Saturday, April 22, 2017

Mother's Day Blog Hop

Welcome to the Team Stamp It Group's Mother's Day Theme Blog Hop.  
Whether you started the blog hop with my blog or "hopped" over to my blog from one of my teammates blog, I am happy you stopped by.   
I love the Oh So Succulent stamp set and matching framelits dies. The Oh So Succulent stamp set is available as a bundle, which includes 30 photopolymer stamps and 17 framelits dies, or the set can be purchased individually.  The sentiment on the inside of the card was stamped using the First Sight stamp set with Always Artichoke ink onto Whisper White cardstock and then cut out with the oval Stitched Shapes Framelits dies.
The card base is made using Whisper White cardstock with Sweet Sugarplum, Calypso Coral, Old Olive, Mint Macaron cardstock and Succulent Garden Designer Series Paper for the panels.  The Sweet Sugarplum accents on the sides of the center panels are made using the border die from the Flourish Thinlits dies. The basket on the front panel is made with Crumb Cake and Early Espresso cardstock and is cut out using the Basket Builder Framelits Dies. The succulents in the basket were stamped on to Mint Macaron cardstock using Always Artichoke ink and cut out using the Succulent Framelits dies. The tips of the succulents were colored with Sweet Sugarplum Stampin' Write Marker.  The flowers were stamped on to Whisper White cardstock using Sweet Sugarplum ink and cut out using the Succulent Framelits dies. The Lace Doilies underneath the basket is from the Falling in Love Suite that is featured in the 2017 Occasions Catalog. 
This trifold card is really easy and fun to make.  Using a 12" x  5 1/2" sheet of cardstock, score at 2", 4", 8" and 10".  Measure up 1 1/2" from the bottom edge and using your paper trimmer cut from the 2" score line to the 10" score line.  Repeat this same cut 1 1/2" from the top edge of the card.

The lighted window box was made using Sweet Sugarplum cardstock and the Window Box Thinlits dies.  The flower was made using the Succulent Framelits dies and Old Olive and Sweet Sugarplum cardstock with a Rhinestone jewel in the center of the flower.  The box is wrapped with the Whisper White Succulent Garden 3/8" ribbon that comes in a combo pack with 3/8" Sweet Sugarplum ribbon.
Most of the items I used on this blog hop are on the retiring list.  If you are interested in any of the products I used to make the card or lighted window box, I would recommend placing your order sooner rather than later.  Many of the items are only available while supplies last and are selling out quickly.

Congratulations Pauline Vaughn! 
You were the winner of the March Easter Blog Hop give-a-way.  
   
Before you hop onto the next blog, check out this month’s Blog Hop give-a-way!!  In order to enter your name into the drawing, leave a comment on any of the Blog Hop posts with your email address (so we can contact you if you win) along with #stampitcontest.  It’s as easy as that!

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57 comments:

  1. Awesome projects! Thanks for the instructions and for the chance to win the card kit!
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  2. beautiful projects, Pam. Thanks for the inspiration. #stampitcontest

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  3. Love these two projects. Now I need to get busy. Thanks for sharing. #stampitcontest.

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  4. Wow! These projects are beautiful! I love your creativity! #stampitcontest

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  5. #stampitcontest
    Love the box especially!

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  6. Beautiful card! I haven't used that fold in a while -- thanks for reminding me how nice it is! #stampitcontest

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  7. #stampitcontest Wow, what great three dimensional projects. I love the foldout card.

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  8. Love the pop out card
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  9. Love the box. Card is very colorful. #stampitcontest

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  10. Great card. I haven't attempted this type of fold yet. Inspiration.
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  11. #stampitcontest
    Love the gift box!

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  12. Love these two projects. The card is amazing! #stampitcontest

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  13. Beautiful projects! #stampitcontest

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  14. #stampitcontest Love the card but adore the box!

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  15. I love this card #stampitcontest
    And the box is adorable too

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  16. Amazing, fun, detailed folded card! Love the hexagonal box! #stampitcontest

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  17. #stampitcontest
    WOW - what a card! Thanks for the directions!

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  18. #stampitcontest-love your card, this style is on my To Do List. Sure wish that set was hanging around for another year.

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  19. I love the dimension in the card. I will try making this later. Thanks for the great directions!

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  20. #stampitcontest. Thank you for sharing this beautiful card, and for the instructions too.

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  21. I love these fancy fold cards! #stampitcontest

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  22. Nitae1952: #stampitcontest love the card! Thanks for the directions.

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  23. #stampitcontest- beautiful, fancy card! Thanks.

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  24. #stampitcontest
    Great projects. This card intimidates me, but it's so nice. tfs

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  25. love this type of card, and yours is very pretty #stampitcontest

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  26. #stampitcontest Great ideas, thanks for the card measurements.

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  27. #stampitcontest Great projects, thanks for sharing.

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  28. Wow! Very pretty
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  29. #stampitcontest
    Thanks for the cool card.

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  30. Love the card and box just beautiful. stampitcontest

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  31. Beautiful card. #stampitcontest Already have this stamp set.

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  32. #stampitcontest Thanks for the instruction sheet on the fold card. Can't wait to try it out.

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  33. Hi Pam, Just love your card, so much going on with it, also the colours are great together, I love using the stamp and die set, so many possibility's #stampitcontest TFS, Cheers Anna.

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  34. #stampitcontest Thank you for sharing the dimensions and pretty cards.

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  35. #stampitcontest

    Great Card - I just got a few of these stamps sets -- can't wait to try them.

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  37. Lovely card and I just adore the little box! #stampitcontest

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  38. This is beautiful!! I love the way you incorporated a few sets to come up with your idea.

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  40. #stampitcontest. Very beautiful projects. Sure to impress anyone who receives them.

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  41. #stampitcontest
    What a beautiful card and tutorial, I love the succulents set and this will be so much fun to try. TFS

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  42. Very pretty card and pleasing color combination. #stampitcontest

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  43. Your card and box are beautiful! Love the details you used for the card.
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  44. Beautiful card and box!
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  45. Very nice! I have this bundle. Love this! #stampitcontest

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  46. #stampitcontest I love your projects! So pretty!!!

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  47. #stampitcontest I love your projects! So pretty!!!

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  48. #stampitcontest
    I love this card fold!

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  49. #stampitcontest
    Love your beautiful cards. Thank you.

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  50. #stampitcontest
    The colors on the card are beautiful...
    Kay Grover. acegrovr@roadrunner.com

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