Sunday, December 16, 2012

Blog Hop! Stephanie Barnard and Clearsnap!

As we get closer to the Holidays we get more pressed for time, so here is a quick and easy card I made with Stephanie Barnard Premium Dye Inks, and her amazing Chunky Glitter! Don't forget to comment on my blog and the other on the HOP for a chance to win prizes from The Stamps of Life and Clearsnap- deatils at the bottom of this post!
{For quick cardmaking I alway have my go to "Base Card"- corrugated cards from Michaels! So get your "go to" base; grab a doily, some Graphic 45 paper and tags, and a Chipboard die cut and we are off!}

{Start by Smooching your card base with Smooch Spritz in Vanilla Shimmer, then ink the edges with Stephanie Barnard Premium Dye Ink- I used Cornflower}

{then ink your doily with your color choice- then ink your chipboard frame with Frost White- I used one from Imaginarium Designs}
{Attach your doily, then a piece of your favorite paper- I am using Graphic 45's Place in Time January Cut aparts. Then add some Tombow 3D foam squares from their Crafters Collection-they have the tiny ones!- and attach over the top}

{For the finale I attached a chipboard tag and a sprig of glittery wire branch with a little sweet piece of lace-and voila!}
The Stamps of Life and Clearsnap are having a blog hop featuring The Stamps of Life stamps and Clearsnap inks and other fun products. Be sure you comment on all the stops along the hop because prizes will be randomly chosen among the comments! 
The Stamps of Life will be giving away a prize to 3 lucky people – one stamp set (of the winner’s choice) per winner. 
Clearsnap will be giving away an assortment of Stephanie Barnard Colorbox Premium Dye inks. Enter to win using the widget on the Clearsnap blog and by leaving a comment on each blog in the hop:

Diana Gonzalez - http://www.arteypoemas.com/
Denise Hahn - http://inmyblueroom.blogspot.com/ <---------you are="are" here="here" p="p">
Kim Pargeter - http://stampinriley.blogspot.com/ <-------next p="p" up="up">
Tami Sanders - http://tamisanders.com/
Jennifer Priest - http://hydrangeahippo.com






50 comments:

  1. Super Wow love the Vintage look and the layering is Awesome. love the colors thanks for sharing.

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  2. I love the blue look I did some blue cards this year too, it is so cute!

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  3. love your card, going to have to buy me some "base" cards, love those.

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  4. I LOVE this card!!! So many of you are using Kraft papers and it's stamps and shows up beautifully on it!!! I'm amazed. I've never used Clearsnap so I definitely want to try it!!! Thanks for the opportunity!!

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  5. I absolutely love the card. It is beautiful. Thanks for letting me see it.

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  6. Lovely card with the doily and glitter.

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  7. This card looks beautiful. Those details you put it make it awesome. Thanks for the idea b

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  8. Beautiful card, thanks for sharing.

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  9. beautiful! love the corrugated kraft background and use of the doily!

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  10. What a striking card! I love the textures and the layers on that center element!

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  11. The idea of inking the doily really makes the card stand out, and love how you used the Chunky Glitter on the frame.

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  12. Oh, now this is MY style!!! Love your card! I'm going to try that corrugated look :D

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  13. I love the old time feel and charm of the card.

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  14. I am also a fan of corrugated paper. Love the colour combo.
    Love
    Jeanette
    jgthrane@gmail.com

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  15. Beautiful card! Looks so complicated and elegant! You could sell it for millions!

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  16. Stunning! What attention to detail...

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  17. What an elegant card. Real "eye candy" for the recipient.

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  18. What a neat card!
    papercandy at gmail dot com

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  19. Such an elegant card. Thank you.

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  20. Gorgeous card!
    Hugs,
    Terri
    myneed2craft.blogspot.com
    myneed2craft dot gmail dot com

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  21. I love the vintage look, your card is beautiful.

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  22. WOW!! THis is SO BEAUTIFUL!! I LOVE the VINTAGE FEEL!! THANKS for sharing and for the chances to win!! Have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  23. Your card is perfect, I love all the layers! Your project is also the one I pinned for this blog hop!

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  24. Fantastic card...love the corrigated background, simple elegance with that G45, snd that cornstarch blue... so perfect!

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  25. Fabulous card! Love the supplies you used!

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  26. Great card! Thanks for the tutorial.

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  27. This is really a lovely card. It seems like I'm looking through a snowy window.

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  28. How innovative. happy holidays

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  29. Stunning card! Thanks for sharing!

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  30. I have some of the corrugated paper but I haven't used it yet. You've given me an idea of how to use it for a greeting card. Thanks.

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  31. Lovely quick card - of course it would take me hours to produce this!
    Julie

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  32. This is beautiful. I'm very impressed. Thanks for sharing.

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  33. My first thought was that this looks way too complicated, so thanks for simplifying the directions - very nice!

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  34. Great card - can't believe it's so simple to layer and get this look.

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  35. What a great & simple card, Denise! I love the colors! I don't stop by enough, but wanted to let you know that I admire your work and your awesome tutorials! Happy holidays. ♥

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