Friday, September 12, 2014

Blog Hop!

Hello, friends! Today some of the Inspired By Stamping design team members are sharing some very
special cards for our teammate, Grace! Grace is having a little baby boy and we decided to hop and 
celebrate with her! If you arrived here from Kylies's blog, you're 
on the right track! If you haven't and would like to hop with us, please start at the Inspired By Stamping
blog and start from there!


For my card I pulled out Big Congrats and Chevrons. I went pretty CAS with this and added lots of machine stitching and some gold sequins. Congrats to you and your family Grace!

Your next hop stop is Lisa's blog! Thanks for taking some time to
hop with us--please leave some love with Grace on her blog, In Her Shoes, as well! Happy hopping, 
friends!

Supplies:
Big Congrats 



14 comments:

Shan said...

Leah your card is really cute. I hope you have a beautiful and blessed weekend. Hugs, Shan

lisa808 said...

Adorable with the stitching and sequins.

vinita jain said...

Such a sweet card for the little one, love the placing of sequins in between the chevrons!!!

~ Kendra ~ said...

Fun card!! Love the added stitching!! As well as the fun colors used!

Donna Nuce said...

Hi Leah! Your stitched banner is so bright and cheerful. Fun baby card! Have a great day.

Grace Tolman said...

Leah, your card is so pretty. I love that it doesn't scream baby and yet it's super adorable. Thank you.

wilson.marie65 said...

What a adorable card Leah :)

Vicki Dutcher said...

Fun card! Love the sequin usage~

Mynn xx said...

This is super cool, Leah! LOVE the stitching and the sequins all lined up! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

Sue D said...

Cute--I like the colors, the chevrons and the stitching.

nupurcreatives said...

So cute & fun... love the stitching & sequins...

frommycraftroom said...

Lovely card Leah.

Joanna M - Inspired by Stamping said...

I just adore this card Leah! Especially what you did with the chevrons!

Jo Herbert said...

Love the use of the chevrons for your baby card. I love the use of the stitching for our border.