Monday, July 8, 2013

Blog Hop with Stacy Cohen

Today the Tombow DT is hopping with guest designer Stacy Cohen. I had time to look through some of her blog posts and you all are in for a real treat. If you have come from the Tombow Blog you are in the right spot.
 
A few weeks ago, I sent 107 cards to Operation Write Home for them to send to the troops. These are some of those cards I sent. I used Mono Adhesive Permanent to adhere the papers together and Power Tabs to pop up the image. The image is a pre-colored digital image from FredSheSaid called Emma and Rosey. It's fun to see how different the image looks with different papers and embellishments.

 
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MONO Adhesive Permanent, 52 Ft.

MONO Adhesive Removable

NEW Fastener Tabs

NEW Foam Tabs

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30 comments:

  1. what a wonderful set of cards with cute image. loved the image used.nice cards

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  2. Debbie, that was so nice of you to send all those cards to OWH- you are amazing. The little girl and the dog image is so sweet too!

    Hugs,
    Carmen L

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  3. Debbie, what a cute image. Your coloring is excellent and your paper selections are inspiring. Thanks

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  4. Debbie--Your cards are gorgeous! One day I will color like you!!! LOL

    Lisa T.

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  5. love your cards they are so cute !!! great job and so glad you sent cards to owh ....our military deserve great cards to send out to family and friends !

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  6. Hi,
    Love the cards and want to learn more about digi too! Left a message on the 4th but don't see it here.
    Lyn

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    1. Hi Lyn, I'm not sure what you are talking about. Please e-mail me and I will try to help with any questions you have.

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  7. Absolutely charming. What a great designer you are! And thanks so much for helping out our troops. I plan to start pitching in too.

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  8. Thanks for helping send cards to soldiers. I love the different cards using the same image and the button border is my favorite!

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  9. perfect variations on the cards set... love those kinds of projects, they become addictive....

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  10. I still love your cards. I have never used digital downloads for cards, only stamps and stickers. I am going to have to look into some of the digital downloads...
    Lyn

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  11. Such a sweet image!! Love your cards. Blessings on you for making all of those!!
    <3 J

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  12. Love all your cards - My favorite is the button card. So colorful! Your coloring is fantastic!

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  13. You made a very lovely assortment of cards! I noticed the dress color changes! lol

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  14. It's amazing how changing the colors can give the card an entirely different feel. I love them all!

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  15. Fantastic cards! Love how you changed them up! Great coloring! TFS

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  16. they are all cute but the 2nd one is my favorite!

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  17. What adorable cards! I love the coloring!

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  18. Very sweet! Love all the different color combinations!

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  19. Those cards are super adorable Debbie! Those images are gorgeous!!
    TFS!! Take Care!!
    Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/

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  20. Oh my goodness, these cards are so cute!! I love the different variations.

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  21. These are fabulous cards. Love the pattern paper you used on each one.

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