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Beautiful Bling Hop

Welcome to the Beautiful Bling Blog hop. I am following Jennyfer , but if you just happen to stop by for a visit, you can start the hop with Melaine.

April's birthstone is a diamond, so we added some bling to our projects. Sticking with the theme, I decided to try something different. I used Diamond, Gold and Frosted Lace Stickles for coloring.

This is Neema from The Stamping Chef. You can get her HERE. ( I grew up with a very good friend names Neema when I was little, brings back memories, lol)
Card Recipe:
  • Sun- Paperdoll Dress Up- cut at 1"
  • Pyramids- My World- cut at 2"
  • Sand- Paperdoll Dress Up- cut to fit length (function key) and tore into strips and layered, used distress markers and sanding to give it some texture.
  • Paper- Core dinations cardstock
  • Digi Stamp- TSC- dressed colored with Stickles, hair and skin colored with Spectrum Nior markers
  • Sentiment- MFPR stamp

I am offering a RAK for this hop.  I made these 4 cards using TSC digi stamps (easel card, gatefold, wobble card and 5x5s) and would love to give them away.  There is some kind of bling on every one of them :)
All you have to do is leave a comment and if you are a follower, leave an extra comment for a second chance to win!

Tuesday Throwdown- make a background

Your next stop is: Daphne

Here is the whole line up, just in case you need it.

Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,


  1. Such a fun card. I love the iamge used. TFS AJ-

  2. Great card, Sandy! You've created the perfect background for that sweet image! Have a great weekend!...Nancy :o)

  3. Unique background. Love these ladies you shared. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Love the bling you used? Great card. Thanks for sharing

  5. That's a really fun card, well done! :) Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown!

  6. Pretty cards Nancy:-) love the bling on each of them:-)

  7. I saw your sneak on fb :) Love her sparkly dress!!!!

  8. this is beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

  9. Super cute, love all of your cards!

  10. Cute card! Nice and different. :-)

  11. what an awesome creation... I am a follower... This hop is is awesome...I can't wait to see everyone's creations...

  12. Walk like an Egyptian springs to mind - soooooo cute - I love your images and different styles of cards - TFS!

  13. Sandy, super cute card love the pyramids. I am very glad you entered this week at Tuesday Throwdown. I hope you had fun!!! See you back very soon to play in another fun challenge.


    Tuesday Throwdown DT

  14. Sandy she is gorgeous! Love what you did with all that bling!
    Scrappy hugs, Connie


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