Card Creations vol. 11 Blog Hop

Hello & welcome to the Paper Crafts Magazine Card Creations vol. 11 Blog Hop! You should have arrived here from the blog of the amazingly talented Karolyn Loncon! I am so honored to be part of this hop – it is a truly inspiring line up of creative designers.
 This issue is full of such wonderful creations – and you have a chance to win a free copy right here! All you need to do is leave a comment by Tuesday March 12th for a chance to snag a copy. Don’t forget to visit all the designers along the way – more chances to win & so many amazing cards to check out.

For the project today we were asked to use one of the downloadable sentiments available on the Paper Crafts website here. I am visiting family right now in California and have ZERO supplies with me. Luckily my mom is an avid quilter and we made do with a sewing machine and some new goodies. It was a good creative challenge to come up with something without my paper trimmer, scissors, inks & stamps!

Hope you enjoyed this little creation – remember to comment for your chance to win & enjoy your next stop over at Rae Barthel‘s blog! And in case you get lost along the way – here is a list of the complete blog hop:

Thanks so much for stopping by!
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Comments

  1. says

    I’ve been making TONS of pinwheels lately so your card really caught my eye! Love the bright and Spring isn colors and the stitching is amazing! Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. says

    Awww!! I find the combo of pink and green to be so pretty, sweet and happy!!! :D LOVE that tiny pinwheel–SO stinkin’ cute!!! :D Beautiful card creation!

  3. says

    This is so neat! I love the way you’ve used stitching to really create a fun and dynamic design. I also love the colors you’ve used and the way the pink and green really pop off the more muted background.

  4. says

    Congrats on your pub, Rachel! This card is so cheerful and fun! I LOVE how the stitched lines radiate out from the focal point! And the pinwheel is super cute too!

  5. says

    Love the pinwheel here. This blog hop has been fun as I have seen all the projects using the free downloads. I would love to win a copy of this issue!!! Thanks for the chance.

  6. says

    You certainly rose to the challenge Rachel! Hope you are having a wonderful visit with your mom. Cherish that time.

  7. says

    You and momma did good! You may have opened up a whole new way to make cards for yourself. It came out great. I’m a sucker for stitching and whirlygigs!

  8. says

    I’m thrilled to be able to have a chance to win this issue; the cards created are amazing! Thanks for the opportunity and inspiration!

  9. says

    I would have panicked without all my supplies but you rocked this card. Love the stitching and that sweet little pinwheel!

  10. says

    The card is so lovely! Love the radiating lines – it gives a lot of energy to the card, which matches the springy feel of the sentiment.

  11. says

    This is simply amazing. I wouldn’t have known where to begin without my stamping supplies. It turned out to be a beautiful birthday card ~ pinwheel and all.

  12. says

    This is simply amazing. I wouldn’t have known where to begin without my stamping supplies. It turned out to be a beautiful birthday card ~ pinwheel and all.

  13. says

    This is simply amazing. I wouldn’t have known where to begin without my stamping supplies. It turned out to be a beautiful birthday card ~ pinwheel and all.