Monday, October 16, 2017

Share a Smile Blog Hop

Welcome to the CTMH Share A Smile Blog Hop
We will be featuring the the CTMH Share a Smile card kit.
The exclusive Share the Smile card kit gives you all the materials you need for creating 
32 Adorable cards using the "Punny Pals Stamp Set" and matching Thin Cuts. 
Available only during October. 
With the purchase of every Punny Pals stamp set, Close To My Heart donates $7 USD of the proceeds to Operation Smile™, an organization that provides surgeries to repair cleft lips and palates for children around the world. 

If you came here from Michelle Loncar's blog you are on the right path! The blog hop is a great big circle, so you can start here and work your way all around.  If you get lost along the way, you’ll find the complete list of participating consultants on Melinda’s Blog: HERE

This month we have approximately 19 Close To My Heart Consultants sharing their creations using the exclusive From the Heart card kit and other great CTMH products on their blogs. This is simple to do - just click on the link at the end of the post on each blog to move to the next on!  Here we go!  

Now "Hop" on over to Brenda Lapp's blog to see her work!  Be sure to visit all the consultants at their blogs to get some great crafting ideas!  To get any of the products you see, contact your CTMH Consultant (or click here)


  1. Great card! I love the fancy folds!

  2. Love how the box folds open to reveal that cute owl!

  3. Oh Darlys, this is a stunning card. Would you please be prepared to share how you did the centre-piece. I have tried for over 2 hours and honestly can't work it out. Love this card.

    Thank you: Mal

    1. the original square was cut at 4 inches, I creased (pinched) a small fold in the center both horizontal and vertical to mark the center point - you can also measure crisscross with a ruler and mark with a pencil, the mark or tiny center folds do not show since they are hidden by the critter. Fold each outer point to the center, you will create a smaller square then each point is folded back to the edge of the smaller square, make sure that the fold lines are parallel. I can add pictures later today if needed. Let me know if you have any questions

  4. I like the different papers you used on your card.