Monday, November 30, 2015

Hearts of the West December 2015

Welcome to the Hearts of the West team
 blog hop!
If this is your first time joining us you will love it. It features Close to my Heart
Consultants from all over Canada showing you their projects. The Hearts of the West team was founded by Nancy Klein.
 This months challenge is the Kaleidoscope paper pack, brought to you by the new Annual Inspirations, hand picked by Nancy Klein. 
If you came from Valerie Kapsha's Blog then you're in the right place, this is a go around blog hop so you can start anywhere! Just in case, the full list will be at the bottom. So, as always, grab your coffee, tea, water, relax, and hop around the team with us.
This month I created a few cards for my daughter to give as thank you cards for kind people at her school.  
For this card the jar was made on a piece of transparency film using black Memento ink but the transparency didn't like the ink so I traced the image using a sharpie pen.  I trimmed the transparency but accidentally smeared some ink on the card. In person this card is very cool because the jar is shiny.   

These next two cards were also made for my daughter since she had so many people to thank.
This final card I made also using the Kaleidoscope paper pack.  It was made specifically for my new CTMH Downline who just reached level 2 of Straight to the Top! I am so impressed with her!

Your next stop is Kerry Hammel's Blog.
Thanks for joining us this month and come back next month to see what creative projects we can bring to you! Thank you for stopping by and please feel free to leave a comment.
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  1. Very nice use of the B &T's! My favourite is the flowers in the jar. I love how your eye is drawn right to the centre. And the colours are beautiful!!

  2. Lovely cards Anna! I love the versatility you show! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Love the girl and the dog stamp! what one is that?

  4. Great cards! Love the background paper on the jar card.

  5. I love them all but the first and last are my favorites.