Sunday, January 15, 2017

CTMH Technique Blog Hop - Crazy for Complements

Welcome to the January Technique Blog Hop!
For the January CTMH Technique Blog Hop, we will feature the use of Complements.  I'm excited to see the variety of paper crafting ideas produced using Complements that we will find on this  hop.  
 If you are coming from Haley Dyer you are on the right track.  In case you get lost, you can also get a complete list of participants at the bottom of Catherine's blog right HERE. This month we have approximately 10 Close to My Heart Consultants sharing their creations using Complements along with a variety of other great CTMH products.  To enjoy this hop is quite simple to do - just click on the link at the bottom of the post on each blog to move to the next one. Here we go!
 
Complements are a CRAZY FAST way to create cards. 
Just peal and stick, add some bling, 
stamp a sentiment or not, and you are done!
I used Hello Lovely Complements, Blush Shimmer Ribbon, Gold Sequins, Gold Glitter GEMS. Clear Sparkles, Sorbet Patterned paper from Hello Lovely Paper Pack, Gold Shimmer Trim, Sorbet ink and Card Stock, Sea Glass Card Stock and some gold paper from Uptown Fundamentals.
  The sentiment is from "In Bloom" stamped in New England Ivy.





 
Now, hop on over to Annemarie Julian's blog
to see what kind of fabulous art she's created.  
Be sure to drop a comment, we enjoy the encouragement.  
I hope you enjoy the Hop!

9 comments:

  1. Wow! These are so pretty! I can't believe how many cards you were able to make.

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  2. You have been busy! Great variety of cards!

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  3. OMGosh!!! I'm speechless, your cards are breathtaking!!

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  4. Thanks a bunch for your encouraging comments. I think I'll tweak these to make a card workshop. They are SOOOOOO EASY, fast, and the price is right, too!

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  5. Love the variety and super cute.

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  6. Every single one of these cards is gorgeous. You truly did a phenomenal job on them! I just may copy a few! Thanks for the inspiration!

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