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Hot Dog! It’s the Daisy Doodles Blog Hop!

Welcome to Daisy Doodles BIG celebration blog hop. There is plenty to celebrate today, June 3rd. You should be arriving from Kathy’s blog. If not you may want to start at the beginning at the Daisy Doodles Creative Challenge blog.

For my project, I made a birthday card using an image from the digital stamp set “Take Away”. The inside sentiment says “I hope you relish your day! Happy Birthday!” I just couldn’t resist being a little punny.

(front of card)

(Inside of card)

Here is a look at the entire set.

You can win “Take Away…” by entering your name in the linky tool at the end of my post before midnight on June 5th. One lucky winner will be chosen at random and announced both here and on the Daisy Doodles Creative Challenge blog on June 12th, so be sure to stop back.

There is a big 50% off sale at the store going on June 3-5, too! You may want to head over there after the hop or right now to get that image that you have been wanting to enter Daisy's challenges. June 15th there will be a mini challenge at the DD Creative Challenge blog ...a Daisy Doodles image must be used to participate and win a gift certificate to the store!!

Your next stop on the hop is my 9-year old daughter, Liz. Please give her lots of love, it’s her very first blog hop. If you get lost on the hop, the entire blog hop list can be found on the Daisy Doodles Creative Challenge blog.

Thank you for hopping by!

Supplies:

  • Stamps: Take Away by Daisy Doodles
  • Inks: Distress Inks Antique Linen & Tea Dye
  • Papers & CS: Papertrey kraft and dark chocolate CS, Neenah Solar Crest CS, My Mind's Eye Complete Boy paper pack, My Mind's Eye Breaking Free Blue Texture DP
  • Tools: Sewing machine, Big Shot, Seeing Spots embossing folder, piercing tool, Copic markers
  • Embellishments: Papertrey bakers twine, misc. button, Carolee's Creations Adornit Tiny Etched Natural alphabet stickers

Challenges:

Comments

Carrie Sampsel said…
This is too cute. I love the hotdog. :) TFS
Joanne Gilch said…
Hot Dog...your post looks great! And you did the sketch. So glad that you put mustard on your hot dog. I do relish that sentiment inside. hugs, jo
Jean said…
What a cute card, I was busy making a card and skipped dinner though... Haha thanks for dropping by!
Kary said…
What a fun card, Cheryl!! So very cute!!
Stampin Lucy said…
LOVE the saying, and you did wonderfully with the sketch!! Great colors, everything is fab!!
Jules said…
Brilliant card Cheryl, I love the sentiment too :)
Thanks so much for joining the dt on the hop, it's great to have you with us...keep up the great work!
Kathy and Lucky said…
Your cards are so much fun to look out, all the great details that you pay attention too and this one is no different, such a great card. Love the image, just fun, the dp, the stitching and the layout. Love it. Have a great weekend.
Rhonda said…
WOW Cheryl!! I love this! I have wanted so many times to use this image and drew a blank! Well done. You rock ... Thank you so much for joining us in our hop! I need to go get me a hot dog now. :)
Riet said…
What a gorgeous cards Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
Helene said…
This is such a fun card :-)
Made by Mandy said…
What a great card, lots of details in it and the food set looks fun to use.

Great to be taking part in the blog hop with you.

Love Mandy xxx
1CardCreator said…
Such a cute card Cheryl, love the sentiment too!
~Laurie said…
Super cute card and oh so punny! TFS!
Audrey said…
What a cute card. Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments.
lol, what a funny card! Love the sentiment :)
off to Liz's blog!
HandmadebyTLC said…
You should be very proud of Liz! She is delightfully talented and I left her a message and became a follower! Thanks for shairing
Wendi said…
What a fab fun card
Thank you so much for sharing with us at ooh la la this week
Wendi
Michelle VP said…
What a fun card! You colored that hot dog perfectly. :) You should add some green flower soft or something for relish on it too, lol. :)
Sammibug said…
OMG this is too cute! The sentiment is perfect for the image! Love it! It's wonderful to be part of this hop with you!
Shelly Schmidt said…
{Grin} I love your punny card- I am not a Hot Dog lover, but can think of a few people this card would work perfectly for. Off to hop with Liz- awesome she joined in the hop!
Gemma said…
a lovely creation! Thanks for joining in at AUD sentiments! Gemma :)
Cheryl said…
FANTASIC,what a fabulous image and love those papers!!!
xx
Audrey Pettit said…
What an absolutely fantastic and unique card, Cheryl! Only you could make a hot dog look so elegant and well designed. ;) LOVE that pun sentiment. Totally makes me smile.
Nikki Byrne said…
Ha ha this is sooo cool. Lovethe hot dog. It has been great fun being GDT for MAy at Daisy doodles

Nikki
DesigNeAl said…
What a fun card!
Thanks for joining us at Ooh la la this week with your beautiful creation; we hope to see you again soon x
What a fun stamp set. Your card is super cute!
Kathy said…
This is great Cheryl, such a fun card. Love the sentiment you used inside, very clever!
Iris said…
Amazing card! Love the stitching!
Josephine said…
Looks good enough to eat!
Lesley said…
Great card! Thanks for taking part in the MTTC challenge xx
Stephanie said…
Great card! I love the sentiment. Happy to be participating in the hop with you.
Stephanie said…
Great card! I love the sentiment. Happy to be participating in the hop with you.
Wendy said…
What a cool card! The sentiments is just perfect! Thanks for joining us over at PCJ.

Hugs,
Wendy
Dawn♥ said…
Beautiful job well done using the Stitch challenge over at Wags 'n Whiskers. Thanks for joining in. Dawn♥

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