Be sure to subscribe to be entered in our weekly drawings to the right*:) This week's giveaway will be this adorable Zoo Babies Wildly Cute Stamp Set (there are also prizes for participating in the charity blog hop so check on those below :) ------------> G'day to y'all from this Aussie in Texas. This post is a stop on the super fun and inspiring Charity Blog Hop. Be sure to check the other blog stops listed below (and here) for other great charity gift ideas and projects to go with them. Awesome companies are helping inspire you to hop along and leave comments on all the blogs - Altenew ($30), Lawn Fawn ($50), My Favorite Things ($25), and Ellen Hutson ($25)! Be sure to go say thanks to them on their social media sites for helping get the word out about giving … and leave comments by Wednesday, March 22, 2017. Winners will be announced on Sandy’s blog on Thursday, March 23, 2017, along with the total amount we’ve raised together!
Welcome it's great to see you :)
I am not often in the need of baby cards so this weeks card is particularly excited for several reasons. First I am waiting for the birth of a new little niece or nephew (and I am guessing the last one). I will be traveling to Minnesota for the birth....Yay!
On the way I will be stopping in Greendale, WI to visit Gina K. and Kathy Racoosin and participate in The Coloring Challenge Road Trip. So much fun :) Because I will be traveling I took the opportunity to make these adorable baby cards so that I would have them on hand for the special arrival.
My grandma was a huge quilter and I have many friends who enjoy it as well. But me, I'm a stamper, so this set is perfect. The idea of actually quilting raises my anxiety about 3000% but stamps are my happy place. This particular set has so many elements to create anything from and old fashioned …
I love Hero Arts, how about you? :)
I had so much fun creating this card this week. It started with Hero Arts Infinity Dies and my love of anything to do with Tea and ended with my quest to make a stand up card that someone would want to display and not be so ready to throw away. There is a video below showing how I created this pop up card, a diagram below that for what I like to call my paper spring, and below that handy links to all of the products I used to make this cutie :)
This weekend I'm heading to Greendale, Wisconsin to visit Gina and her lovely shop. One of my happy places. See you soon Gina :) Is everyone getting ready for the holidays....I'm starting to itch to make Christmas cards. I'm guessing I will start at Village Paper and Ink this weekend.
Check out this quick little video to help you
recreate it :) I would love to see what this card inspires you to make.
If you happen to post them on Instagram tag #perkypennypapers so …