Thursday, July 21, 2016

Right at Home Birthday Blog Hop...

Happy first birthday to Right at Home stamps!  It's time for a blog hop!

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I am so happy to be joining in for Nicole's one year celebration for Right at Home.  Her stamps are adorable and so much fun!  I have a CAS card and envelope to share today using a couple of her sets.

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This card uses the banner line stamp from Banner Alphabet Add-On to create the lined background.

You can see how I line up my banner stamps in this quick tip video....



 Then I did some ink blending for a fun ombre look, along with some black copic misting.  I decided to cut that panel in half and create a layer background.  

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I added in an ombre sentiment (after seeing Kymona's adorable ombre sentiments on IG) and then did some fussy cutting.  I added in some sliver star sequins to finish off the card.

I needed a matching envelope so I stamped the back with this adorable sentiment from Right at Home's new set called Happy Mail Year 2. I also added in a matching pink heart to the back.

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Head over to the Right at Home Birthday Blog Hop for a full lists of stops.  Nicole also will have information on a link up so you can play along and info about a giveaway!

Have a great day!

Laurie

32 comments:

  1. Beautiful card and I love your tip (very clever)!

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  2. this card rocks. it is so funny. I saw a white blouse with yellow blocks and thought about making a card to mimic that design. Yours does it already, although the color is different. awesome

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  3. This is such a fab card! Love the design and how you color blocked it. :)

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  4. Absolutely beautiful Laurie!

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  5. A great card Laurie, very nice indeed! AND an amazing tip I might add! TFS!

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  6. Love the design on this! Such clever ways to use these stamps!

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  7. I love the color blocking you did ! I need to try that.

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  8. First of all, adorable card and envelope, but your tip is SO SMART!!! Thank you!

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  9. Hey Laurie!! I love seeing your creations!! You amaze me all the time. This card is no different. Beautiful colors. Great job.

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  10. i love the simplicity of this design yet it's very attention grabbing! and the tip on how to get a straight line is PRICELESS!!! i've struggled with that many a time! thank you! love the card =)

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  11. Fab card! I love that you made a matching envelope to go with it. :)

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  12. Brilliant! Thanks for the tip!

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  13. I've never seen a design like this. Fun card!

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  14. Well, who's the smartest one in the room?! Your straight line tip is AWESOME! (The card's nice, too!)

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  15. I love this card and the tip. Thank you.

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  16. Well look at you Miss Smarty Pants with that terrific tip!! I have so many border stamps this would work beautifully for, thanks!! PRETTY PRETTY card!!

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  17. Fabulous Card, Laurie. Love thepretty ombre and those silver stars add just the right finishing touch :-)

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  18. Hi Laurie ~ I love your CAS look on this card, with the ombre ink and color blocking. Fantastic color combination along with the addition of the silver stars. Happy 1st birthday to RAH & Nicole!! Thanks for sharing and inspiring!
    PS: Thanks for the awesome tip for getting stamps perfectly lined up on the blocks! Genius!!

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  19. Fun design! These stamps are super-cute!

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  20. Love the idea of a straight stamp. Thanks for sharing. Love your color block card as well.

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  21. beautiful card! Great tip! Happy anniversary to Right at Home!

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  22. Great card. Love the read and the font on celebrate is so pretty.

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  23. Terrific card and brilliant tip on how to get your line stamps straight!!! So clever :)

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  24. Love your "straight" lines, color blocking and ombré sentiment, Laurie. Thanks for the clever tip! Looks much easier than using my ruled paper pad.

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  25. love how you fussy cut the "celebrate" sentiment!

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  26. What a fun card Laurie, I love the movement of the panel and colors.

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  27. Amazing card with fabulous design! LOVE LOVE LOVE it!

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I appreciate all of your comments! Thank you for taking the time to stop in!

 
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