Friday, 19 June 2015

Lawnscaping Challenge Blog Hop - sponsored by The Ink Road

Yay! It's the Lawnscaping Challenge Facebook Team Blog Hop again.

Our sponsor is  :  The Ink Road.  Yay!

A small introduction to The Ink Road, 

The Ink Road is an adorable shop run by the fabulous Lara Smith.  Her store is filled with all kinds of adorable crafty goodies from stamps (she carries our beloved Lawn Fawn) to dies to supplies to journals and planners! If she doesn't have it, she can get it. 

She also price matches... . AND YES, she ships internationally. When you receive your order, you will smile because the packaging is absolutely adorable! Each order is filled from the creative heart! Be sure to check her out at her shop and her blog.

The winner of this hop will win a $25 gift certificate. How great is that!



For this month, we are using the colour : Purple! 

I knew I wanted to do a custom background but I didn't have enough purple ink pad to make a purple background so I decided to do some die-cutting with the purple cardstock leftovers I have lying around. I used the Lawn Fawn Happy Birthday Border. I must admit that it took a while to add the liquid glue on the die but if you one those sticky back paper, it would go faster.

I topped it off with a simple sentiment from the Penelope's Blossom sets and went stickles crazy :) 




The winner will be chosen at random from the comments from any of the hopper's blogs so be sure to comment on everyones posts and be inspired :) You will have until midnight Sunday EST to comment to be eligible for the $25 Gift Certificate from The Ink Road.



Now, go hopping! 


28 comments:

  1. I like the way you used the die cut words as a background. Very cute card.

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  2. Super cute!!!! Love the background stamping and the vellum.

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  3. Absolutely adore the ombre look of the scripty die cuts on the background! Cute card.

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  4. Love the background. Fun card.

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  5. Love your use of words for the background.

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  6. Fabulous card...Thanks for the inspiration and fntastic blog hop. tina.pavlovic@yahoo.com

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  7. love the different colors of purples on the background!

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  8. love the gradient and yes i always use double sided tape on the cardstock before i diecut, so you make stickers, but thank you for persevering !

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  9. Great background! Love it!

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  10. Like the arrangement. Especially like the use of the vellum. Email using symbols for words in parens & no blanks:
    sunshine_honeybee2004 (at sign) yahoo (dot) com
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  11. So sweet! Must have taken a lot of love and time to make it. It's gorgeous!

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  12. Adorable card! hippymom83 on yahoo

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  13. Fantastic background. Love the stitched rectangle with the vellum behind it.

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  14. Wow! It must took you a while to stick all those die cut words on card! I envy you, I don't think I will have the patient to do so! Great card!

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  15. Oh my this is lovely! Perfect colors and adorable design!

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  16. Fantastic card, that's a lot of die cutting!

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  17. Vey nice card. I love this technique. irisesther54 at hotmail dot com

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  18. That background looks amazing, gorgeous card!

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  19. Beautiful card!!! Love the die cutting!!

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  20. Great card, love the die cuts. Thanks for sharing.
    avonsherry2003 at yahoo dot com

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  21. Love the die cut background! This is where a sticker maker would come in handy lol :)

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  22. The background is really awesome! Fabulous idea :) One that I may very well scraplift!

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  23. Absolutely LOVE this card!

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  24. So fun! Love the background!

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  25. So fun! Love the background!

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  26. So fun! Love the background!

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