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Friday, July 27, 2012

Christmas in July Helps Beat the Summer Heat - Festive Friday #14

Welcome to the fourteenth installment of Terri Sproul's 2012 Festive Friday Bloghop. I hope you have been enjoying all the ideas and creations on these hops. You should have arrived here from Laura's Page. To get back to the beginning of the bloghop CLICK HERE.

Here's a simple and colorful card to help you beat the summer heat! This card is created using scraps received in a "SCRAP SWAP" - which is a great way to get a fresh new pile o'scraps to play with. This card was real quick and easy! I matched up a couple of patterned paper scraps and I finished off this card with some glittery Sandy Lion Holiday Stickers and a red metallic twine bow - AND - I only fidgeted around with the bow for about 5 minutes, tooI really like how the similar colors in all of the elements really pull this card together. One of my favorites!!!

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Thanks for visiting!!!
The next stop on the Festive Friday Bloghop
is Angela at Midnight Crafting - CLICK HERE.

Have a fantastic Friday...and a wonderful day! Check back tomorrow for a special bloghop I am participating in with the Sakura Hobby Crafts Design Team..."All Things Altered". See you then!

: ) Sb


  1. Love the ornament on the card! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Extremely Nice and great craftsmanship! TFS

  3. I love the color combinations - so beautiful :)

  4. Very very nice Susan! You did a great job!

  5. very nice card. liking the bow and how you used scraps.

  6. Love the combination of scraps you used... they work great together!!! the stickers are perfect.

  7. great job, love everything about this card - everything goes great together

  8. Love the colours! So pretty!

  9. Very nice card, Susan. I have that paper, too!!! :) Are we shopping at the same places? LOL


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