Saturday, January 15, 2011

My Pink Stamper Blog Hop

Friday night, Robyn over my My Pink Stamper held a blog hop with her new design team. To "shake things up a little", she added a twist to the hop. At each stop, you received a word, which then formed into a sentence with a special challenge.

I recently got the Doodlecharms cartridge and knew I wanted to use the mailbox for a Valentine's Day card. Then last week I found this cute patterned paper from Creative Imaginations and thought the two paired together really well. I added the "What's Up" stamp from Robyn's Punnylicious stamp set.

So, not only was I able to make my card today, but I can also add it into Robyn's hop.

I also wanted to include a little tip I learned from another one of my favorite blogs,
Kristina Werner. It has to do with my bow, which honestly I don't normally do. But she does this cool thing when making bows that you want to go all around the card.

What you do is cut a small slit in the folded side of the card and slide your ribbon through. It holds the ribbon in place while you make your bow and then you can also slide a gift card behind the ribbon on the inside.

Have a great night!



Your card is super sweet! Thanks for the bow tip! and for the very nice comments you left on my blog!

Dilsaver Designs

Really cute card and a tip to top it off! TFS :)


This card is Super Cute
I am now a follower

Cindy Vernon

REally cute and I was happy to see you use the mailbox and that it's from doodlecharms. I have this cart and will definitely be making a card with it.


How cute is that I love the stitched mailbox and the colors are great.


Cute card

Elizabeth (Beth) Moore

Hi Julie! You stopped by my blog today... Runs With Scraps and asked about the border punch that I used on the Popcorn slider tutorial. It is actually from EK Success Bracket Edger. Thanks for stopping by my blog!


Hi Julie!

I am awarding you the Stylish Blogger Award. All of your projects are so full of detail and are just so cute!! If you would like to "accept" the award :) the details are on my blog at

Keep up the good work!


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