Skip to main content

Literature Blog Hop

Welcome to the Club Scrap Literature Blog Hop. Join us on the hop to see what this talented group has created using this beautiful collection.  If you've arrived here from the very talented Tina's blog you're in the right spot. If not, make sure you start at the beginning to see what Karen has created for you.

Club Scrap papers, charms, stamps and stickers. Cricut title. Sizzix embossing folder. Sticker tiles. Cork Circles.

This layout was created using the layout card provided with each deluxe kit. I made a few size changes to accommodate larger photos on the left hand side. To add interest to the white panels I inked a brick embossing folder and then ran it through my Big Shot. A very cool trick I learned from Pam at the October Technique challenge.

I couldn't just stop there and thought I'd share this Christmas card that I absolutely fell in love with. I'm not even sure it will make it to the mail.  It might end up on the mantel with the decorations. 
The card is one of the multiple fold cards in the Greetings to Go set. I saved these for last, not really sure if I was going to do them as is or not. I finally went with it and was really happy I did.  I found this red velvet from a kit a loooooong time ago and die cut flowers from it. Lots of texture and shine! 
 Club Scrap papers, stamps, ribbon and velvet. Embossing powder. Gems.

Thank you for joining us today. Please continue on to see what spectacular project Donna has created for you using this kit.


  1. Oh Lisa, what a great place you have visitit. i live in Europe, but never been to Rome. Beautiful page with great background. The card is a darling one.

  2. Stunning layout and gorgeous card Lisa, love it all!!!
    The brink embossing is awesome!

  3. Lisa as always you have done wonders. Love the furry flowers too!

  4. Beautiful layout and card!!! I love the texture!

  5. Beautiful 2 page layout, and LOve the Christmas card!!!

  6. Such a fun layout, love the bricks! Also the Christmas card is stunning! Amazing!

  7. So much yummy texture on BOTH projects. TFS!

  8. Ooh, Girl, those bricks looked real! Love it all!

  9. Great LO and gorgeous Christmas Card!!

  10. Wow, Lisa gorgeous projects, always so cool!!!

  11. Awesome 2 pager! I love all the details and your card is gorgeous!

  12. That is an absolutely stunning Christmas card, Lisa! Yeah, I don't think I'd part with it, either! :)

  13. I love inking embossing folders! It's the coolest trick. Great layout! I made Xmas cards a long time ago using that fabric - the Scrap Rap had us use stamps and an iron to "burn" the design into the synthetic velour. Wild!


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Hot Chick

I've been honored by the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers and named the newest Queen of Snark (which is shocking for some of you).  This title comes with the honor of being the guest designer for the new Farm challenge. I wanted to create a farm feel to the whole card right down to the embellishments.  I think chicken wire, feathers and twine should do it:) Club Scrap papers, ribbon and stamps. Impression Obsession background stamp. Darice embossing folder. Recollections feathers.  Inside of card: A true friend is one who thinks you are a good egg even if you're half cracked.

I hope you join us over at the Sisterhood and share your farm creations.