Paper Smooches/EAD Designs blog hop (3-18)

Hello, hello!

It’s a Blog Hop kind of day.

Today, I’m teaming up with the Paper Smooches gang for the first-ever Paper Smooches/EAD Designs blog hop.

Paper Smooches  recently partnered up with EAD Designs to make rub-ons and stickerz. We thought that it would be fun to show just how well these products work together with Paper Smooches stamps.

With that,  meet my project for the hop and today’s card.

The Merci word is one of the Paper Smooches/EAD Designs rub-ons. The cute critters are from Paper Smooches’ Birthday Buddies stamp set. The patterned paper is from BasicGrey.

Be sure to check out the blogs of  the entire Paper Smooches team to see what everyone came up with:

Heather Pulvirenti
Heidi Van Laar
Kryssi Ng
Laurie Schmidlin
Teri (<—- that’s me)

Be sure to comment on at least one of the blogs for a chance to win. Kim will pick one person from all of the comments received on all five of the blogs to receive  receive 2 packs of EAD “thank you” rub-ons/stickerz and one PS stamp set.  The more blogs you comment on, the better chance you have to win.

89 thoughts on “Paper Smooches/EAD Designs blog hop (3-18)

  1. So neat the way you used all those stamps on the tickets! I love the woodgrain, too. It coincides with the ruled paper and it makes the tickets look like they were colored with crayon! Cute, cute! 🙂

  2. Great card. Love the way you used the different images from Birthday buddies…. Now I’ve got to buy that stamp set!! tfs.

  3. Very clever card. Love the way you used the tickets. Great little hop and I am so happy to be introduced to these stamps and rubons. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

  4. Oh wow! This is so clever! I love it. Must try this. Going into my inspirational folder now! Thanks so much for sharing your talent.

  5. I like the simplicity of this card! So many times, I get discouraged not having more time to dedicate to a project. But this would be so sweet and simple! Great idea!

  6. Ha! I love a card with a sense of humor, Teri! The portions of the animals’ faces are just perfect, and I love how you combined the tickets and background texture too!

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