Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Calling All Sistah's Blog Hop

Hi Folks! Did you remember? It's the 17th of the month ... time to check yourself! And to have fun hopping on the CAS-ual Fridays Calling All Sistahs blog hop : ) 


You may have come from the lovely Kristie Goulet's blog. If you'd like to start at the beginning of the hop, head on over to the CAS-ual Fridays blog.

   
For this card, I used the ribbon and sentiment from Hope Ribbon. The ribbon is stamped in a few different colors. I love the large size of it, which easily fills your card without much effort at all. I wanted to play up the "you are loved" sentiment, so I colored in all the hearts that are part of the ribbon design. I kind of felt like a hidden shape puzzle, searching for all of those hearts. Fun! 


At this point in my card-making process, I usually step back to assess whether or not it needs sequins. Most of the time I'll add them, but in this case, I was happy to see how the pink hearts ended up filling in for my well-loved sequins. 

As such, it remains a true one-layer card. Woo-hoo!

I hope you're enjoying the hop so far; you're about halfway through. Should you be interested in purchasing anything from the Calling All Sistahs line, 50% of the profits  are donated to National Breast Cancer Foundation. New this month is an opportunity for you to participate in next month's blog hop. Check out all the details at CAS-ual Fridays, along with information on prizes.
   
 
Your next stop is the wonderful Kimberly Rendino who I am quite sure has something delightful in store for you. 
   
Thanks for stopping by!

30 comments:

  1. Love that you stamped each ribbon a different color, Kelly! And, yes those pink hearts are begging to be found & colored pink. :)

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  2. So gorgeous, Kelly! I love seeing that gorgeous ribbon stamped in different colors.

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  3. I love how the hearts just 'pop' off the page and support the sentiment. Beautiful card.

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  4. Gorgeous card! I love the different colored stamped hope ribbons, they look beautiful in all the colors and the pink hearts really do pop out at you! Love your card!

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  5. This is a great idea, I never would have thought of it! Beautiful!

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  6. Such a fabulous, creative way to stamp the ribbon, Kelly, love this!!

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  7. That is a beautiful, creative one-layer card.

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  8. I love all the wonderful colors you used! Beautiful!!

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  9. Kelly your background is amazing! Fantastic card for a good cause!

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  10. Unique idea. So pretty.
    Love it.
    thanks for sharing.

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  11. Love the pink hearts! thanks for sharing!

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  12. So pretty Kelly and I love how you took the time to play "Where's Waldo?" Lol----those hearts ...<3

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  13. I love how you combined the different pastel colors and made the hearts stand out. So pretty!

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  14. So soft and pretty, Kelly!

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  15. I love how you thought outside the box and chose complimentary colors instead of the normal pinks, except for the hearts, which are wonderful how they pop out :) Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Love your card. It is stunning! My sister is a BC survivor. Thank you for your support!~Kim K.

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  17. This is soft, delicate and ever so pretty Kelly!

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  18. Great one layer card! Love the soft colors and overlapping!

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  19. Wow! I love those pretty spring colors! Beautiful card!

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  20. Very pretty with the different colors of ribbon.

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  21. I didn't think that I needed this stamp. However, after seeing your beautiful card, I think that it belongs in my stamp stash. How clever to colour in the hearts.

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  22. This is STUNNING!! I love the different color ribbons and then the pink hearts. FABULOUS design!!

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  23. So sweet, Kelly! Love how found all those sweet hearts in the "ribbon puzzle." Great size on those ribbons, too. Fantastic card. School's almost out....got plans around Chi-town this summer? I know whatever you find to do, you'll have a blast! Bev

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  24. Another amazing card...just love all those soft and sweet colors.

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I absolutely love reading comments. Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to leave one! - Kelly