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Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Ambassadors Victorian Blog Hop Blog Hop

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Welcome to the very first informal Blog Hop for the International Ambassadors
 We got together and chatted (online of course) and decided to have a Blog Hop - just for fun and we hope to inspire you along the way. It is a great way for you to get to know who we are and to see what we can do....



The International Ambassadors are a group of  'seasoned' and well known Designers from different parts of the Globe, each bringing their own unique styles to inspire you - what a blessing to be chosen to be part of this amazing Team.  I hope you will join us in this International smorgasbord for the eyes. If you came here from Christina's Blog - you are in the right place.

We have chosen to use Dies from the Victorian Range - these Dies are divine and it is so much fun to create with them, as you will see as you stop by each Designers Blog:

Here are a few photos of my card using the  Victorian Medallion Three  - you will be surprised just how easy it is to create this card - the Dies do all of the work.







Cross Promotional Partners:

Other: White cardstock; green cardstock; Patterned paper, Vintage button, Mulberry Roses; Recycled Lace

Directions: 


1. Cut/emboss one (1) Victorian Medallion Three #2 #3 using patterned paper (#1 being the smallest)
2. Adhere to precut card base using cutting edge Die of Victorian Medallion Three #3
3. Attach Vintage Lace using double sided tape.
4. Cut/emboss one (1) Victorian Medallion Three #1 using co-ordinating patterned paper.
5. Cut/emboss one (1) Scalloped Labels One # in white cardstock.
6. Adhere the Victorian Medallion Three #1 to the Scalloped Labels One.
7. Adhere these layers into the Victorian Medallion Three #2 using 3D Foam Squares
8. Cut/emboss one Bird Banners using light green cardstock.
9. Sponge the edges and embossed areas using Rhubarb Stalk Ink and a sponge dauber.
10. Pop up on lower edge of the Scalloped Labels One, adding three small Mulberry Roses.
11. Fussy cut/hand cut flowers from the patterned paper and adhere to the side of the banner using 3D Foam Squares.
12. Remove the shank form the back of the Vintage button, adhere button to the center of the small medallion using liquid glue. 




The next Stop is Yvonne - prepare to be amazed!  The list of International Ambassadors is below, incase you get lost along the way.

Linda Lucas (you are here)

Thanks so much for stopping by - we hope you enjoy your time with us - we will be back with more - you can count on it!  Your visits and comments are appreciated - you make blogging such an amazing place to be!! Your encouragement is such a blessing for me - it makes my day! God bless you

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30 comments:

  1. Oh Linda this is amazing - love the look the die cut patterned paper gives to this stunning card.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  2. This is beautiful. I love how you give the directions and the pictures, it helps me so much to understand how you put it together. Hugs,

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  3. I adore the elegance of this beautiful card. I will definitely be adding this die to my collection but wonder where I can purchase it. Thank you for sharing your creativity.

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  4. Hi,
    This is gorgeous love the die.
    Lydia

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  5. Hi linda a very pretty die, what a great idea this blog hop is.
    Kind regards.
    Anne Owens

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  6. Hello Linda, I am so pleased to be invited to view your blog, and I am pleased to see your work. I shall be adding your blog to see how you use the spellbinder dies that will be coming along. X Ros

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  7. Hi Linda. Such a beautiful card. I love the die and the colours you have chosen. I am here on the Blog Hop. Thank you for sharing your lovely cards : ) Take care.

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  8. Where do I start with all these new dies, the inspiration is phenomenal.....all must haves for me...thanks for the stunning cards...luv Ursula xx

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  9. Wow what an informative blog post. Thank you so much for listing all the dies you have used, not sure I would have spotted them all.
    Your card is stunning and the die is so pretty.
    Lesley

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  10. Hi Linda
    Lovely lovely card. It's nice to meet all the Ambassadors from Spellbinders.

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  11. So elegant and pretty, and so much to see and learn, Thanks for great fun blog hop!

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  12. very pretty card, thank you for showing it. I have lots of the Victorian collection, but the medallions 3 is one that I missed. Maybe I will have to get it now!

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  13. hello Linda, congratulations on your new title.it is lovely to see your cards which are truly beautiful. i have been a follower of Christina for quite awhile and through her have now found you. hugs from a fellow aussie, Pearl

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  14. Your card is just gorgeous and so happy to be hopping along with all of you this morning!! Thank you for sharing your talents with all of us :)

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  15. Hi Linda, very nice card, I like the way you used the dies to shape the card instead of just a square, etc. I really like the bird banner will have to see if I can get it here in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.....Ann

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  16. Very pretty card, love the bird banner you used of this card.
    Thanks for sharing. Dianne Crowe

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  17. Nice card made by you and some lovely dies,great bloghop
    Maria~

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  18. Love your card, Linda! Just amazing and I love how you added the Bird Banner in there - LOL! So clever - super job!

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  19. So beautiful. I love that you cut the dies out of the patterned paper. The fussy cut flowers and the tiny 3D flowers are the perfect finishing touch. Well done.

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  20. Fabulous card Linda, I just love the embellishments. Victorian medallion three is my favourite of the medallions & as I'm blog hopping I am getting to like it more and more! Pat x

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  21. Hi Linda, what a beautiful colourful card, this blog hop is such a good idea, thanks for sharing your lovely card with us.
    Regards Liz.

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  22. Hi Linda from the other end of Australia. I have been following Christina for a while now and think that it is great that you have all got together to share your talents. I am now following you so will be back to see your lovely cards too and be tempted to spend my money on new dies.
    Gorgeous card.
    Hugs
    Margaret M

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  23. It's good to see the different cards different ambassadors make with the same dies.Thanks for giving us more ideas.

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  24. You girls are all so talented. I love your designs.

    Sue
    rolfe974@prodigy.net

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  25. Gorgeous card Linda, Thanks for allowing us to see your beautiful work.
    xo Nana

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  26. Linda,
    Amazing card, love the dies. Great paper, and I just adore your little flowers. Amazing job.

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