Monday, June 21, 2010

CHF Summer Fling - Week 3

Hi!  Thanks for joining the CHF Summer Fling hop.  If you are on the trail, you should have arrived from Jennifer's blog.  If not, jump back to the beginning at the CHF Creative blog for the start.

What's the 12 Weeks of Summer Fling? Each week will feature one of the rubber stamp lines at CHF with a blog hop and special gallery showing new samples using stamps from that line. The featured line will also be on sale for the week so definitely the time to add to your collection:) Two Gift Certificates will be awarded to 2 lucky winners who successfully follow the blog hop and comment as they go in the time allotted. This is not a race. All Blog Hops will start from the CHF Be Creative Blog on a Monday, comments must be made before midnight EST on the Thursday of that week & winners will be announced on the Friday. 1st prize is a $20 CHF Gift Certificate, 2nd Prize is a $10 Gift Certificate which will be emailed to the winning participants. The Gift Certificates will be valid for 6 mths from date of issue. PLEASE NOTE that if you have a Club CHF award awaiting you on your next order, you will need to wait for the following order to use your Gift Certificate as the store only allows one discount per order.

If you upload a qualifying card (using the featured week's stamp line) to the CHF special gallery for the week you will be eligible for the Design Team's Favorite prize which will be a rubber stamp/stamp set of your choice up to the value of $16.99.  We're looking forward to having you play along with us for the summer.

This week's featured line is All Things Considered (ATC) - and will be 25% off this week.  It's the perfect opportunity to purchase a set or two you need.
So... with all the business out of the way, are you ready for my project?

This was a quick card with a collage of images and papers - both the School Primer ATC set and Recess October Afternoon paper were the key players.  I had fun mixing and matching the two, since they are perfect together.  I swiped Old Paper ink over my stamped images to give them the same tone as the patterned paper.

Next on the hop is Tracy.

Thanks for visiting,
Lisa
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Supplies
Stamps:
-School Primer (ATC) by CHF


Ink:
-Tuxedo Black Memento ink by Tsukineko
-Old Paper Distress ink by Ranger


Paper:
-Simply Smooth Vanilla, Simply Heavy Black, Simply Kraft by CHF


Patterned Paper:
-Report Card by October Afternoon


Other:
-Clear button
-3/4" circle punch by EK Success
-trim by Making Memories
-Copic markers (E00, E02, E50, E53, E55, E57, R20, R24, R27, BG72)

29 comments:

  1. What an adorable card!! I just love the splash of red in both your image and in the center of the button. So vintage and sweet. I just love it!
    Blessings~ Birgit

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  2. Super cute card! Love the accent piece and all the layering:)

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  3. Adorable image and such a cute card!

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  4. Love the old primer books - and what a sweet card creation you've come up with - absolutely adorable!

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  5. I love vintage looking art. Nice job.

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  6. such a cute card it makes you want to go back to school

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  7. Gorgeous multi layered card !

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  8. Pretty card - love the button embelli

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  9. Yes, these two lines definitely go together -- the paper and the stamp set. Perfect for each other -- and a beautiful card, as usual! Love it!

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  10. Such a fun and cute card! You're right, the paper and stamp work perfectly together!

    Blessings,
    Christine

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  11. Cute card -- stamp images and paper work so well together.

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  12. Darling card!! Love the layering.

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  13. Very cute! Love the collage idea!

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  14. I've seen that primer set a few times and it always looks great, lovely work.

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  15. Wonderful card:) I have had my eye on this set for ages!!!!! Too darn cute...

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  16. So sweet! Love the stamped images and the paper is really pretty!

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  17. Love the vintage alpha as the background. Totally reminds of the readers we had in elementary. This stamp set would be great for teacher's gift for the end of the year. Thanks :)

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  18. The little girl is so sweet and reminds me of myself back in the day (total bookworm) - and I love that background paper.

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  19. so very cute! love those adorable papers with this set! :)

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  20. So cute. My kindergarten and 1st grade teachers would have loved something like this made by me. Thanks for sharing. Simply love it!

    Chris R. from Iowa

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  21. So cute! I just love the little touch of polka dot.

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  22. what a great use of color, love the card!

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  23. So cute!

    Ramona
    http://create-with-joy.blogspot.com

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  24. Very cute! I'm a huge OA fan so seeing that incorporated makes my day!

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