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Transformations Blog Hop

Welcome to the Club Scrap Transformations Blog Hop!  If you've jumped here from Donna's Blog you're in the right spot.
If not, head back to Club Scrap to see what Karen has created.

Transformations has a very peaceful, Zen feeling to it. It would have been perfect for my Southeast Asia photos but I'm such a go-getter that I finished that album already.  As you can see from previous posts this kit can work with just about anything. 
I fell in love the with silver paper!  Shiny metallic paper is always a distraction for me.  I just came across a rosette thin metal die when I was cleaning out my craft room.  I had bought this to make rosettes and then realized how uncooperative they were to actually create! So, in the drawer it went.  I had heard rumors of tutorials out there to help so I searched Pinterest and got the gist. Hot glue!  That's the secret!  Anchor that dang rosette on a small circle of paper with hot glue. That bad boy isn't going anywhere!
I started out by using the 2 of Diamonds from the newest Idea Deck for a card sketch. Kinda played a little with the dimensions and papers because I wanted all my cards to have dark brown bases. I even created a few Christmas cards to kick off my holiday card season.

Supplies: Club Scrap papers, wood buttons, silver corner wraps. Want to Scrap tear drop pearls colored with Copics.

Supplies: Club Scrap papers, ribbon and stamps. Want to Scrap tear drop pearls.

Supplies: Club Scrap papers, resin gem, jewels and stamp.

Supplies: Club Scrap papers, resin gem and jewel strip. Basic Grey rub-on.


Supplies: Club Scrap papers, ribbon, jewels and stamps.

Supplies: Club Scrap papers, resin gem and jewels. American Craft rub-on.

Supplies: Club Scrap papers and brads. American Craft rub-on. Metal flower fell off my shift ;-)

Supplies: Club Scrap papers, jewel strip, ribbon and stamps.


Hope you enjoyed my take on the sketch and cards.  
Please continue on to see what wonderful creations Tricia has for you over at The Efficient Crafter.














Comments

  1. STUNNING cards. That silver paper rocks o your cards.

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  2. Wow--such fabulous cards! I love them all!

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  3. HOLY MOLY! Lisa these are simply amazing. I love the hammered paper rosettes, what a show stopper embellishment. WOW!

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  4. Wow Wow Wow!!! You have totally outdone yourself with these gorgeous cards this month,

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  5. Gorgeous cards! Rosettes really are stunning! Have a great day!

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  6. Beautiful. Love how you used the metal paper for flowers. Ingeneous!!!

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  7. Wow, so many pretty cards!!! Love the embellishments!
    Lilian
    The Leaf Studio

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  8. Lovely cards and interpretation of the sketches.

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  9. Gorgeous cards! I love the rich color combination!

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  10. Wonderful cards, and I bought extra of the silver paper as well, love it!

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  11. Great cards - love the rosettes! Really make a bold statement.
    TFS!

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  12. LOVE your cards, they are so pretty. My favorite is the flames on your candles, too cute!

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  13. Gorgeous cards! I love the Idea Deck formulas . . . all the hard work is figured out and you can get straight to the fun of decorating!

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  14. Those silver roselles turned out perfectly!! (Sorry I'm a bit blog hop behind!) Thanks for posting lots of fun card ideas!

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