Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Spring Flowers Just for You BLOG HOP

Hi everyone and welcome to the Stamp Simply blog hop this month's theme is -Spring Flowers Just For You!!  This blog hop will feature cards or projects using flowers!!  AND there is some GREAT blog candy up for grabs to one lucky commenter -a gift certificate to Sharon's store!!  So hop along and if you see something you like leave a comment!

My card uses the sunflower image and border from the JustRite Stampers My Garden set.  The pattern paper is from the October Afternoon, Ducks in a Row 8x8 pad.  See?  The paper can be used for more than baby cards!

I stamped the sunflower 2 times, colored them with my copic markers and popped up the second one for dimension.  I stamped the circle border on PTI's new Hawaiian Shores cardstock and used my circle nestabilities to create a ring.  I tied a piece of 3/8" yellow gingham ribbon around one end.  In case you recognize it, the layout is from Karen's Sweet Sunday sketch from last week.

Here are a couple of pictures showing how I made the circle border -see?  Easy peasy!!



Note you can get all the supplies I used on this card at Sharon's Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.

Here is the complete blog hop list:
Sharon Johnson - Stamp Simply Ribbon Store Blog
Sherry Cheever
Linda Duke
Michelle Woerner -this is me!!
Deborah Saaranen
Holly McMillen
Barb Schram

Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the hop!!

Card Deets:
Stamps - My Garden (JustRite Stampers)
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black
Paper - White, light grey, Hawaiian Shores cardstock and Ducks in a Row PP (October Afternoon)
Accessories - Scallop and Classic Circle nestabilities (Spellbinders), scalloped border punch (SU!), yellow rhinestones (Kaisercraft)

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81 comments:

  1. Love, Love, L O V E your card and I think it's fun to see what we think of as a baby paper pad used in many different ways -- fun paper and a GREAT project -- thank you SO much!!! Great little Spellbinders tutorial as well!!!

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  2. Love the colors you choose and the stamps. Wonderful card. I like the way you made the circle frame around the sentiment. God bless!

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  3. beuatiful card. you do great work.

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  4. Very pretty card. I like the daisy, it reminds me of warm weather.

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  5. This is one stunning card. Love how you used the rhinestones. Thanks so much for the tutorial on how you did the sentiment. Thanks for this inspiring eye candy along this amazing hop.

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  6. Great tip on cutting the circle frame and I love the layered flower. Really cute card!

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  7. wow love the colors in this card. The blues and yellows just make it pop. Beautiful

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  8. Beautiful card, Michelle! I love the colors and papers and the layered sunflowers! Thanks for sharing how you cut the frame!

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  9. I like that little scalloped border with the bling! Very nice!!

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  10. Love your work, the colors are great and very spring like. Keep on sharing your talents as I so look forward to viewing them!!!

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  11. What a clever way to use the spellbinders, plus show us how to do it. Your card is just gorgeous.....I love sunflowers! Kheila

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  12. Awesome card! Thanks for sharing the tip with the Spellbinders! Your card is stunning! Thanks for sharing it with us!

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  13. Lovely card - I love the way you made the circle with the Spellbinders. You are so smart!

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  14. Great card. Love the yellow flowers. Edna B.

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  15. Love the popped flower & bling!

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  16. Beautiful card....perfect bow for the flower. Love it

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  17. Thanks for the tip and picture of how you used your nesties to double cut the circles. Very helpful! I love the yellow gingham ribbon with the sunflower, just darling!

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  18. Great card! I'm in love with stripes, polka dots, and gingham.

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  19. Gorgeous work girlie...you know I love, love my JustRite stamps...

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  20. This definitely says Spring! Great colors. The rhinestones and gingham just add the special touch.

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  21. Pretty card. Thanks for the tip on how to double cut the circle with the nesties.

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  22. Your card is beautiful!! I just love the colors and the daisy center just sets it off!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

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  23. So bright and cheery and I love that circle border!!

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  24. So pretty Michelle!! Love the turquoise and yellow!! And of course the October Afternoon paper too!! Sweet!!

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  25. Michelle, your card is so pretty! and how clever the frame is, thank you for showing us the trick to doing it!
    Love the colors and embellishment as well.
    Thank you for sharing!

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  26. Such a beautiful card, your image is so pretty with the gems in the center! Thanks for the tutorial on how to make a circle border. Now I'm excited to try it!

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  27. Beautiful and the choice of color is lovely

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  28. Ohhhhhhh pretty, I like how you did two flowers to make it pop and thank you for the instructions on the frame. Very springy :)

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  29. Beautiful card--thanks for the tip on making the circle! How come I don't think of clever things like that?!

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  30. Beautifully done! Very fresh & so delightful!

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  31. Just a wonderful card. Your color choices are really great. Thanks for sharing instruction on how you made the circle borders.

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  32. That bow is such a cute embellishment.

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  33. What a great new application for the border punch - thanks for sharing !

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  34. Pretty card! Love that yellow!

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  35. i love that frame with the sentiment around it. this is a hit-yourself-in-the-head moment...the idea of double-cutting. i am glad you came up with this idea for if/when i am able to explore die-cutting.

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  36. So pretty.....I love this ....great job....thank you for sharing with us...great tutorial too....

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  37. Very interesting color combinations!

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  38. How sweet and cheerful! Love the bling!
    Thanks for sharing your tips as well!
    :o)

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  39. I like yuor recently posted wedding card too!!

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  40. I like yuor recently posted wedding card too!!

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  41. How very bright and cheerful. Beaurtiful coloring.

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  42. I never would have paired up yellow with gray blue. It is truly stunning. Thank you so much for sharing this.

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  43. Very pretty card!! Love the color combination!!

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  44. great card! you always know how to work those circles! looks fabulous!

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  45. Flowers my favorite! and the SF9ers are another one of my favorites LOL!! Wonderful card beautiful flower.

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  46. Very pretty card--I love sunflowers!

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  47. Such beautiful work! I love the way you use your colors on this card!

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  48. Love your sentiment circle! Very pretty card.

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  49. I love these hops! What a beautiful card! Thanks for the deets on how you did your circle.

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  50. Really pretty card! Love the circle border, thanks for the tips.

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  51. Beautiful card Michelle! I love the colours you used and how you made the circle sentiment!

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  52. Very springy card. I love the colors yellow and blue together.
    Hugs,
    Brooke

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  53. Cute, cute, CUTE! Love the sparkle!

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  54. So sweet Michelle, love all the detail!

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  55. Beautiful card... pretty color combo too. Thanks for the mini-tutorial on the Nesties... :o)

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  56. Very nice card! Love the colors and love the daisy!!!

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  57. Wow, your card is awesome. I love the way you used the spellbinder's dies to form your rings. I've never thought of using them that way.

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  58. Lovely color combination. I like how you did the ring and the layering of the flower. Nice job!

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  59. Oh Michelle how pretty this is!!! I love it and thanks for showing the SB and how you did that! Beautiful!!!

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  60. Great card. Love how you did the center!! Thanks for sharing.

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  61. Waaaaay cool card Michelle!!!

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  62. That touch of yellow gingham is PERFECT for spring! So fresh and fun.

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  63. Love the look of spring-this is a very pretty card.

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  64. This card definitely shouts Spring is here! Love the color combos and the flower you chose to showcase.

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  65. I guess my first try at the comment didn't post? I love the fresh colors, your card is so cheerful. Thanks for the circular border tips!

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  66. What a great card! The colors are so bright and cheery! You have done a wonderful job on this card!

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  67. What a great card! Love so much that you used Ducks in a Row for something other than baby cards and also love that you showed how you made that ring! Thanks :)

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  68. Such a pretty card! The way you made the circle border is so good - something to remember - thank you for sharing!!

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  69. Lovely card, love that you popped some of it out 3D :)
    Susan

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  70. Barb(GrandmaUpNorth)April 15, 2010 at 6:32 AM

    Love the 3D look. So bright and cheerful! Great card!!

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  71. Beautiful card, all of your cards are! Thanks for sharing how you made the cut with the Spellbinders dies. Take care. ~Diane

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  72. Very nice card, thanks for the tip on cutting out the ring and like how you used the bling on the border.

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  73. Cheerful spring colors. Nesties circle sets are on my wish list. Thanks for sharing.

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  74. such a pretty card! Thanks for the tips on using the just rite stamp with the spellbinders: I had wondered how to do those:)

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  75. Girlie this is gorgeous!!! One of my most FAV images --- you have to love a daisy!!! :) Love the paper and design and of course the bow!!! :)

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  76. Love the layering and the daisy. Very pretty card. Finally got the computer up and running after a week of being down. Now to catch up on blogs and galleries. EEK.. I missed so much. I hate these computers sometimes, good thing blogger has preposts and I plan ahead. LOL

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