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It's a "Green" Thing Blog Hop!


Hello & Welcome to the It's a "Green" Thing Blog Hop- About Nature! Tina from Crafty and Green is hostessing this hop & Loves Nature & Being Green! So, We are so glad you were able to join us today to celebrate Nature with Spring just around the Corner!

If you arrived here from Jamie's Blog, then you are in the right place! If you just happened upon my blog today, please start at the beginning with Tina from Crafty and Green  because we wouldn't want you to miss anything along the way!

This is a two-day hop; however, we are only making one project. That should give you two full days to go through the entire hop and leave comments so you are able to be entered to win the prizes!

 Sponsors & Blog Candy:

SK
 $20 Gift Certificate

Scripture Sayings Stamp Set

Rules to be Eligible for The Blog Candy:
1.)  You MUST visit each blog and leave a comment on every blog in the hop
2.) You must become a follower of Crafty and Green if you aren't already!
3.) For an “Extra” Entry for the Blog Candy, Please Friend Tina at CraftyandGreen on Facebook

I decided to work with one of my beloved Sweet Pea Stamps. I haven't been able to play with them in such a long time. And believe it or not, the image I used for today, I have never inked up before! Which is really terrible, because I adore this image. It's called Aloha.

Isn't this image beautiful? I loved coloring it. I used my watercolor markers and Copics. And, I stamped the image with StazOn. I have heard many times to never, ever use Copics with StazOn, but look, my friends! No bleeding! You just need to make sure that your ink is truly dry. Use a heat gun or wait a few hours.

I'll need to color this sweet duo up again soon, as I'm sure that once my daughter spies this card, she's going to want me to make one for her (she's 3).

I used my usual eclectic mix of papers and embellishments. Plus a "Lucky" banner from Inkadinkado. I used some of my favorite embossing powder (Amazing Glaze by Judi Kins) around the edges of the card to give it a watery effect. I loved putting this card together. I was so happy to participate in this "Green" hop, being a tree hugger and all! ;) 
Thank you so much for joining us and helping us celebrate Nature! Your next stop is the talented and crafty
Enjoli.  Thank you so much for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!


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Comments

Vannessa said…
the image is beautiful. You did an amazing job:)
Unknown said…
Your blog is so inviting! I just love the look of it... you card is stunning!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love everything you did with it, to name a few..the watery effect around the edges of the card (brilliant!) , the divine mermaid and you did such a beautiful job coloring it.. I will use stazon !!! Thanks for the tip!
sending lots of bloggy love for doing such an incredible job..this has to be the best card I have seen in a while.

www.scrapbookingforbeginners-naomi.blogspot.com

Of course I am a new follower , totally in love with your style and will be back FOR SURE!!!!!!!!
Judy said…
Oh my goodness...your coloring is beyond compare!! The card is absolutely beautiful and, if I were your daughter, I would want it, too!!
Gill McCall said…
WOW a stunning card, i adore the sweet pea images, great colouring, Thanks for sharing
Unknown said…
Alison, the mermaid is darling! Gorgeous coloring~
rlovew said…
Gorgeous card- the mermaid is beautifully colored.
Anonymous said…
Your work is absolutely beautiful and amazing. I would so love to have the talent you have! Wow!

Thank you so very much for a lovely blog hop today. It has been a great way to spend a Saturday!

I have done what I am supposed to do for the blog hop. I have also joined to follow your blog. I would love for your style to rub off on me!!! I love it!

Thank you,
Suzanne Roseberry
roseberry.suzanne@gmail.com
www.suzanneroseberryblogspot.com
Valerie said…
Amazing coloring and stamp.
Kris Dietz said…
What a beautiful card. I love everything about it and all your extra elements. Great job! TFS.

Kris
dietzrobles at yahoo dot com
OhioDanielle said…
Wow! This is beautiful!
silvia said…
Beautiful card!! I LOVE the image and how you've colored it :)
missstamper said…
Absolutely beautiful! I love your coloring. That is a gorgeous card!

missstamper (at) yahoo.com
Dawn said…
Beautiful image. I'm sure if you color a second image and your daughter doesn't want it, there are plenty of us here who would be more than happy to have it.
Dawn
Stunning, Stunning, Stunning!!! I'm so impressed with your creativity and Talent!! Thank you so much for joining me in this hop about Nature & Being Green!! Hope to craft with you again soon!!

Many Blessings,
Tina
Wendy (aka Roo) said…
Wow, your water coloring is beautiful! Nice hopping along with you this weekend!
Puppy Hugs,
Wendy
Wow so you can use Stazon, good to know! Thanks so much this is truely a beautiful coloring! I have been a FB friend with Crafty and Green for a while, Thanks for sharing, ScrappyScavenger/yahoo
Heather said…
Super card. I love the colors and the mix of papers. Thanks so much for sharing.

God Bless
Heather Pullen
Blessed2cre8.blogspot.com
Jennifer said…
Very pretty colors! I really like the added touch of the green bubbles.
AmyJRockstar said…
Wow! This is incredibly beautiful! You have an amazing talent! I am super duper impressed and in LOVE with that gorgeous card!!! Wow! Wow! Wow! I am so happy that I got to find your amazing blog through this hop (I'm a hop stop as well). I HAD to become a follower! I'm going to sign up for your emails too if you have that feature here...will check when I'm done! TFS can't wait to see more of your lovely work!

XO ~ Amy Jo (new follower)
amyjrockstar at gmail dot com
http://lv2scrapandfibrofacts.blogspot.com

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