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Monday, June 25, 2012

Summer Fun Blog Hop

Hi everyone, hope your weekend was great. Today DRS designs is having a Blog Hop. I’m so excited this is my very first. So let’s get started.

The Hop starts with Sue at DRS designs Blog. If you came here from Karin your in the right spot. If not go to the being with Sue at DRS designs Blog

For my card I used the Happy Shark, and Killer Birthday Greeting.

I stamp the Happy Shark on white card stock and colored with copic markers. The background was colored with chalk, I used a Spellbinder Circle Die to cut out the image. I used teal card stock that is 10 x 5.5  scoring at 2.5 and 5 inches. The inside layer is navy card that was embossed with a Cuttlebug embossing folder. I used the Sew Ribbon for the edge and variegated ribbon. Have a Killer Birthday was stamped in black and cut out using the Spellbinder circle die, and chalked the background. I added two little sea shells to the bottom of the card front.

Your next stop on the Hop will be Jennifer.

Sue DRS designs Blog
Janett- You are here

Hope you have fun on the Hop,



Ultimate Whirligig said...

Hi Janett, I love your card. The shark image is too cute. I love the addition of the shells :)
Michelle (whirligig)

Karin said...

The embossed swirls look great with thie ocean themed card and I love the seashell embellies too!

Chrissy D said...

This is SOOOO cute - I love the swirls, looks like waves! TFS!

Jennifer E. said...

I agree the swirls embossing folder is a perfect background for this card. Great job on your first Blog hop post!

Debbie Moran said...

Great card. I love the ribbon on the edge it really gives the card a nice touch.

Kathy Vogel said...

The happy shark is really cute. I like your use of the pretty blue chalk as a background behind him. The shells are a nice touch.

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

This is just super, Janett! Love the fun layout and the little shells at the bottom.

Shelia said...

Janett, this is so cute! I like the blue swirl background and the ribbon treatment and the little shells!! Well done!!