9.13.2016

It's a Mystery


Hello! Welcome to another installment of the Stylin' Stampin' INKspiration blog hop. This month everything is a mystery!

You are currently at stop #1. You may be starting here, or you may have come here from Cheryl's blog. If you get off track, or a link doesn't work, there is a complete hop list at the bottom of each post. We hope you enjoy!

So you may be wondering what I meant when I said it was a mystery. Each of us sent items to each other that we were required to use on our project for this month. This is what Cheryl sent me.


And this is what I created with these supplies.


Since Cheryl had already used a thinlit to "decorate" the tree, I used the Metallic Thread that she sent along to thread through the holes for a garland effect. I added a Metallic Gold Star to the top the tree.

Mint Macaroon and Cherry Cobbler were two of the colors featured in the piece of Designer Series Paper that Cheryl sent me. This is how I chose the colors of card stock and ink to use. Through this, I discovered that I LOVE Cherry Cobbler stamped on Mint Macaroon!

I love the products that Cheryl sent, especially since I personally only own one of the three products myself. It was great to get to play with new items! Thanks, Cheryl, for the INKspiration and great products!

I sent my three items to Diana. She said that my items were quite a challenge, but I knew she was up for it! Let's head over to her blog with the Next button and see what she came up with!



Blog Hop Participant List:

1. Darcy at Dj's Stampin' Place
2. Diana at Stampin' Fun with Diana
3. Carrie at Carrie Stamps
4. Tobe at The Craft Sea
5. Jennifer at Jenny G Paper Stamps
6. Cheryl at Create with Cheryl

5 comments:

  1. Great card Darcy! I love how you used the thread as the garland to decorate the tree, very festive.

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  2. I LOVE what you did with the supplies I sent, Diana!! Never even thought about threading that Metallic Thread through the tree! The large sentiment is perfect! We have to do this again!

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    1. Threading the thread through the trees was the first thing I thought of when I opened the card. Couldn't get it out of my mind to do anything else!

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  3. Super cute card! I love the threading of the tree.

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