Saturday, 7 May 2016

Saying Goodbye With A Double Dose of Boys Will Be Boys by SU! Part of the New Jems Monthly Blog Hop :-)

Hello there,
Today I am taking part in the first of the new Jems Monthly Blog Hop. You should have hopped here from seeing Sharon's lovely creations, you can hop back there if you like or continue around the loop until you get back here :-) and for a full list of all the blogs in this group you can go HERE.
We will be having a regular hop on the first Saturday of every month, each month will have a different theme and we will be sharing lots of SU! fun and inspiration with you all. All you need to do is pop to any of the participants, view their lovely creations and then click 'next' at the end of each post to visit the next blog. 
I hope you enjoy this months hop, the theme, perhaps unsurprisingly is "Retiring Products".
And I have chosen my favourite retiring stamps Boys Will Be Boys to make two cards for this hop, please take a look....
Lets look at the parachute army man card first.
I stamped the parachute man onto the background paper from the Going Places DSP stack, this map paper is perfect, right? Then I tied the thick twine around the card and knotted the ends in (what I think may be) a parachute rope style? ;-) The main image was stamped and heat embossed for easy colouring onto crumb cake card.
My youngest loved this card, said he wants it for his birthday, result!
 And a closer look at the girly Lego card too.
I masked a strip across the centre of this card before stamping and heat embossing the lego pieces either side. After colouring the lego in using Melon Mambo, Mint Macaron and Wisteria Wonder ink pads and my aqua painter I stamped the wavy strip from the Chalk Lines stamps (which have now sold out) between the images, topping it with a sentiment on some torn vellum.
Links to the main products I have used (that haven't sold out!) are at the end of this post. 
Well I really hope you've enjoyed these two cards from me today? I have two more for you tomorrow using this set so please don't forget to come back then but now you are off to visit the very talented Julie....
Happy Hopping!
 
For a list of all blogs participating you can go HERE :-)
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16 comments:

  1. fab makes love this set its perfect for my little one and his friends thanks for inspiration xx

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  2. Fab creations SJ! Having girls my favourite has to be the Lego card.x

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  3. I do like the effect of the embossed images and the water colouring!

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  4. No prizes for guessing you would use this set! Lovely makes x

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  5. Wow girly lego! wicked idea!

    Love both of your cards Sarah-Jane - always an inspiration to me :)

    Sam xx

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  6. I love these! You've done brilliant things with this set. Ps. Thanks for all the blog help xx

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  7. Love the heat embossed lego pieces-they look amazing!!!! Mmmmmmm has inspired me to try out more embossing projects :-)

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  8. 2 fabulous cards Sarah Jane... And thanks for all your technical assistance with the blog hop! Know you would use this set!! Mine is out and ready to go too.... One to be missed when it is gone...

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  9. Great makes and love how you've used the chalk lines x

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  10. This is one of my favorite sets and one I cant part with especially as I make so many boys cards with the Lego stamp! I have been inspired by all your makes with this set (not just today's makes) thanks for the inspiration.

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  11. Another set of great cards with this stamp set SJ. Mine won't be going anywhere and I think I might have to case these. k x

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  12. love the Chalk Lines/vellum combo - so effective and clever! I'm going to miss the Going Places DSP, I've found it so versatile.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Sarah L

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  13. What cool designs, you are so creative Sarah Jane, inspirational x

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