Sunday, January 21, 2018

Precious Remembrance Shop Blog Hop Day 2

Welcome to Day 2 of the PRS New Release Blog Hop!  We're sharing projects using the new Daily Thoughts Bits & Pieces.



This collections makes projects so easy to create.  There's a variety of colors, images & sayings--lots to choose from.  Most of the Bits & Pieces have matching stamps in the Daily Thoughts stamp set we showcased yesterday. 

I decided to go CAS for my card which uses 4 of the paper die cuts.

I attached the "You are wonderful" piece to the cassette tape as the label.  One of the little red stars was covered in Crystal Laquer & used to embellish the circle sentiment which I layered under the tape.  I didn't have quite the right embossing folder, so I used a scoring board to make my own design.  Before attaching the die cuts, I made some tiny splatters with black ink.  You never know exactly how the splatters will turn out, but that's part of the fun!
Here's the Blog Hop line up--lots of inspiration!  Be sure to leave comments all along the way to be entered to win the random drawing for the new Daily Thoughts Bits & Pieces. 

Erica Thompson - Guest DT
Greta Hess--You're Here
Kelly Lunceford
The giveaway is open until January 24, 2018 midnight EST, so you have time to catch up if you missed yesterday's posts.

The winner will be announced in the PRS Blog and on Facebook & Instagram.  To keep updated with our projects, join us on FacebookPinterestInstagram & Youtube.

If you'd like to add some PRS goodies to your stash, use coupon code DTGRETA10 for 10% off your online purchase of $30 or more until the end of the month.
Enjoy the hop!

22 comments:

Barb said...

Wow it looks like a really fun kit and I love your card Greta. It's very different and great fun. Barbxx

Janet's Joy said...

So fun to see the bits and pieces making a great card!

Brenda in IN said...

Oh those cassettes. I remember them well and had so many. What a cute idea to add a sentiment to it. Great job. Hope you are still feeling well.

Mia said...

Beautiful card, Greta. I love these cassettes. Kisses, my friend.

Cat Craig said...

YOu are so clever! Adding the sentiment to the cassette! Your scoring is the perfect backdrop for those card elements and that pop of red just brings it all together.

Rosemary said...

what a fun way to use the bits and pieces, greta!! another fabulous design!

Betty said...

how nice to have those coordinating bits and bobs to go with the stamp set - wonderful card, Greta!

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Fun cassette tape with the embossed background, Greta!!

Mac Mable said...

Love the score board embossing on this fabulous masculine card x

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Super fun and awesome Greta!!! You did a fabulous job here!

jordanbev5@yahoo.com said...

Greta, I LOVE the scored background which really shows off the adorable cassette!! Great design!

Helen Gullett said...

Greta, your CAS card is fabulous using those buts and pieces.
Love that background, too!

Susanne Vargas said...

Wow, your fun card brings back memories of cassette tapes and walkman, etc!

Maria said...

How awesome to make a quick and easy card with all the bits and pieces! Great card, Greta!

Helen Wallace said...

Well good for you creating your very own embossed background - so clever! I like the way you used the label on the tape and the fresh, clean style of this very versatile card.

Dawn T said...

Gorgeous Greta. What a great card.

Lisa Elton said...

I just knew that was an embossed background...you made that yourself!! You are amazing and this card is fabulous!!

Lori said...

Love that embossed background! Cute card with the cassette. Got tons of those. Obsolete now, but Louisa has fun playing with them!

alexandra s.m. said...

Totally in love with the cassettes ;o)
xx

Tracey McNeely said...

Greta I think you card is so fabulous, the embossed background is so fun! I haven't forgot about your stamped images, I am just not quite as back on my feet as I thought I was.

laurie said...

Fun card..love the design too!

Scrapper69 said...

So CUTE! LOVE how you created your own embossed background and I like the splatters too!

Theresa
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