Poignant Poppies Blog Hop
Hello Crafty Friends, Hope you all had a wonderful and safe Halloween, and didn’t steal too much of your children’s candy lol
It's a new month which means its time for a new blog with Scrap’n Stamp Canada. This month's theme is Remembrance, Friendship, thank you, sympathy or just anything pretty and floral featuring Poppies.
Come join us over on the Scrap’n Stamp challenge page to play along and create with Poppies.
Themes of remembrance, sympathy, thanks, friendship... or just pretty florals!
Make sure to leave some love to be entered to win a $50 gift certificate
We will announce the winner on Nov 19.
To go along with our theme Scrap’ Stamp has 20% off all poppy themed products this weekend.
Happy Almost Halloween,
I am on the Scrap’n Stamp blog today with a fun little easel card inspired by the classic Peanuts book "The legend of the Great Pumpkin". For this card which should have been two but I had a little oops along the way, I am featuring the Lawn Fawn Stitched Pumpkin dies, as well the amazing distress oxides.
there Scrap’n StampIf you have not had the chance to play with some distress oxide please make sure to check out the hot deals page as there are some amazing deals on sets of the oxide ink pads -just click on the hot deals picture above to be taken there.
Hello and Happy Saturday
I am so so very excited that I can finally share the news that I have made it on the Official Scrap’N Stamp design team!
I have loved being part of the blog hops with all of the amazing designers, but to be part of something that is more official, is really exciting and worth all the work. I have to say it has not been easy, with alot of up’s and downs and rejections, but you just have to keep trying till the right fit comes along. I share that so those that are in the same position know not to give up because we will all have our chance.
Thank you Raya and Tara for this wonderful opportunity.
NOW, on to the cards. I was so excited and having so much fun with the process that I went a little crazy and made 8 cards. Which I call “Hello to new Adventures!”