Friday, October 02, 2009

CropStop Blog Hop!

Hi everyone! Thanks for joining the CropStop Creative Team for our World Card Making Day Blog Hop! We had so much fun last year that we decided to repeat the festivities! On each stop of the Hop you will get to enjoy fabulous projects made by the CT members, some hints about how to create the projects, and a MYSTERY letter (or two)! At the end of the blog hop you will put all those letters together to get a coupon code which is good at the CropStop Store. If you didn't reach me from the blog hop, remember to start at the CropStop Blog - or you won't get your letters in the right order.

Before you collect your letter from me and hop on, here is my project for the Hop!

This is a 5x5 card made from pink, textured Close to My Heart cardstock. I then embossed white cardstock with the Cuttlebug 1916 Victoria embossing folder. I rubbed QuickQuotes pink cheeks powder puff ink over the embossing. To this base, I attached a panel of printed paper which I cut and embossed using the Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels 1 die.

I then cut and embossed another white panel with the Spellbinders Renaissance Hearts medallion die. I also inked this with the QQ ink. I cut and embossed the center of the medallion out of the printed paper.

I finished the card with some sheer ribbon and two pins. I hope you enjoyed my little pink project! Now...let's HOP!

Here is the list of the Blog HOP train! So jump in and have some fun! Make sure to follow us in order. You should be coming to me from Jessica and then go on to Marianne. Click the links below!


Collect this MYSTERY letter from my blog: I. Now go to your next stop with Marianne. Remember, if any of the links are broken or you get lost, just return to the CropStop blog and click the correct CT link. I hope you have a wonderful day of card making!

19 comments:

  1. Hi Gloria

    What a stunning card! I just love it!.

    Happy card making day to you!

    Love Elise

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  2. Wow, Gloria. The combination of die cuts and embossing is fabulous! Great inking and love the color choices! Just beautiful, girl! Happy World Card Making Day!!!

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  3. I am in love with pink! Can't wait to make this one.

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  4. Beautiful card! Loving the blog hop! :)

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  5. Gorgeous! Love the pink and those Nestie medallions are fabulous! xxD

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  6. I just love your card, it is so beautiful!!!

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  7. I love cards made with pendants. I need to try one. Thanks for the idea.

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  8. Lovely card, Gloria! The color combo is so pretty.

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  9. Debby from Pgh,Pa8:23 AM

    Hi Gloria,
    Love the pink card. I don't use my nestabilities enough, so any ideas on how to, helps me a lot. Happy card making day!

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  10. Great card, I love pink!

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  11. HI Gloria! I love your pretty card. I love the way you can put different elements together for such a great look.

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  12. What a beautiful card sweetie, love that spellbinder

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  13. gloria, this is gorgeous, you are really loving that victorian embossing folder!

    - dalis

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  14. I absolutely love your card and all the texture. The pink is one of my favorite colors too. TFS

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  15. A beautiful card!

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  16. Beautiful card!!

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  17. Gorgeous card. I love your ink-abilities on the embossed background, wow!

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  18. What an elegant card!

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