It is with regret that I have to inform you that this is the
last blog hop we make with the wonderful
Club Scrap Artist Team. It was such a pleasure to work with
each and everyone with the same goal: sharing our love
for cardmaking and scrapbooking with Club Scrap
papers and stamps. Many great pages, cards, albums
and other projects have been shared with you.
Hopefully you got inspired to make your own!
You can read all about it on the main
Club Scrap Blog and see all the names of
the members of this wonderful Artis Team HERE.
For the last time I hope you have arrived here from
and seen what great inspiration she had for you this time.
The challenge for the Artist Team this time
is to create a card, page or project with elements from
three different kits. So what to come up with this time.
Then I wanted to make something to thank (it was
thanksgiving yesterday and I am thankful for being part
of this Artist Team) Tricia for the wonderful
opportunity to be part of the team and to thank
Karen for all the work she does for us, so how
about a thank you pocket letter!
For this pocket letter I used 3 different kits:
Pure & Simple
Each row of three cards is made with the stamps
and papers from the same kit.
The first row is Adirondack. You also see on the
left the word "love" which is from the November kit
Trattoria. It works so great here to make Love Club Scrap.
The big letters are cut with SU! letter framelits.
The stamped ducks are cut out and interwoven with the letters.
The 2nd row is made with Succulents papers and stamps.
You see here a strip of paper all across the three pockets.
Thanks is stamped with versamark and gold embossed.
The plants are colored with watercolor zig markers.
Here the 2 cards that are behind the strip of paper.
In the middle of the cards there is not much interresting,
just an open space so the strip belongs to the cards.
For the last row of cards I used the Pure & Simple papers and stamps.
For each card I stamped on the designed background with another
design and the go so wonderful together. Some leaves are
intertwoven with the letters.
If you are interrested to see more pocketletters, it was one of the
post we did together and you can still see it HERE.
And now it is time to move on and see
and what she has in store for you.
Thank you so much for always
visiting my blog and leaving
all your wonderful compliments.
Have a creative day!