Friday, December 13, 2013

Lawnscaping Winter Blog Hop







Hello, and thank you for visiting me as part of the Lawnscaping Winter Blog Hop.  If you are following the hop, you should be coming to me from Michelle of Hot Wheels, Glue Guns....


I used Winter Bunny and some patterned papers to make a fun winter scene and paper pieced bunny's scarf and sled.



And, you are in for a treat today--lucky you--a bonus card.  I have invited my dear friend Kim of Cupcakes, Cards and Kim to be a guest designer on my blog today.  She was just a smidgen too late to snag a spot on the official hop, so she is posting here with me today.  Here is Kim's adorable card (made with my Sweet Christmas stamps).




I won't keep you.  There is still a lot to see.  Your next stop on the hop is Katie at KB Stamps.  If you get lost, you can always go to Lawnscaping to see the full list of participants.  Make sure to leave comments all along the hop, as Lawnscaping is providing lots and lots of prizes.

Supplies Used:
Stamps:  Lawn Fawn Winter Bunny, Critters in the Forest, A Birdie Told Me
Paper:  PTI White, MME Merry Little Christmas
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, HA  Shadow Red Royal
Dies:  Critters in the Forest, A Birdie Told Me, SSS A2 Card Curved Edge
Other:  Copic Markers



Thanks for Visiting

129 comments :

  1. It's a bonus stop on the hop!

    Love your winter bunny card. Awesome use of the patterned papers!

    Kim's card is darling..love the embossing!

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  2. Your creations are darling!! :) Love the different papers on your top card and your fun snowy hills on the second! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. All the patterned papers on your bunny sledding card are fabulous! That gingerbread house is sooo cute!!

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  4. Weee!!! Your bunny looks like he's having a good time sledding on those playful holiday hills! This is adorable Joyce. Kim's card is perfectly sweet, how nice of you to have her with you today!

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  5. amazing the card with the house, perfect combination of the stamp and the emboss!!

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  6. Both cards are adorable!!! I love the mixing and matching of patterns!!!

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  7. I love the cute gingerbread house and I've got to get my hands on that embossing folder.

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  8. awww your cards are so sweet!! :) thank you for being part of the hop!

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  9. I love your card!! It is very sweet (pun intended!) I like how you layered the scene!

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  10. Beautiful cards, love the paper piecing :)

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  11. So, so darling, Joyce! I love those hills you have created in your vibrant Christmas scenes!! I've also caught up with all your past tag production ~ all fabnificent!! Hugs, Darnell

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  12. This is so cute Joyce. I love the hills you made with the patterned paper.

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  13. I love love love that you created the hills with patterned paper! Looks awesome.

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  14. Wow.. Both the cards are sooo cute..
    Love how you've chosen the different and colorful yet complementary patterned papers for the first card...
    And the second card is so neat and elegant!!!

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  15. Great cards, I especially love the paper pieced snow hills, very original!

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  16. Love the festively pieced hills in your card and the delightful images in the second card.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

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  17. Oh how awesome! I love how you used patterned paper for the snow banks.. And how the second card has yummy goodness spread all over. So sweet!
    Hope you have a Merry CHRISTmas!! Hugs -Ali

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  18. Both cards are beyond darling! How fun to do the hop .. too bad Kim’s card missed it. So sweet of you to let her post it here. Love the curved edge you used for your fun patterned hills.

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  19. Love both your gorgeous designs, the paper pieced card is fabulous and the gingerbread house card is simply delightful!!

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  20. Love. The. Colors. On. This.

    Yep! Fabulous cards, i love the first the best!

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  21. Goods beautiful colors on these creation!
    Thank you to give us the chance to gain a batch!

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  22. I love how you used the patterned paper. I love Kim's card too. They are both great!

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  23. These are two cute cards!! Love all of the patterned paper!!

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  24. Such sweet festive, happpy cards, love them!!

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  25. Really fun card, and how sweet to have Kim partner with you. This was a really delightful hop! Bev

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  26. Wonderful cards love all the DP's used hugs xx

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  27. Great cards! I love how you used so many patterned papers in your 1st card. They worked really nice together.

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  28. Oh, that bunny looks as though he's having a wheeeee of a time, Joyce ... fabulous DP hills and trees! I've just been to Kim's so saw her sweet gingerbread house at her place ... so cute and yummy! Anita :)

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  29. I love paper piecing! Love the colours you use for those Christmas trees! Wonderful cards!

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  30. Cute cards. Love that your snow hills are made from patterned paper.

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  31. I like the snowy mountains made of patterned papers very much!
    Kim's card is lovely as well!

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  32. Both cards are fantastic! So glad Kim got one in.... And they are both awesome.

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  33. Two awesome cards..from you and your guestie :) I love all the patterned papers on your card Joyce...adorable!

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  34. Cute cards. I like how you used the pattern paper in an unexpected way.

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  35. I like both cards! I really like your combination of pattened papers and Kim's snow scene is adorable!

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  36. Great cards, love all the patterned paper combos!

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  37. Awesome background for the cute sledding bunny to play!

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  38. I love the paper pieced hills and trees - so very cute. Both cards are actually very cute! Great job both of you!

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  39. Like the papers & paper piecing of the scenes you created.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  40. EEEK! Your cards are so cute Joyce! I love the second one!

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  41. Oooops! Just read that is Kim's card. Great card Kim. ;)

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  42. Awww those are both so cute! All the patterns on the bunny vard are so pretty, and the snowy gingerbread house scene is lovely!

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  43. Oh, I just love the mix of patterned paper on your card! Too cute! And Kim's card is fabulous too-- love the embossed background!

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  44. These cards are too cute!! I absolutely love how you incorporated the patterned paper. I would have never thought of it :) Thanks for sharing.

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  45. Love the mix of patterned papers with the bunny card.

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  46. Very cute cards. I really like all the patterned papers you used on the first one!

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  47. Your card is such fun with the bright colored paper piecing!!! Your friend's card is cute, too. I love the star sequins on the tops of the little trees and the colors really pop on the white background. They're both awesome. TFS!

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  48. can you tell me the name of the embossing folder used on the second card? The snowy look is terrific. Can you also tell me where I can purchase it? Thanks so much and Merry Christmas.
    tonilea

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  49. can you tell me the name of the embossing folder used on the second card? The snowy look is terrific. Can you also tell me where I can purchase it? Thanks so much and Merry Christmas.
    tonilea

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  50. Can you please tell me the name of the snowy embossing folder you used on the second card? I love it. Where can I purchase that?
    Thanks and Merry Christmas

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  51. such cute cute cards!! i LOVE that bright and cheery winter scene the bunny is on!! so FUN!! and happy!! LOOOVE it!! :) and your friend kim's card is adorable!! so sorry she missed out on signing up for the hop - but her card is wonderful!!

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  52. First, thank you so much for letting me tag along with you, so much fun and I love that set! Now on to your card, it is just fabulous and I love that adorable little bunny, just so fun on the patterned paper hill side, so festive.

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  53. Love the paper you used with your adorable bunny.

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  54. Both cards are super cute! I love all the patterns you used together in the first card. The second card is just extra sweet ;)

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  55. Your card is so cute - love all the patterned paper! (I'm terrible at matching - yours looks fantastic). Also love Kim's card.

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  56. Oh I love the colourful scene for the bunny card. So adorable.

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  57. that cute hello from the winter bunny is just so cute

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  58. I love Kim's and your card! Fabulous!

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  59. Such adorable cards! Great choices in patterned paper!

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  60. Both fantastic cards :)
    Kate xx

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  61. Cute cards! I love how you did the hills on the bunny card!

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  62. Cute cards - love your use of pattern papers!

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  63. Lovely cards, and I really like how you used patterned paper for your hills

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  64. How adorable, Joyce! Love all the brightly colored patterns and cute little bunny!

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  65. Joyce, I love all of the colors to your card!!! It looks sweet and adorable. Kim's card is awesome too! Thanks for sharing.

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  66. Wonderful cards! I especially love the first one, great piecing/scene!

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  67. love the color selection on the bunny card and the gingerbread house card is adorable!

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  68. I love these winterytscenes and especially the paper pieced trees.

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  69. The bunny looks like he is having fun.

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  70. Oh, I love your card for the blog hop, Joyce -- so sweet! Great mix of patterned papers!
    And Kim's card is super sweet, too!

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  71. Joyce and Kim your cards are both WONDERFUL. TFS.
    {Joyce thanks for sharing your hop spot with Kim. Very nice}
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

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  72. What colorful, cheerful cards! Very cute!

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  73. Ladies both gorgeous and super cute cards! Love your design and i really must copy you! ;)

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  74. Both cards are stunning! I love the patterned hills on your card and the gingerbread house is so cute!

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  75. I absolutely love the patterned papers! I never thought of cutting red patterned paper into a tree! Very clever!

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  76. Love the bunny and love the embossing folder.

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  77. That candy cane house is so yummy!

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  78. Joyce and her bunny so caring , so sweet
    Allowing Kim to share in the tweet.

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  79. Great cards...I esp. like the festive patterned paper hills on the first card.

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  80. What a sweet idea to invite your friend into the hop, both your cards are just perfect in detail and design x

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  81. Love the papers you used to make your scene. I like the gingerbread house that Kim made too.

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  82. Ohhhhh I love both cards! Cannot decide which is cuter!

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  83. cute! love the dots embossing!

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  84. Very cute. Any card with Winter Bunny gets my approval.

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  85. Great combo of papers on the first card and cute holiday scene on the second.

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  86. I love your use of pattern paper. Makes the scene more interesting!

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  87. Just loving that flying bunny and I have some of that paper too!

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  88. what fun paper piecing
    upnurse at aol dot com

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  89. Love both cards! Nice of you to share with your friend :)

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  90. Very cute cards! The bunny card is great with all the patterned paper.

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  91. Great way to use the pattern papers!

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  92. love paper piecing - so LOVE these!
    Sandra ltb

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  93. Both cards are adorable! Great way to use patterned paper, I have tons but I never seem to end up using it.

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  94. what a fun sleigh ride that bunny is on! i love how you used those papers

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  95. I love making winter landscapes but never thought to use patterned paper...pure genius!

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  96. Such a cute card!!! Adorable little bunny!!

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  97. Really sweet cards!! So pretty with the scenes!

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  98. Love how you used patterened paper to make your trees and landscape! Thanks for sharing.

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  99. Both cards are so
    fun and festive looking.
    Carla from Utah

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  100. I love your card! So colorful and fun! Thanks for sharing!

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  101. So many bright and cheery papers! Fantastic cards!! <3

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  102. FABULOUS paper piecing Joyce - LOVE all the fabulous patterned papers, and your too cute gingerbread house!!

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  103. Love your patterned paper hills. Great cards

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  104. love the hills, and great job on the snow

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  105. Wow, the hills you've created with patterned paper made the card super festive and bright! Great card!

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  106. love your foreground for the bunny card. great idea. never thought of that.

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  107. your card is so clean and crisp lovely

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  108. Oh, so colorful! I love it! Very fun! Your friend's card is so sweet :)

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  109. Love the patterned paper 'hills." So fun!

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  110. Your card is so colorful, I love it.

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  111. Your cards are beautiful !!! I LOVE the colorful hills of the first card, they look perfect! Thank you for sharing!

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  112. Love the shading on the bunny and the patterned hills!

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  113. 128 comments HOLY COW! I love all the detail you put into both scenes, the wavy hills are such fun - especially the first with the mix of papers!

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