JustRite 12 Weeks of Christmas Blog Hop 7

Season's greetings

Welcome to JustRite Stampers’ newest Wednesday feature, 12 Weeks of Christmas Blog Hops 7!   Every Wednesday until Thanksgiving many of your favorite designers will be joining some of the JustRite design team for a series of Christmas blog hops, showcasing JustRite’s stamps and sentiments.  You can find their new collection of cling stamps HERE.  This week, the designers joining us are most of the Spellbinders and Caardvarks design teams!  So mark your calendars for Wednesdays at 9am Central for great Christmas gift, card & project ideas, starting at the JustRite Inspiration blog!

Season's greetings

The sentiment you will find here and this beautiful cardinal click here.
Season's greetings

This is built up as much as a McDonald's big mac! I ran out of my scrap dots so I kept applying Glossy Accents to the back of the center ribbon that I cut out and wanted to layer. For the rest of the layers I used pop dots.

I couldn't stop at one card so here is an everyday card I designed with the bird set from JustRite .
This card only has one cut image so it's was super fast. I guess I would relate this to a McDonald's pancake.
Find the joy
Other supplies will be listed at the very bottom of this post.

Find the joy

Thank You so much for literally hopping here and I know your time is valuable.I Hope to see you soon. NOW it's time to visit these designers’ blogs to see what fabulous JustRite Christmas inspiration they have for you on the hop:)

Here is the blog hop list.

Other Misc. Supplies: Click on the thumbnail. Click here for my blog candy.


We have a winner

and I would like to congratulate Christy S #73 for the winner of Penny Black's Thorny Affair.

I always like to give a card as well so I made this for Christy.



I couldn't find the right sentiment to fit on the busy background so I used a fine tip Sharpie marker and wrote the word "congrats" on the body of the butterfly. Just a quick post today I am in the throws of dinner and a project. I hope your weekend has been lovely. Hugs, Kathy

SUPPLIES: click on the photo


Our Last Trio Challenge

Hello and welcome! I am so excited to share with you my new blog candy. Sorry I just had to post the candy first. I am so in love with all of these stamps from Penny Black. You will find all the details at the end of this post.

Now down to business.... 
For our last Trio challenge we chose this awesome stamp  
from Penny Black called Christmas Star. I love flowers and I love this stamp. It's wonderful because you can use this for any occasion. On this card all I have to do is add a  sentiment when I need a card for a particular occasion.


Christmas Star

Every card that Jennifer and Lucy design just blows me away. So let's see what they have done today. Just click on their names to be inspired. I am sad that this is the last of our stamp challenge. Thanks Jennifer and Lucy I had so much fun with you!!  And a big thanks to all of YOU !!

Click on the photos to see a better view of the supplies I used on this card. 

In case you missed this card below I just have to post it again because I love the versatility of this stamp. You can see all the Copic colors and distress ink on this post.

tis the season

tis the season

If you would like a chance to win this blog candy here is what you need to do:
Option 1.  Just include my giveaway in a blog post AND ADD the photo TO  YOUR blog sidebar linking it back to my blog....right here.  (All you have to do is right click to copy the photo.)

Once posted on your blog or in Flickr or Facebook about this giveaway just put your name on the Inlinkz list with your blog address  or email.       

OR Option 2:  You can omit option 1. and sign up to follow me if you don't already but,

I love all of these stamps. Keep your eye out for more cards featuring them.
AS always I really appreciate you stopping by. Have a great day! Hugs,Kathy

Here is the blog candy card if you want to see it closer. I am in LOVE with this butterfly.

Blog candy card


a card for the Penny Black blog

Hello Friends, I hope that your week is off to a good start.  It's hard to believe that it's Wednesday already! This card was created for the  Penny Black blog  and it's being featured today.
Before I get started please stop by tomorrow, I think you will love my new blog candy and it will be the last "Trio Challenge" with Jennifer and Lucy.

Best Wishes....

Believe it or not, these buildings are from Penny Black's Christmas 2008 collection. I prefer to use this "cityscape" as an everyday stamp or for those men in our lives. These buildings are so easy to cut and layer for a nice and dimensional effect. 

Best Wishes....

 "Best Wishes" in your new home. I considered printing the "in your new home" part from my computer and decided that I would go for the more home spun look. I also like to show the main stamped image on the envelope or inside the card so they can see what the "before" looked like.

inside reads "in your new home"

Card details: Use the Tim Holtz die as seen below and cut the shape from scrap paper. At the same time cut an old vintage book page and glue on top of the cut scrap. Coat the paper with any bright color of Twinkling H2O's, set aside to dry. The background brown paper is from Basic Grey and I added some walnut distress ink and stitched around the card. Cut a 3" circle from white paper and distress with wild honey, and walnut on the edges to create the "harvest moon" . Stamp in wild honey the script background. Color the buildings and cut apart in sections. Apply glossy accents to the windows. (looks so dimensional in person! )It's super easy to make stars in the sky with white dots.

NOTE: If you use water color paper for your die base you won't get any warping like I did. 

If you are new to Penny Black they are hosting an exciting contest called  OCTOBERFEST  and the price is $100.00 in stamps of your choosing. Click here for are all of the details. Thanks for  stopping by I really appreciate it. If you have any questions just send me an email. Be back tomorrow. Hugs, Kathy

Supplies: (click on the photo for more details) 
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