Create A Smile Stamps Blog Hop!

Hello friends! Danielle here today hopping along for the Create a Smile August release! You should have arrived from Mayuri's blog!
Create a Smile are a new stamp company in town, designed by our own design team member, Christine! Their first stamps were released in July 2014. The stamps are made of high quality photo-polymer and produced in Germany. They will for sure make you smile! Create a Smile is releasing two sets TOMORROW! You can find their store at www.createasmilestamps.com. There are TWO fun sets filled with super cute images, available for purchase at 8am CET (2am EST).

You can win a $15 gift-certificate for the store - all you need to do is hop along and leave comments on all the fantastic and inspiring stops (one comment per person, per blog please!). We’ll pick a random winner from all the comments - so the more blogs you visit, the more chances you have to be a winner! You have until Saturday August, 9th 8am CET (that's 2am EST). The winner will be announced on the Create A Smile Blog on Sunday (July 13th)

To make things fun, Christine took a poll on Facebook asking for some challenge ideas. Those of us doing the hop each chose a challenge to use to create our projects. I chose the challenge to create an encouragement card for a sick child. As a mother of three little ones I know the smile a special card can bring!

I used the little sun and sentiment from the Your View set. I colored and cut out that sweet little sun and adhered it behind the sentiment I stamped and cut out. I then die cut two circle from some colored vellum and adhered the sun and sentiment on top.  To finish it up, I adhered it all to my card base and did a little stitching.
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For my sun I colored him with a Wink of Stella pen and covered in Glossy Accents!
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The next stop on the hop is my friend, Amy Tsuruta!

If you got lost, or are just getting started here is the full order:

Danielle Walls (you are here)

Happy Hopping!
Danielle

30 comments

  1. clean and simple but also very pretty

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  2. Your card is perfect! And I really need to learn to sew paper... everytime I see your cards I'm looking at my sewing machine thinking this... love the clean design!
    Jessa

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  3. So nice card!
    Greetings daniela

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  4. This is amazing such a great CAS design. Glad you joined us on our bloghop.

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  5. clean - simpl(y) - great :-)

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  6. Love that card! Very cute sun and I love your stitching!

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  7. Very cute. I like the use of the vellum circles.

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  8. Very neat looking,
    great way to use
    the velum.
    Carla from Utah

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  9. Wow - this could be made up in a jiffy and yet look absolutely gorgeous!

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  10. Totally adorable card! Love the simplicity with the pop of the colored vellum! <3

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  11. absolutely amazing!! as usual!! this card is brilliant! i LOVE that little sun and the banner over vellum! and the glossy accents over the wink of stella is so pretty!! love this!

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  12. plain and simple but so pretty. Love the beautiful sun. thanks for sharing a great card.

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  13. Wowo Danielle, your colouring on that sun looks brilliant! And the Vellum circles with the stitched banner make such a bug difference. Swoooon!
    Thank you very very much for being part of our hop - I know you're quite busy and your support means a lot to me. THANK YOU!
    Hugs
    Christine

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  14. This is so adorable :) the sun looks so cute over vellum!

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  15. Such a sweet little CAS card, Danielle! Love that sunshine image.

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  16. Love your sunshine card...so sweet!

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  17. Super sweet card.. love the vellum circles and stitching!

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  18. Super cute! I love that little sun!

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  19. Such a cute card. Love the stitching!

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  20. Proof that sometimes, less is more. Lovely.

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  21. This is so clean and simple, with such a great effect, I love it

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