How cool that you can join me for this wonderful new release from Create a Smile, and I am sooo excited to be part of this hop, I just had to make a video using Christine’s awesome new stamps… for the deets on how to WIN a stamp set scroll down!
Here are the new sets, aren’t they adorable!
You can check out my video here or Watch it at Youtube.
And for my second card I played with the new ‘Whimsical’ set, such a FUN boy set, lovin’ the retro feel to the images!
Christine is so thoughtful, she even has English ‘explanations’ when you shop at her store, how wonderful! Hope you are enjoying this new release as much as I am, now it’s time to hop along to
Linda Trace’s fabulous blog
and just in case you get lost along the way, here is the blog hop list.
Surprise – Other Supplies: Stamps – Create a Smile – Penguin Party. Copics – W2,4. RV00,02. Y13,17. C7. Booo,02. BG13,15. R05,27.
I Dig YOU – Other Supplies: Stamps – Create a Smile – Whimsical. Cardstock – Bazzill – Walnut. Copics – Y13,17. W4. B000.
41 thoughts on “Create a Smile September Release, Blog Hop & Giveaway (bonus video)!”
Pure inspiration, love them both ;))
How cute are these? Love both of them, but especially the penguin of surprise!
Awesome card! That’s a lot of paper piecing but you did a great job! 🙂 The 2nd card is so adorable hehe.
great cards – I especially love the paper piecing on the first one
They need to design some metal-dies just for you for this set!! You amaze me with your attention to detail and patience for piecing this all together. Its totally worth all that work though, a gorgeous card. And the little digger, what a fantastic idea!! Just love it and such a clever use of the stamp set. Create a Smile will be so glad they asked you to be part of this hop!!!
Wow Therese, you amaze me!
First of all: Thanks for sharing the video, I loved it. You patience on that paper piecing is incredible – and the card turned out so super cute! So clever to make him peek out of only one box!
And the digger card – so simple but so genius with that digged shape.
Thank you so so so much for joining this hop! It’s just as Shona said – we’re lucky to have you!
Btw: I got an email from a German reader who told me that our choice of guests is “sensational” and she found the most amazing blogs through that hop. Just wanted to let you know 😉
Fun cards you created. I espacially love the one with the presents, this is amazing!
Love both of your cards, Therese! Awesome!
Oh my LOVE that penguin card so sweet..love the Dig you too..both such fun cards!
love the penguin card. So much effort with all the paper piecing, but totally worth it!
Both cards are so awesome! I love how you created the extra presents. That digger card is just beyond fabulous! So clean and clever 🙂
two really great ideas! 🙂 my favourite is the “surprise” idea
Oh my your cards are adorable… Wow 🙂
Wow so much effort in this amazing card how long took it to finish this. LOVE, LOVE it. So glad to have you on our bloghop. Loved the video too.
OMGOSH! Your card is so stinkin CUTE! I love the design of these stamp sets. Off to check out the website….
so wonderfully fun & clever!
This little penguin keeps on bringing a smile to my face! Great paper piecing in your first card and amazing CAS design for your second. Love that dug hole!
wow these are so fun.. i really love the I Dig you card.. very clever
Theresa, you took that one lil stamp and stamped it all those times . And mad that smashing card .. My goodness. The talent that radiates from you is amazing… Tfs yours in ink Anne
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WOW! Your cards are so very fun and AWESOME! I love all the little presents in different patterns on the first one and I absolutely LOVE how how you did the ‘dirt’ on the second….GENIUS!
WOW! Fantatic video showing how you paper pieced together the CUTE penguin and presents!! Love both of your cards!! Thanks for sharing! 🙂
You did such a great job with these stamps! I love both cards Therese! What a fun idea you had with the digger card!!! Fantastic!
Wow, what a wonderful card you have made. Love the pequin card!
I’ll like the style from the ‘create a smile’ stamps.
Both cards are gorgeous,but the diggin´idea is WOW!
Wow! Your cards are amazing – when I first saw the penguin in the box I thouhgt of a card like yours! And the digger card – amazingness overload!
Oh my goodness! These cards are the cutest I’ve ever seen! Brilliant designs, lovely colors, such cheer they bring!! You’ve done a wonderful job showcasing these lovely stamps – bravo!! TFS! ♥
Oh my goodness… These catds are pure happiness!! You are so talented and full of inspiration. Thanks for sharing!!
Oh my, such dedicated (and adorable!) paper piecing, Therese … such a sweet penguin popping out of his gift box! Love the digger … what a cute and clever place for the sentiment! Anita 🙂
great creativity with the box lids and then the deep deep hole!!!
Therese, Therese your creativity knows NO bounds – these are adorable and perfectly made 🙂
Gorgeous. The presents are too cute. Thanks. 🙂
Haven’t got time for the hop right now – hopefully later I will get a chance while I am burning the midnight oil waiting to pick up my party boy.
You are a genius when it comes to amazing brilliant ideas 🙂 so clever and so perfectly executed ! I love the I dig u card a lot !!
That was really hard work but I absolutely love the pinguin card! 🙂 It’s a great idea to cut the presents apart and use different colours. I have to try this, too!
Great sets. LOVE the penguins — hilarious!
That penguin popping out of the box is totally adorable! Two really sweet cards and some fun, versatile stamps!
Beautiful paperpiecing! I had never heard of this brand before bu i love the stamps and both cards you created are adorable!!!
SUPER COOL cards Therese – LOVE them both!!!
You are SO creatively clever Therese!
EEK! THat penguin peeking out! So clever & freaking cute 🙂 And how awesome is the digger card? I love them both!
These are brilliant! Love all those paper pieced pressies on the first card and that digger card rocks!
Both cards are amazing. Love the repeated presents idea and the digger card – my son would certainly approve!