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01/13/2018

Sat 13

Blog Blitz! Love Shaker
by Nancy Penir

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Happy New Year, everyone! Poppystamps is in full Valentine mode with a Blog Blitz featuring all new Valentine dies!

I'm showcasing 'Love Stitch Circle Frame'. Together with another new die, 'Double Stitch Scalloped Rectangle Frames', here's a little inspiration for a 'Love Shaker' card.

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I cut several of the love circles, one in white, 5 in red. Rather than use foam, I love the look of a contrast color to pop up my die cut.

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The scalloped frames can be cut apart and used individually, but I kept them together and embossed a A2 sized card for an all over lacy look for my background.

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A bit of Birch Press Design ribbon and some glitter dipped paper roses, and my shaker is ready for my valentine!

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I used a combo of red sequins and red sequin hearts for my filler.

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This angle gives you a better look at how I assembled the die cuts.

Don't forget, each comment during the blitz gives you a better chance to win one of the new Valentine dies! Hope you win!

Nancy Floral Signature copy

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Comments

This is stunning Nancy, I love the embossed frames, such a neat idea : )

Wow! Wonderful Valentine's card!!! Love it!!!

This is beautiful. I love the shaker card and the red/white color. The new Double Stitch Scalloped Frame is lovely and would make a great addition to my dies.

So pretty. Love the details on this cut. Hugz

Sublime !!!
Bises
Thaly

Your Love Stitch Circle die is so pretty. Thank you for the idea to stack the 5 red and 1 white (I love that look and always forget to do it)!!!

WOW both the dies are gorgeous and knowing the quality of Poppy Stamps dies I know they will cut beautifully

Ah, so special looking!

Wow! I just love the way you did the background - I always just cut frames apart - what a neat idea! Beautiful card.

Love how you have used that fabulous die, gorgeous card! xxx

This is stunning! Love the circle die! And the frames set. Love your idea of using all the frames, really makes an impact!

Wow súper hermosa la tarjeta bellos los Die de Poppystamps. Gracias por compartir Nancy y Feliz Año 2018.

Great card....love the stitching that just seems to add a nice finishing touch. Really pretty.

Wow! I love these new dies! The embossed frames background is really pretty :)

What a lovely shaker card Nancy! That circle die is just begging to be turned into a shaker.

So fresh and pretty, love the dimension with all textures!

Fabulous card, showcasing these beautiful dies. xx

OH NANCY! BOTH of these dies are WONDERFUL! I LOOOOOVE what you've done! The white scalloped rectangle with all of the embossing is BEAUTIFUL! I also noticed the red lettering peaking out from under the white--Love! JUST BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!! ;)

What a cute card! I am hooked on making shaker cards, so thanks for giving me more ideas!

WOW... WOW!
This card is so sweet and beautiful.
Love those stitching details from the dies.
Thank you so much for a chance to win!

So in love with this amazing shaker card...what a wonderful die!

Fabulous card! Love all the stitching details & the shaker!!

Your background is amazing - love all the detail! Gorgeous card.

I'm in love with the double stitch scalloped rectangles!!
The love stitch circle frame is great as well. Absolutely beautiful card.

I love the look of a pop of red! I never thought of combining colors with stacked die cuts, thanks for the idea. Plus, I love the embossed detail of the scalloped rectangles. Beautiful!

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