Showing posts from October, 2021

Thin Cuts Blog Hop

  Welcome to this SPECIAL blog hop that features Stand Alone Thin Cuts from our new  2021-2022 Core Catalog!   This will be a quick hop featuring 11 blogs!  If you arrived here from  ScrappinKaty's blog  you are on the right track!  To keep going, look for the link to the next blog at the bottom of my post!   If you get lost along the way you can see the entire list of participants   HERE .  We have some great Slimline Window Thin Cuts. The leaves outside are beginning to fall and I can really tell that autumn is in the air.  It had me in the mood to create a Fall Card!  I had not used my new Circle Windows Slimline thin cut yet so thought this would be a great time to pull it out!   Fall makes me think of plaid and our September October Mix In pack is full of plaid!  If you love plaid, be sure to grab a couple of these packs!   I paired my plaid paper with a piece from our new Texture Paper Pack in the Core Catalog. Doesn't that burlap pattern look great with the plaid?? Of co

October SOTM - Wildflower Friendship Blog Hop

  Welcome to our  October Stamp of the Month Blog Hop . In this blog hop we are featuring  Wildflower Friendship.  This set includes 8 images that includes three flowery critters! If you arrived here from  Haley Dyer's Blog  you are on the right track. This hop is a big circle. Just look for the next blog link at the bottom of my post. If you are just getting started on the hop, when you get back to me you will know you have completed the circle! If you get lost along the way, you can find the entire list of hoppers  HERE .  I have to admit, flowery critters are not really my thing, BUT once I started playing with this stamp, I discovered how cute they really are.   The card that I'm sharing here was a result of me playng with Distress Oxide Inks because I didn't want to color the flowers.  I wanted to try something different. So, I blended Mustard Seed, Spiced Marmalade, Abandoned Coral and Pickled Raspberry on white daisy cardstock.   I decided to use a blend of these col