Stampin’ Up! Grand Vacation Blog Hop

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Welcome to the Grand Vacation Hawaii Achievers International Blog Hop
you may have just hopped here from Sharon Armstrong's Blog

Our International Blog Hop was created to celebrate our achievement for earning the Stampin' Up! Grand Vacation to Hawaii.  The theme for our hop is anything Hawaiian. We will be in Hawaii May12th -17th staying at the Sheraton Waikiki Resort on Waikiki Beach.  If you want to see pics from my trip, be sure to check out my Facebook Page. 

My project is bright and fun and uses some of my favorite colors with the Flower Patch Bundle.  I think these two flower images create the perfect Hawaiian themed flower.  A few Brights Candy Dots in the middle add a bit of dimension.

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I die cut the flowers using the Flower Fair Framelits but fussy cut the leaf images with my Paper Snips as I really wanted the detail of the leaves to stand out.

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My greeting is from the retiring Yippee Skippee stamp set and a strip of Melon Mambo 1/8" Taffeta Ribbon adds some interest along the left side.

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Your next stop is the very talented Connie Babbert, thanks for stopping by and enjoy the rest of the fun projects we have for you!

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 Blog Hop List

 
1. Brian King  
18. Bec Ross 
19. Ann Craig 
 26. Betty Button 
30. Jacque Williams
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17 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Grand Vacation Blog Hop”

  1. Love the white space…..such nice clean lines and bright, happy colours…..very true of that sentiment! Looking forward to meeting you in Hawaii!

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  2. Love the nice clean lines and white space……the colours are just perfect…..bright , happy and very true to the sentiment! Looking forward to meeting you in Hawaii!

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  3. This is gorgeous Barb. I do have a soft spot for pink and paired with the yellow and white it looks amazing. A bright and happy card…and I agree…you can never have too much happy!
    Looking forward to meeting you in Hawaii soon, Louise xo

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