Sunday, July 27, 2014

Christmas in July Blog Hop

Do you like blog hops. I sure do. They are always fun. We are having a 'Christmas in July Blog Hop' and challenge over at Exploring Cricut and More and we sure hope you plan on hopping along with us and joining our challenge. Now, if you are hopping and you came from Annette's blog, then you are in the right place, but if you just stopped by to see what I've been up to, why thank you. How about joining us for our blog hop. Head to Exploring Cricut and More and start at the very beginning. Don't miss any stops, there just might be some blog candy along the way. I know there will be at Exploring Cricut and More and I plan on having something to give away also. Just make sure you follow the rules that each have set up for a chance at the blog candy.
If you are a regular here, you know I have just fallen in love with the box cards. I think they are just fabulous. When I heard that SVG Cuts was coming out with some Christmas Box Cards, I just couldn't wait to get my hands on these files. How excited I was when I downloaded them and laid them out in my Silhouette program. If I had of had enough time, I would have cut them all, but alas, this thing called 'work' tends to get in my way. So for our blog hop I chose the Christmas Tree Box to showcase. I used Christmas stacks that I've have for years and I just love how it turned out. I used my Wink of Stella pens on the stars and tops of the ornaments. Gold for the stars and yellow for the tops of the ornaments. I added some Doodlebug Designs Sprinkles to the train. These are from the Birthday Boy set. I got these from The Royal Castle Shoppe. On the back panel I used the Snowflake Cuttlebug embossing folder. I can't remember the name of the embossing folder I used on the tree.
Well that is it. From here you will be heading over to Faith's blog. Don't miss anyone, because if you do, you will be missing some awesomeness for sure!!!
If you get lost, come back by and look below for the lineup.
Also, check out the blog candy I'm giving below the box card photos. You don't have to be a follower, but I do ask that you only comment once for the candy and have a U.S. address. I will post the winner late Sunday.
Hope ya'll like my Christmas Box Card!!!! :)




 
 
How about a $15 gift card from Hobby Lobby. Remember, only one comment and have a U.S. address. :)


Blog Hop Schedule

Annette www.mymindsdustbunnies.blogspot.com  

Sharon www.meemeescreations.blogspot.com   

Faith  www.thecraftingprofessor.blogspot.com  
     
Donna  www.wwwkindredkreations.blogspot.com     

Rae Ann  www.joyinart.blogspot.com 

Emily  www.emilyqueenofallthingscrafty.blogspot.com      

Michelle N  www.justanutterpapercrafter.blogspot.com 

Christi  www.tidbitsoftexas.com     

Liz  www.unikbyyes.blogspot.com            

Tina  www.thescrappinrabbit.blogspot.com 

Katrina  www.scrappyhorses.blogspot.com   

Michelle S  www.cricutcrazyscrapper.blogspot.com 

Diane  www.happyscrapperdiane.blogspot.com     


25 comments:

snappy scrappy said...

Adorable!

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

This is so super! I just love those trees! Carri~Abusybee
Skittles!
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Creative M said...

Absolutely Beautiful!!!
Would love for you to join us at Craftin Desert Divas Linky Party.
Have a wonderful day,
Migdalia
*Crafting With Creative M*

Tanya/Nonna said...

Oh my goodness, this is so cute Sharon! I love all the curved edges of the box and the sweet Christmas scene. I really love that fun little train - adorable!

Diane Kielman said...

I love your card and I can't wait to make some of those from that set too. Great job my friend and great blog candy!!!

Annette said...

Sharon, this box card is beautiful! I love how the shape is different than our normal box cards. Really love all the papers you chose:)

Annette
My Mind's Dust Bunnies

cmarie said...

Your box card is very unique, love it.

Martha Herrera said...

There is no doubt these box cards are popular! I love your project.

Jeri said...

Lovely cards. Will you e-mail the winner?

Creative Army Spouse said...

This is perfect for family and friends! I'm a huge box card fan and this is going on my christmas to do list this fall. Thank you so much

Lauren Sackman said...

I'm a huge box card person and this is awesome. I be adding this to my christmas to do list.

(i had commented before but under onecreativearmyspouse and i apologize i didnt mean to use that)

Tina H said...

This turned out wonderful! I bought this file too! I love SVG cuts and I think your card is fabulous :)

Katrina Brown said...

Love your box; it's so cute. I haven't tried a pop-up yet, but this one inspires me to try it!

Linda H said...

Absolutely lovely card! The colors make it look luxurious. Nice job!

Carol and Kaitlyn's Krafts said...

This so so cool!

Carol (Carol's Creations)
4evercarolscreations.blogspot.com

DIANA L. said...

Super cute I love these box cards Have a Blessed day, DIANA L.
http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com http://dianamlarson.ctmh.com



Michelle N. said...

Love this! The box reminds me of Santa's chair at the mall! Love all the different embossing and papers you used!

Sherrie K. said...

Wow! Sharon, what a unique and fun Christmas card! LOVE the tree's and the fun embossing! Beautiful!
Sherrie K

Donna and Sara said...

Wow! I just love this, the enamel dots are the perfect touch. I really need to learn how to make this type of card. Great job.

Christi Stapay said...

These box cards are really becoming popular! I'm going to have to hitch my wagon to this train and start making some myself. I just hope mine looks as cute & unique as yours! Great job!

Tammy said...

Wow love the card, I need to get busy and make a few of those. Great job.

Crystal said...

The box card is gorgeous! I'm going tip have to buy that set from SVG cuts since you have inspired me to get moving on my Christmas cards.

ScrappyHappyMommy said...

Love this! TFS.
Anita
ScrappyHappyMommy.blogspot.ca

Liz O. said...

LOVE this box card Sharon!!!! Awesome job! TFS and for your always kind comments!
Have a wonderful day!

Blue6366 said...

That is a cool box card. I really must try my hand at making one someday soon.