Thursday, August 26, 2010

Lovebug Scrapbooking's August Blog Hop

Welcome to Lovebug Scrapbooking's "inspire Us" blog hop. Our blog hops take place on the last Saturday of every month. Thanks so much for joining us.

If you just happened by this blog and didn't realize a hop was taking place, please go back to Lovebug Scrapbooking to start the hop.

You won't want to miss all of the inspiration ..... Or the prizes!

Our theme for August is "Back To School"

I made the "Ryan" card a couple of weeks ago using a Pink Cat Studio digi image, and had to make the mouse one for "Cole", using a digi image by Elizabeth Dulemba!

The chipboard letters are super old Heidi Swapp, colored with Copics to match, and the navy letters are AC Thickers. Both are embellished with Prima and Kaiser Pearls. Papers are a combo of Crate Paper, Cosmo Cricket and unknown from my stash!







This hop will run from today until August 31st. We will be drawing for winners on Sept. 1st on the Lovebug Blog.

Please follow along in our hop! Your next stop is Liz

Please leave me a comment to be entered into a prize draw of some scrap goodies from my stash!

11 comments:

Jean said...

Love your work. So bright and colorful!

tania said...

That's a terrific idea!

What did you use for the letters? Are they stickers?

Liz said...

it's so nice to see boy stuff. I have two girls and It's so hard for me to come up with boy stuff for my nephews...LOL
very cute card!

Lindy said...

LOVE your cards. Sooo super cute.

Stephanie said...

What cute cards!! Great idea!

Carla said...

Those look great! Love that punch that makes the notebook edge!

April D said...

awesome cards...too cute!

April D said...

You have the wrong person linked for the next stop as it isn't supposed to be rachel!!

Alli said...

Margo your cards are super cute!

Lizzy Simpson said...

Love these cards. What a great idea to make a card for each of your children to celebrate going back to school!

Lizzy

Sophie said...

Those cards are lovely! You are a master at coloring! Love the stitching, too!