Saturday, June 22, 2013

4th of July Red, White and Blue Blog Hop!! Card Project










If you’ve just arrived from http://www.cardmonkeyspaperjungle.com you’re in the right place! To start from the beginning of the hop, please visit Carter’s Crafting Corner.
The hop begins on Friday, June 21st at 9:00 am. You’ll have until Sunday, June 23rd at 6:00 pm (Central Time) to hop, follow each blog and leave some nice comments for a chance to win awesome prizes. Please note: individual participants may have additional entry rules and/or chances to win.
To qualify to win, you must:
  • Become a follower of each blog in the hop
  • Leave a comment on each blog in the hop
  • A minimum of 10 followers/comments will be required for the prize to be awarded
  • I will be blogging all three days, you must visit and comment on all three projects
  • Prize winner must have an address in the United States. I am sorry I am not prepared to ship internationally at this time.



    Each blog will announce their respective winners on Thursday June 27th. Winners will have one week to claim their prize(s).


We’re so glad you decided to hop with us! You’re going to meet some amazing ladies. We hope you have a great time visiting, and are inspired by, all the wonderful Patriotic creations.







Here are some sweet little red, white and blue cards I made for the blog hop.  I wanted to use up some premade card blanks with this great edge purchased from Michael's.  I used some felt flowers and a GDC brad.  The stamp is an old, old Close to My Heart wooden stamp.  Tim Holtz ribbon and a Creative Memories border maker with white cardstock and the Paper Loft picnic paper.


Just one card!


This is the kit I am giving away for the blog hop.  Please comment below and come back tomorrow for one last RED, WHITE AND BLUE post! 


For your next stop please visit http://felisa21.blogspot.com.

Thanks for visiting and good luck!
challenge:
http://www.creativeinspirationspaint.blogspot.com/2013/06/inspired-by-red-white-and-blue.html
 

27 comments:

  1. I love your projects and that kit is very cute! Did you hand stitch on the cards? Very nice creative touch.

    TFS,

    Sharondalyn

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  2. Those are cute...really like the shape because it is not the typical card that we see everywhere.

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  3. Love the different size/shape. I too have some old rubber stamps! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Love it! I may have to scraplift to use up some of my pre-cuts, as well TFS!

    Ellen (CardMonkey)

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  5. Great card! I may have to give this one a try!

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  6. Wonderful idea! These turned out so cute Alicia; thanks for sharing!
    I'm already following you. =)

    ~Beth
    http://thecraftyscrapyard.blogspot.com
    mddesigns_11@yahoo.com

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  7. Hi Alicia,

    Nice blog and a really cute card. Following you now and really hope you'll come by my blog and do the same. I'd love to win your kit since I can't buy such here.
    Blessings,
    Coleen, an American in Ukraine

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  8. Cute cards, like the inking and stamp; never thought to use that as a sentiment!

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    1. I try to make cards with sentiments that can be used for multiple occassions. This could be a birthday, thank you, or just because...

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  9. great cards! love how you did the edges!
    thanks for sharing.

    brwneyes46@gmail.com

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  10. Very pretty--I like the border and the ribbon.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  11. These are cute little cards! I like the edge die you used and the Tim Holtz ribbon. I'm a follower! That's an awesome prize package. :) TFS

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  12. Very cute, simple little cards. I really like them.

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  13. Great card!! Very simple but still screams Happy 4th!!

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  14. Very simple but very charming

    Theresa aka Scrapsbygracie

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  15. Very nice cards love the colors!!!! Happy 4th Great hop!!!

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  16. Such pretty little cards! Thanks so much for joining us for the Creative Inspirations Paint Challenge! hugs, Kimberly

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