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Shop Pumpkin Spice March Blog Hop

Welcome to the March blog hop for Shop Pumpkin Spice!   I am your very first stop on the hop.  

 

Today also kicks of the new weekly challenge at the Pumpkin Spice blog.  Our challenge this week is “Use green and 4 of something.”    For my project, I used both the color green and green in the sense of recycling.   The heart is cut from a recycled Starbucks coffee sleeve.     These beautiful green designer papers are from Lily Bee Designs Handmade 6x6 Tiny Tablet, which is my latest favorite.  You can purchase this tablet at Shop Pumpkin Spice for only $4.20.     All card stock is from Bazzill Basics.

 

 

2013-03-02 PSS Good Luck hop card WM

 

Your next stop on the hop is the talented Heather.  I know she has something fabulous for you.

 

In case you get lost along the way, here is the complete blog hop list:

 

Stop by the Pumpkin Spice blog to link up your “Green & 4 of something” project and to see the challenge details.

 

Thank you for stopping by and hopping with us!  I hope you have a fabulous day!

 

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Comments

Sonia said…
What a wonderful work my dear ^_^
Lovely green color with light brown^_^
Big hug,
Sonia
Riet said…
What a gorgeous card.

Hugs Riet.xx
Sue - bearhouse said…
This is gorgeous Cheryl. I love the design and the colours and textures are fabulous
Sue xx
June Houck said…
I love EVERYTHING about this card, Cheryl...the scallop border, pennant, alphas, stitching, and corrugated heart :)
Carissa said…
Great job. Love the sentiments and the heart.
Dorcas Troche said…
This is adorable. What a brilliant idea to use the coffee sleeve. Beautiful job!

Dorcas
dtroche@bellsouth.net
flowerdisco said…
great card and in "amour" with the recycled corrugated heart. awesome thinking!
Patty said…
Very cute card...gotta love those greens!
Lisa said…
This is gorgeous, Cheryl!! I love the corrugated heart...it adds such great texture to the card!! The design is fabulous!! Happy Saturday :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts
Tracy said…
I see so many elements on this card that I like. The cardboard sleeve, the stitching, the fun word die cut. It's just a beautifully balanced card Cheryl. Hugs!
Violets Corner said…
Absolutely gorgeous Cheryl, it's very inspiring.

Warm hugs
Maarit
Sandra H said…
Lovely card Cheryl x
1CardCreator said…
Beautiful card, I love the script too! ~Diane
Birgit said…
OK Tried to leave a message not sure if you got it-This card is great and love the stitching which i can not do:) I saw this on MIM
tiggertastic said…
love the texture


Good luck in the challenges, hugs Sarah-Louise My Blog - Tiggertastic

Designing for:

Sketch Saturday , Bearly Mine Designs and Kenny K
Pam said…
Great card! Love all the texture and the colors!
Pam
scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com
Erin Monahan said…
This Irish girl LOVES your rich emerald greens!
Penny said…
What fun when you can recycle! Love that fun heart! Your design is so cute, love your papers, die cuts, stitching, and sentiment. Thank you for sharing this with us at TTCRD. Hope to see you again soon! :^)
Hugs, Penny
This is so darling! LOVE the idea of using a coffee sleeve to cut the heart! So fun!

housesbuiltofcards@gmail.com
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Billie A said…
I saw you on MIM. I love this simple but darling look. Great card great colors and love the dies. Wonderful.
Wonderful St Patty card...love it! Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Pink Elephant!
Sheri~TPE DT
Janine said…
Beautiful card Cheryl.
Thanks for joining us at Divas by Design.
Hugs, Janine xx
DIANA L. said…
This is so pretty I love all yur design elements the heart is super and the colors are perfect for the theme
Thank you for your inspiration
DIANA L.
http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com
Denine said…
Beautiful Card Cheryl. I love the recycled element as well.
Jacilynn said…
i really love this. the perfect amount of green.
x
Joy said…
Absolutely gorgeous St Patricks Day card.. thanks for joining us at Simon Says Challenge blog
cotnob said…
This is a fabulous card Cheryl, I love the combination of patterns and textures.
Thank you for joining us at Crafting for all Seasons.
Pauline
x
Lisa S. said…
I love your St. Patty's Day card Cheryl! Thanks for joining us at Make It Monday.
Fabulous job on the card. The stitching is perfect. The recycled coffee sleeve is brillant! Thank you so much for joining us at Cards in Envy! Hope to see you again on our upcoming challenges.
Danie May said…
What a great St Patty's Day Card! I love the contrast of the different patterns and your coffee sleeve heart! Thanks so much for joining us at Cards in Envy this past fortnight!
Danie xx
Missy said…
Fabulous Cheryl, love how you did the heart!!
Wow fabulous card! Love all of the layering! THanks for joining us at Cards In Envy!
Lisa
Jennifer said…
Fabulous card, Cheryl...LOVE your recycling. However, our challenge theme this week is 'Use Your Favourite Colour'. 'Anything Goes' was our theme last week, so sadly your lovely card is not eligble for a prize.

We hope you can join us for future challenges.

Hugs,
Jennifer. x
Jingle said…
This is fantastic! Love the layers on this! Thank you so much for playing along with us over at the Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog!
Lori said…
Awesome card!! Look at all that wonderful stitching! Thanks for joining in my challenge at 4 Crafty Chicks this week :)
Tamie said…
Incredible stitching and I love all of the green, it reminds me of St. Patrick's day...good luck is an amazing sentiment. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful creation with us at 4 Crafty Chicks.
Leanne said…
Thank you for playing our stitching challenge at 4 Crafty Chicks!
Total Awesome-ness Cheryl!!!!!!!!
marg0006 said…
So cute with the different textures.

marg0006 at verizon dot net
loving Scrapper 101

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