Sunday, June 01, 2014

June's Hearts of the West Blog Hop

Welcome to The Hearts of the West Team blog hop. June Edition! 


This month's color challenge has been picked by Nancy Klein. It's soft color pallet perfect for this time of year. The project is open to our choice to keep it simple.

You're in for a treat, so grab your coffee, sit down and hop with the Hearts of the West ladies!



If you came from Nancy klien's Blog then you're on the right track. This is a circular blog hop, if you get lost or want to start at the beginning. You can find the list down below.



Here is my over embellished card, which i just love doing, simple is super but im not very good at it.
 I also used a sparkle flourishes, they don't stick here very good so i always place them where i want and just use my heat gun for a few seconds to make them stick. Trust me it works! 
I stamped the background in Olive with one of my favorite background stamps. For me this is a wonderful mix of current and past items 100% CTMH, of course ;-)


This is my favorite part, the little bow! It is super cute and if i could i would stick them everywhere. Ha! I cut the cute dress form at 2.5" and the overlay the same. I love the CTMH bonding memories glue pen for these detailed overlays.


Your next hop is Sweet Sentiments by Amanda 

The Line up

1. Nancy Kleinhttp://nancyklein.blogspot.ca/2014/06/hearts-of-west-june-blog-hop.html

If you have any questions or comments, we love to hear from you all. Thanks for reading and see you next month. You're always welcome here :-) You can purchase your own supplies through your local consultant. See YOU next month with another color design challenge! 


5 comments:

Donna said...

Nice card! Love the embellishments.

Linda Pekrul said...

Cute card Chantal! Love the dress form. I'm crazy about those bows as well! :)

Nancy K said...

Great card Chantal!

123 flames said...

Love your card Chantal, your hop wasnt there when i went through them on sunday morning!

Jackie Vandaele said...

I really didn't like the bows but I have changed my mine, seeing what you did with them!