Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Valentine Blog Hop with 7 Kids College Fund

WELCOME

I am happy you joined us for our Valentines blog hop at 7 Kids College Fund Blog. This kicks off our new challenge ANYTHING GOES at the 7 Kids Challenge Blog for the next 2 weeks.  I hope you share your Valentine projects with us and Thanks so much for joining us!

One random hopper will win a
$20 GIFT CERTIFICATE to the store!!!

And we will be selecting one lucky guest designer!

Here's how you can win:
1) Make your way through all the blogs on the hop and comment on EACH DT member's blog. 
2) Return to the store blog and comment.
3) Come back to the store blog on Wednesday 2/4 when we'll announce the random winner. 

Remember to support the DT! If you like a project, make sure you click through that DT member's links which will help them earn credit toward purchasing more goodies to make more projects to show you!!!

My project to share with you is a twisted easel card

 My adorable image is Uptown Girl Catherine Nibbling Chocolate. That is what every girl wants for Valentines Day, chocolate along with bling, dinner, adoration and pampering! Oh Yes!!

  I colored her in Copics and added Aged Ivory Frantage around her.


A closeup of the cut a parts from the paper pad Graphic 45 "Place In Time" I love this paper pad for embellishing my cards.  I also used Shari Baldy's heart die too.


On the base is a cute card from the Graphic 45 paper along with Tim Holz Muse Tokens, pearls and ribbon from my stash.  Along the edges I used a Magnolia Doohickey lace border die.



Here is the side view of the easel card.



Here is the twisted easel card laying flat


You can never get too much girly frill for Valentines!


Let's HOP!!!





Don't forget to also enter our regular challenge Anything Goes at 7 Kids College Fund Challenge Blog, you can win a gift certificate from the store when this challenge ends.
Happy Hopping,
Kelly


Items I used from the 7 Kids College Fund Store

29 comments:

  1. Oh Boy, now I'm craving chocolate!!!! Your card is too yummy for words. I feel compelled to lick the computer screen. LOL I love all the fun embellishments. your card is definitely a wonderland of EYE CANDY!!!!!

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  2. I have never done a twisted easel card before, just plain ones, but after seeing this gorgeous one you have created, I need to have a go. Your card is fabulous! Hugs, Anne x

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  3. Wow!!! This is sooo gorgeous. I've never attempted a twisted easel card. I love all your layers, and die cuts. BEAUTIFUL work. Thanks so much for the inspiration. I love it.
    Hugs,
    Lynda

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  4. Wow! Your pretty colors are fabulous! Love all the details! I see something new each time I look at it! And the tulle is the perfect touch!

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  5. Oh wow, this is absolutely fabulous!! I love the details and the design!! The image is so beautiful!!

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  6. HOLY GUACAMOLE, KELLY!!!! you will have to excuse my language... but I think my head just popped off and exploded into a MILLION little bits!!!!
    this card has blown me away in every possible way!!!!

    I HAVE NEVER SEEN SUCH AN EXPANSIVE AND AMAZING BOUQUET OF A CARD BEFORE!!! I would almost think that I was speechless, but clearly that is not the case...

    Stunned. yep, blow away, absolutely!! the whole thing is an AMAZING WORK OF ART!! bravo!! kudos!! Love it all !!! xo

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  7. WOWZERS!!! This is Beautiful!!! I love it all and that heart die is Fabulous!!!

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  8. Wow...what a fantastic easel card...love all the fabulous details and sparkle

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  9. Such a fancy lady with a wonderful dress!
    Sandy xx

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  10. Kelly, I just love this to bits! The extravagant design with its oodles of layers is perfect for the fancy Valentine sweetheart! I LOVE her chocolate-colored dress and accents of red.. I would totally match a box of Valentine chocolates. The design throughout your twisted easel is incredible, just like all of your designs. The hearts are stunning and I love the swirls of pearls. :o) Lovely as always, my friend! :o)

    Hugs and blessings,
    Karen

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  11. Gorgeous card Kelly, Love the fabulous image...full of wonderful detail..Love it as always... Hugs May x x x

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  12. Oh how I wish I could eat a box of chocolates and have a skinny waistline and legs like your stamped image. Gee sometimes life isn't fair. But holy cow this card is fantastic. It looks like one of those fancy Valentine boxes. Love those delicate hearts and frills. You create amazing art country sista!
    Hugs, Cathy

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  13. I love this card.
    Huggs jackelien

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  14. Gorgeous card Kelly and the fabulous image and embellishments.

    Hugs Diane

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  15. This is gorgeous, I love all the wonderful tulle and texture, nice work my friend
    Hugs Julie P

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  16. The layering on this card is just breathtaking. Such talent.

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  17. WOW - this is beautiful and so intricate.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  18. Omg!!! This is so so gorgeous!!! Love, love the beautiful added details.

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  19. Gorgeous stunning card...loved all details....graphics 45 ♥♥♥

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  20. WOW, my friend your card is absolutely stunning!!!! You have captured the essence of chocolate goodness and love with all those hearts.

    Karen

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  21. stunning card.....absolutely amazing....

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  22. Oh wow...that is one fantastic looking card. There is so much to look at. It's stunning.

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  23. Lots of fabulous details and amazing coloring!

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  24. That stamp is awesome! I love your card, it is a work of art :)

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  25. Beautiful! What a stunning creation and so many gorgeous details and embellies... finally getting the chance to visit my teammates blogs... just stunning! xxx Ann Marie

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  26. I adore the elements on this card. I have this stamp and have been intimidated to use it. Now I see what you've done with it and will take it out and give it a whirl. I think what catches my attention the most on this card is the color and the elements. I love the red and brown theme and your diecuts and embellishments are darned awesome. GREAT card and I'm going to save this to my desktop as a reminder of some things I can attempt on my Valentine card to my husband. Hugs, Gail

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  27. An absolutely astounding card, Kelly - what a riot of Valentine detailing... the delicate heart die-cuts are so wonderful scattered about, and I so love the sepia with red colour palette - a brilliant, brilliant creation.
    Alison xx

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