Monday, May 15, 2017

May Cross Canada Blog Hop

Welcome to our May Blog Hop featuring our
favorite New Paper Collections. 

We have 4 new amazing and fun paper collections in the Current Seasonal Expressions 2 catalog.
We have an amazing group of talented ladies all across Canada, and they sure would love to hear from you, so before hopping onto the next person,take a moment and leave a comment 
about what you loved.
If you've arrived from Jessica Kaiser's Blog then you are in the right place!
 If you would like to start at the beginning of the hop, and continue from East Coast to West Coast, you can start here Michelle's Blog

Now onto my project!

This is my first Trishutter card! I would like to thank  Splitcoaststampers for the tutorial! 

Supplies used: No Worries paper pack, Black, Daisy White, Pixie, Chocolate and Desert Sand cardstock,
Artbooking Cricut cartridge, Diploma Day stamp set(B1480), Uptown Ribbon pack(Z3289), Versamark stamp pad, Princess gold embossing powder(Z2066), Black memento ink, ruler(Z1471), Foam mat(Z1859), Piercing tool(Z2046), Black and White Dots(Z3314)
To purchase any of the items seen in our blog hop today, contact your local consultant to place an order.
Your next stop on the Cross Canada Hop is Nancy's Blog
If you get lost along the way, you can head to Michelle S Blog, Michelle's Blog , as she has the complete blog list. 
Thanks for hopping along with us - we hope we were able to inspire you to get creative using some of the designs, products and techniques seen along the way. We hope you will join us again next month when we will be featuring creations using up our stash while using new products. So mark June 15th on your calendars and hop along with us.
Have a great day!!


  1. Love the detail, and I had to enlarge the card to see the patterns. You had be fooled, I would never of picked up the design.

  2. Fantastic card, and such a lovely memento for a graduation. I'm with Michelle--I wouldn't have thought the No Worries paper was so versatile.

  3. ooh - that's pretty. Thanks for the inspiration to create a multi-fold card.