Saturday, June 6, 2009

Blog Hope for a Cure

Welcome to CSS's blog hop!!!

If this is your first stop on the Clear and Simple Stamps Blog Hop, please go to the CSS blog and start your hop from the beginning. You don't want to miss anything and you certainly will if you don't hop on over there. If you have hopped to my page from Sue's blog than you are in the right spot.

Clear and Simple Stamps created some fun limited edition sets for this cause and here are my projects using these great little sets.

Love this quote from Winston Churchill.

I made a set of pins with the 2x2 Awareness set.

This is an 8 1/2 x 8 1/2 inch layout. I thought if would be a nice simple layout great for adding photos from the next "Walk for the cure" event.

In order to win you will need to create an ATC, Tag or Card Candy project using our Crop for the Cure Digi Papers. Then leave me a link to your creation in the comment section of this post. You can use other stamp sets to go along with the papers, but the main focus should be on how creatively you can showcase the Digi Papers. The papers are 4x4 in size and include 4 different patterns.

Here's another link to the Crop for the Cure Digi Papers:

You can upload your creations to Splitcoast or Paper Craft Planet by 9PM Sunday, June 7th using tag: CSSFTC09. We will then select our favorite design to win the new Awareness Darling stamp set and a surprise pack of embellishments.

The difference between the two you might ask....the 2x2's are a limited edition and will only be available to those who participated in the Crop for the Cure. The Awareness Darling, however, will be available for purchase on the CSS website and is a prize valued at $15.00.

Now you need to hop on over to Nicole's wonderful blog to see some more CSS Eye Candy!! And don't forget to enter the Blog Candy!!


Lynette Neus said...

All of these projects are really beautiful, Beth!!

Nancy B. aka Jean said...

Beth, you always come up the most darling ideas.

Love the pins!

Basement Stamper said...

Those pins are adorable but the card is definitely my favorite, I love the paper you chose to use!

terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

I've made 4 cards and they can be found here and I'll donate them to a local oncology clinic. Thanks for having this hop for such a great cause, and sharing all your ideas and inspirations!

Maria Levine said...

Beth you rocked this!

Anonymous said...

Enjoying all the creations for the blop hop for the cure. I made a couple of cards for the blog hop. You can find them here: