October 10, 2014

Scraps of Color "Turnt Up for 10" Blog Hop



Hey readers! It's Friday and it's time to get "Turnt Up!" Scraps of Color is turning 10, and we're celebrating this milestone with a birthday blog hop! I have been a member of this great online community for almost five years now. I have learned so much from this awesome group of crafters, and have even had the pleasure of meeting some of them in person! I'm just so grateful for the online and real life friendships I have found through this group.

If you're starting here, visit the SOC Blog first to start from the beginning! However, if you hopped over here from Debra's blog, then you're in the right place! For the celebration, I really wanted to turn it up a notch, and try something different...at least for me. So today, I'm sharing my first box card!



 

The image is by Robert Jackson, and I created the balloons with my George Cricut cartridge, then embellished the card with a few Jolie's Boutique stickers and gems from my stash. Here's a look at the back
of the card:


To be honest, I was initially intimidated about doing this card, but it was pretty easy! I'm trying another one really soon! Well, that's my project, but before you go, I want to get "turnt up" and share a little giveaway! One visitor will win a $20 gift card to Michaels (or AC Moore if its closer for you)! All you have to do is leave a comment below. The winner will be announced here on Tuesday, October 14th! So be sure to stop by then to see if you've won! Exciting? Are you hyped and ready to see more projects? It's not over yet! The party continues over on Da Shawnna's blog, so be sure to stop by to see her creations! Here's a list of all of the participating blogs: 

Kimberly B: http://mypolkadottedbliss.blogspot.com/

Thank all of you for joining us for Scraps of Color's Turnt Up for 10 Blog Hop! Be sure to come back and visit, as some of the blogs will be sharing additional projects throughout the weekend! Take care!

22 comments:

  1. Good Job my friend. Loving the details.

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  2. LOVE your card. How cute. Thank you for all you do and for being such and active and wonderful part of SOC. YOU ROCK!

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  3. Luv these card in a box projects. All of the wonderful colours you've incorporated into your card express joy and celebration. Any recipient will delight in this card!

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  4. Terrific job on your box card, love the image and bright, festive colors!

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  5. Love the colours and the cupcake.

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  6. Ooooo, I really like your box card. I want to try one too. Yours is too cute. I'm so grateful to SOC for introducing me to happy crafters like you. Woo Hoo to SOC for 10 years of inspiration.

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  7. What a lovely card I taught the card in a box to my Stamp Addict group last Tuesday night. I love the colors and the image is just great. Had not seen that on RJ site.

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  8. Your pop up card is very nice..love the color choice and image.

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  9. That box card is so cute and I love that image. TFS

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  10. I have been wanting to try one of these and yours is so cute! Very festive, thank you for sharing!

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  11. One of my favorite scrappy images! Great pop up card....love the circles!

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  12. That card is so fun! I can't believe it was your first.

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  13. Wow! I love your work and I've never seen anything like it! Thanks!

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  14. Great job on the card! It is absolutely fantastic!

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  15. Your box card came out great! I'm going to try it myself, thanks for sharing.

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  16. What a fun card! You did a great job Cheryl. Great fun colors used.

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  17. Your card-in-a-box is adorable! I just made my first in February - they are fun to create!

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  18. Love your card in a box, bright colors, pretty paper and nice image; tfs!

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  19. I'm just catching up with all my blog friends, and this is a gorgeous box card!! You did great!!! :)

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