Saturday, May 28, 2011

OWH Memorial Day Blog Hop





Happy Saturday Bloggers and Friends!  Welcome to the OWH Blog HopIf you hopped on over from Veronica's blog then you are in the right place!




Elmo Miss You
It's Elmo!  The theme for the hop was to create a Missing You card that our Heroes could use to write home.  If you'd like instructions on how to create the characters as I did visit my previous blog entry!


You next stop on the hop is the fabulous Holley!  I know she will have something truly inspirational for you!


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60 comments:

  1. Samantha this card is so adorable! Thank you so much for the tutorial, I'm going to make some!!

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  2. What a cute card. Thanks for the tutorial!

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  3. This adorable!! I must try making these for our grandsons.

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  4. Great card and thanks for the tutorial. I have always wanted to try these SS faces and this may just be the push I needed. You can't go wrong with SS for kids, right?

    Also, your blog wallpaper is awesome! I love it!!

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  5. Adorable and so fun!!! I'll have to give these a try sometime!!! Thank you to you and your hubby for your service to our country!!!
    HAve a happy Memorial Day Weekend!!!
    Inky Hugs,
    Holley

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  6. Too cute. Love the twine on th side of the card. Nice touch

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  7. love the cards, love your blog background. love your blog...I'll be following!

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  8. LOL, I've had my browser open to the OWH tutorial on these cards for a week or more and have been wanting to try them out. You just gave me another reason to try it because those cards are just too dang cute!

    Love your blog background, too!

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  9. Soooo cute. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  10. Fabulous kids cards, will be back for tut!
    Hummer Hugs,
    Misty
    http://deliteful-gifts.blogspot.com/
    hummingbird204 at comcast dot net

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  11. I absolutely love your Seseme Street characters! love the string going though the sentiment also!

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  12. I have seen these before and they are just so cute. I am going to have to make some up! Thank you for sharing on the blog hop.

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  13. So cute! I love Sesame Street. What kid wouldn't love getting this from his hero?

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  14. Oh my gosh! Soooo adorable. sharon.gullikson at gmail.com

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  15. Super love how you crossed the twine through the sentiment. Your punch characters are adorable. Thanks so much for your family's service to our country!

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  16. so cute and adorable. I'm digging out my scallop punches now!! thanks for the great idea!
    I love your blog fireworks design!!

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  17. so cute! there are so many little ones missing their mommies and daddies! tfs!

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  18. Great kids cards! Good job.

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  19. CUTE! Love how you've created the Sesame characters - and love that baker's twine. TFS!

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  20. Elmo was always my favorite. Cute card.

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  21. Cute! Very cute!
    TFS,
    Redonna
    rleckie911 AT gmail.com

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  22. Oh what a fun card! I love these punch characters.



    --Cheryl--

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  23. OMG, super cute ELMO's! Thanks for the inspiration! Hugs, Karen

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  24. Wonderful! I've been making the full-size versions of these and will be making these; thanks!!

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  25. Great cards! I'm going to make a cookie monster right now. Thank you.

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  26. Omg these are so stinking cute!

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  27. These are so very cute. I have seen them before and always forget to try them. Now going in my "to do" list.

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  28. Great card and tutorial (my son started screaming ELMO! ELMO!) Hope you have a great Memorial Day Weekend :)

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  29. Oh I so love that technique - what a great way to make a children's card!

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  30. Great cards! Sesame Street rocks! So inventive!!!

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  31. I *heart* Elmo....he's my fav! So cute!

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  32. What cute set of cards. Someone is going to be very happy.
    Sharon L
    sharon dot lemon @ sbcglobal dot net

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  33. Most festive blog background. . . you win!!! I love it! Love the sesame street critter cards. . . I am going to have to give this a try some time soon :)

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  34. Darling!!! I totally need to make some of these. Maybe these would be fun for the party on the 18th? If we simplify the design - looking for stuff that we can have random people help with, the store owner thinks we'll get all kinds of random folks. EEP. :)

    Happy hopping!

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  35. Who can resist Elmo? Great idea....

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  36. Absolutely adorable cards and the Baker's Twine adds a nice touch. Way to go!!! Blessings

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  37. These Sesame Street characters will be perfect for a hero to send home to his or her young children!

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  38. Cannot possibly get any better than this-I love it!

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  39. Too cute! Thank you for sharing and for the tutorial.

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  40. The Sesame Street characters are perfect for kids! Very cute!

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  41. Wonderful card, such great colors! TFS in the HOP

    circlebenterprises.com

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  42. I've never seen the Sesame street character done up like this. They are so cute! I love the card.

    jonder@frontier.com

    http://julianaspapercrafts.blogspot.com/

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  43. Sooooooo sweet!!! I love Elmo! Thanks for the directions too.

    Linda

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  44. These are so cute! I would LOVE to know how to make these characters! Wonderful kid cards!!!

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  45. Oh, how cute!! I love these little characters, but the cookies in cookie monsters mouth are my favorite!! LOL!
    Hugs, Dee

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  46. So cute! I am definitely going to try my hand at these! Thanks for sharing!

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  47. Very Cute Card!!

    Enjoy your weekend!
    Susan

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  48. OOOps, i totally forgot {hanging head in shame}

    PLEASE thank your husband for serving from hubs and I.
    Susan

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  49. What fun ..... hop, hop, hop.

    Wow, I loved the card you shared for this "blog hop". It's very nice with the design, the stamps/embellishments, and the paper you used!!! It is a great card. Thanks for sharing.

    Thanks for supporting OWH.

    Charlene

    katknit at gmail dot com

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  50. cute - you've nailed their expressions - especially elmo, who my eldest son loved! thanx for the inspiration!
    - SueB of Blondin Blogs
    sue dot blondin at gmail dot com

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  51. Sooo cute! These are great kid cards - I like your instructions too!
    www.craftycardgallery.blogspot.com
    craftycardgallery at gmail dot com

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  52. EEEEK!! Too stinkin' CUTE!! I love, love, LOVE these!! I'm definitely gonna check out your 'recipe' post!! :)

    Thanks so much for sharing your card and supporting OWH!! :)

    Amy :) at www.lovetocrop.com
    and Decorate To Celebrate! Challenge Blog ($50 GIVEAWAY going on NOW!!)
    scrapbookingwithamy (at) gmail (dot) com

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  53. I love Sesame Street! Cute card. God bless you and your family.

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  54. Very adorable card! I have the Sesame Street Cartridge and have never used it yet. You have given me some great inspiration to try it!
    Lisa H.
    lisastuf.blogspot.com
    lisastuf at gmail dot com

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