Wednesday, April 24, 2013

It's a Spring Chorus Blog Hop!

So, last weekend I got to hang out at the Milwaukee at Scrapbook Expo. Since I work at Club Scrap, I really do have all the supplies I need, so I rarely purchase product from other sources. However, I wandered the show floor anyway, just to check out what the other vendors had to offer. I do have a bit of a "thing" for dies and embossing folders, so I picked up a couple of new "toys".

Today's blog hop gave me a chance to play. So I grabbed my new flip-flop die and the coordinating Framelits, along with papers from my Spring Chorus Club Stamp kit, and went to work.

After using the flip-flop die to trim the Light Green, I used white acrylic paint on the floral stamp from the Borders & Backgrounds Unmounted to create a background. Next, I used the Framelits to trim the Yellow panel. Finally, I added a sentiment from the B&B and a few of the rhinestones for a really cute (and simple!) card.


I guess that's what this blog hop is all about. An excuse to get crafty, and to be inspired by what others create. So how about we get started?

Here's a master list of all the blog hop participants:

Club Scrap Creates (you are here)
Pat Huntoon: The Technique Trail
Julie Heyer: Cape Cod Scrapper
Ron Perry: Random Doorways
Roni Johnson: Ink Stains with Roni
Deb Charlesworth: Lift Bridge Cards andCrafts
Deb Weller: Deb Duz Scrappin
Jill Pechauer: Jill P's Place
Tricia Morris: The Efficient Crafter
Hetty Sanders: Craft Chaos
Kay Williamson: Kay's Keepsakes
Cathy Gray: The Artful Gamut
Anne Hunter: Crzymom's Tidbits
Jen Rodgers: Scrap Happy Sisters
Debby Hernandez: Masculine Inspirations

We hope you enjoy the hop. If you see something you like, be sure to leave a friendly comment for the blogger...everyone appreciates feedback!

Your first stop is Pat over at http://www.patstamps.blogspot.com. Enjoy!

Creatively yours,
Karen

26 comments:

  1. How pretty!

    AnnetteD

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  2. I LOVE playing with dies and embossing folders.
    I keep hoping that our beloved CS will partner with a die maker - electronic or no) for a coordinating set!
    This is a lovely card.

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  3. Nice card, Karen! You need to get out and play more often!!! :)

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  4. Such a pretty card and simple is not a word I would use, it is stunning!

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  5. Love your card. I keep resisting those dies but they do create a heck of a impact. Great card. And I love the paint stamping.

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  6. Lovely card - glad you had fun at the Expo!!

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  7. Thanks for the nice compliments, everyone. Now on to see what the other bloggers are up to!

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  8. Lovely card. It's so springlike.

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  9. fun card Karen - those dies are pretty cool, I'm borrowing a friends right now ;-)

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  10. Pretty card Karen. I think I want that die. I have become addicted to dies. LOL

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  11. Running behind today, I'll blog hop with my lunch instead of my coffee ;) Great card!

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  12. Great card, Karen! I love that you stamped with white acrylic paint.

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  13. Karen,
    Love the card! I didn't know they had dies like that. The stamping in white paint really sets the whole thing off.

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  14. I can't believe I never left a comment here! What was I thinking? Love the card and thanks again for starting us off this another fun blog hop!!

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  15. Great card, Karen - I love that die set!!!

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  16. I love finding dies to work with my CS paper! That one is super cool!

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  17. Great how this die will work with Club Scrap papers and so many cool Club Scrap rubber stamps will fit too! Awesome card Karen, hmmmm....and my birthday is coming up soon ;)

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  18. I enjoyed the spring theme of this blog hop.

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  19. I enjoyed it!! Wonderful variety this time.

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    1. Forgot, love the card too

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  20. I went through everyone's blog and I am unable to pick out the best. There were lots of good ideas=:) Suppose I should clean my table off so I can try a few of these ideas.
    Thanks so much for sharing=:)

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