Wednesday, November 14, 2018

It's Blog Hop Time!

Welcome to the Stampers Anonymous Team Blog Hop! We are hoping to make this a regular occurrence. You can make the complete circuit and see all the lovely creations by following the links at the end of each post.

The lovely Nikki Stalker is our Blog Hop co-ordinator, and this month she has given us a sketch to work with. The inspiration for the sketch is from page 97 of the Annual Catalogue. Here is my take on the sketch:

I decided to leave a lot of white space on this card, so that my little Santa in his sleigh would really stand out. I've snipped him from the Santa's Workshop Designer Series Paper. There are so many cute images on this paper, it was hard to choose which one to use! I popped it up on dimensionals and also
added some enamel shapes for a bit of visual interest. The sentiment is from Hung with Care - a cute little Hostess Set in the Holiday Catalogue. I've stamped it in Soft Suede and punched it out with the Classic Label Punch.

Well, that’s all from me. Thanks for stopping by! Click on the button below to move to the next stop:

If you happen to lose your way here’s a list of all the participants:
1. Nikki Stalker
2. Olivia Liew
3. Melissa Gifford
4. Kerry Bunting
5. Kylie Page 
6. Sharon Wilson
7. Marelle Taylor (that's me!)
8. Amanda Higgins
9. Kristy Davy
10. Meighan Wheller
11. Elizabeth Yager

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  1. Such a cute image, Marelle. I love using lots of white space on cards too.

  2. This is such a cute card Marelle, I love the pops of red on the layers and the enamel dots for added interest.

  3. Fabulous CAS card Marelle. The random scattering of the enamel dots is just perfect.

  4. I love this Santa but so many cute images on there. Too hard for me to decide which to use.

  5. Fabulous card Marelle.

  6. I struggle with white spaces at times but you totally rocked it! Looks so good, Marelle!



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