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Thursday Hip Hoppin'

  Greetings to all of our Unity friends
hoppin' with us today!
Welcome to my contribution to this week's hop.
Also, I'm sharing a couple of things that I had posted on 
the Unity Blog over the weekend, but haven't shared here you may (or may not) have all ready seen those :)
Here is a list of participating blogs in order:
 Unity Blog
Angie Blom
Jen Buck
Lisa Arana
Renee Aslette
Shellye McDaniel (you're here!)
Stephanie Muzzulin

On this card I've used the 
Webster/Unity Co-branded stamp: Dream Big

First, I stamped the butterfly image onto the yellow patterned paper
(from Webster Pages' Girl Land Collection).  I cut the blue patterned paper
to fit the card front and then, using a square die, cut a window from the center.
Using the same square die and one a little larger, I cut a green frame that I added to
the blue paper with a low-thickness foam dots. 
I then went back and stamped the butterfly image again onto different papers
from the Girl Land Collection, glittered them and then attached over the stamped
image...I love the 3-D effect ♥
 This past Sunday I hosted the Kit-of-the-Month blog post at Unity.
Here are the two pieces that I shared

I used the August Kit-of-the-Month to create the tag above.  
I have instructions on how I put it together up on the Unity blog post :)

I love that the KOTMs have both larger and smaller images for you
to work with.  Backgrounds, sentiments, icons and images are all represented!

Time now for a visit to the talented and sweet Stephanie Muzzulin!


  1. I just love that 1st butterfly card, and all the beautiful details. Stunning!! You have been such a busy girl. It all looks amazing!!

  2. You are a wonderful artist.Your work inspires me.

  3. you're so talented with cards, i love that !!
    it's so beautifull !!

  4. I love all 3 a lot! Both butterflies are beautiful!!

  5. Beautiful cards. Love the 1st butterfly one the most. TFS

  6. Wow this are Lovely. I can look at them all day. I love pintosetts and the butterflies card. Are so awsome card.

  7. Stunning projects and love the butterfies!!!

  8. Your projects look amazing! You made me put the Webster's Pages Itty Bitty stamp in my shopping card.
    Hugs and smiles

  9. so much eye candy! beautiful projects, shelley! I loooove that first card so much, the frame with the buttons is awesome!

  10. Love these card creations!! Your eye for colour is always so strikingly gorgeous!!

  11. I love love your cards! I have the dream big butterfly stamps.. Time to ink those up again :)

  12. Wow, your projects are beautiful! My favorite is the butterfly card...I'm pinning it for future inspiration right now!

  13. All your work is beautiful. You are very talented!

  14. WOW, each creation is absolutely lovely!

  15. These are beautiful projects. Out of this world.

  16. All of the creations are wonderful, but I am drawn to that poinsettia tag!

  17. These are totally amazing! Love love love the tag.


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