onsdag 30 juli 2014

Serendipity & The Twinery Blog Hop - Day 3!

Hey everyone!! 

Thanks for hopping along the Serendipity Stamps & The Twinery blog hop! This is day three of the hop. If you came here from Jennifer Cuthbertson´s blog, then you’ve been following the right way! 

To win the Blog Hop Serendipity Stamps prize of $25 gift certificate you must leave comments on all Serendipity Stamps posts each day.
The Twinery is offering a great prize too – you can find out more on their blog.

SERENDIPITY STAMPS is also offering a $20 gift certificate on Facebook to one lucky person who “likes” Serendipity Stamps and LEAVES A COMMENT.  You must do both to be entered to win.

Mary is also having a sale during the blog hop  - 20% off all items in the “Garden” category through August  3, lovely stamps!

Here´s my cards using stamps and dies from SerendipityStamps and 
twine from The Twinery!

On the first I sew some French knot in red for the berries.

Stamps from Serendipity Stamps; Blackberries and
Maraschino Solid Mini Bundle from The Twinery
On this card I finger crochet the body of the Butterfly and put some pearls on the twine.

Butterfly dies Floral Butterfly and Butterfly Solid,
Stamp Be Kind, Be Happy, Be Well from Serendipity Stamps
and Gunmetal Shimmer Mini Bundle from The Twinery

My blog is the final of this Blog Hop but if you didn´t start at The Twinery  please visit it!
If you get lost along the way, here is the blog hop order:

Serendipity Stamps - http://serendipitystamps.com/blog
Sue Eldred - http://sueeldred.com/
You are here -Birgit Edblom - http://bigganed.blogspot.com/

Thanks for hopping along, and good luck in the giveaway!/Birgit (Biggan)

18 kommentarer:

KT Fit Kitty sa...

Wow - these are gorgeous! I think they saved the best for last! Love your colouring on the first card and the amazing way you used the twine! Love the butterfly dies on the second card! Gorgeous! Thank you for the inspiration!

Jeanne J. sa...

Both of these are amazing! The soft distress and the texture of the twine berries is wonderful, and then wow - the elegant butterfly with the fancy bead work... sigh... love them both!!

SD pooja sa...

Wow ! Wonderful cards with very interesting use of twine !

ruthluvs sa...

Beautiful... I am going to have to try my hand at a couple of these ideas.... love the berries and the beads!

Anonym sa...

Using the twine for french knots is a great idea. It's thicker so you wouldn't have to make as many knots (mine go wonky after a knot or two) and there are so many colors.
Beautiful card.

Anonym sa...

Last post and I forgot my address

Sue D sa...

Great use of twine on both of your cards!
slrdowney at hotmail dot com

Barbara M. sa...

Love your cards, so cute!

Beverly S. sa...

Pretty work...love how you stitched on the stamp images.

Unknown sa...

I love these cards. The finger crocheted body on the butterfly is a brilliant touch!

Teresa Godines #6857 sa...

Beautiful cards. TFS

Unknown sa...

These are the best card in all blog hop, there are beautiful, elegant, simple. wow!!!

cghundley sa...

Lovely work on
both cards! Love
the butterfly
Carla from Utah

boris153 sa...

I love both these cards - but the butterfly takes my breath away. I've seen some amazing dies on this hop.

Elizabeth sa...

Both gorgeous cards!! Love the way you made the berries with twine.

Pat sa...

Both cards are so beautiful. The berries look good enough to eat. How clever to use the twine for both of these purposes!

Anonym sa...

Every card you make has at least one novel Birgitism that just kocks my socks off. NOBODY does it better than you.

Thanks for sharing your extreme talent.

Marybeth sa...

Amazing !!!!!! I love the berries,what a wonderful talent you have.