Tuesday, November 5, 2019
New Product Blog Hop
Welcome to the November-December New Product Blog Hop. You should have come from Gina's blog. There are LOTS of consultants participating, so be sure you make it all the way around. If you get lost, head over to Melinda's blog for a complete list of participants.
As much as I love Christmas, I have something even more exciting to look forward to...my daughter and son-in-law's gender reveal party. This is our first grandchild, and we are over-the-moon excited about it. The fun thing is that, not only is our daughter pregnant, many of her friends are also getting pregnant, so I'm back to making baby cards a lot. I took the Buttoned Up Thin Cuts designed to make Santa's beard and belt and turned it into this...
I used Ballerina and Carolina cardstock, alternating between the light and darker sides of the paper for the dual tone. I love this two-tone feature!! I also used vellum paper with the sentiment from one of the Melissa Esplin sets in the Core Catalog embossed in white layered over top. I used vellum paper because didn't want my sentiment to take away from the pattern I'd created with the thin cuts. I did a similar design in the second card of this post.
There are so many ways to use this Buttoned Up Thin Cut set. I wanted to show you more, but I'm in the middle of promoting The Telegraph Proposal, the final book of The Montana Brides series...so I'm in Montana! I actually made this card at 4am the morning I left. I barely had time to finish it and get it photographed before packing up the car and heading out.
Now it's time to head over to Lauren's blog to see what she's created. Again, be sure to get all the way through the hop as there's wonderful inspiration to be had.
Until next time,
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Now how adorable is that?! Love it!ReplyDelete
Loving how you used these thing cuts! So original. Thank you for joining the hop this month. I can't wait to see what you create next! ☕💙MissCReplyDelete
OH, this card is so perfect for a gender reveal... love to see products used in ways other than for which they are intended.ReplyDelete
Well how clever! Love this idea and it looks great on your card.ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh! So cute!ReplyDelete
This is super cute. Love how you used the thin cuts for this card. Great job.ReplyDelete
What an absolutely adorable twist! And a big CONGRATS to you and your family!ReplyDelete
So cute! Love it!ReplyDelete
What a fabulous idea- I absolutely love this design!ReplyDelete