I'm Paula, an avid scrapbooker with 2 nearly grown sons. I have been scrapping for about 17 years & decided that I would like to share my love & talents for it with others. I created 'Precious Pages by Paula' to do exactly that. There is a line of pre-designed scrapbooks & frames, as well as doing custom one-of-a-kind albums with your photos. Cards are prayerfully made in the hopes of carrying special blessings to their recipients.
PRECIOUS PAGES by PAULA
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Nana's Scrap Spot 2nd Blogaversary Blog Hop!
Welcome to Nana's Scrap Spot 2nd Blogaversary Blog Hop!!
I'm so happy you could join us to help celebrate Nana's Scrap Spot's (a/k/a Miranda) 2nd Blogaversary!! It's hard to believe she has been blogging for two years now. Time really does fly when you are having fun! This hop is an anything goes blog hop so be sure to stop by all of my wonderful crafty friends' blogs to see what has been created for your viewing pleasure!
If you've hopped along fromAshley - http://thebloghopprincess.blogspot.com then you are in the right place!! If you are just joining me from your dashboard, or reading this via email, please be sure to CLICK HERE to start at the beginning with Nana's Blog (you'll want to catch up on all the FUN!!)...
What celebration would be complete without gifts, right! Well not to worry, we have gifts.....one lucky person will receive a $25 gift card from Michael's Arts and Crafts and if that isn't enough KaDoodle Bug Designs is offering a $15 gift certificate on regular price patters. To be eligible to win, please leave a comment on each hop post and please head over to KaDoodle Bug Designs Facebook Page, click LIKE and leave a comment: http://www.facebook.com/kadoodlebugdesigns.
For my project today, I created a birthday card. I had originally planned to do an Anniversary card but my anniversary stamp is amiss! For my card I used a sketch from Mojo Monday. This is the sketch I worked with:
I started with a beautiful shade of blue card base and then added some SEI patterned paper, inked my edges with Distress Ink, Webster's Pages ribbon, a stamp and a butterfly! Here it is: