Friday, October 5, 2012

World Card Making Day Blog Hop

*for CAS-ual Fridays post, please scroll down*

Wow! I can't believe a whole year has passed since World Card Making Day! The winners from last year have come together for a fun blog hop to give you some pre-World Card Making inspiration. If you 've come from Terri Davenport's blog you're on the right track :) We were asked to make a card in the category that we won in last year, so here I am with a CAS card for the Season's Greetings category. I decided to go with non-traditional Christmas colors using soft blues and purples and some bling!




Your next stop on the hop is Sharon Dunn and don't forget to stop by the Paper Crafts blog at the end for a surprise :)Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend!Julie


Trinh Arrieta
·         Amber Daigre
·         Terri Davenport
·         Julie Day
·         Sharon Dunn
·         Patricia Folchert
·         Wendy Frederick
·         Vanessa Menhorn
·         Savannah O’Gwynnand Linda Dreiling
·         Becky Olsen
·         Kelly Rasmussen
·         Alyssa Scritchfield
·         Stephanie Washburn
·         Laurie Willison
·         Veronica Zalis

66 comments:

  1. Gorgeous. I love the nontraditional colors.

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  2. Ooh this has given me an idea for a stamp set sitting on my desk waiting for the working day to be over...

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  3. I am not a fan of blue for Christmas but I really like this card. It is so unique. Great job.

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  4. BEAUTIFUL! :) Makes me think of your EARRINGS!!!!!!!! :)

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  5. Julie, this is so lovely! Love the blue tones and the rhinestone accent is such a perfect finish to this card.

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  6. I love how you hung the ornaments without string. It is a gorgeous card.

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  7. Thank you for showing that Christmas cards don't always have to be red and/or green. Great twinkle touch.

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  8. Fun card!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. Lovely card. I like your color choice. Thanks for sharing and thanks for the chance to win.

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  10. I love your card, where did you get that cute ornament stamp?

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    1. It's a single stamp from Stampin' Up! out of the new holiday mini catalogue.

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  11. Very pretty card. Kind of a rest from the traditional green and red that gets over-used.

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  12. Beautiful! I just love a nontraditional color combination for holiday cards!

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  13. Great card and I love the colors as blue is my favorite color!

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  14. Great card - love the color palatte!

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  15. ADORABLE Christmas card! LOVE it! And congrats on your win!!!

    housesbuiltofcards@gmail.com
    www.housesbuiltofcards.blogspot.com

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  16. Love the non traditional colours and how simple and clean it is!
    Kristan
    sierrababy08 at hotmail dot com

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  17. Very nice card. Love the soft colors on this one. Smooches...

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  18. Amazing how that little touch of bling on each bulb just takes this card creation to the next level. Very sweet!

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  19. Julie this is so pretty! I love the colors and the little bit of bling! :)

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  20. Your card is so beautiful. Love the colors used.

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  21. Love the CAS with the fresh holiday colors, so yummy!

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  22. I'm not usually into non-traditional but like this one a lot.

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  23. I love blue and silver for the holidays, in fact all our decorations are one of those colors. I think your card is simply stunning!

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  24. OHHH! I love the silver and blue ornaments!!! LOVE the added gems--AMAZING:)

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  25. Fantastic idea! Love the peace on this card!

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  26. So pretty for the holidays! Love the CAS style!

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  27. Just a lovely card!! I like the colors you used, untraditional but perfect. Thanks for the inspiration. Stacy H-W

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  28. Really chic...these shades of blue and purple seem to be really "in" this season. I like it!

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  29. Love this simple and pretty card.

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  30. This is a simple, elegant card. I do love the colors!

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  31. Gorgeous! I love the bling-bling.

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  32. Love your card! I, too, have made some Christmas cards this year already in nontraditional colors. Thanks for sharing. :D

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  33. Very fun design--I like the bling on the ornaments.

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  34. love the blues, and the added bling on the ornaments. thank you for sharing.

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  35. I love non-traditional colors for holiday cards. This is a perfect combo. Very nice. Love the CAS and am gonna CASE it!

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  36. Beautiful colors and love the little bling accents!

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  37. Love the card.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  38. very nice card. Looks like lots of work

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  39. I love the soft colors and delicate design of your card.

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  40. Beautiful card! I love the shades of blue and the fun row of ornaments!
    DeniseB

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  41. I really like the clean simplicity of this card.

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  42. Great idea for a card! Wish someone would send me one. Thanks!

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  43. Great card love the simple but elegant look. Great colors and touch of bling.

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  44. I like where you placed the bling and how you used non-traditional colors. Thanks for sharing!

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  45. sweet holiday card! love the non traditional colors!

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  46. Wow! This is super cool! It is kind of unexpected which is cool!

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  47. Love you choice of colors....very warm.

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  48. Great card! Simple but very effective!
    God bless!

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  49. Blue is my favorite color - you have used it well! Thanks for sharing!

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  50. Beautiful! I love the art of christmas cards!

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