Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Guest Design Spot at Craftin' Desert Divas

I've never considered myself a diva, but today I guess "I'm a Diva"!!  I've been invited to Guest Design for the ADORABLE Craftin' Desert Divas.  I can't even begin to tell you how incredibly CUTE the stamp set is that they sent me.  It's called Elf Made; and it includes a girl elf, a boy elf, and five sweet little sentiments.  This is the card I created using my new Craftin' Desert Divas Elf Made stamp set.  Their entire New Release is DARLING!
I totally used patterned papers from my stash on this card.  I can't even tell you what company they're from.  I just know that they're OLD, and they were in one of my Christmas bins.  I also used a paper doily, some glittered berries, a PTI holly leaf die cut from wool felt, a rusty jingle bell, Tim Holtz ink, and several lengths of May Arts Natural Burlap String.
 
I'm SO grateful to Tara and her talented group of designers, and I thank them for inviting me to join them this month.  They welcomed me warmly, and were SO friendly.  I hope you'll take the time to check out all the amazing stamps they carry; including all the amazing Christmas stamps available in their new December Release.


Here are this release specials for you:
1. Use Code: 20NOV to receive 20% off your entire order. Sale ends Dec. 5 Midnight MST.
2.  4x6 Freebie is for a $30 minimum purchase (before tax & shipping) in the CDD Shop Offer ends December 5, 2014.

I'll be back again on Saturday for the Craftin' Desert Divas Blog Hop.  You won't want to miss that either  - SO much fun is in store for everyone.  Thanks for stopping by!
 
My Cup Runneth Over,
Karen

P.S.  If you're looking for a GREAT SALE, stop by Really Reasonable Ribbon today through Black Friday for their big end-of-year super sale!

69 comments:

  1. Your cards are always so lovely Karen , this one is beautiful , such fab colours. Love the doily and the burlap string !! Congratulations on being a design team member!

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  2. Fabulous card... love those little cute helpers :)
    ~ Eva Scraps

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  3. What a wonderful vintage looking Christmas card, Karen! I always look forward to seeing what you create. Congrats on being a guest designer!
    Beth
    Beth's Beauties

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  4. What a creative & sweetly adorable card, I so like your choice of papers and patterns combination. Thank you for sharing your wonderful talent with us today.

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  5. Oh my goodness, so cute!
    Sherrie K

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  6. Lovely... I like how you used some many different textures for this, they all come together very well.

    Tamicka

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  7. WooHoo!! I am so glad I came back to see your project. Super cute and thank you for sharing

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  8. Love your card! The stitching is so pretty and that doily is the perfect touch! Thanks for being a Guest Designer for Craftin' Desert Divas! :)

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  9. Yes, I think you are a Diva. The card is adorable.

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  10. I am so happy that you are sharing your amazing talent with us at CDD. I always love your projects and this one is no exception! I love what you did with these adorable elves Karen!

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  11. That is such a cute boy and girl elf stamp.

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  12. love your elves. theyre too cute. thanks for sharing!

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  13. this is darling. Those elves are so sweet.

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  14. Love your card and the way you brought all of the colours together!

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  15. Absolutely beautiful card!! Thanks for joining the team as a guest designer for this release!!
    Nicole
    CDD dt

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  16. LOVE your card! It's so Festive & Fun! :)

    Theresa

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  17. This is so cute!! I love the doily and your coloring is perfect! Have a great day! :)

    Karen
    craftedwithlovebykaren.blogspot.com

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  18. Adorable card. Love your "old" paper choices.

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  19. These are just adorable. Thank you.

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  20. Beautiful card.Love the little elves and the stamp.

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  21. Beautiful card. Love the elves and stamp.

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  22. Pretty card. Thanks for sharing!

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  23. Congrats Karen and I love your card!! I hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  24. love the lace doily used with the snowflakes

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  25. Beautiful! Love your mix of papers

    Margaret xx

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  26. I love the papers you have chosen to use with your project. You did an awesome job

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  27. What a cute and very pretty card Karen - you have showcased the images beautifully.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  28. love your card so very pretty thanks for sharing
    Debbie

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  29. Omg, so cute. Great job with your coloring and love those sugared berries :)

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  30. Your card is absolutely adorable! I love that you used scraps! I save mine too! The holly with the bell and the doily and burlap string sure give it a perfect touch! And the elves are BEAUTIFUL! :)

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  31. Very nice, thanks for the ideas.

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  32. wow... very pretty... love the details.

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  33. Absolutely ADORABLE! Congrats on your GDS!! Awesome!!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    *Crafting With Creative M*

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  34. Perfect scene to go with the sentiment, love that you used old bits and pieces

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  35. Adorable card! Love the sentiments!

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  36. Love the name of your blog. Love your "santa helpers". Thank you for sharing. Hope you have a nice crafty day.
    Marcia
    mvanhoosan@gmail.com

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  37. Adorable card, Love all the different papers and your elves look super cute!!

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  38. Super cute! Love all the details. Thank so much for joining us Karen.

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  39. Super cute project, the little elves are so sweet! Love the fun textures you added to your card! Thanks so much for joining us as a guest designer over at Craftin Desert Diva's!

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  40. So pretty! I love the papers!

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