Welcome and thank you joining the first Blog Hop of 2018 by Stampin Friends! We have an amazing Hop for you this month!!! We have many new crafters that have joined the Stampin Friends Blog Hop for the 2018 year! YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED!
Be sure to follow each blogger to see all the awesome projects that have been created and shared for you! If you get lost a long the way, there is a list of participants at the bottom of each of the blogs! I am #2 Stephanie Jandrow!
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This month’s theme is All About Love! And what better products to use? The brand new Painted with Love by Stampin Up!
As I was designing my cards, I made each slightly different, using the same products! The Painted with Love Specialty DSP is gorgeous in person I don’t think picture do it justice!!! I used Rich Razzleberry and Powder Pink inks and cardstock.
The cardbase is Powder Pink. I used the Lots to Love Box Framelits and Sure Do Love You stamp set. I chose 2 different patterns of the DSP for my layers and a 3rd for the larger heart, cut out with the Sweet & Sassy Framelits..
I added the Love Mini Tinsel Trim in a pretty bow at the top of each card! I think I’m more partial to the card on the left but I love both. This set is so much fun to use!
For my project, I used the Lots to Love Box Famelits. I created 2 boxes and decorated the front! I wasn’t sure what to put in them. At first I thought candy, but then decided to make some notecards!
The notecards are simple and super easy to make! 4 5/8 x 5 1/2 and on the 5 1/2 side score at 2 3/4. Walla! I kept them simple and not over-decorated as I wanted the box to be the focal point! I stamped the "candy" heart images in Rich Razzleberry, Powder Pink and Calypso Coral. Then I chose the DSP pattern and used the Heart dies in the Lots to Love Box framelits to cut them out. Simple, right! But I think the cards have a big look!
As I was prepping the decoration for the box, I couldn’t decide if I wanted the ribbon or not so I made one with and one without!
I used Powder Pink, Calypso Coral and Rich Razzleberry for ink colors. The heart with the vine image does not have a matching framelits so I fussy cut it out. I also stamped the leaves to the inside of the heart to save paper, the cut outs won’t be seen as the Calypso Coral heart sticks over it!
What do you think??!
I hope you like my projects for this Blog Hop.
Be sure to leave a comment, as I will drawing my own Blog Candy for this Hop! Then click on Katja Ettig name at the #3 on the list to follow along!
Thanks for stopping by
Welcome to the first hop of the 2017 year. I am so excited to be continuing as a regular hopper for the year. We have some great theme's planned so make sure to check us out each month!! This month's Stampin Friends theme is Love and Valentine's! So relax and enjoy all these amazing projects!!
You are really going to love the projects shared this month!
We have 15 amazingly talented crafters participating in this month's hop, so be sure to follow along and check out everyone's blogs and fabulous projects.
Make sure to leave a comment on my blog to enter into my Blog Candy raffle. I will randomly select 1 lucky winner!!!
Thank you for visiting my blog from Kirsteen Gill's site, and thank you for continuing with the Blog Hop. Take a minute or two to enjoy my card and project and at the end click the NEXT button to continue to Lynn Streifert's blog!
Didn't come from Kirsteen's blog?? That's ok, just click the PREVIOUS button or scroll to the end and click on Kirsteen's name to visit her blog.
So the card I made is CASEd from the new Stampin Up Occasions catalog on page 14. I changed a few things, but it is pretty close. I used the Sealed with Love stamp set and Love Notes Framelits. Don't you just love the Heart cutouts on the edge?? I do not send out many Valentine Cards so I kept it pretty simple. We also will make this card at an upcoming Card Club.
My project using the new Window Box Thinlits Die and Window Shopping Stamp set, along with the Oh So Succulent Stamp set and Succulent Framelits dies. All these iitems are available in the new Stampin Up Occasions Catalog.
Stampin Up has a great video on YouTube showing how to assemble and use the piece of the Window Shopping Framelits. I found it best to watch the video before assembling. It really helps!
I cut 2 pieces of the Window box and then cutout the details. Once I assembled the box I wasn't sure what I wanted to do with it. I added Hershey kisses to it and the little tag that comes with the framelits and the stamp is from the Window shopping set.
I saw on Pinterest a few of the boxes as tealight holders and I wanted to see how that would look on my own. It's beautiful. So I then cut out 2 of each size shape from the Succulent Framelits in Blushing Bride, stamp the tips on both sides, use your bone folder to add a curve to the petals and layer. It's really easy. I then added Wink of Stella to the tips of the flowers, as well as, the cutouts on the boxes, it looks so pretty when the candle reflects on the glitter. It's really hard to see in the pictures. But I asure you, it's lovely!
I hope you enjoyed my card and project. Be sure to leave a comment for my Blog Candy. And click the Next Button to visit Lynn Streifert's Blog and continue with the Blog Hop
If you are interested in any of these products, please feel free to contact me.
This past week's card club was all about Love. We made 4 Valentine cards that were inspired by cards I saw on Pinterest. I love the Real Red and Crumb Cake combo. So pretty. And super easy to make with the Timeless Textures stamp set used in the background and the DSP punched out with the Sweetheart punch.
And how about the new Bloomin' Heart Thinlits die. The detail in the Heart is simply stunning. And event though I used the heart for Valentine, it really can be used for so much more!
Remember to check out my website for a calendar of events. So you can attend card club and make amazing cards just like these.
Happy Valentine's Day and Happy Stamping
Welcome to the Lots of Love Stampin Friends Blog Hop! I'm really excited to be back again as a guest Hopper for Stampin Friends. There are 14 amazing crafters involved in hop, along with 3 Guest Hoppers. And like I said I've very proud an excited to be back as a guest.
Please, make sure you check everyone's blogs out. After reading the blog, scroll to the end, and make sure to leave a comment with #SFJanHop at each blog!!! I would love to hear some feedback and you will earn a chance to win some Blog Candy!
If you have visited my blog from Elizabeth's site, thanks so much for continuing with the Blog Hop. Make sure to check out my blog and at the end click the NEXT button to continue with the Blog Hop and visit Leanne Johnson's Blog. Didn't come from Elizabeth's blog?? Make sure to click the PREVIOUS button or scroll to the end of the post to and click on Elizabeth's name to visit her blog.
This month's Blog Hop theme is Lots of Love. I knew exactly what products I wanted to use for the blog. NEW! Of Course! NEW items from Stampin Up's Occasions catalog!! I will be showing you 2 projects and 1 card for the blog hop. It may seem like alot of products were used. But it really isn't. I used the same colors, DSP and stamp set throughout the projects and cards. So if you do not have alot on hand, this is great, because we are just using same products,in different way. What I decided to make is SUPER easy projects that I can make multiples, in a breeze. As a busy mom of 3, I need to accomplish the most, in what appears to be a very short amount of time. I'm all about coordination!!!!
So here we go....I hope you enjoy what I've prepared for you! I look forward to hearing your feedback!!!
This project was really easy and uses a small amount of paper. The stamping/punches and glimmer could be scraps on hand! But whats better, is the project can be easily duplicated, if you needed to make a lot, it will take no time!!! The envelopes are not very deep, so this treat package would be perfect for a regular Hershey bar or another thin candy bar, a gift card, perhaps a note, as well. You could also add a couple pencils or pens for a school gift. I am debating whether or not to make for my elementary school kids Valentine Swaps...hmmm there's plenty of time to decide...Right??
You can see in the second picture below, that once you fold the sides in, there are these little corners that stick out into the middle of the box. That is because the box will open flat. No worries. Just take a few glue dots and stick them to the sides. Wala, they are out of the way. You can fill the box with little treats...maybe a special piece of jewelry!!