Go-to-Gals and Friends Blog Hop (4-6)

Hi everyone!

Welcome to my part of the Go-to-Gals and Friends blog hop.

Joining me for my part of the hop are some dang talented and just plain, all-around good crafty girls. They are:

* Lisa Spangler

* Clouds Shadler

* Robyn Weatherspoon

* Sarah Martina Parker

* Tanis Giesbrecht

Can I get a woohoo? πŸ™‚ I am so excited the five of them are joining me today! I am big fan of each of them! They each inspire me as a paper crafter, and I hope you’ll get a little inspiration from them today!

The sketch I made for Go-to Sketches that I chose for the six of us to make something new from today is this one.

And here’s my new take on it.

I flipped the sketch upside down and made the card a rectangle rather than a square. I didn’t take a picture of it, but the inside of the card says, “Hang 10!”:) Hee hee.

The papers are from My Mind’s Eye and Fancy Pants Designs. The letter stickers are from Making Memories. And the gems are from Kaisercraft.

Be sure to leave comment on each of my friends’ blogs, as well as my blog.

You’ll also want to check out the Paper Crafts blog, as well as the other Go-to-Gals’ blogs today to see what sketches they picked and the friends who are joining them in the hop. You can get to their blogs by clicking on their names:

* Maren

* Jess

* Betsy

* Kim K.

* Kim H.

PaperΒ  Crafts will at random pick three people from all the comments received over all the blogs. Those three winners will receive a copy of Go-to Sketches.

Comments will be taken until midnight on April 8th.

The more comments you make, the more chances you have to win. Thirty-seven (37!) big chances in fact if you comment on each and every blog! Go you! πŸ™‚

Thanks for stopping by!

PS… Be sure to check out Moxie Fab World today, too. Here’s a little peek of a Tuesday Trigger project I made. I was inspired by a card by the talented Heidi Van Laar. And you guessed it. That inspiring card appeared on the pages of Go-to Sketches.

PSS… I’ve also got a code for you to get a price break on Go-to Sketches and free shipping (in the States). Click here and it will take to the Paper Crafts and Creating Keepsakes store. Enter “SKETCH20” at checkout and you’ll get 20 percent off and free shipping.Β Β  Note: This code will automatically deduct 20%, plus give you free β€œstandard” shipping. It’s a savings of $5.99 off the issue’s retail price. The code is good through April 8th.

186 thoughts on “Go-to-Gals and Friends Blog Hop (4-6)

  1. LOVE this! Fabulous papers, super fun image and flawlessly clean πŸ™‚
    THANKS so much Teri for inviting me today. I had a great time with that sketch!

  2. I love your sketch and all the awesome cards your friends did with it. It is so fun to see so many different styles with one sketch. Your surfer card is totally awesome dude πŸ™‚

  3. I love your sketch and your card! I am enjoying the blog hop and seeing all the inspiring designs from the sketches, this magazine is a must have! TY!

  4. Cute Card! I have a little nephew who would love this card for his birthday later this month. With some plastic inside of course!

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  6. I stumbled across your site on the Blog-Hop and boy, am I glad I did! I have been going back through all your daily card postings! What a great inspiration to all of us who are “creatively-challenged.” I enjoy your style! Thanks for sharing!

  7. This card reminds me of California!! Sigh. We just moved to Florida. No surfing out here 😦 oh well.

  8. I love this card. I was a little bit worried that there would be tons of buttons on it when I first saw your blog banner (I HATE buttons), but I LOVE what you have done with this card, it is simple, clean and beautiful.

  9. Teri, this card is amazingly cute! luv it, such a cute fun summer card! Thanks for letting me be a part of this awesome experience!

    Clouds πŸ˜€

  10. Oh, I am so putting this idea in my “to do” file! I always struggle with cards for teen boys, and this card is perfect! Love what you did with the sketch and the colors you’ve used. Thanks for sharing!

  11. Great Card! I always make my cards too involved & they take me so long to figure out and get done. I think I need to lighten up. TFS

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