Tuesday, October 16, 2018

All The Trimmings Release Blog Hop!


Welcome, crafty friends!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Are you ready for another great release from Catherine Pooler Designs??? You can find the entire release here.

Let's get right to the cards!

Christmas is a perfect time for patterned paper, am I right?!

You can combine different sheets of patterned paper at different angles to create a whimsical and fun look, and that's what I did for this first card.



Cut and score a 4.25 x 5.5 inch card base and then adhere your pieces of patterned paper at whatever angle you want on to your card base. Then trim off the edges!

Color the images from the Holiday Charm stamp set using whatever coloring medium you want and then cut them out using the matching dies. You can then arrange them in a wreath-type pattern on to your card by adhering them with foam tape.



For the next card, the key is to stay calm! :) So if shaker cards aren't your thing, then just use the beautiful dies in the Snow Globe set to make a nice scene!



Use the dies to cut out several pieces and then "color" them using various Catherine Pooler inks. Just lay the pieces on to your work surface, and press the ink pad on top of them. Here's a tip for creating the sky and ground: Just cut wavy lines on to a scrap piece of paper and use that for your mask! 

You can also create the look of snow by using a fun snow marker pen!

After that scene is done, just glue it on to the base, and you've got yourself a completed snow globe! I blended some ink around the edges of the base as well, just to give it a more textured wooden look.



Cut and score a 4.25 x 5.5 inch card base and set aside. Ink up the background flourish stamp with a neutral colored ink and then lay your card base front on the stamp and press down firmly to apply the image to your card base. 

Adhere the entire snow globe piece on to your card base and you're all set for holiday goodness!

Now let's get to the blog hop details and the PRIZES!


Hop along to each stop and leave a comment for your chance to win a $25 gift certificate to the Catherine Pooler shop! The winner will be announced on Monday evening on Catherine Pooler's blog.

6. Kelly Martin (you are here!)
7. Tracie Pond (go here next!)

Thanks again for stopping by today and happy hopping!

Kelly

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41 comments:

  1. Great use of those papers! And you already know how I feel about the snow globe...AMAZING!

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  2. Your cards beautiful. I love the snow globe scene and the texture.

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  3. Gorgeous cards. I love how you did the snow globe.

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  4. Oh My Gosh Kelly!! These are fantastic!!! I want a real snow globe that looks just like your card.

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  5. These are so sweet. Love your snow globe scene. I'm going to have to look into that snow texture pen.

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  6. I love your cards, Kelly!! Your snow globe is absolutely STUNNING!

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  7. Your cards are always so fun! There are so many cute little pieces in this collection. Love the snowglobe!

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  8. Gorgeous cards, love the snow globe wow. Have to love the Christmas papers, so many different ways using them on cards. Thank you for sharing and being a part of this awesome blog hop to show off this new release.

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  9. Great cards, Kelly. Love how you used the patterned papers on the first one and that snow globe is amazing!

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  10. What a fun wreath of images; very pretty! But the
    snowglobe is my favorite. I just love them and the
    winter scene using a deer is a fave for me. Love the
    texture.

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  11. Love the cute images you made a wreath shape with. The snow globe card is lovely. TFS

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  12. That snow globe is darling! Can’t wait for the release.

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  13. The background for the snowglobe card looks great!

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  14. Both cards are wonderful! Cute wreath from all the various stamps...and the snow globe is fantastic! I know I'm going to have to get that flourish background stamp and patterned paper from this release!

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  15. Such fun cards!! LOve the snowglobe!

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  16. Great cards. Love the snow! Thanks for sharing your creations.

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  17. Wonderful cards! Love the snowglobe!TFS.

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  18. Awesome cards! Very inspiring, thanks.

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  19. Love your "glass-free" snow globe scene! The dimensional snow is a great design choice.

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  20. The coloring on your small images is so nice and I love how you made it into a wreath! Cute scene on your snow globe.

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  21. Wonderful cards! The first is so sweet and festive. The second is lovely and elegant.

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  22. Wonderful cards. The wreath is adorable. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Great cards, love to see the different ways all of you use the same supplies.

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  24. I just love the Snow Globe card. It turned out great.

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  25. I love these. The background pattern on the snow globe card is beautiful. I love the wreath using the small images.

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  26. The snow globe card sounds easier that what I thought it was. Thanks for sharing that!

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  27. Such cute cards! Love the patterned paper and that adorable snow globe! Thanks for sharing your creativity!

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  28. Beautiful cards!
    Thanks so much for sharing...

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  29. Wow both cards a stunning, that globe is just so elegant! Thanks for the inspiration. Hugs Jo

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  30. I love the coloring of the first card and your snow globe is a perfect scene!

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  31. Fab cards! Love the wreath you created with all the fun holiday icons, and that adorable snowglobe!

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  32. Love the wreath made with the little
    bits. the diagonal lines of the
    background paper is great.
    thanks for sharing
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  33. Very cute cards! Thank you for sharing!

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  34. Cute wreath card and love the snow globe card.

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