Thursday, September 28, 2017

Blog Hop with Buttons Galore and Poppystamps!


Good Morning! 
And a big welcome to the Cross Blog Hop.
You should have reached me from Anaya's blog. If you want to start at the beginning, visit the Poppystamps blog or Buttons Galore and More for all the details, 
and a chance to win some Blog Candy!
Ok, let's get right to the fun!
You can't have a hop without some inspiration, right?


How about a Halloween shaker? Filled with goodies from Buttons Galore?
They have the cutest jar of wondrous sparklies called 'Spooky Fun' that I used for filling my shaker.
Included are the big beads I used as bodies for my spiders.
Every thing else is from Poppy's new Halloween release available in the store now.
There's a special sale going on in both stores, so don't miss it!

All righty then, hop along, your next stop is Connie Mercer.
Here's the complete list and links.

Poppystamps Blog   http://poppystamps.typepad.com/
Robin Tharaldson  https://www.stamptress.com/

Buttons Galore and More Blog http://buttonsgaloreandmore.net/



55 comments:

  1. This is fun. I love the die and the button shaker. Creative.

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  2. This is such spooky fun & oh so cute for Halloween.

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  3. I love all the color on this from the layered background to the colorful shaker mix! A Halloween treat!

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  4. Wonderful Halloween card. The color of the shaker mix is perfect.

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  5. I love this Halloween mix of sequins and your card. Great Creepy Forest Collage die!

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  6. Oh wow!!! Beautiful Halloween card!!!

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  7. Oh my goodness, those sequins are a perfect mix for your gorgeous shaker. Love this. Love it!! Hugz

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  8. Just the right amount of spooky! Beautiful shaker card!

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  9. Nancy, I love how you combined these colors into this beautiful fall card. Love!! - Jennifer Svare

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  10. Bright vibrant sequins put together in such a way that they look amazing.
    Love this colour combo you've created. 🙂

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  11. Nancy I just want to CASE every single card you ever made!! This is so fun and cute, CUTE! You always think of the smallest details that make your cards awesome.... beads for the spiders??? Your talent and ideas blow me away!!

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  12. nice colors you used on your card!!!

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  13. Great Halloween card, love the bright sequins used in the shaker, and I love the look on the pumpkin that you have achieved!

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  14. I love the layering on this card - it's super cute!!

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  15. Love the gold card base and the beautifully mixed Halloween sequins! Darling shaker card right down to the perfect spiders! Love this one, Nancy!

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  16. Your shaker card is just the cutest. Thanks.

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  17. Cute and spooky scene. I like the colors of the sequins.

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  18. Goodness I just love this card. The colorful sequins play so well with that gold background. It's perfect!

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  19. So spectacular and fun and I love the little bead spiders

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  20. Super cute shaker card :) beautiful and spooky :)

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  21. Love the colors and layers Nancy, this is fantastic!!

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  22. Such a great spooky scene and what a great mix of sequins! I love your little bead spiders!

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  23. Such a fun halloween card, love the color combo of sequins for the shaker

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  24. Fun spook-tacular card. Like the colors & shaker style.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  25. Awesome Halloween shaker! Love the colors and details! Wonderful dies and a pretty mix of sequins!

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  26. I love how you added highlights and shadows with a second layer to some of your dies, great idea! I also love the colors in this sequins mix and how you used some for the spider' bodies, awesome card!

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  27. Love your fabulous Halloween card...just love all the wonderful little details!

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  28. So lovely creation - love the items in that shaker - love the dies used as well TFS

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  29. I've always resisted shaker cards, but you make them look so attractive!

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  30. Love the colors and combination of die cuts on this Halloween card. Very interesting.

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  31. Awww Nancy, what a cute Halloween shaker. I wouldn't have thought to use this die in this way, its fantastic. TFS!

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  32. A great Halloween card! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  33. Super cute shaker Halloween Card, Nancy!!! Love the sequins you chose!

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  34. so creative. love the shaker card. thanks.

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  35. Colorful Interactive Shaker card! Love how you used black "thread" to make spiders "dangle" from each side of Halloween sentiment...so creative! Colorful sequins "Brightens" your card...use of Mardi Gras colors with a "twist" on a Halloween card. Sweet!

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  36. This new release from Poppystamps is so much fun! I love Halloween, the colors in this sequin mix are perfect!

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  37. I love your card! Love the tree die and all of the beautiful, colorful sequins for the shaker effect!!

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  38. So bright and colourful and love the details thanks for sharing.

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  39. Love your darling Halloween shaker card. Such a fun card to send or receive!

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  40. Fabulous shaker card!
    Love the dies and the
    sequin mix.
    Carla from Utah

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  41. SUPER SHAKER CARD, Nancy! I like your kind of "spooky!" LOL It's just COLORFUL & FUN! ;) Those little spiders your created are CUTE! NEVER thought I'd say that about spiders! LOL ;) SUPER JOB!!!!!!

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  42. A super cool Halloween card! Love the adorable spiders!

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  43. This is such spooky fun & perfect for Halloween. Love the offset tree die!

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  44. So many fun dies on your spooky project!

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  45. Love this fun card! Thanks for sharing.

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  46. Brilliant Halloween shaker card. xx

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