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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

BC Dzyns Blog Hop!

How's it Hoppin'? I hope you bounced on over here from Paula's blog, Paper Possibilities. If not, I would highly recommend starting at the beginning of the hop by going to Kim's blog, at My Favorite Things. Yep, it's a new release Blog Hop from BC Dzyns (a little division of My Favorite Things) and you never know what you may find at the end (hint hint)! The new set is called "And Then I said...". How fun is that? It's a great set for cards to send to your "grrfrinds" or teenage daughters. OOHH!! Could this be Bella from Twilight (big fan here)? Also, being that it's What's Up Wednesday over on the MFT forum on Splitcoast, you may want to check out a few of the hot threads going on over there! This week Jessie Rone will wow all of us with her perfect acetate card in the How'd They Do That? thread. Complete with pictures and a step by step tutorial, you will CLEARLY see the benefits of making clear cards! Ok, well if you've finished taking in an eyefull here, hop on over to Joy's blog (daiseyfreak), she's the new HOT TO TROT girl and oh is she fabulous!!! Say hi to her dog, Polo for me!!!

TIP: When adhering panels to your cards or pictures to your scrapbook pages, it helps to look at it upside down. You will instantly see your "crooked ways" and if anything else is not straight. Really! It has something to do with what side of your brain you're using...I couldn't tell ya anything past that, but it really does help.

Stamps: And Then I Said (BC Dzyns/MFT)
Paper: Basic Black, Old Olive (SU!), Papertrey White, Double Vision (Creative Cafe), Small Black Dots (Making Memories)
Ink: Palette Noir (Superior), Versamark
Accessories: Scallop Circle Punch, Adhesive Rhinestones, White Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, Copic Markers, Dimensionals, Black/White Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon, White Gel Pen

28 comments:

  1. Your card is absolutely adorable, Susan! Love the shade of green!!! You did a great job!

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  2. Very cute card. I wouldn't have pictured the color combo, but it totally works here, especially with the layout balance you chose. I loved your Verve cards too, and can't wait to see more.

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  3. OH I love this stamp set soo much! It's so funny...the top 5 blogs in my sidebar are showing cards made with this same stamp right now! :) HOW FUN is THAT?! I'm def. going to have to splurge on this one--my girls will LOVE it. I also love the bigger size...so fun for paper piecing--YOUR IS FABULOUS SUS!! :)

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  4. BEAUTIFUL!!! I love the color combo and the coloring is FAB! Yes...this could so be Bella!!! Big fan here too...lol.

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  5. Love the way you used the green marker around her hands - this whole card turned out fantastic!

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  6. Great card! Thanks for the upside down tip - can't wait to try it! My errs always show to me when I take photos- maybe now I can find them first!

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  7. FAB-O!! Your coloring is awesome Girlie! Love it!

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  8. Thanks for the great tip!!! Love the card, it is amazing!

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  9. What a fabulous image! I love the papers/colors you used with it too! Love the black blingy corner piece too. Great job!

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  10. Love your card, Susie! She looks great in her polka dot top!

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  11. The green is striking with the b&w...very nice card!!

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  12. What an adorable card you made! Love it!

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  13. yes, we were soooooo on the same wavelength!!!!!!! love your card and thanks for the fabulous intro!!!!!!!!!!

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  14. This layout is fantastic!! Gorgeous Susan!!

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  15. I LOVE your card! I love the black and white polka dot paper, and I love the green with it! Perfect color combo!!!

    I'm so glad I hopped over! ;)

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  16. This is awesome..love the polkadots! Great job Susan!

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  17. I love it. What great DP combination, Just gorgeous
    Michelle N

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  18. OMG!! Susan so very fabulous!! love the green/white/black combo!! The green shadowing is awesome!!!

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  19. I REALLY love this susan..I picked this as an ISPY on the forum...Love your work on this!

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