Chain Card Swap Blog Hop – Tracy

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Welcome to the eleventh (and last) series of Chain Card Swaps. At the beginning of October, Tracy Held started a fun journey with 11 other Australian demonstrators. We called it a “Chain Card Swap”. Each of us designed a card (round 1) and sent it off to one of the other participants. That person CASE-d (Copy And Share Everything) the card and send their version on to the next person. The card made its way around until finally a version came home to the maker. We are going to have a blog hop for each of the card designs to share the fun and amazement at the evolution.

Here is my take on the card I received from Monique. My card is number 8 in the series. The hop should be in the order the cards evolved so that you can watch the changes. Quite fascinating!

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Stamps: – Lovely & Sweet*

Inks: – Copper Clay, Pebbled Path

Card: – Whisper White, Copper Clay, Nature’s Sweetness Specialty DSP

Tools: –  Lovely & Sweet dies*, Stylish Shapes Dies

Embellishments: Simply Elegant Trim

  • This stamp set and dies set are available as a bundle with 10% discount until 30 April 2024. Fortunately, they will be available in the 2024-2025 Annual Catalogue, without the discount.

I hope you are inspired by my card. I’d love to know what you think. Make sure you hop all the way around , starting with Tracy, and see the way each card has progressed in the chain, and don’t forget to leave a comment. We all love to get comments on our projects.

Thanks for hopping by.

Til next time,

Netty xx

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Chain Card Swap Blog Hop – Sharni

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Welcome to the tenth series of Chain Card Swaps. At the beginning of October, Tracy Held started a fun journey with 11 other Australian demonstrators. We called it a “Chain Card Swap”. Each of us designed a card (round 1) and sent it off to one of the other participants. That person CASE-d (Copy And Share Everything) the card and send their version on to the next person. The card made its way around until finally a version came home to the maker. We are going to have a blog hop for each of the card designs to share the fun and amazement at the evolution.

Here is my take on Tracy’s card. My card is number 11 in the series. The hop should be in the order the cards evolved so that you can watch the changes. Quite fascinating! This series has seen massive changes in the card as it has travelled around. So much fun to watch the transitions.

Stamps: – Waves of Inspiration (greeting)

Inks: – Fresh Freesia, Basic Black marker

Card: – Basic Black, Basic White, Fresh Freesia, Delightfully Eclectic DSP

Tools: –  Scalloped Contours Dies, Basics 3D Embossing Folders, Sponge Dauber

Embellishments: Glossy Dots Assortment

I hope you are inspired by my card. I’d love to know what you think. Make sure you hop all the way around, starting with Sharni, and see the way each card has progressed in the chain, and don’t forget to leave a comment. We all love to get comments on our projects.

Thanks for hopping by.

Til next time,

Netty xx

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Chain Card Swap Blog Hop – Nancy

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Welcome to the ninth series of Chain Card Swaps. At the beginning of October, Tracy Held started a fun journey with 11 other Australian demonstrators. We called it a “Chain Card Swap”. Each of us designed a card (round 1) and sent it off to one of the other participants. That person CASE-d (Copy And Share Everything) the card and sent their version on to the next person. The card made its way around until finally a version came home to the maker. We are going to have a blog hop for each of the card designs to share the fun and amazement at the evolution.

Below is the card I created for this series. My card is number 4 in the series. The hop should be in the order the cards evolved so that you can watch the changes. Quite fascinating!

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Stamps: – Beautiful Balloons (retiring soon)

Inks: – Night of Navy, Versamark, Basic Black Marker

Card: – Night of Navy, Tahitian Tide (retiring soon), Copper Clay, Pecan Pie, Whisper White, Delightfully Eclectic DSP (retiring soon)

Tools: –  Waves dies (retiring soon), Sailboat Builder Punch (retiring soon), Painted texture 3D Embossing Folder, Sponge Daubers

Embellishments: Iridescent Rhinestones (retiring soon) Basic Stampin’ Emboss Powder

I hope you are inspired by my card. I’d love to know what you think. Make sure you hop all the way around, starting with Nancy, and see the way each card has progressed in the chain, and don’t forget to leave a comment. We all love to get comments on our projects.

Thanks for hopping by.

Til next time,

Netty xx

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Chain Card Swap Blog Hop – Monique

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Welcome to the eighth series of Chain Card Swaps. At the beginning of October, Tracy Held started a fun journey with 10 other Australian demonstrators. We called it a “Chain Card Swap”. Each of us designed a card (round 1) and sent it off to one of the other participants. That person CASE-d (Copy And Share Everything) the card and send their version on to the next person. The card made its way around until finally a version came home to the maker. We are going to have a blog hop for each of the card designs to share the fun and amazement at the evolution. I suggest you start at Monique’s blog for this series.

Below is the card Monique created for this round:

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Below is my take on the card Nancy created for this series. My card is number 5 in the series. The hop should be in the order the cards evolved so that you can watch the changes. Quite fascinating!

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Stamps: – Christmas Classics

Inks: – Versamark

Card: – Pecan Pie, Basic White

Tools: –  Paper Snips, Bone Folder

Embellishments: White Stampin’ Emboss powder

I hope you are inspired by my card. I’d love to know what you think. Make sure you hop all the way around , starting with Monique, and see the way each card has progressed in the chain, and don’t forget to leave a comment. We all love to get comments on our projects.

Thanks for hopping by.

Til next time,

Netty xx

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Chain Card Swap Blog Hop – Michele

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Welcome to the seventh series of Chain Card Swaps. At the beginning of October, Tracy Held started a fun journey with 11 other Australian demonstrators. We called it a “Chain Card Swap”. Each of us designed a card (round 1) and sent it off to one of the other participants. That person CASE-d (Copy And Share Everything) the card and send their version on to the next person. The card made its way around until finally a version came home to the maker. We are going to have a blog hop for each of the card designs to share the fun and amazement at the evolution. I suggest you start at Michele’s blog for this series.

Here is my take on the gorgeous card Genna created for this series. My card is number 7 in the series. The hop should be in the order the cards evolved so that you can watch the changes. Quite fascinating!

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Stamps: – Quiet Meadow

Inks: – Boho Blue 

Card: – Boho Blue, Basic White, Fresh as A Daisy DSP,

Tools: –  Nested Essentials Dies, Meadow Dies

Embellishments: Brushed Brass Butterflies, Boho Blue Textured Ribbon

I hope you are inspired by my card. I’d love to know what you think. If you’d like to purchase the products I used for this card before they retire, click on the link to my online store below. Make sure you hop all the way around , starting with Michele, and see the way each card has progressed in the chain, and don’t forget to leave a comment. We all love to get comments on our projects.

Thanks for hopping by.

Til next time,

Netty xx

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