Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Blog Hop with CardMaker Magazine

Hello Friends!
Today I'm hopping along with the Lawn Fawn design team and CardMaker Magazine.  You should be arriving from Jennie's Blog.  If you would like to hop along you can start at the beginning at the CardMaker Blog.  Here is a card I created using the new Daphne's Closet collection and matching stickers.

DaphnesHelloCard

I used one of the journaling stickers to create a frame for my sentiment and embellished the stickers with stickles and glossy accents.  I also popped the elements up with foam adhesive to give them more dimension.  Now head on over to Melanie's blog to see what she has designed!

32 comments:

Tiff said...[Reply to comment]

Love love love your card Chari!!!!

slbt17 said...[Reply to comment]

what fun - love the vellum.
Sandra ltb

snappy scrappy said...[Reply to comment]

So cute!

Nana Griffin said...[Reply to comment]

cute and nice colors.

BrendaB said...[Reply to comment]

How cute! Love the banners!

Tenia Nelson said...[Reply to comment]

This card ROCKS, girl!!!

lenny said...[Reply to comment]

Awesome card!!
Love the embellies and the use of vellum!!
Totally cool! :)

Jean Bullock said...[Reply to comment]

I love cards that pop. This one did. Great job!

Miriam Prantner said...[Reply to comment]

Oh I love this! Love the vellum, and the flair, and the arrows!

Rachel K said...[Reply to comment]

This card is so cute! I love how you used the vellum! :)

Ravengirl said...[Reply to comment]

So cute! I love the banners and the look of the vellum laid over the patterned paper!

Unknown said...[Reply to comment]

Love this...the banners over the vellum with the scalloped background is perfect!

morentin1326 said...[Reply to comment]

what an awesome creation and the banners are very nice... love all the details and colors...


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Ava Gavloski said...[Reply to comment]

great layering on this card...like that banner placement

Mare said...[Reply to comment]

Love this card! Thanks for some inspiration.

Jess M said...[Reply to comment]

Such a nice, bright, and happy card Chari :)

ChristineCreations said...[Reply to comment]

How adorable and yummy looking! Those banners are awesome, and I love how the vellum softens the design.

Barb Ghig said...[Reply to comment]

This is such a darling card, Chari! I love how you placed the vellum...love all your details, too!

mw_scrap said...[Reply to comment]

such a sweet card, you cant help to smile when you see it...Thanks again for sharing and participating in the blog hop... :)

barbara macaskill said...[Reply to comment]

What a fun card!!!! It is so fresh and fun looking. Who wouldn't smile when they receive it? Thanks for sharing!

Elise C. said...[Reply to comment]

Your cards are always so cute! I really like the banner and the embellishments that you used! :)

Unknown said...[Reply to comment]

Very creative!

Glenda J said...[Reply to comment]

So much fun! Great combination of colours, patterns and elements.

Jane White said...[Reply to comment]

I forget about using vellum....you tied a lot of elements together well.

Beverly Perdue said...[Reply to comment]

All I can say is WOW! Your card is so pretty. Thanks for the inspiration and for sharing!

Becky Cowley said...[Reply to comment]

Amazing card! So trendy! Love the banners and arrows! Thanks for sharing.

Judy Tuck said...[Reply to comment]

Cute card. Nice soft colours and nice addition of the glittery accents.

itzamitzi said...[Reply to comment]

Cute card with pretty, soft colors.

keeleykats said...[Reply to comment]

Cute card! I love the buttons & vellum!

Crafty Math Chick said...[Reply to comment]

So adorable Chari! I just love everything you create! Watched your 'hoppy Easter' card video this evening, now I want to make it too! LOL!! Thanks for blessing us with your talent and so many creative ideas.

mtscrapgal said...[Reply to comment]

This is a very striking color combo. I likey. Thanks

Kelley said...[Reply to comment]

Love how you used the vellum! Thank you for the inspiration with the stickers, I never use them. Now I just might give them a try.

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