Friday, December 1, 2017

Christmas Blog Hop


I am super excited today, we are showcasing The Project Bin's fabulous Christmas sentiments in a blog hop sponsored by Card Maker magazine.

The next stop in the blog hop is Clare Prezzia

If for some reason one of the links do not work, you can start from the top at the Card Maker's blog or at the end The Project Bin!    Enjoy the hop!! 

I am super proud of Denise the amazing designer who saw that the crafting community needed beautiful sentiments and with that dream went out and and created them.    Now she has an amazing website where you can get these one of a kind sentiments and has a talented group of designers who create the most beautiful projects with her stamp sets that she showcases on her blog, Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.

The first two cards I created for this amazing blog hop were with the Luke 2 stamp set.    Both cards I paired up with the beautiful Stampin' Up!  Bethlehem thinlits.   The sentiment on the first card was heat embossed and then paired up with the Merry Little Christmas designer series paper.   Baker's Twine and enamel dots complete the first card.

The second card I created a Distress Oxide background with Broken China, Salty Ocean and Peacock Feathers ink.    



The last card for this blog hop I used the Joyful Song stamp set by The Project Bin.    I love the similicity of this card.   The angel by Taloyer was die cut.    The sentiment was heat embossed.   The half circle was created by tracing my Rubbermaid container lid and then cutting it out.    Pearls and sequins complete the card.       The card stock is Soft Sky. 

Hope you enjoyed this stop in the blog hop.  

Thank you for stopping by and hope to see you in the future.    Feel free to connect with me on Facebook, Instagram or Pinterest.

The next stop in the blog hop is Clare Prezzia

If for some reason one of the links do not work, you can start from the top at the Card Maker's blog or at the end The Project Bin!    Enjoy the hop!! 


14 comments:

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Stasia, WOW! You've created not one amazing card, but three... each one so beautiful! Love what you've done with TPB stamps!

Barb said...

Stasha--I love your cards. They work perfectly with the dies you used.

Betty said...

Love all three of your cards!! So pretty! Thank you for sharing!

MiamiKel said...

Oh Stasia - such beauty on the blog today no way to pick a favorite with these three gorgeous holiday cards! Big hugs to you!!

Pamela Haskin said...

Love your cards!

Nancy said...

Wow! Beautiful cards, Stasia! That Bethlehem thinlit is really great, and I love what you've done with it! :o)

Anonymous said...

Great cards, Stasia, but I really love that first card!

:: BlueInks :: said...

These cards showcase the sentiments so well. The colors are perfect too!

Denise Storck said...

Stasia, I don't know which one I like best - they're all awesome!

grannie8 said...

I love the thinlets. It’s amazing by just changing up colors, the impact changes each time.

Mary D

Janeen said...

beautiful silhouettes. TPB has the best sentiments

My Kraft Kloset.Kim Klinkovsky said...

Just stunning! I Love these! I love your colors, patterns, and design. Thank you! Happy Holidays!

Michele said...

i love the beauty and simplicity of these cards. xo

Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

That’s such a great set of cards ! margessw@icloud.com