Supplies: – Apron Lace Border Punch – Fiskars; Cardstock - WorldWin, Bazzilll; Pattern Paper – Pink Paislee; Die Templates – Spellbinders; Ribbon – May Art; Pins – Maya Road, Stamps – Gina K Designs (Autumn Splendor Stamp TV Kit) Markers – Copic; Ink – Ranger distress ink
Hi there! Welcome to the Orangest blog hop evah! Actually, it might not be full of orange projects but it will consist of a group of Fiskateers who share a common passion for crafting! It’s great to be apart of an online board with a group of friends who can encourage and inspire one another. It’s been an amazing journey!
If you have come from Shannon White’s blog then you are right on track! If you just happened upon this blog hop and would like to start at the beginning you can start by clicking here to get to the Fiskateer board or the first link listed below.
When creating my ‘So Grateful’ card, I used my Fiskars Rotary trimmer (as I do with every project!) I also used one of my favorite border punches called ‘Apron Lace.’ It’s the white strip on the right hand side. I had fun coloring in my stamped image with my copics.
If I could send each and every one of you this card I would. The truth is, I really am SO GRATEFUL for my blog readers. You can’t imagine how much your comments mean to me. So for today, one lucky reader will win a package of rain dots and some other fun embellishments that I have ready to go for you. And, if you keep on hoppin’ you may find a little more eye candy!
**UPDATE** I’ve had several questions about the ribbon on my card. The bow at the top is from ribbon that I created with Hug Snug Seam Binding and Tattered Angel Glimmer Mist. I’ll do a tutorial in the next few days so you can see how it’s done. The ribbon at the bottom that I sewed on the card is May Arts ribbon.
I also wanted to mention some exciting news. I found out that one of my favorite layouts has been published this month here at Scrapbooking.com. Thanks for lettin’ me share!
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