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Thursday, August 9, 2012

Polka Dot Polka Blog Hop

if you're here for Garfield and Odie, I'm thrilled but would love for you to take a moment or two to see if you can see dots before your eyes!!!!

Umpa. Umpa. Umpa. We are celebrating national polka day but adding a twist. Polka is to music and to DOT so we have created things that have POLKA DOTS on them. How fun! Instead of making Polka music our talented crafters have made things with dots on them.
       
Start with Lorby's World and don't forget to leave a comment and become a follower of hers because she's giving away something or other. We know that she has great goodies to offer!

Here are my polka dots which became a card!!! Surprise Surprise!!! I love dress forms and thought a polka dot dress on a dress form, now how cute is that!!!!


  • My card was cut using Hot Pink Recollection card stock cut at 4.15 x 5.5 inches
  • The floral background was cut at w3.75 x 4.75-inches and yes, it was scraps!!!
  • Dress form is cut from black Recollection card stock at 4.25-inches using Cricut Nifty Fifties Cartridge
  • Dress under-layer is the same pink that was used for my card with a pink and white polka dot from my scraps
  • My dress looked boring and white pearls were added on the bodice
  • Sentiment was stamped on white cardstock scraps “You’re simply the BEST!” which I was on the phone with a friend and started putting pink dots on the white. I also used a decorative corner punch and inked with the same shade of pink that the sentiment was stamped.
  • Pink pearls were then added on the corners of my sentiment and on the bottom right corner of my card as it looked lonely!

 Thank you for stopping by and please continue on to Lissa Marie
 In case you get caught up with the polka music or the polka dots, I wanted to leave with you the FINAL LINE UP...


God Bless and thank you for stopping by
Hugs, Love, and Pixie Dust
Lynne

10 comments:

  1. I love polka dots and I love cards with the dress form because I made all my clothes since I was a young girl.

    Sue
    rolfe974@prodigy.net

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  2. I love the pearl accents. =) What can I say, pink pearls are my favorite. hehe

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  3. You go girl! You pulled it off and put together a great little card. I love the dress form from the nifty fifty cartridge. Thanks for joining me again.

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  4. Very cute card and dressform. Love the use of the doily too! very clever. Thanks for sharing on this new hop! New visitor and follower. jellybeankahler @yahoo.com

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  5. Very pretty. Like the cuts.

    marg0006 at verizon dot net

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  6. Great card! I Love the cuts!!! TYFS


    Amanda
    cricktncrafts.blogspot.com

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I love love love to hear what you think about my projects and would love to read your thoughts and inspirations.. Thank you for leaving a comment as I read each and everyone and thank you for taking the time to visit. Much love, hugs, and friendship
Lynne
aka Her Craftiness