Welcome to the Hop! It’s been a hopping weekend and now it’s just moving right on to Monday!
The Perfect Paper Crafting gals and Some Odd Girl gals are hopping together! Starting today and running through the 17th, you’ll be inspired.
You know I ‘heart’ my Perfect Layers Tools from Perfect Paper Crafting. I used them on my Easel card today. I used the 1/16th inch ruler to mat my inner layers and the 1/8th inch ruler to mat the outer layer. Check them out HERE and use the code Sparks 5% when you checkout! You will love them too!
I used images from the Some Odd Girl Fall Friends stamp set. I know, I know… I’m really into kids in piles of leaves this year! lol I stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored with Copic Sketch markers. My Easel card is 5 inches square when folded down for mailing. The pattern paper I used is Nightfall from American Crafts but it’s older…sorry ’bout that!
TIP: I mounted the pumpkin on a folded in half circle of card-stock and it serves as the ‘stopper’ for the front panel, holding it in place when it’s standing up. I adhered the bottom half of the circle to the base of the card and the pumpkin is mounted to the top part of the circle. When you fold the card down, the pumpkin just lays down flat too!
If you’re not already familiar with Some Odd Girl, you are in for a TREAT! They offer clear and digital stamps, cut files and new accessories, and they are super cute and quirky too! Once you see their unique style, you’ll always be able to spot them! You should have arrived from Alexis’ blog, but in case you get lost or distracted along the way, here’s the hop order:
Some Odd Girl blog
Perfect Paper Crafting blog
Pam Sparks (you’re here)
Mary Pat Siehl
Enjoy the hop, comment on every blog for a chance to win one of two prize packs that include one Perfect Paper Crafting Tool and one Some Odd Girl stamp set of your choice.
You have until midnight EST, Sunday to leave comments. The winner will be announced Monday, the 18th.
All the best to you! Thanks so much for stopping by!
Supplies I used…