful!

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  7. Love the simplicity of this card and the mix of patterns! Wonderful!

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  8. Lovely choice of papers, the antique feel they have is just perfect with the stitching detail. Very nice!

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  9. Ditto Paula! And that flower looks so delicate. Great job!

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  10. I love the colors that you used. Beautiful!

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  11. I love the non-traditional colors you used! Lovely card!

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  12. Cute! Thank you for posting. :)

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  13. I love that flower. I have it as well but haven't used it yet. Great card!

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  14. Love your flower! Thanks for supporting OWH and all our Heroes!
    R/

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  15. Wonderful card, I like the stitching details, and the colors remind me of vintage, would make a great masculine card to give too. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. What a beautiful vintage looking card - I love the non-traditional colors!

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  17. Fabulous card (especially love the stitching and the cozy colors).

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  18. Oh I totally love the use of the Bloom builder to make the embellishment for this - stunning!

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  19. This card is so sweet! Love the color combo and of course the flower is amazing. It adds so much without going overboard.

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  20. Everything about this card is terrific, but my fave is that stitching...and the floer...and the DP...

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  21. Great stitching on that card. :)

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  22. I like how well your elements coordinate together and that you used a flower on a Christmas card, just a bit out off the norm--like that!!

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  23. Love the stitching around the edges!

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  24. How fantastic!! The colors are wonderful and I love the flower.

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  25. This is pretty! I like the vintage feel it has :)

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  26. What a great card!!! The flower is georgous!!!

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  27. I love that flower! I can see a lot of uses for it too. Terrific card!

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  28. The flower on this card is so much fun! And the stitching came out perfect!(still wanting to try that some day!)

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  29. Wow - your stitching is awesome! Thanks for sharing with OWH!

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  30. Kraft is IN this year! At least think so! :) it's all over the hop... And I love what you did with it! Thanks for sharing!

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  31. Such a great card. I really love what you have done with that flower.

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  32. I love all the stitching!

    And as a military wife, let me say thank you for sending your hard work to those who could use a pick me up. :)

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  33. Gorgeous flower and I just love that stitching!

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