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Welcome to our November Scrap ‘N Stamp Sweater Weather Blog Hop! If you’re in the northern hemisphere, then you’ve probably already been feeling the cooler weather -and maybe even seen snow already. Well, we’re here to help you warm up with our Sweater Weather Hop, and give you lots of creative ideas!

Scrap 'N Stamp Sweater Weather Blog Hop

To enjoy the Hop, simply read to the bottom of this post, and then click on the next name on the list!  Keep doing that for each post, and you’ll see all of the fabulous projects we have for you.  Before you leave each post, though, make sure you leave a comment! First, because we love reading what you have to say. Second – everyone who comments is automatically entered to WIN a $50 GIFT CERTIFICATE to shop at Scrap ‘N Stamp!


Be warned – this post is photo heavy!! If you haven’t already, be sure to check out the AMAZING new dies from Memory Box! I just *had* to get some, and have created 2 cards to share with you. Both cards use 2 of the new dies, and are perfect for winter & holiday card making.

Scrap 'N Stamp Sweater Weather Blog Hop

Okay – so the front looks pretty unassuming, right? Well, first let me point out the pretty paper! It’s from the American Crafts ‘Holiday’ 6″ x 6″ paper pack. The sentiment is from Penny Black’s Peaceful Season stamp set. Now, let’s move on to the main feature – the inside of the card!

Scrap 'N Stamp Sweater Weather Blog Hop

It’s a TUNNEL CARD! Not to brag or anything, but I’m so happy with  how the colouring turned out!


First of all, I sorta ‘cheated’ and used the new Photoplay Tunnel Card pack. This pack gives you all the pieces you need to make a tunnel card! No math, no extra cutting or scoring – it’s all done for you (except of course for whatever dies you want to use).  The background die is the Memory Box Tall Fir Collage, and the front one is the Lamplight Tree Collage die.  Use the Big Shot with the dies & the pieces of cardstock in your Tunnel Card pack. Next, flatten the die cuts and blend on the colours using a blending tool. For the trees, I used Distress inks in Shabby Shutters and Mowed Lawn. I also used Distress Oxide in Pine Needles. The blue background is done on the back of the card base, in Broken China Distress Oxide.  Colour the lamp post with alcohol markers in gray, yellow and orange.  Add some small snowflakes with a white gel pen.

Next, follow the directions included with the Tunnel Card pack, and assemble your card.  Here’s a close up, below, so you can see the layers.

Scrap 'N Stamp Sweater Weather Blog Hop


I wanted to show you how you can also layer the die cuts, without the ‘extra fuss’ of creating a tunnel card. You still get lots of dimension, and a ‘wow’ card.

Scrap 'N Stamp Sweater Weather Blog Hop

I kept this card more simple by die cutting both layers from Lawn Fawn Pixie Dust cardstock. Layer the 2 die cuts together, separating them with foam tape. This gives you extra dimension. Next, layer them on top of a piece of Tonic Glitter cardstock in Cobalt Blue. Isn’t that gorgeous?!  Talk about a sparkly winter wonderland! You could quickly do this if you need to make a lot of cards. Or, do the die cuts from white cardstock and colour them, like I did with the first card. Tunnel optional! Here’s a look, below, so you can see the dimension.

Scrap 'N Stamp Sweater Weather Blog Hop

You could add a sentiment across the bottom of the card, or leave the sparkly beauty as is. Of course, you’ll be adding a sentiment & message to the inside.


Scrap 'N Stamp Sweater Weather Blog Hop

To continue with the Sweater Weather bundle up theme, Scrap ‘N Stamp has put together special BUNDLES of stamp & die set, at $20 OFF! To see all of the special bundles, CLICK HERE to go to the store. Be sure to shop now, this special offer is from today (Friday Nov. 6th) through Sunday Nov. 8th only!


I hope that you’ve enjoyed both of my cards for our Sweater Weather Blog Hop! There’s lots more inspiration as you head over to see Kia’s amazing project. But wait – before you go, please leave me a comment, so that you’re entered for the draw to WIN a $50 GIFT CERTIFICATE! (don’t worry – I don’t collect your information, or spam you with emails).

To shop for the products I used to create my cards, you can click on the affiliate links at the bottom of this post. Be sure to use my Designer Discount Code of 10DEB at checkout for 10% Off (only good on regular priced items, and can’t be combined with other offers).  If you choose to use my links, you help support me in maintaining my blog. Thanks in advance!





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I've always liked to create things, but I'm not a great artist, or sculptor, or any type of 'traditional' artist - but I love to create! I love the satisfaction of a completed project. Whether a card, painting or other project - as long as it can create a smile, evoke a feeling, or some type of reaction in the recipient. I hope you will enjoy sharing my creations, and occasional ramblings; I'd enjoy having you create with me! :)

24 thoughts on “Scrap ‘N Stamp Sweater Weather Blog Hop

  1. Deb, Deb, Deb……and you thought Senor Mojo had walked out on you! Girl….YOU ROCKED THIS! Your cards are FABULOUS! FAB. U. LOUS. Wow, these are GORGEOUS! I love both (especially the glitter -y one), but I love how you used the landscape inside the card. Awesome, my friend! You rocked it!

    1. Thanks so much, Mari! I’m glad that you like both cards (and I’m pretty happy with them, too!) 🙂

  2. these are beautiful!!! I made one of these once – only once- without the kit and it was not easy. Took me a few tries to get it right – I think I need that kit 🙂

  3. Your cards are all gorgeous! You should be proud of your colouring, it isn’t as easy as it looks! It’s a how just using glitter paper can make a card so beautiful!

    1. Wow either card is beautiful, tunnel or not, the dimension is gorgeous. I love the glittery paper choice. The lamp die is so Christmas. Love this much!

  4. Beautiful tunnel card! I love the dimension and details! Pretty scene with these awesome dies! I love that paper you used on the front too! The layered, glittery version of your card is beautiful too!

  5. Deb your cards are lovely! The coloring is lovely on the tunnel card, and I especially love the way you used cobalt blue glitter Cardstock! Thank you for .

  6. A duo of WOW cards that have me completely dazzled! I’ve not tried one of Photoplay’s Tunnel cards (have a few of their dies/papers/stamps), but you’ve convinced me I need to do so! That card is awe-mazing! And the second, with all the gorgeous sparkle: swooning! Thank you for the smiles!

  7. BEEEEEEAUUUUUUUUUTIFUL CARDS! I love them all! Especially your last card with all that glitter glitz!

  8. Your layer cards are phenomenal. I love how amazing both the layer and the tunnel card look. Great job.

  9. Wow just fantastic cards. I have only made maybe 2 tunnel cards so seeing yours wants me to do it again. Just wonderful dimension!

  10. I I love the lamp cards so much. I actually gasped when I saw the tunnel card because it was so beautiful. Then you re/created it with a purple sparkly background and it looked so good!

    1. Hello, Gloria! So nice to ‘see’ you 🙂 I’m glad that you like my cards; I hope you’ve enjoyed the Hop!

  11. I love the look at tunnel cards. I have never tried to make one but you have given me the inspiration to make one. Very beautiful.

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