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Pumpkin Spice– For Mom

I have another card for Mother’s Day to share with you today.  

Although I always love October Afternoon’s paper collections, I especially love Woodland Park.   Since I had the papers sitting on my desk after making this card for the Pumpkin Spice blog hop, I decided to see what else I could create.   

 

2013-05-04  PSS Mom hex butterfly card WM

 

I created my chipboard letters by adhering kraft cardstock to a piece of cardboard from a cereal box before using alphabet dies to cut them out.   This is a cheap and easy way to have chipboard pieces that match any project.    You can see the Bazzill Basics card stock carried by ShopPumpkinSpice here.

 

You still have plenty of time to celebrate National Scrapbooking Day and join in the fun we had at the Pumpkin Spice blog.     Challenges are open until 6 pm Friday, May 10th.   Each challenge winner will receive a $20 GC to ShopPumpkinSpice.

Thank you for stopping by!  Have a great day!

 

Supplies:

  • Stamps:  None
  • Inks:  None
  • Papers:  Bazzill Basics kraft, white, & red CS, October Afternoon Woodland Park 8x8 paper pack, Stampin’ Up Vellum, misc. cereal box
  • Tools:  Sewing machine, Big Shot, Taylored Expressions Woodgrain impression plate, Papertrey letter dies, Die-namics hexagon dies, Martha Stewart butterfly punch, Heat It craft tool
  • Embellishments:  misc. pearls, Ranger super fine clear embossing powder
  • Fonts:  Bradley Hand ITC
  • Sketch:  CAS(e) This Sketch #12

Challenges:

Comments

Sandra H said…
Morning....Aww wow this is sooooooo Lovley!! so beautifully presented with lots of detail added xx
Imke said…
Amazing card, Cheryl. Love the hexagons and your layout.
Gorgeous card, Cheryl I like the design the papers and the butterfly.
Kevin xx
Stef H said…
this is gorgeous! yep. i found that cereal boxes are the perfect weight to die cut too.

and look at all those challenges! if you don't win something... then i'd be questioning their taste! but that's just me.

hugs :)
Davi said…
So pertty Cheryl!! I love the way you did the design down the side! I like to use old boxes too, great recycle :)
1CardCreator said…
Love the colors, sweet card! ~Diane
Riet said…
What a gorgeous card.

Hugs Riet.xx
Marianne said…
This is lovely Cheryl. Fabuolous design and colours.
Donna Mosley said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl, love the fab design.

Donna x
Anita said…
Beautiful card Cheryl. Love the papers and the hexagons look fabulous in your design.
Susan Kennedy said…
This is beautiful!! I love the hexagons! This is just really beautiful!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at One Stitch At A Time!!! Good Luck! I hope I see you again for our next challenge :)

- Susan, DT @ OSAAT
{Scrap A Thousand Words}
{Sentimental Susan}
SO CUTE, Cheryl! Thanks for sharing with us this week at The Kraft Journal.
Karen
Denine said…
Cheryl, Gorgeous card.
hugs,
Denine
Lisa S. said…
Love your card Cheryl! Thanks for joining us at Make It Monday.
Cindy Vernon said…
Lovely card. Thanks for playing along with Paper Playtime.
Denise said…
What a lovely card! The Mum that receives this card is 1 lucky lady.
Thank you for sharing your creativity with us this week at Hobbucutz.
Best of luck.
We would love to have you visit and joining into the next Challenge that is starting on Sunday - Challenge#6 - More than 1 fold and it runs for a fortnight.
Crafty Hugs
Denise
http://dixicreations.blogspot.co.uk/
jessica said…
What a gorgeous card!! I love the colors, pattern paper and great card LO!
Thanks for sharing and linking this up over at The Kraft Journal for our "Just For Her" Challenge!
I hope to see you back on Monday for a brand new challenge!
Jessica
TKJ~DT
Desire Fourie said…
Such a wonderful creation with great attention to detail. Thanks for sharing your talent with us. Good luck.
Hugs
Desíre
{Tammy’s Scrapin Corner Senior DT Member}
{Doing Life – my personal blog}
Creative M said…
Such a Beautiful card!
Thanks for joining us at Cut It Up Challenge.
Have a wonderful day,
Migdalia
♥ Crafting With Creative M ♥
♥ 2 Creative Chicks ♥
♥ Silhouette Challenges ♥
Oh I love this. TFS with us over at Eclectic Ellapu this week and hope to see you in future challenge.
Elaine aka Ellapu
Josephine said…
Fabulous card - love the octagon border!

Thanks for joining us at One Stitch at a Time this week, and good luck!
Pia S said…
I just love your "home made" chipboard letters - they're so decorative! I like the patchwork border too and the way it adds color to this beautiful card! Well done! Btw, Im'visiting from MIM.
Laurian said…
What a beautiful card!
Thanks for joining us at Eclectic Ellapu and I hope we'll see you again soon!

Hugs
Laurian
Jenn Bedient said…
What a great card! Love the design and thanks for the tip on the chipboard. Thanks so much for sharing with us at 613 Avenue Create. Hope you have a fabulous day!

- Jenn DT
Karen said…
So pretty! The machine stitching looks great and I love the papers you used! Thanks for playing along at Cut It Up Challenges! :)

Karen
craftedwithlovebykaren.blogspot.com
Mema's Crafts said…
This is so lovely. Really beautiful. Thanks for stopping by Mema's Crafts and sharing your talent. We hope you will visit often and good luck in the challenge.
Missy said…
This is so pretty Cheryl I love the stitching and row of hexagons!!
mags said…
A lovely creation. Thanks for sharing with us at Hobbycutz Challenges and good luck.
Mags
x
Fantastic card! I just bought the Woodland pack...hope my cards look half as nice as yours!! :)
Cheryl said…
What a pretty card.

Thanks for joining us at Eureka Stamps this week.
Cheryl said…
What a pretty card.

Thanks for joining us at Eureka Stamps this week.
Deonna Bemish said…
Great use of Chipboard and Beautiful card. Thank you for sharing with QKR Stampede.
Donna Ellis said…
How pretty, Cheryl. LOVE the way you have utilized the designer papers, and gorgeous design elements. Very pretty card! hugs, de
Betty said…
This is a great design with lots of detail. Thank you for joining us at Whoopsi Daisy this week
Bettyxxx
Natali said…
Gorgeous CAS style card. Lovely pastels and great idea with sentiment.
Thank you for joining us at Hobbycutz “Mother`s Day” Challenge and we hope to see you again.
Hugs,
Natali
Hi Cheryl! Lovely as usual! Love the octagons, beautiful papers and the die cuts! Thanks for playing at 613 Avenue Create!

Kathi
Co-Owner
Sonia said…
Good morning my dearest friend^_^
Just gorgeous creation^_^
Happy weekend,
Sonia
Thanks for the great tip on making your own chipboard letters. They look great on your card. I always like when I can use up my scraps before clearing my desk and filing them. Makes me feel so efficient!
Thanks for joining us at Cut it Up Challenges!
Evelyn
Kathy said…
Really gorgeous Cheryl. Love the way you did the chip board letters, great idea. Such pretty papers, too.
Gorgeous card Cheryl!! I love it!! It is clean and simple; but so elegant. Beautiful creation!


Thank you for sharing your wonderful creation with us at Tammy's Scrapin Corner!! Have a fantastic day!! Hope to see you again next week. Hugs, Gloria DT

http://purpleglocreations.blogspot.com
Kim Ross said…
Cheryl, I think I'm in love! The hexagons are awesome and I'm a huge fan of sewing on cards. (So much a fan, in fact, that I finally took a sewing class last Sunday so I can do it, too.) Thanks so much for playing along & sharing your project with us at Cuttin' and Stampin'! :)
Karen C said…
awesome!! Thanks for entering our 'MOTHER'S DAY/FOR A SPECIAL LADY' challenge at Whoopsi Daisy this week! Best of luck in the draw! :)
Hugs,
Karen C - busybusyhoneybee
Eva Gro said…
Cool card!!

Thank you for entering our challenge over at OSAAT
Good luck in the draw! – Hope to see you again next week!

Hugs
Eva`s Scraproom
DT Member at OSAAT Challenge blog
Berni Cuttino said…
What a beauty and eye catching details. Beautifully crafted. Thanks for sharing your talent with us at Tammy’s Scrappin Corner.
Hugs Berni, DT
tammyscrapincorner.
Adrienne Crist said…
Wow! This card is so beautiful!
Thank you for joining us at Tammy's Scrapin Corner this week! Blessings, Adrienne, DT
Jacki Daniels said…


This is beautiful thanks for playing with us at PCJ this time
Jacki xx(PCJ DT)
http://scullduggery-cardsbyjacki.blogspot.co.uk/
http://punkyougirl.blogspot.co.uk/
Beautiful Mother's Day card! Thanks so much for joining us this week at The Pink Elephant!
This is really awesome. Just love the use of that cereal box! How awesome. Great idea.

Thanks for joining us at Eureka Stamps this week. Hope to see you again next week. DT Crafting Vicky
oh I'm back with a different dt hat on to say how awesome your card is!!! Totally love it.

Thanks for joining our fortnightly challenge here at Melonheadz friends challenge. Hope you will join us next time. DT Crafting Vicky
GiGi said…
This is so pretty! I love the chipboard "mom" and the stitching! Thanks for playing at My Craft Spot!
Very nice card. I love the chipboard letters. Great tip on using a cereal box. Thanks for playing along with us at Cuttin' and Stampin' this week.

Tammy S.
This is just BEAUTIFUL Cheryl! LOVE the hexagons with that beautiful paper! Thanks for joining us this week at My Craft Spot!!!

housesbuiltofcards@gmail.com
www.housesbuiltofcards.blogspot.com
Teresa said…
Very beautiful card...Thanks for sharing over at Cuttin and Stampin.

Teresa R.
DT~Cuttin' and Stampin"
Christy said…
Those hexagons are an awesome touch! :):) Thanks for joining us at Cut It Up this week for our Mother's Day challenge. :) :) :)
butterfly said…
Delicious... love the patterned paper hexagons! Thanks for playing along with us at Our Creative Corner.
Alison x
Laurart said…
Beautiful card! Thanks for sharing with us at Our Creative Corner - Love from Laura xxx
Great Mother's Day card!! Love your hexagons - even though I've banned them - since I have a hard time with them!! LOL

My poor mom had to get a 2012 leftover Mother's Day card! LOL

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