venerdì 1 luglio 2016

SpiegelMom Scraps July release Blog Hop

Hello everyone and welcome to this month's blog hop, aka SpiegelMom's Skippings!   Today is extra special because SpiegelMom Scraps is not only revealing the fabulous new sequin mixes for this quarter, but she's also welcoming this month's Guest Designer, Khristina Sorge.  We are super excited to have her designing with us this month so watch for her first blog hop next week!

Jody revealed the new sequins on the SpiegelMom Scraps blog which you can check out HERE .  
Your entire line up for today's hop is

Sarah  
>>>Lea<<<
Katty  

For today's blog hop you should have arrived here from Sarah. She  created as always a beautiful and creative project, I recommend you not miss to visit her blog.  For today's project  I created a card from the summer, inspired by the beautiful mix of sequins Marmeid's Tale (blue, lilac, green and tiny silver stars).
For the background I used watercolors in the colors of sequins, and on it a number of levels with pattened paper and cotton lace. The icing on the cake was to enrich the card with sequins making guided by splashes of color.









Thank you for spending your time with us today! 
The 2 prizes for this blog hop include $10 shop credit & ALL the new sequin releases PLUS another sequin mix of your choice!! You need to comment on all the blogs to be entered to win, and sharing the hop on your social media accounts earns you extra entries too! A winner will be picked after July 11:00pm CST July 2nd and announced here on the blog Sunday, July 3rd

 Now, you'll be heading over to Khristina  's blog.  

7 commenti:

  1. Beautiful background on your card!

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  2. Wow, I love how you used the new sequins on your layout, Lea!!

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  3. I really love this card! the circles keep your eyes moving and the sequins bring a great sparkle to catch your eye!!!

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  4. I love movement and superimposition you gave to add volume! This art...

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  5. I love the blue/green color combo and the torn edges of the paper used on your sentiment!

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  6. Stunning card Lea! Your mixed media always looks beautiful!

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