Monday, May 18, 2015

Pretty Pink Posh Blog Hop

Hello!
The CardMaker design team is hopping with Pretty Pink Posh today.  If you're following along, you've just seen AJ Otto's beautiful creations.  If you're just joining in, feel free to start at the beginning with CardMaker.

Paulina at Pretty Pink Posh sent out "happy mail" a few weeks ago, with fabulous dies and many colors of sequins ready to give our cards some sparkle.   I'd love to share some ideas I came up with.



 DOGWOOD--a special birthday card for my cousin

Supplies Used:  Cardstock from My Little Yellow Bicycle; Dogwood stamp from Hero Arts; Greeting stamp set from TPC Studio; Pearlescent Ivy and Orchid ink from Tsukineko; brown stamp marker from American Crafts; Stitched Labels die set and Springtime Mix sequins from Pretty Pink Posh; foam adhesive squares from The Paper Studio


TODAY--using one of my favorite mediums, watercolor!

Supplies Used:  Patterned cardstock from Momenta; Cardstock from The Paper Studio; Cherish Yesterday stamp set from Hero Arts; Weeds and More stamp set from Stacy Stamps; London Fog dye ink from Tsukineko; watercolor pencils from Derwent; Sparkling Clear sequins and Stitched Banner Duo die set from Pretty Pink Posh


WISHING YOU WELL--watercolor again, with sparkles of rain

Supplies Used:  Watercolor card from Strathmore; watercolor pencils from Derwent; fine calligraphy nib and black ink from Sheaffer; Dandelion G4917 from Hero Arts; Watermelon and Sugarplum Mix sequins from Pretty Pink Posh


THIS LITTLE BIRD

Supplies Used:  Cardstock and patterned paper from The Paper Studio; Bird stamp 97893 from Inkadinkado; brown dye ink from Tsukineko; Stitched Banner Duo die set from Pretty Pink Posh; 3-D flower from K & Company; brown organza ribbon from American Crafts




HAPPY FOR YOU--a pocket card

Supplies used:  Cardstock from The Paper Studio; Patterned cardstock and 3-D flower from K & Company; Embossed cardstock from Bazzill Basics; Petals From Scratch stamp set from Fiskars; brown dye ink from Tsukineko; Stitched Labels and Pocket Border dies from Pretty Pink Posh
I've only scratched the surface here.  There are so many things you can do with these dies and sequins.  I have plenty more ideas in store!


 Pretty Pink Posh is also hosting a giveaway on their blog.   Included are:

Stitched Borders 1 die cuts
Stitched Banner Duo 2 die cuts
6mm Sparkling Clear sequins
6mm Marigold sequins
6mm Espresso sequins
6mm Mossy Green sequins
6mm Pink Peonies sequins
Silver Confetti
Silver Star Confetti 



So be sure to visit their website 

Now hop on over to see what the talented Anita Mulcahey has in store for you!

Thanks for stopping by!

31 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness! What lovely cards!!! They are all simply divine and I couldn't choose a favorite if my life depended on it although the Dogwood card is pretty close to being my favorite!! TFS!

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  2. Elegant cards. Love them all. The live, laugh love today is my sentimental favorite. Thanks.

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  3. Hi Sarah! Oh my goodness - these are all so sweet! Since I'm a Missouri girl, the Dogwood wins!!! Beautifully done, thanks for sharing!

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  4. Love all your softly colored cards & the placement of your sequins on them all!!

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  5. What a stash of gorgeous cards! The sequins really make a big difference...pure love!

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  6. holy moly You were busy! great cards!

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  7. Great group of cards you've created for us today. I love the dogwoods on that first one, and using the pocket border to create a little money holder was perfect.

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  8. Beautiful cards! I love the soft colors you chose!

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  9. Oh my goodness Sarah, your cards are just gorgeous! I especially like the first two as they are so delicate. I love the sequins on them. It really adds something special to them. Great work.

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  10. These are all such fabulous and delightful projects - love the creative use of the sequins and die cuts

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  11. Beautyful elegant cards.....

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  12. The cards are wonderful. I love the dogwood, the little squares that catch some of the stamping, the little bird - all are great.
    thanks for sharing some beautiful cards.

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  13. Love the use of the pocket of die! Beautiful card :)

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  14. Love how you used the dies and the sequins, such elegant cards!

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  15. Love how you used the dies and the sequins, such elegant cards!

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  16. I love all your cards!! I felt like I was watching a parade of cards! :)

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  17. Wow, love your cards! The sequins are such a fun addition!
    Sherrie K

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  18. These are all such beautiful cards! The one with the pocket (holding cash) is very clever!

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  19. Your cards came out very peaceful. I enjoyed them

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  20. Wow, you were busy!! Great cards.

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  21. So many beautiful cards! I really love the dogwood flowers, you did an outstanding job coloring them!

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  22. Oh my, darling cards. I love all the sequins, they just seem to add that perfect little finishing touch. Love your creativity with the die and making the money pocket. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  23. Each one is gorgeous and displays the products so well! The dogwood was extra stunning and the flowers that flowed onto the stitched squares but they all took my breath away.

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  24. Great cards. I love the all. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. oh those are all soo very lovely!!!

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  26. nice card designs using the PPP products - awesome!

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  27. Such elegant and lovely cards.

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  28. This is very pretty! Love what you did with the square die!

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  29. Love all our creations! Sequins add such a bright touch!

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  30. So many pretty projects-wonderful work!

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Thanks for stopping by. I truly appreciate your comments.