Hello! I'm super excited to celebrate Rubeena's 4th Crafting Anniversary:)) and participating in the Bloghop! Thank you and big hugs Ruby, for the invitation!
If you are hopping along from the beginning, you should be arriving from Lisa Hetrick's blog.
Welcome to Rubeena’s Crafting Anniversary 2-Day Blog Hop! This hop is epic with more than 70 guests and over $1,000 in sponsored prizes! Not only are we celebrating four years since Rubeena first discovered cardmaking but also crafting in general. This industry is made up of wonderful individuals who are creative, inspirational, kind, and incredibly supportive! Hop along so you can learn about why we create and how much joy it brings us! For details on day one of the hop, you can visit this post.
In celebration of this anniversary, we have several amazing sponsors. Let’s thank them for their generosity! Winners will be randomly selected from comments left on all the blogs. The winners will be announced by Wednesday, September 5 on this page. Winners will have up to 2 weeks to contact Rubeena at email@example.com to claim their prizes.
Studio Katia - $50 gift card
Hello Bluebird - $50 gift card
Altenew - $50 Gift card
Pinkfresh Studio - $30 gift card
Gina K. Designs - $50 gift card
Clearly Besotted - £25 gift card
Simon Says Stamp - $25 gift card
Spellbinders Card Kit ($55 value).
Jennifer McGuire - $50 Simon Says Stamp gift card
Winnie & Walter, LLC - $40 gift card
Mama Elephant - $25 gift card
Hero Arts - $25 gift card
Nichol Spohr LLC - Custom-sewn rainbow pencil case filled with brand new Spellbinders dies
Danielle Flynn - $25 Simon Says Stamp gift card
Picket Fence Studios - four $25 gift cards
Ellen Hutson - two $25 gift cards
Pretty Pink Posh - two $30 gift cards
The Stamp Market - July 2018 Release (estimated $100 value)
Indigojade Art Shop - $50 gift card to Art Prints & Gifts Shop
Flora & Fauna - a 4x6 stamp set
Waffle Flower - $25 gift card
Power Poppy - $50 gift card
It's been a joy seeing all that Ruby 'shares' in the crafting community. Her love of learning and mastering new techniques is evident in her creations! The amount of cards and projects Ruby shares is staggering! BRAVO!!
***Remembering a PM several years ago from Ruby about hoping to be on the same DT someday...I feel we are already on the most rewarding team together now. Team Mamma:
creatively nurturing little people; growing them in mind, body and spirit:))In celebration of RUBY, I created this card, encouraging her to CONTINUE creating for the JOY and wonder of it all:))
Here's my card:
OH, what fun I had creating this one! Using the MISTI and Crips inks, along with clean water mist, I achieved a very loose watercolor look on the leaves and Flowers. I shared a quick process video on Instagram of how I made the "gingham look" background. CLICK here to see it:) After fussy cutting and inking the edges of the leaves, I arranged a pretty floral swag mixed with a few blooms simply stamped and die-cut for interest.
I then added a heat embossed sentiment and a thin messy bow and clear drops for embellishment.
Why do I craft? Because creating is wonderful therapy for me...working through a technique and completing a project is VERY satisfying:) like chocolate and afternoon tea.
ALTENEW, Ethereal Beauty, Focus on You, Molded Lines Stencil, Crisp Inks: Sea Shore Mini Cube Set, Sweet Dreams Mini Cube Set, Tropical Forest Mini Cube Set,
SHIMMERZ paints products; SPRITZ :Chick-a-dee, VIBEZ:Glorious Day
Silver Floss, Clear Embossing powder, Nuvo Drops
Your next stop is the final blog on the list; Michele Ferguson!
Flutter on over there to see an ethereal beauty of a card:)
BLOG HOP Day 2Rubeena Ianigro
Laura Jane <<YOU are here
Thanks for stopping by today!