Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Blogging Friends Blog Hop
Love is in the Air

Hi Everyone,

It's time for another Blogging Friends Blog Hop. We are demonstrators from the United States, Canada, and maybe even other countries. We are thrilled when guest bloggers join in and this is the perfect time. We have Tammy White joining us again this month. We are happy to have her with us. This month we want to focus on love. It's timely with just a couple of weeks to get ready to spread the love. I previously shared the Sealed With Love Bundle, so this time I decided to focus on using a couple other sets for Valentines. You can hop to other blogging friends blogs by clicking the icon below or a name. Thanks for stopping in.

For this project, I used the So in Love Suite which includes the stamp set, Falling in Love DSP and the So Detailed Thinlits.




 I had a lot of fun creating this note card set. The Falling in Love DSP is so pretty! The soft colors and designs are so nice. The note cards and envelopes make the perfect size to put into the glassine gift bags. The Stitched Shapes framelits are perfect for a slightly larger 2" circle layer.

Blushing Bride is the focus for this special card.
The Falling in Love Embellishments and
VeryVanilla 1/4" Satin Ribbon makes this special.

Rich Razzleberry is striking for the color of this project. I used
the new Watercolor Pencils for the flowers and the
  StitchedShapes framelits. 
If you like the So in Love suite, you definitely want to order it. Get the bundle and you earn a free Sale-a-Bration item.  Remember if you do order on-line, use the hostess code #NFEWXHQV

Any time you order from me, remember you earn "Loyalty Bucks". For every $25.00 you spend you earn 1 "Loyalty Buck". Collect 20 and you choose $30.00 of free product as my gift. Check out my specials at my website for more details about "Loyalty Bucks" as well as classes and events.

February is double "Loyalty Bucks". Order and you will get 2 "bucks" with a $25.00 order. Get your rewards faster by taking advantage this month.

I hope you enjoyed your time here. Be sure to share and leave comments. I love to hear from you.


Click on over to Danica's blog. She always has wonderful projects to share.