Friday, May 23, 2014

OWH Memorial Day Blog Hop!!!!! Plus CANDY!!!!

I love that OWH provides a way for me to give back on a very personal level. I receive so much more than I can ever give to our Heroes and OWH. 

I chose sketch #12 for my card, one of my favorites.  I use this sketch a lot!!!




Bo Bunny Liberty Paper dry embossed with Cuttlebug foldler,  Cuttlebug sentiment die with DCWV Adhesive Paper, navy blue Ofray satin ribbon. 

Two chances to win blog candy.  One, comment here for a chance to win a stamp set!

Second chance, leave a comment at Words2ScrapBy.blogspot.com.  

Thank a Veteran EVERY day for the freedoms that we enjoy, but are NOT free.  They paid in love and blood...

182 comments:

  1. Great Miss You card! Love the background paper. You've inspired me to start using this sketch more often!

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  2. This is a super sketch...it has lots of room for your own creative touch and can be flipped nicely. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. I chose this sketch for my card too! Very versatile. I like the die cut as your focal. Card is very patriotic.

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  4. I love the sketch and how you used it to create a simple but glorious card! The stars are awesome but do not take away from the framed sentiment- fabulous!

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  5. This sketch is a great one for using patterned paper, and I love the one you chose. Great card!

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  6. Great card! I love the DP!

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  7. What a fun sketch for showing off your great background! Love your card...thanks for sharing today!

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  8. Great card, love that Bo Bunny paper!

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  9. Great card, I love the star paper

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  10. such a pretty card, love the paper!

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  11. I love how simple but patriotic the card is at the same time. I love using this sketch to use in card kits for friends and family who are not so card making savvy, thanks for sharing such a great card.

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  12. I like using ribbon as sketch elements too. Your ribbon works especially well with this sketch. Great card!

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  13. Great idea to use wide ribbon on OWH Sketch #12. Made a note of that on my page of OWH sketches.

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  14. Beautiful card, I love the background paper and your "miss you sentiment!

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  15. Like the background of stars. Wonderful use of the sketch especially with the wide ribbon. Happy Memorial Day!
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  16. A simple sketch with so much versatility-- no wonder you use it a lot! It's a very handsome card... love the miss you die cut!

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  17. Very CAS card and it looks great with the stars in the background.

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  18. Cut & pasted the 2nd blog link
    Wrord2ScrapBy. blogspot.com
    to visit and it did not work; added http:// and also www but nothing worked.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  19. What a great card...the paper, layers and sentiment work so well!

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  20. Love the Bo Bunny Liberty Paper that you used and the Sketch too! Great card, I think I am going to have to search for that paper!!

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  21. The background of this card really draws my eye

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  22. I enjoy the color scheme. This is a card I could CASE.

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  23. I really like how the background paper looks, and I need to try a die cut sentiment. It adds dimension and looks great.

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  24. Terrific card! I love that the paper you chose does all the work. It is a great choice for this simple but effective layout. Have a great Memorial weekend!

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  25. Thanks for letting us know what you used to make the card. Love the background.

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  26. I really love the background on your card. The black ribbon really makes it stand out. JIL

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  27. Perfect card----my eye went immediately to the Miss you sentiment. Now I need that die.

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  28. Hi! Love that you used a sketch for your card. Just learning about sketches now. This one looks easy enough but still has interest! I love that the sketches have the sizes of each piece on them. Keep on doing what you do and thanks for letting us learn from you.

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  29. I have just begun to "troll" the OWH sketch archives. This one is great. Thank you for showing me a way to use it. I love the use of red and white.

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  30. So many great ideas. This one is a keeper!

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  31. I like how you used the sketch to make this card ... I'm new to OWH, and really need a "starting place" for making cards ... besides buying crafts supplies, that it! Thanks for inspiring me!

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  32. I agree that this is a great sketch that can be changed up for a kid card, masculine, flipped, etc. etc. Thanks for the great card you've shared with us!

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  33. I need to follow your example and use this sketch. It really highlights that beautiful paper and sentiment die.

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  34. Very nice card, love the background paper.

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  35. Great card! Simple, but so effective.

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  36. Great card I have that same paper and I love it.

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  37. Very nice use of the sketch. I love the matting on the sentiment. Makes it really popl.

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  38. Love to see the before and after of a sketch and card! Great missing you card!

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  39. What a pretty card! I love that little die-cut sentiment!

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  40. Really great card. Love the paper and your sketch design. A great Missing You Card. Thanks for sharing.

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  41. The background really caught my eye. Great job!

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  42. I like that die cut.It's perfect for OWH.Also neat background design paper. Stephanie Allison

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  43. Anything red, white and blue is a winner for me. I especially love the background.

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  44. Love the card...especially the dry embossing. Thanks for reminding us about Sketch #12--will definitely have to start using again.

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  45. I really like how clean the sentiment looks and I want to try that with some adhesive backed paper too! The good thing is, I think I have that die cut set! I am going to take a break from the hop to hug a Veteran (my DH served during Desert Storm). Thanks for sharing your card!

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  46. Clean and simple my favorite kind -

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  47. I like the background paper a lot...nice card. I use that "miss you" die alot; it always comes out perfectly!

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  48. I just love your warm color combination and that star paper is just so perfect!

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  49. I really like the background paper and all the stars. And instead of a piece of paper, I like how you used wide ribbon. I think I need to get some.

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  50. Really love the paper! I need to find some! Beautiful card.

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  51. A great sketch for the basis of a great card.

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  52. Great card and love the sketch you used.

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  53. Don't think I've tried this sketch yet, but I will now! I can see it being great for lots of cards. I like the star background and your combination of layers.

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  54. The layering and colors of this card makes it very polished!

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  55. Clean and simple design which packs a punch! I love that neat pattern paper you used with all the stars!

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  56. Love your card . Like the paper and the ribbon. Never used ribbon before. New to card making. Thanks for sharing.

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  57. Love this card. I am a big fan of simply stated cards. I have used sketch #12 myself a few times. The stars are the perfect background

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  58. I really like the ribbon on the embossed paper...it is a real eye popper...great card and great sketch. Thank you for sharing in the blog hop

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  59. Great sketch, great card. The colors are awesome. Thanks for sharing.

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  60. Love this card and the sketch is one of my favorites too! Will have to scraplift this particular idea!

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  61. I really like this sketch. Simple yet looks great with the patterned paper you used. The embossing really adds to it.

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  62. The card is more beautiful with the cause behind it! Love it!

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  63. I love this card- it hits all the right emotions and is so pretty in its colors and sentiment. Thank you for sharing

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  64. I definitely need to use this sketch more often! Thanks for participating in the hop. Love the background paper choice, it really caught my eye.
    Raeanna Smith

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  65. Great papers and love the die cut sentiment. I also need to use this sketch more often!

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  66. I love your use of this sketch! I need to look through my sketches more often.

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  67. I agree, this is a great sketch and I love your take on it! Your sentiment die cut is cool--I'm really liking the clean look!

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  68. Love the papers you used for this sketch and the die cut letter just pops off the panel. Great card!

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  70. Great looking card with an easy to do sketch. From Laura P

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  71. great sketch choice, It's a nice simple one to get the creativity going
    thanks for your support of OWH

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  72. This is such a good sketch to use for a clean and simple card. great job.

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  73. I like using sketches too. I've saved this one for future references. Love your color choices. Thanks.

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  74. Nicely balanced card. I can see why it is one of your favorite "go-to" sketches.

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  75. What a great patriotic card with those colors...I really like the wide ribbon!

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  76. Love your card, it is very striking!
    I like the wide ribbon.

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  77. Very Nice. Clean yet interesting with the background paper. The layered sentiment square really grabs the eye. Is the "miss you" imbedded?

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  78. Your choice of materials/colors lend themselves well to the simple design of the sketch. Together they let the sentiment speak loud and clear and lovely.

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  79. Love this sketch and your card! I like simple, effective cards! Tfs

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  80. I'm always looking for good card sketches, and this one is great! I love everything you did with it.

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  81. Love your simple but striking card and thank you for helping support OWH!

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  82. That is a good sketch - easy but so much can be done with it.

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  83. Nice simple sketch. Love how you jazzed it up with the pretty paper!

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  84. I love the sentiment die - will have to get some of those! The star paper is awesome and the navy ribbon is the perfect finishing touch! The layers behind the sentiment really make it stand out. Great job Bobbi :-)

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  85. That really is a great sketch. I love the sentiment, also. I'm finding it difficult to find "Miss You" stamps.

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  86. Nice sentiment to go with the sketch.

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  87. Love the paper and the layout..Great card.

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  88. Fabulous sketch choice! LOVE that paper and I like that you used a die for the sentiment instead of stamping! HUGS and happy Memorial Day weekend! :) Mynn xx

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  89. Very pretty card! I love the background star paper.

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  90. I like how that you achieved Clean & Simple while using a beautiful patterned paper. That star paper is one of my faves. I didn't know about the Cuttlebug word dies; that is really neat!

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  91. Bobbi,

    Great card with my favorite patriotic paper! :)

    Thanks so much for suggesting that W2SB participate in this year's bloghop.

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  92. I loved the sketch you used because it is so universal but the paper line you used is really what attracted me, the color combination is great and I really enjoyed the sentiment as well.

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  93. Wonderful card, background is great!

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  94. Really love how your interupted the sketch, and the star paper is wonderful. Thanks for the inspiration!!!

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  95. Great card that strip of dark really makes ur sentiment pop

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  96. I love this sketch also. Really like the background paper!

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  97. Your card is great. I love the DP you used and how you used the sentiment as the main focus of your card.

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  98. I like the sentiment of your font! Nice use of ribbon!

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  99. Beautiful card. The navy ribbon looks so nice on the red stared paper. Love the embossed sentiment too.

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  100. Great card. I am going to have to use that sketch. :-) Love the sentiment.
    April

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  101. Great card Bobbi! That paper is so scrumptious...it needs very little else.

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  102. I love your simple yet effective design! Great use of that patriotic paper and I really like that sentiment! Happy Memorial Day weekend!

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  103. Love the background paper and the miss you die. Thanks for reminding me of this sketch! There will be some of this sketch in my next OWH box!
    R/

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  104. love the sketch so much I just had to pin it so I didn't forget.

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  105. You used one of my favorite sketches too - I go back to it again and again. Nice paper too!

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  106. I love the basic sketch you provided as well as a finished card. So many times we see a card we love but don't know how to make it work on our own.

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  107. Love your distribution of the red, white, and blue colors, and your take on the sketch! Tfs!

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  108. Love the basic sketch - allows use of the "busy" papers for background. Thanks for the chance at "blog candy" and thanks for the cards for our heroes!

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  109. Like it - it's so simple and cute!

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  110. Great sketch choice! I love the sentiment on your card!

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  111. Wow, I LOVE that sentiment die cut! Every blog hop it seems my wish list gets longer and longer, lol. I really like the sketch you used; it's simple enough but easily adapted. Nice card!

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  112. I always enjoy seeing how people interpret the sketches. You can't go wrong with red, white, blue and stars for a patriotic card.

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  113. Lovely card! Those sketches are so inspirational! Love it! :)

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  114. Love this card sketch design and the fun papers you used!

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  115. I am just starting to use the sketches, you made it look so easy. I like that you textured the star paper with stars.

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  116. I like that paper! I want some! The dark stripe makes for a good, clean contrast element.

    Thank you for being in the hop!

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  117. Love your paper choice and that sentiment is cute!

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  118. I really like that miss you die. I think they are hard to find! - Kristal

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  119. Love the star background & the miss you cut. I sure wish I could find that die!

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  120. I love the simplicity of this card! It really shows how to put busy background paper to good use!

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  121. Love seeing the cuttlebug folder used this way - I haven't tried it but you've given me inspiration! Thanks for sharing.

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  122. love this card, and you are right very versatile sketch. I really love that star paper and it is a perfect balance of sizes. Also excellent choice using red ink for the sentiment. Gorgeous.

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  123. Nice! I love the cut out sentiment - I will be looking for that one!

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  124. Love the paper used on this one. The clean and simple design of the card really lets those stars 'shine'!

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  125. Great card. Simple but what an impact!

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  126. Fabulous card, I love that CB die cut sentiment!

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  127. Very nice. Love this sketch.

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  128. Love this card as it shows me how to tone down the patterned papers that I have accumulated! Very nice sketch that I will keep in my achieves.

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  129. Simple but nice card. It can be used with so many sayings or picture

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  130. Love this one. The use of patterned papers is wonderful & the sentiment diecut is a great addition.

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  131. You can't go wrong with a nice paper, a good sentiment and a classic style sketch like this one. Perfect for creating a great CAS card like this one that can be used for anyone. Nice job Bobbi! Thanks for joining in the hop and supporting OWH.

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  132. I really like that star paper and your use of the die-cut 'miss you' - really nice interpretation of this sketch. Thank you for participating in this bloghop and for your support of OWH and our armed forces.

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  133. Terrific CAS card Bobbi! Simple design, good star paper, and a great sentiment. Love it!

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  134. I like the star background and the plain white space around the words "miss you". I have to remember that as a way to use my busy paper that I love so much.

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  135. very lovley card. This is going to be a great hop!! I hope I hit them all.

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  136. Great card! I love the clean lines!

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  137. Great card and wonderful sketch.

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  138. Nice version of the sketch!
    especially like the miss you

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  139. i love the sketch love the red color and the sentiment in white

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  140. Great card! I love that you used ribbon!

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  141. Great card and what a versatile sketch - definitely going to give this one a try!

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  142. How easy is this.. I like the easiness of it

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  143. I love this CAS card! The sketch is one that's super easy and can be used for all occasions. Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win.

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  144. I like the clean design of your card. It is hard to see what the embossing folder did in the photo, though.

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  145. I really like the die cut sentiment. It gives texture without adding too much thickness.

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  146. Pretty card. I love the paper choice and the use of a die cut word. Very colorful.

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  147. love the star paper you used...really makes this card special!

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  148. Very nice card. I love it when I see a card made with something I have....that means I can make it too :)

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  149. Love the font on this sentiment and paper you chose.

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  150. Hi Bobbi: This is one of my favorite sketches too. Your cards are always awesome!

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  151. I love how your card is so simple, yet just right, just enough, at the same time. Nice job! RBBRRMQN at YAHOO dot COM Nancy M and thanks for the chance to win!!

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  152. very sweet miss you card. I like the paper.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  153. Hi Bobbi! Worked my way up from the bottom of the bloghop. Love the embossed background. Very sweet CAS card. Have a great day and thanks for supporting OWH.

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  154. Love the card--what a great sketch. Also, the "miss you" sentiment has nice dimension!

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  155. The stars are the perfect background for this card! Thanks for sharing.

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  156. Your right this is a great scetch very versatile, pattern paper or changing the shape of sentiment area, very patroitic card!

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  157. Your right this is a great scetch very versatile, pattern paper or changing the shape of sentiment area, very patroitic card!

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  158. Love your take on the design. and of course the colors are perfect. TFS

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  159. I really like the BoBunny paper!

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  160. Wonderful use of the diecut and papers! WTG!!!

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  161. Love this clean and simple card!

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  162. Perfect card for this project! Clean and simple but straight to the heart! Love the paper but I will have to use something else to CASE this. Thanks for using the sentiment - it works perfectly and one I had not thought of.

    Chris R. from Iowa (ckrobinson01@hotmail.com)

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  163. Love the orange star background.

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  164. Love the simple design with the sentiment as focus! Fun papers to use!

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  165. Great background paper for this simple yet effective card! Thanks for supporting OWH!
    :) Marie

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  166. love the card, I have a hard time with pattern paper and this has helped me.

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  167. Clean, simple, to the point; perfect sketch for your die cut sentiment to be featured.

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  168. Great job using a sketch. I haven't tried any myself yet.

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  169. Such a lovely card! I love that star paper!

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  170. That's one of my "go to" designs as well!!!
    love the distressed stars paper!

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