Welcome to our Dreamin’ Big Blog Hop!

Welcome to the Dreamin' Big Blog Hop!

I’m excited to be participating in my first blog hop in years!  We will be showcasing items from our new Seasonal Expressions Idea Book with various projects created by talented Close To My Heart consultants.  If you are visiting from Julie’s blog, then you are on the right track.  If you get lost along the way, feel free to start at the beginning with our hostess Carol

Dreamin’ Big Meets Thin Cuts

Dreamin' Big Blog Hop Card 1If you have been following my blog at all, you know that I’m in love with the adorable critters from the Some Kinda Wonderful Cardmaking set.  If you are new to my blog, welcome!  I’ll admit that my use of these critters has become a bit of an obsession.  😉  With that being said, how awesome is it that you can get the Some Kinda Wonderful Cardmaking Thin Cuts Bundle at a 25% discount this month!

On this card, I created the Dream Big banner by cutting it out of a 3×4 card on the PML sheet that comes in the Dreamin’ Big kit.  I also added enamel dots to the eyes of the fox!

Dreamin' Big Blog Hop Card 2Here is an example of the fox without the enamel dots.  On both cards, I colored the fox with Watercolor Pencils and went over it with the Blending Pen.

Next, check out Darlene’s blog or scroll down to see a Dreamin’ Big layout created with Flip Flaps!

Dreamin’ Big Meets Flip Flaps

Dreamin' Big Blog Hop Layout 1One of the great perks of being a CTMH consultant is attending workshops where we get to make art with sneak peeks of new product a month or more before it goes live to customers.  If you want to take advantage of this perk, I would love for you to join my team!  This layout is from our last Seasonal Expressions launch event in December.  I loved the layout that the CTMH art department created, so I didn’t modify it other than adding Flip Flaps.  Be sure to click on the images to see the full size versions.

Dreamin' Big Blog Hop Layout 2Dreamin' Big Blog Hop Layout 3Dreamin' Big Blog Hop Layout 5

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