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Monday, July 16, 2012

July Blog Hop-I Love Sketches by Tsunami Rose- Day 2


Welcome  and thank you for joining us on our July Design Team Blog hop day 2! This month's theme is Mason Jar printables from the Tsunami Rose Designs Zibbet shop! We will be showing off the 8x8 Printable scrapbook papers as well as the Flower Mason Jar printables.

We invite you to view our fellow Design Team Members blogs and view what wonderful projects they have created for you to enjoy this month. Please make sure to leave a comment (if possible leave your email)  on everyone's blog in order to enter to win the $10 shopping spree on the Tsunami Rose Designs Zibbet shop and your very own copy of I Love Sketches by Tsunami Rose July 2012!!

The winner will be announced on Daisy's blog on Tuesday July 17 so make sure to check back and see if you won!

This is my rendition of today's sketch:

This sketch was another wonderfully easy way to make my card and I enjoyed using the mason jar paper designed by Tsunami Rose. The printables add a nostalgia feel to my card!

Here is the blog line up list!

1. Daisy Collins-
2. Martha Pineda-
3. Valerie Klein-
4. Vanessa Toro-
5. Violet Foskey-
6. Kimberly Pate-
7. Stephenie Smith-
8. Anita Meadows-  
9. Lynne Kirsch -

See what others are doing with I Love Sketches by Tsunami Rose by joining her Facebook Group!


  1. it's amazing how putting the paper in front of the mason jar changed the whole look. i love the inspiration you share. Thanks for being a part of this blog hop. i am a new email follower


  2. A great card, like the way you have used the papers as a focal point

  3. What a great card....loving what you have done not only with Daisy's papers but your buttons!!!! Pleasure hopping with you!
    Hugs, Love, and Pixie Dust
    Her Craftiness

  4. I love the way you've just teased with a glimpse of the beautiful mason jar, and made the papers the focal point x