Hello and TGIF everyone~
Today is a special day for Repeat Impressions!!! The blog “The House That Stamps Built” are celebrating 1st anniversary!!
The RI Rock Stars got together for this special event with their card and we want you to join with us for fun!! There are two ways to participate to win $35 Repeat Impressions Gift Certificate!!
1. Hop your way around each of the Rock Stars blogs and leave a comment on each blog (including the Repeat Impressions blog). The all blog list is on the bottom of this post for your convenience.
2. After you finish hopping and leaving your comments, create any card that celebrates/congratulates and link it to the RI Blogaversary Hop post.
Please visit The House That Stamps Built (I will add the direct link shortly) for all the details about the Blogaversary Hop.
Happy 1st Blogaversary, Repeat Impressions!!
For my celebration card, I used Ode to Spring (2605-P) for the main image, Hurray…(1812-E) for the saying and Wild Daisies (4320-G) inside the card. I love making the easel cards :) They show the inside of the card as a part of the card front with nice presentation, don’t you think? The image was colored with Copic markers and the white mats were sponged with light blue ink & dauber. I also used a couple different Spellbinders dies and punches. To finish off, I embellished with pearls, satin ribbon with button.
Here is the Blogaversary Hop List. Have fun with hopping!
Makiko Jones –> me
Stamps: Ode to Spring, Wild Daisies, Hurray… (Repeat Impressions)
Paper: so saffron, old olive, chocolate chip (SU), heavenly white (PaperTemptress)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black (Tsukineko), bashful blue (SU), Copic markers
Accessories: ribbon, button, vintage twine, pearls
Tools: big scallop oval Nestabilities, label 8 Nestabilities, fancy tags, decorative corner and border punch
Thank you so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful weekend!
I totally love your work. This is a really beautiful card.
What a fun card! You've inspired me to learn how to make easel cards. Great color combination, beautiful card.
Such a lovely card!!! So bright and cheerful, and perfect for celebrating.
GORGEOUS work, as always, Makiko. So brilliant. I love your card!
Wow!! What a cute easel card!! I love all the details and time you out into this card!! GORGEOUS!!!!
So beautiful. Fun card.
Maki, - I am so impressed with your card! That bunny with his flowers, the sentiment and the tag - all are absolutely perfect! Great job!
What a darling card! Perfect colors and so many delightful details. Congrats on the 1st blogaversary!
Maki I love your easel card - that bunny is just so happy!
What a gorgeous, joyful card, Maki! I love everything about it... so many wonderful details! I think I may need to learn how to make an easel card now too. :) Thank you for being a part of the team and helping to make the Repeat Impressions blog a success!
This is such a hippy hoppy cute easel card!!!
This card is so adorable! Great job!
Awesome, Maki! So many perfect details all rolled into one fabulous card! Love the easel.
Lovel that easel card!! Really cute!!! Great job!
What a happy card!!!
Beautiful texture and the colors totally POP off the screen. Love this, Maki!
Great card, Maki! That bunny is one of my favorites and the sentiment is perfect! Excellent easel card!
Darling easel card. Love that bunny. You did a fabulous job on this one.
Too cute! Great job! Thanks for sharing.
Fun celebration card! Great job on the blogaversary hop! I just wanted to drop by and share a comment before leaving for two weeks on vacation.
and Happy Birthday!
What a beautiful card! I luv the punch border and corners.
Oh that's fab we can finally me! We definitely have to when we get settled in Houston. What city are you in? Hubby and I will be looking for a home close to downtown Houston because that is where he will be working. I'm super excited about house hunting. I hope we can find a home that has everything we want. Right now our home has everything except a pool so that is on my wishlist when we move :)
Awww, this is too cute! Fantastic card! Thanks for the inspiration!
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