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It's a Blogiversary Party!

I am so happy to have a chance to celebrate, together with my teammates, Hiding in my Craft Room's blog anniversary! There will be lots of fun challenges and giveaways throughout the entire day today. These challenges will last all week long to give you time to play along.

To start the party we have the all time favorite Super Scraps Saturday. A month wouldn't be complete without a Super Scraps challenge!

The sponsor is
The giveaway is a
$12 Gift Certificate to the store!

I had the opportunity to use one of their lovely images called Spring Branch, which I loved to color! 

I colored this digi with Spectrum Noir markers from various sets (Yellows, Reds, Greens, Browns). I used the out of the box technique, one that I enjoy to use with this kind of floral images. I die cut the labels with Spellbinders Classic Labels Four and Spellbinders Gold Labels Four. The white label was stenciled with Distress Ink in Peeled Paint and heat embossed with a sentiment from Flourishes' Flowers for Jan stamp set in gold. I added a central panel layering leather textured cardstock in orange (also dried embossed) over patterned paper from Shery K. Designs. It was all adhered to a leather textured cardstock card base in white. Amazingly almost all was made from scraps!

Don't miss a chance to play along and win some crafty goodies this week! I can't wait to see what you'll create. I will be back in an hour with a second project for HIMCR's Blogiversary, so stay tuned!

Thanks for your visit. See you in a bit.

This card is participating in:
Bright Summer Colors - My Craft Spot
Anything Goes - Sami Stamps
Summer Colors - Docerela


  1. Like the colors, dies, layers on your card. The HIMCR #3 & #2 challenges indicate they do not start until 8/16 which is really the end date & there's no linky for them.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

  2. So beautiful, Gracie! I love how yo constructed your card and how you cut out the flower from Sami Stamps! Thank you so much for entering our challenge at Sami Stamps!

  3. I love the rich colors! Just a beautiful, beautiful card!

    I have featured your card on the Sami Stamps Blog:

    and Facebook page:

    1. Thanks so much! So excited! Already shared the news with my team and followers!

  4. This is such a gorgeous card! The image and sentiment are so beautiful, as is your card design. :o) Thank you for sharing your lovely creation with us at My Craft Spot!

    Hugs and blessings,

  5. Such a pretty card - with a wonderful sentiment! Wonderful job!

    Thanks so much for playing along with us at My Craft Spot!

    Small Bits of Paper

  6. It's so beautiful! Thank you for participating challenge Docerela Creations!


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