Saturday, October 6, 2012

Operation Write Home - World Card Making Day





I based my card on OWH Sketch #27, and switched the orientation. 


Sentiment from Stampin' Up Alphabet Soup, Offray ribbon, paper from MAMBI.

What is a blog hop without candy?  Leave a comment (make sure I have a way to contact you!) for a chance to win a set of Inkadinkado's Kid Quote clear stamps.  You do not have to be a follower, but I would love for you to become one of the gang!! Winner determined by random.org on Tuesday, October 9.  

*Inkadinkado Clear Stamps TELL IT LIKE IT IS Kid Quotes 98709 


86 comments:

  1. i really like that stamp! my eye is drawn to that right away. thanks for a chance to win some goodies. krystil at tonyhamm dot com

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  2. Terrific card! Love the bright colors and the sentiment.

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  3. What a fun card! I love that word art stamp - how cool!

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  4. TFS. The sentiment sets it off just right.

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  5. Great patterned paper combo. Love how you let that great sentiment stamp jump right out! TFS
    Would love to have a chance at the winning the stamp set too!
    theparge at gmail dot com

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  6. Love the "Jingle" jumble sentiment! And wow, blog candy! how sweet!

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  7. Awesome Card! I love love the sentiment and the font. TFS AJ-
    jeria22@yahoo.com

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  8. What a fun card. I really like the background paper you used.

    blessings ~ Pam

    *thank you for offering up the blog candy, but go ahead and skip my name as I have the set. thanks

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  9. Such a happy Christmas card! Love the cute sentiment! How sweet of you to offer blog candy too!

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  10. oh, I love your "spin" on the sketch! The colors you chose and the ribbon are wonderful!! ututo at verizon dot net

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  11. What a nice crisp clean card. The patterns remind me of my childhood. I have that jingle stamp and have never used it. I may just have to give it a try.

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  12. This is such a cute card! I love seeing pattern paper combos, I always struggle with that. I also am reminded how a bow isn't always necessary, how that knot is so simple and yet so wonderfully charming! Great job!

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  13. Fabulous take on the sketch!! So bright and cheerful!

    Happy Hopping!

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  14. I love that you used such classic Christmas colors. I've seen that set of SU stamps on eBay a lot and never picked it up because I wasn't sure what I'd make from them, but I love how that sentiment is the star of the card. Thanks for sharing.

    P.S.- Thanks for offering candy, but please leave my name out of the drawing because I already have that set. :)

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  15. Wonderful card....I'm in love with your ribbon treatment! Very classy satin, with the other piece tied on top~~~ very nice! and thanks for offering up some candy! randplasch at hotmail dot com

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  16. Your card is so festive and fun!

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  17. The colors are very interesting,I like how you edged the papers. I also like the large red ribbon with the smaller with a simple knot.

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  18. Adorable & whimsical! Love the splash of ribbon.
    Hummer Hugs,
    Misty
    http://deliteful-gifts.blogspot.com/
    http://deliteful-alpha-sets.blogspot.com/
    hummingbird204 at comcast dot net

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  19. Your card is so pretty love your take on the sketch and I love the stamp you used.

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  20. I love the sentiment and the twist on the traditional red and green.

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  21. I like the clean geometric style of your card. Also, love the sentiment.

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  22. Nice use of patterns with the solid wide ribbon. Nice friendly sentiment too!

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  23. How fabulous!! Love the papers you used along with the ribbon and twine. Perfection!

    Linda

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  24. Great card, love that you turned the sketch on its side. I also like the bright and happy Christmas paper in the background.

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  25. Your card is just so cute! Love how you turned the sketch, your colors, and the DP's you chose too!

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  26. Love your nice clean design - fabulous!
    Happy World Cardmaking Day!
    Sandy, OWH President

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  27. Love the subway art stamp and your mix of papers!
    Jen
    Jmueller409 at yahoo dot com

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  28. Your card design and papers really make that sentiment POP!! Loe it!

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  29. Love how you used that word puzzle. Great idea.

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  30. Absolutely fantastic card! Love how you changed up the sketch! I am going to need to check my stash for this stamp :) I definitely need to try this card :) Thank you so much for your support of OWH!

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  31. love the card and the bright colors

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  32. I really like the sketch flipped this way. That stamp works perfectly on this card!

    Amy
    insomniacstamper.blogspot.com
    insomniacstamper at gmail dot com

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  33. Great take on this sketch. Love the papers and have always loved that stamp. Nice job.

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  34. Love the paper you used and the lettering! It is making my mind turn... :) irmz323 at yahoo dot com

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  35. Bright, cheery card! I like the way you used the wide ribbon and trim!

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  36. I like how you tied some ribbon around your ribbon! That sentiment goes great with those papers, too. cherie23694 at gmail dot com

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  37. Cute as can be! Such a happy card! Thanks for sharing :)

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  38. What a fun card. I love your take on the sketch. Cr8iveme_at_gmail

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  39. so darling. LOVE the sentiment stamp and the colors go great together.

    roseofgold at gmail.com

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  40. Cute! It was fun to see your take on Winter and Sketch! Thanks for sharing your creativity!

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  41. I love the papers you used, they are great together.
    Pat Y bpyenoratyahoodotcom

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  42. Nice contrast in print dp, the lighter green and smaller scale dots help the design pop as well as create a nice focal point! Thanks for sharing

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  43. I really like this card! I had not seen that stamp before, but I want it!

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  44. What a fun card this is! I have this stamp and have not used it in a few years... you've inspired me to dig it out again. I just LOVE the way to used the wide ribbon as a base beneath the twine....I am absolutely stealing this idea... I love wide ribbon but struggle to find a way to use mine on small cards. Thanks for hopping with us today!

    Paula S.
    OWH Blog Team

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  45. Neat; I really like how your elements all came together so nicely! The one paper is busy but it looks great the way it all works!! TFS!

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    1. SO sorry, I forgot-above--thanks for the chance for candy!
      RBBRRMQN at YAHOO dot COM

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  46. What a great card! I really like that subway style sentiment! mprantner at gmail dot com

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  47. Hi Bobbi, that is such a bright and cheerful card! The sentiment makes a great focal point and I love your DP. Have fun on the Hop!

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  48. It didn't take much looking around at your blog and style to get me to subscribe! I think I have this very stamp somewhere in my stash. I hope to find it as I continue my cleanup of my craft space. The combo of patterned paper is really nice. I may even have something similar. I obviously need to do some reorganizing....

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  49. You really did a nice job of featurint the sentiment stamp.

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  50. I love your sentiment! So cute!
    brittany at yesterdaysecho dot com

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  51. I liked the idea of switching orientation of the sketch. The ribbon and twine adds such a cute touch!
    worldofhoardcraft AT yahoo DOT com

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  52. What a great card! Love the stamp! I think the ribbon gives the card that extra-special touch! Thanks for sharing!

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  53. So cute and I love the papers!!

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  54. Cute as always! Love the papers you chose. And the stamp ...

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  55. Love that sentiment! I hadn't seen that one before. That is what I love about Hops, they are a great way to find new goodies. I look forward to seeing what else you create (just signed up to follow you). Love how you pair your creations with the sketches. Thanks for the chance to win! slbuller at fullchannel dot net.

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  56. Count me in!!! I love your use of that sketch. What an adorable sentiment. I just love your card!

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  57. Love your mix of papers and ribbons on this card. Thanks for a chance to win blog candy!

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  58. This is just so cute!! I love the bold image and the fun bg paper…someone is really going to enjoy getting this in the mail!

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  59. I love your papers and the sentiment! I also like how you used the wide ribbon.

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  60. I LOVE this card! The bright colors, the sentiment, the ribbon. Great take on the sketch!

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  61. I absolutely love your sentiment. Your red ribbon is gorgeous too! Great card!

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  62. Love your card and the way you did the twine with the large band of ribbon. Super cute sentiment!

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  63. Great card!! I love the sentiment and also how you switched up the sketch!

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  64. Fun card! Love the sentiment and that wonderful red ribbon. Great use of the sketch!

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  65. I love the colors and the sentiment stamp.
    New follower here!

    ~Melissa
    www.mywatermelonmoon.com

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  66. Hi Bobbi,

    Really cute card. Flipping the sketch works perfectly with your sentiment and papers. :)

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  67. What a bright and cheerful card! I love the colors and sentiment.

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  68. Great card, I'm loving that big fat ribbon!

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  69. I have that retired SU! stamp set - I need to break it out and CASE your card which is simple and adorable. Love when people flip sketches around - shows just how versatile a sketch can be!

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  70. Thanks for sharing your card. I like how you flipped the sketch.

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  71. Love the subtle inked edges, the wide red ribbon is gorgeous and love love love that sentiment layout! Wonderful take on the sketch! msmith38652 at gmail.com

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  72. Very Christmas-y! I like the re-orientation of the Sketch. Great use of papers, color and sentiment... thanks for the inspiration. :)

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  73. I love your card. The dp paper is nice and cheery and I love the added touch of ribbon on ribbon. Gives it an added pop! Thanks for the chance to win! :)

    Raeanna25 at yahoo dot com

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  74. Cute card! The wide red ribbon is beautiful and a nice touch!
    ~sandy
    visit my blog @ sandy's crafty creations

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  75. Nicely done. I'll be scraplifting your use of the wide satin ribbon wrapped with twine-both of which I have plenty of!

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  76. I love this card, it is a simple and classic design but the colors jump out at you. I have to confess, I have that Jingle all the way stamp and have never used it... I think you have inspired me to break it out!

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  77. Cute card. I like the sketch oriented like you did. Love the sentiment being the focal point of the card.

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  78. I like that you tilted the sketch and the shimmery string wrapped around your satin ribbon scrap.

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  79. Your card puts me in the holiday mood! The pp feels lively and ramped up and ready for fun. that sentiment is one of my favorites and I love that you made it the focus of the card. thanks for supporting OWH.

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  80. Very fun and bright--the ribbon is the perfect touch.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  81. Adorable card, Bobbi! I love how you used the wide satin ribbon and then the twine over it is a great detail. Thanks for being part of our hop! ~ Julie, OWH Blog Team :)

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  82. The satin ribbon is very pretty...I have that sentiment and blog candy stamp sets. I need to ink the Jingle one up! Great mix of papers! tfs!!!

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