Friday, February 1, 2013

Paper Wings Productions Blog Hop!!

For my VALENTINE GIVEAWAY, click HERE!!

For the Little Scrap Pieces Fun Friday Challenge, click HERE!!

Happy Friday & WELCOME to the February Paper Wings Productions Design Team Blog Hop!


If you've arrived here from Paper Wings Productions blog, then you're in the right place. If you've just stumbled into the hop, no worries just CLICK HERE to start from the beginning.

This month we’ve whipped up some “Love”ly projects to share with you and we’re even sharing the “Love”! One lucky follower will win this fabulous blog candy and the chance to be featured as a guest designer in a future hop!!


Be a follower of the Paper Wings Productions blog, The Aviary, visit each of the design team's blogs including our guest designer (that's me!!) and leave them a little bloggie love. Then go back to The Aviary and leave a comment letting them you completed the hop. For extra chances to win, just like the Paper Wings Productions Facebook page and/or invite your friends to the hop. Then just come back and let us know! Be sure to leave a separate comment for each of the additional entries. The winner will be announced on Tuesday, February 5th on the Paper Wings Productions blog.


For my "Love"ly project, I used the awesome Postcard Cling Stamp:

Purchase it HERE.


The black cardstock is from The Paper Studio, and the designer paper is from Creative Imaginations Loolah paper stack. Love Letters are Tim Holtz Idea-ology Alpha Parts Ransom. The hearts are Spellbinders Classic Hearts and Classic Scalloped Hearts, inked with Victorian Velvet Distress Ink and popped up with foam tape for dimension. The ribbon is from May Arts. The heart on the middle of the bow was cut with a Spellbinders Classic Hearts from the Loolah paper stack, and then covered with Ranger Glossy Accents.


The paper for the postcard is heavyweight cardstock from Canvas Corp. It was inked with Tim Holtz Old Paper Distress ink, and then cut with a Spellbinders Card Creator Matting Basics A die. While still in the die, it was inked with Tea Die Distress Ink. The postcard was stamped with Frayed Burlap Distress Ink. The edges were distressed and then inked with Walnut Distress Ink. The hemp twine is from Michaels.


I am entering this in the following challenges:
  1. Simon Says Stamp - Anything Goes 
  2. Joan's Gardens - Vintage
Make sure to head on over to DANA's Blog Next!!

Here is the complete line up just in case you get lost along the way:

Lisa Fish - http://indymermaid.blogspot.com/
Dana Tatar - http://datatar.blogspot.com/
Norma Gomez - http://lilhoneybeestudios.blogspot.com/
Tara Chaussee- http://secretbeesstudio.blogspot.com/
Amber Rasmussen - http://sew-ink.blogspot.com
Shay - http://verdigrishall.blogspot.com/
Carrie Avery - http://www.carrieavery.com/
Paper Wings Productions Blog “The Aviary­ - http://paper-wings-productions.blogspot.com/

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR JOINING US TODAY

&

Let Your Creativity Take Flight!


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51 comments:

  1. Good Morning Lisa! Thanks so much for joining us this month!! I love, love, love your card and the way you use the postcard stamp. It really looks like an old postcard. Beautiful card as always my friend!! Big Hugz & Happy February!!!!

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous! Who doesn't love 'love' letters and you make them look especially sweet! Thanks for being a part of our hop today.

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  3. What a wonderful Valentine! I love the vintage look of the postcard! Thanks for the chance to play along!
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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  4. This card is so beautiful! The stamp is awesome and the way you put it all together is amazing! I truly love this card!!

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  5. Oh my Vintage loving goodness this is awesome! Right up my alley! Love this Miss Lisa! You are so talented!

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  6. Romantically beautiful Lisa! I love how has a vintage look! It's fabulous!

    Susie

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  7. Wow this is amazing,such vintage loveliness!

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  8. Love that vintage flair to your postage card... So unique Lisa...
    Enjoy your hop and wonderful happy Friday...
    Have a wonderful weekend my friend....

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  9. Hi Lisa,my lovely friend^_^
    Fabulous card my dear,wonderful love letters^_^
    All the details are stunning,as always you surprise me with you talent^_^
    Have a beautiful weekend^_^
    Big big big hug,
    Sonia

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  10. Awesome card Lisa! I love how you used the postcard stamp to make your own vintage looking post cards! Thanks for the inspiration! =)

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  11. What a pretty card! I adore love letters and I love how you layered and tied the postcards to give them a lot of presence. Beautiful work. Thanks for joining in this month's hop!

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  12. Oh! I love your project! Such a great way to use that postcard stamp. Thanks so much for joining us this month!

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  13. Oh! I love your project! Such a great way to use that postcard stamp. Thanks so much for joining us this month!

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  14. Such a great vintage design. Love this stamp!

    mb6464@hotmail.com
    marciasmemories.blogspot.com

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  15. this is so cute. your card reminds me of a bundle of love letters tied up and stashed away to read at a later date. just an adorable card.

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  16. Phenominal card Lisa!!!!!!!!! It is out of this world Gorgeous!!!! You used so many interesting products which I am going to have seek out! Congrats on being Guest Designer and I love that postage cling stamp!!!!Hugs

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  17. Good night!!! I love this, Lisa... that stamp is fantastic... I really should buy that. What a neat idea to tie a bundle of them together... so clever... what a talented lady you are!
    Enjoy the weekend! Stay warm!!!

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  18. Oh my gosh Lisa this is FANTASTIC!!! So beautiful.

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  19. I love your fantastic project Lisa! The post card is so fun and unique. Who would think to use it on a card:) Love the design and the papers....gorgeous! The bow is beautiful and love the little heart! I need to go check out that stamp set.
    Hope your having a great Friday:) I am SO glad the wknd is here:)
    Sherrie K

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  20. You are right Lisa, this is an awesome stamp...and your card is gorgeous!!! Love the vintage look of it, you should enter it into JOANS GARDENS challenge, it is vintage this week....and congrats on being a guest designer, that is fantastic!!! Have a wonderful and creative weekend my friend and try to stay warm...snow-snow and more snow on the way :>)

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  21. Gorgeous !!!!! I love the love letters idea your card is so pretty.

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  22. This is absolutely gorgeous Lisa!! I love the whole thing!!

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  23. Awesome Lisa, another of my top five "loves" vintage. I adore everything about it, takes me back....Hugs P x

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  24. This is beautiful Lisa,love the soft vintage look.I am off to check that stamp out...I LOVE postcards!!
    Jayne x

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  25. What a beautiful card. Just love it.
    Ashley

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  26. Ohh...super cute! Love the color combo and layout! Thanks for joining us this month!

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  27. Your card is beautiful! Thanks for the idea.

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  28. This is BEAUTIFUL, Lisa! Love that stamp and the colors you used and the awesome design!! Love Love Love!

    Hugs,
    HL

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  29. Wow WOW WOW!! Lisa this is gorgeous!!! Another incredibly gorgeous creation!!! "LOVE" it :)
    Thanks for sharing and have a GREAT weekend!!

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  30. What a magnificent card, Lisa. I love the way you used the postcard stamp to top off the stack of love letters. I want to thank you for sharing your ideas and talent with us, I will return to check out more of your site, as soon as I'm through "Hopping"!

    mulberrymindy.blogspot.com

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  31. Truly stunning! Your stack of postcards brings back memories of the letters we found among my grandmother's things after she passed away. Letter from her loved ones. This is just beautiful Lisa!

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  32. Your card is beautiful Lisa, love the twine around the mail, great touch and the lettering and bows aswell, you are so talented.
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  33. I love this stamp. I love what you did with it! Fabulous!!

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  34. I love your card! It's beautiful! :)

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  35. Ohhh WOW -- your Love Letters card is just EXQUISITE!!! LOVE this totally!!!

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  36. Fabulous!!! Love, love, love the way you tied up your bundle of postcards with twine, so cute!!!! Really lovely card!!!!

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  37. Such a lovely card! It would thrill anyone's heart :)

    Sheri

    sherii at cfl dot rr dot com

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  38. Beautiful post card.love that stamp.Great font too.

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  39. My sweetest friend, this is so romantic, sweet, and all things lovely. :o) I positively adore that postcard cling stamp! It looks so authentic, particularly when inked to perfection. I LOVE that you tied a few together, the papers are so beautiful, and I adore the sentiment. **dreamy sigh** This is vintage elegance at its best. :o) Stunning work as always, my dear Lisa. :o) (And congratulations on being a guest designer for the hop! So exciting!)

    Hugs and blessings!

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  40. This is so sweet. What a great keepsake this will make, now I wish I've kept all my love letters.

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  41. This is stunning! I LOVE the way you wrapped up the letters with a little tied bow, so romantic and old fashioned! Love it!

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  42. Really beautiful, I love the postcard and the sentiment is fabulous
    Lindsay xx

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  43. Absolutely beautiful! Love the stack of postcards that you've created for the card!

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  44. The stamp is gorgeous and the twine adds to the vintage look - I love it!

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  45. Just beautiful!! I love it!
    xoxo Charity
    thebookinroom@hotmail.com
    thebookinroom.blogspot.com

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  46. Lisa, your card is beautiful. I love the vintage feel to it and all the details you added. Great job.

    Thanks for joining us at Joan's Gardens for our weekly challenge.
    Joan
    www.atjoansgardens.com

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  47. Hiya, hope you are well, just hopping back to ask if you would mind if I made something inspired by this card? it's not a card that I want to make but it is inspired by this, of course I would link back to here when I blogged it
    Lindsay xx

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  48. The tea die distress ink, leaving the border white really makes these postcards look real and antique! Love the twine around them...just like the old days. From what I can see of the interior, it looks just as beautiful! Thanks for sharing ~~

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