Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Rose Blossom Blog Hop - Thin Cuts



Welcome to this month's Rose Blossom Blog Hop!  Today we are featuring all of CTMH's amazing thin cut dies!  They are on sale for the whole month of March and you don't want to miss these great deals.  

For this hop, I created a penny spinner card.  This was a fun quick card to create that used two different types of thin cuts, the circle and Some Kinda Wonderful Card making stamp and die set.




The hill was created by using the two largest circles.  I cut the largest circle out of striped paper 4" by 5.25" and the second largest circle out of green paper.  I then placed foam on back of striped and green circle.  I centered the green circle in the middle of striped circle, and then I cut and adhered a strip of green paper 2" x 4" to stop the turtle from making a complete circle.  Using the stamp and die cut helped to quickly create the turtle.  I then put a penny under the striped and green papers, a foam dot, then the second penny, then placed another foam dot on top of penny, and then adhered the turtle. This created a fun interactive card.  Hope you enjoyed!

If you started somewhere in the middle of the hop, please be sure to hop over to Brenda's blog!





10 comments:

  1. i love the turtle. I made a card with the turtle, but yours is so much more darling--love that you thought of using the penny slider card with the hill and the silly sayings. I haven't bought that set yet but now may have to also!!!

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    1. Thank you! It was so fun and easy to make. You'll have to get the set, it is too cute.

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  2. This is just beyond adorable Ginger!!! Love the little hill and that he gets to take a trek!

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    1. Thank you! My little one loves this card! I actually ended up giving it to her because she loves turtles and she thought it was so cool it moved.

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  3. 😂 LOVE it!!!! You absolutely ROCK this collection!

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    1. Thank you! It is such a fun collection!

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  4. This card goes beyond fun ... love your paper selection and use of those stamp sets. Great design. Thanks for the instructions. Keep the fun coming. Love your artwork!

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    1. Thanks Marg! It was a lot of fun and so easy. I hadn't made a slider card before so I was really glad to do so for the blog.

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  5. That is so adorable! I've seen those cards but have never made one - what a great idea to use those two stamp sets!

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