September 14, 2013

Crafty Chicks 'Back To School' September Blog Hop


We're back and it's time for another Crafty Chick blog hop!    It's September and the theme this month is 'Back to School'.  

As a reminder, the Crafty Chicks are a group of 9 very talented designers joining together to showcase some fabulous projects and hopefully provide you with inspiration to create projects of your own.

Every month Crafty Chick's Blog Hop will have a different theme, and offer a prize to one lucky winner.  In order to be eligible to win this prize we're asking that you leave some blog love (via comment) on each of our blogs.  That's it, easy peasy right?  Once you've left a comment on all the blogs, click 'Did It' on Rafflecopter at the bottom of this post.  You have until Saturday 9/21 to complete the hop and we'll announce the winner on Sunday, 9/22.

The prize package this month is a $25 gift certificate from Julie K at 3 Girl JAM.  Check out their website 3GirlJam.

Jessica starts off our blog hop, you can check out Jessica's blog HERE if you want to start at the beginning of if you get lost anytime along the way.

You should have come to me from Julie's blog HERE

The back to school project I decided to make is a card showing school spirit!  I love this image from Mo Manning called "Gimme a Bee' - makes me want to yell 'GO TEAM'. 
She's colored with COPIC markers, cut out with scalloped circles dies from LifeStyle Craft (fka QuicKutz) in various sizes.  The letters were die cut and stamped using Lawn Fawn's 'Quinn's ABCs' and colored with COPIC markers.  The orangey-yellow scallop was run through my Big Shot machine using the 'Dots' embossing folder from Cuttlebug.

Here's a close up of the main image

COPICS Used:
Skin:  E11. E00, E000, R20
Hair:  E27, E25, E23
Outfit/PomPoms:  Y38, Y35, Y32, B06, B05, B04, B02, Y06, C9
Shoes: E57, E55
Letters: Y38, Y32, B05, B02
Ground: YG67, YG63, YG61


From here, the next amazing designer in the hop is Mary Ann and you can find her blog  HERE

If you're having a good time with this blog hop make sure to follow us on our blogs, Facebook, or any other social media the designers have set up.  Also, please feel free to share with your friends.

We even have an event on Facebook as well - check it out HERE

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Thank you for joining us for September's Crafty Chicks blog hop!

Heidi

17 comments:

  1. Ohhh myyyy GOSH, Heidi; get OUT! This card is so AWESOME! And I recognized those Quinn's letters right away - I didn't know you had those babies in your collection. Aren't they FUN?! Beautiful coloring on EVERYTHING, my dearie, and the layout is PERFECTION!

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    1. P.S. I Pinned in twice: the card image is on in my Cards folder, and the image of the coloring is on my Copics folder - FANTASTIC coloring :)

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    2. Thanks Val....I love the stamps and dies...unfortunately the first time I stamped my sentiment and then went to die cut them...oops, I couldn't line them up....so I had to start over by die cutting them and THEN stamping them...what a goof!

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  2. Wow what a super Beautiful card love the Image and the details and blending of your colors are perfect. I love the embossing folder and the layering is great. thanks for sharing.
    abbraddock@msn.com

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    1. Thanks Anita, it was so much fun to put together!

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  3. Wow - mind blown! Such a beautiful project!

    xox krys

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  4. You always have the cutest stamps Heidi! Love the coloring...very fun and exciting card :)

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    1. Thanks Megan...you know me...I'm a sucker for cute stamps!

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  5. Oh my gosh...this is SO DARN CUTE!! Love that sweet little cheerleader with the Bee shirt...and your wonderful coloring!

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    1. Thanks Karen....gimme a 'bee'! Hee hee!

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  6. That girl is super cute! Love the spirit! :D

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  7. Great coloring. Wish mine could be that good. The little girl looks happy and energetic. Great card.

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