Welcome to our July Calendar Girls' Blog Hop. Papercrafts Presents 365 Cards magazine which is our inspiration for these monthly hops which thus became the Calendar Girls. The magazine has Creative Ideas for every day of the year: occasions, holidays, and celebrations including 42 unique holidays!!! These unique holidays are our inspiration. The July unique holidays are:
July 14th Calendar Girls Blog Hop:
National Ice Cream Month: Lisa Woodward
1st: Happy Canada Day- Laura
4th: Independence Day - Lisa
6th: National Fried Chicken Day- Edwina
11th: Cheer up the Lonely Day - Angie
12th: Teddy Bear Picnic Day - Lisa
14th: National Nude Day - Miriam
20th: National Lollipop Day - Kimberly
23rd: National Hotdog Day - Janet
24th: Amelia Earhart Day Anita
25th: Threading the Needle Day - Lynne
28th: National Chocolate Milk Day - Kimberly
29th: National Lasagna Day - Lisa
30th: National Cheesecake Day -Janet
The hop starts with Lisa Woodward (http://mycraftyspaces.blogspot.com/). You won't want to miss a single calendar event not to mention the weddings, graduations, birthdays -- ok, you get the idea!!!!
The line-up for July includes:
Lisa Woodward: http://mycraftyspaces.blogspot.com/
Lisa Peters: http://handmadewithlove-lisa.blogspot.com/
Kimberly - http://scrappingrookie.blogspot.com/
Stop by and check out these holidays as I am sure you are going to want to remember these holidays and include them in your card making projects!!!!!
We will have blog candy to the lucky recipient that remarks on each site along the way!
I scream you scream, we ALL scream for Ice Cream! How can National Ice Cream Month not make you happy? And in National Ice Cream month, not 1 or 2 scoops will do! Today we have 5!
5 ½ x 7 ½ half fold card in black
printed mat paper 5 x 7 (my own design)
Ice cream with cone and layerable scoops (.svg file)
Cuttlebug “Dots” embossing folder
Cuttlebug “Swirls” embossing folder
Papers from my stash.
I embossed and inked the “scoops and pieced together with the cone. I attached that with 3-d mounting squares on a curved rectangle, layered on my printed mat, then adhered to the card. Very simply, but festive at the same time. I think it’s the perfect balance of technique. With the various colors, embossing, and print, any more would be busy, IMO. I hope you enjoyed my card. Now on to Laura at http://lauraleesdream.blogspot.com. Thanks for stopping by and mark your calendar again next month to see what Holidays to Celebrate on August 11th for the next Calendar Girls Blog Hop!
Until next time