Welcome to the CutCardstock Valentine's Day Blog Hop! We are so excited you are here. So grab a cuppa and hop along with us! Oh and before you hop, there is a $40 gift card up for grabs for CutCardstock.
How awesome is that! To be eligible for the $40 gift card, you must comment at each stop along the hop or upload a project that includes product from CutCardStock to the CutCardstock blog. The winner will be randomly selected via number generator and announced on Monday, February 8th on the CutCardstock Blog and Facebook page.Here are the hop stops!
- Judy VZ
- Teri (YOU ARRIVED FROM HERE)
- Judy M (YOU ARE HERE)
- CutCardstock.Blog (NEXR IS YOUR LAST STOP)
So take a look at what I came up with! I am using Classic Crest Natural White 110 pound cardstock for my card base which I cut to 5 12 by 8 1/2 inches and then scored and folded at 4 1/4 inches to create my card base. I am then cutting a layer of Razzleberry Pop-Tone Cardstock to 4 1/4 by 5 1/2 for my base layer. For my next layer I used a die layering set from Lawn Fawn to cut this layer from patterned cardstock from this great product from CutCardstock called Premium 6x6 Assorted Dots and Stripes Discounted Card Stock. I really adore this product and it is really a must for every cardmakers craftroom. Next I used a layering die from a Lawn Fawn layering set and cut it twice, once from the Razzleberry Pop-Tone Cardstock and once from the original white cardstock I had used on the base. I used the center rectangle from the white and the frame from the Razzleberry Pop-Tone Cardstock to create another layer. I then attached these layers with Scor-Tape.
Next I used a new fabulous heart die and shaker parts and pieces from a new set from Queen and Company called Love Letter Shaker Kit. For the heart I used Razzleberry Pop-Tone Cardstock. I then used a stamp that is included with the set for my sentiment which I stamped with Catherine Poolers new ink called Pucker Up. I again used leftover pieces of the same white and Razzleberry cardstock for my sentiment. I then filled my heart shaker with an older sequin mix from Sparkle Blends called Rosey Gold.
So next head on over to the CutCardstock Blog, where you can link up your own creation and finish out the hop! I do hope you like this project and as always, I can't wait to see what you create!