Are you ready for round 2 of the mini Wacky Watercooler Blog Hop for January? Well, ready or not, here it is!
We will once again be sharing with you some of our favorite products from the 2017 Occasions Catalog & Sale-a-bration Brochure. There are 12 of us participating this time, so you are sure to have plenty of ideas to CASE!
How the Wacky Watercooler Blog Hop Works:
Before I show you my projects I wanted to remind you that this is a circular Blog Hop. That means that wherever you begin, if you continue to go to the “next” blog on the list, you will eventually wind up right where you first started. You will find the “next” button (and the “previous” button if you want to go backwards) at the end of this post. The “home” button will give you a listing of all participating blogs.
If you have been moving forward through the Wacky Watercooler Blog Hop you would have arrived here after visiting Deborah Smart ’s blog. She always knocks my socks off!
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We live in rural Oregon and have a creek fed pond on our property. During the summer months we have so many dragonflies around and about. They are so beautiful. So I was excited to see the wonderful Dragonfly Dreams bundle in the Occasions Catalog.
The In the Meadow stamp set paired perfectly with the Dragonfly Dreams bundle to make this card.
Supplies you will need to CASE this card!
- Dragonfly Dreams bundle
- In the Meadow stamp set
- Gorgeous Grunge stamp set
- Old Olive card stock 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ folded in half for the card base.
- Early Espresso card stock 5 1/4″ x 4″
- Very Vanilla card stock 5″ x 3 3/4″
- Crumb Cake ink
- Soft Suede ink
- Old Olive ink
- Your choice of ribbon or lace
How to recreate this card –
- Die cut out the dragonfly pieces from Old Olive and Early Espresso card stock
- Using Crumb Cake ink, stamp the flowers 3 times across at about 1/3 of the way up from the bottom on the Very Vanilla card stock.
- Using the Soft Suede ink, stamp the flowers 2 times beneath the previously stamped flowers, with a third flower stamped even lower and partially off the paper.
- Using Old Olive ink stamp the splatter beneath the Soft Suede flowers.
- Sponge the edges of the Very Vanilla card stock with Soft Suede.
- Adhere your lace or ribbon to the bottom portion of the Very Vanilla piece. I also tied a piece of Baker’s Twine around the lace to add interest.
- Glue the detailed dragonfly to the plain dragonfly and adhere to the Very Vanilla card stock as shown.
- Add the rhinestones.
- Glue the Early Espresso card stock to the folded Old Olive card stock. Then glue the Very Vanilla piece to the Early Espresso piece.
For the inside of the card:
- Stamp the dragonfly in the corner using Crumb Cake ink.
- Stamp the flowers in the corner using Crumb Cake ink.
The Hey, Chick stamp set has got to be one of the cutest chicken sets I’ve seen. The chickens are so sassy to me – just love them! And, this stamp set is a Sale-a-bration set so it is free if you spend $50 (USA), before shipping and tax.
When I was coloring these chickens I thought of all the people I know who have been putting fun colors in their hair like purple, blue, red… So when I colored these gals I decided they needed to have their own “do” going on!
Don’t you just love these girls! These particular chickens are Polish Frizzle Bantam White Chickens and the stamp set was designed by Lori Sume.
I hope you enjoyed what I shared with you for this hop. If you would like to leave a comment, click on the bubble at the top of this post. I’d love to hear from you.
Thank you for stopping by.
It’s time to visit with our next talented blog hop artist, Lisa Kmiec. I wonder what you will be CASing from her projects.
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