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Sunday, 10 March 2019

ESAD Sale - A - Bration March 2019 Blog Hop



Hello and thank you for making the time to visit my blog . There are just a few more weeks left before SAB ends . What is SAB ? Sale - a - Bration is the time of the year when you can earn free product with a qualifying purchase .
I have two cards to share with you today and I will step you through how you can earn the free product used on the cards.
The first is an idea I saw some time ago shared by Jo Anne Hewins . For this card , you stamp your scene , then punch the card front out using the Tailored Tag punch , then piece it back together leaving the background showing through . Now , I struggled to know exactly where to punch , so this is what I did. After I'd punched out the first piece by pushing the punch in as far as I could  turned my card front over and using a punched out scrap piece as my template I took a pencil and marked the area I needed to punch out . I have some photos which will help explain . I will also be doing a video next Friday night in my Facebook Live . I have copper embossed the horse image and sentiment and also the Garden Green trees , inking up in versa mark , then Garden Green.


  

I also copper embossed the smaller images onto the insert and the envelope .




Some photos of the process








You can earn the Grapefruit Grove and Lipstick foil sheets when you purchase
 Let It Ride  stamp set @ $42 OC
Tailored tag punch @ $31 AC
Crumb Cake Card stock @ $14.75
Copper Embossing Powder @ $8.75
Total = $96.50
Foil = Free with a $90 purchase before shipping !

I adore the Painted Seasons stamp set and matching framelets and have designed this next card using this set along with a few other items . I have inked up the succulent type flower using Bermuda Bay ink , then I have sponged around the edges using Mossy Meadow ink . I used the leaves from the same set as well as some leaves from Incredible Like You stamp set - they were perfect for my card !






You can create your own card using these items and earn the Painted Seasons stamp set and matching DSP free ! Here is how !
Rectangle Framelets OC $61
Four Season framelits $48
Lily Framelit dies $47
Layered Leaves embossing folder AC $16
Incredible Like You stamp set OC $28
Total = $200
Painted Seasons stamp set and DSP free with $180 purchase before shipping

Now it's time to take a look at Rochelle Blok's projects ! I'm sure she has some amazing creations to share with us !

https://rochelleblok.blogspot.com/2019/03/esad-sab-2019.html




Blog hop participant list:
17. Delys Cram 





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12 comments:

  1. WOW!!! Cheryl you hit it out of the ball park... I love what you did with the punch <3
    Cheers Shaz

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  2. Awesome - love both projects Cheryl, but particularly the card using the tailored punch. The embossing with the foil is so effective. Thanks so much for sharing the process as I would love to have a go at this myself x

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  3. These are both fabulous Cheryl. Thanks for showing us the process in your first card - so cool! You’ve done a wonderful job of showcasing the brief for this hop – thank you. X

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  4. WOW Fabulous Cards. I do not have this stamp set, but seriously thinking of getting it now. Well Done

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  5. Wow that is so cool! I love what youve done with the let it ride stamp set!

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  6. Great projects Cheryl I love how you showed how to replicate your first card, thank you for the idea.

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  7. Amazing cards Cheryl - love, love, love! Kelly x

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  8. Wow! Both of these cards are stunning! Love the 'dream catcher' inside the second card xx

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  9. Two fabulous cards Cheryl. The technique on the first card looks so easy with your instructions, I'll have to give it a go.

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  10. Especially like the dream catcher effect with the Painted Seasons-good idea!

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  11. Love your cards Cheryl especially the first card - will have to try that.

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  12. So cool, Cheryl. Both these cards are really different and I like that. I love the technique for the first card with the tailored tag. I love the look but never managed to work out quite how to do it so neatly, so thanks for sharing your method!

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