Appearing on stage today is a card I made (and a card I received) as part of a fun card chain called Society of Stampaholics. Each month our energetic and talented hostess, Deborah, provides us with a Card Chain Challenge with options for colors, sketch, and theme.
Here were our guidelines for June:
The fishtail banner die is from My Favorite Things. The embossing folder used on the card base is from Cuttlebug. The circle die is from Nestabilities and it is embossed with a Darice e/f. The NBUS "Sweet" word die is from Serendipity Stamps.
And here is the adorable card that I received from Christy in California. Thank you, again, Christy!
|June SOS card chain mail sent to me by Christy at Flickr|
Continuing my last post, here are four more new friends for you to meet, who would love to meet you, in turn! When we visit, follow, and comment on our peers' blogs, we make them feel just as special as we feel when someone takes the time to do that for us!
Sandma of Sandma's Handmade Cards. Sandma is one of our newest neighbors in our wonderful community in Blogland! She just started her blog in April of this year! She is getting the hang of blogging and entering (and winning!) challenges, but her cards themselves are not beginner level. They are magnificent and you won't be sorry you stopped in to welcome her and show her some love!
Julie Tucker-Wolek of The Tucker-Wolek Clan. Julie is a card artist and scrapper who has been blogging her beautiful work since 2007!! If you want inspiration for warm and wonderful scrapbook layouts or cards or 3D projects, you will find it on Julie's fun and impressive blog!
Rose of Elegant Simplicity. Rose is from Brisbane, Australia. She just started her blog in January of this year, although she has been making card art since 1993. She loves all card styles from CAS to shabby chic and vintage. Again, please do take a minute and welcome and follow Rose to encourage her. Her latest card literally took my breath away!
Tina Riddle of Tina's Crop Shop. Tina blogged just a few times in 2013 and 2014, but this year she has really taken off and been productive on her blog, so you could say that she is also a newbie to the community. Your VFC (visit/follow/comment) would be a source of great encouragement. Her cards are beautiful, thoughtful, and executed with precision!
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