We here at Joy Clair Stamps have collaborated with two awesome companies: Die-Versions and DL.ART to come up with a fun and festive Celebration Blog Hop. We want to showcase how well our three companies products work together. Die-Versions makes very intricate and lovely dies; Joy Clair makes high quality clear stamps; and DL.ART makes gorgeous rayon hand dyed crinkle ribbon and also carries bakers twine and other hand crafted seasonal supplies.
The Celebration Blog Hop will take place on Wednesday, May 18th, Thursday, May 19th and Friday, May 20th. Over the three days all Design Team Members will be sharing with you projects they have made for all the many upcoming Celebrations that come around this time of year, ie....Weddings, Baby Showers, Baby Births, Graduations, Father's Day, and of course Birthdays! All Design Team Members will be using supplies from all three companies to make their projects so you can see for yourself how lovely these products work together and how dies, stamps and ribbons are the perfect combination!
There will be prizes for those who comment on all the blogs over the three days and who become followers of all the blogs. Die-Versions is giving away a $50.00 Gift Certificate to the Die-Versions store. Joy Clair is giving away 3 $25.00 Gift Certificates to the Joy Clair store, one each day and DL.ART is giving away a $10.00 Gift Code to the DL.ART store to one lucky winner!! The prizes will be announced on all three of the companies Die-Versions, Joy Clair and DL.ART blogs on Sunday, May 22nd.
DL.ART is running a 3 day Special during the Blog Hop for all of the Design Team Followers ~ 12% off your entire order at DL.ART by using code: DJDHOPS this code will only be valid on the 3 days of the Celebration Blog Hop.
Welcome to the first stop on the Day 2 Celebration Blog Hop! The entire list of Designers for the entire Celebration Blog Hop is listed on the
I paired up the fun DieVersion Baby Boy Bootie die, DL Art Baby Bundle ribbon and Joy Clair's Oh, Baby stamp set with fun papers from Pebbles. I decided to use a variety of prints of pinks to make a girl card.
The baby boy bootie die is attached to a circle cut out and added to the card front. I wrapped the ribbon around the card and slipped a printed paper for the sentiment towards the bottom of the card. This is a very simple card to recreate and easy to switch to a card for a baby boy!
Your next stop on the blog hop is Karen's blog.
If you should get lost along the way please go back to the Die-Versions Blog and the whole list for each day will be listed there.
Now here is the list of the blogs with their links!!