- I am married to Basilio Ruiz and thank God daily for bringing this wonderful man back into my life. I am a Christian mom of 4 (the youngest 3 are still at home with me) Ashleigh is 22, Amanda is 17, Joshua & Jeremy are 13. I am an independent CTMH consultant and love sharing the art of scrapbooking, cardmaking, and papercrafting with others.
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Let's Scrap February 2012 Blog Hop
Yay! It's time for the Let's scrap blog hop! This blog hop begins February 1st but, since I will be at work I am having to post mine a bit early :-) I am thinking you came to me from Jen Leeflang's blog. http://jencraftsa.blogspot.com/ If you did not, Mindi Brown @ http://scrapchat-n-coffeetalk.blogspot.com/ has the hop order to help you find your way.
Welcome :-) My card came from the 9-16-09 card sketch.
Here is how easy it is to enter for my random draw
*Be or become a member of Let’s Scrap which you can do by clicking here http://letsscrap.ning.com/ . It is free, easy and fast! Once you get there, I am sure you will love it!
*Become a follower of my blog
*Leave me a comment telling me your favorite stamping technique
And if you would like a second chance in the draw
*Make a card from the sketch I have posted and upload it to the gallery at Let’s Scrap. Please tag it as such 9-16-09, LEAP20
Please note comma space and that LEAP is all capitals.
*Leave a comment with a link to your card on Let’s Scrap.
The hop ends at 11:59 pm Central Standard time February 29th, which you would be able to track using the clock on the main page of Let’s Scrap.
My prize will be a gorgeous white chipboard "All Sorts" mini album from the Close To My Heart idea book. You can go to my website http://peggyruiz.myctmh.com/ and enter item #Z1224 to get a look at this fun album. Now here is my card from the sketch. I used retired CTMH papers; CTMH stamps, ink and chipboard elements (I love the way our white chipboard takes inking and stamping so well), and my Cricut for the layered butterfly. To add a bit of dimension, I adhered only the body of the butterfly to my card and folded the wings upward a bit. Don't forget bringing an element from your card front (and even to your envelope) as I did with the second generation stamped butterfly offset on the inside can really tie it all together :-)
Now hop on over to Sesil Cratin's blog http://sesilcratin.blogspot.com/
for more card fun and good luck :-)