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Joy Clair - DieVersions & DL Art Blog Hop

We here at Joy Clair have collaborated with two awesome companies: DieVersions and DL.ART to come up with a fun and festive Celebration Blog Hop. We want to showcase how well our three companies products work together. Joy Clair makes high quality clear stamps; Die-Versions makes very intricate and lovely dies and DL.ART makes gorgeous rayon hand dyed crinkle ribbon and also carries bakers twine and other hand crafted seasonal supplies.

The Celebration Blog Hop will take place on Wednesday, May 18th, Thursday, May 19th and Friday, May 20th. Over the three days all Design Team Members will be sharing with you projects they have made for all the many upcoming Celebrations that come around this time of year, ie....Weddings, Baby Showers, Baby Births, Graduations, Father's Day, and of course Birthdays! All Design Team Members will be using supplies from all three companies to make their projects so you can see for yourself how lovely these products work together and how dies, stamps and ribbons are the perfect combination!!

Well, both my graduation cards don't need much of an explanation. Took paint chips for the die cuts. Heat embossed my sentiment and added little strips of striped paper (an envelope liner - upcycled). Added splatters to the male card and sequins to the female card and adorned both with that beautiful crinkly ribbon. I usually don't use ribbons on my cards - mainly, because I can't make pretty bows.... but those are real easy!!! Even I could do it! What a fantastic product!

For my baby card I die cut the cute booties twice in purple - comes out more blue in the photo and tied the together with that wonderful ribbon. Stamped the sentiment on PP and added sequins.

My supplies:
Joy Clair - Oh Baby
Whispers - Graduation CameosWhispers - Baby Girl Bootie

Joy Clair is giving three gift cards of $25 dollars of the Joy Clair Store. One for each day! Die -Versions is giving away a $50 00 Gift Certificate to the Die-Versions store. DL.ART is running a 3 day Special during the Blog Hop for all of the Design Team Followers ~ 12% off your entire order at DL.ART by using code: DJDHOPS ~ this code will only be valid on the 3 days of the Celebration Blog Hop.
There will be prizes for those who comment on all the blogs over the three days and who become followers of all the blogs. The prizes will be announced on all three of the companies blogs: Joy Clair, Die-Versions and DL.ART blogs on Sunday, May 22.

Here is the order of the blog hop:
Cornelia Wenokor - you are here

 In Case you missed yesterdays hop:

And here is tomorrow's line-up:

Linking up with:
QKR Stampede - Graduation
Decorate to Celebrate - anything Goes
Cards and More - Masculine (male graduation card)



Sherrie K. said…
I love your awesome grad cards! Fun colors, cool designs! The baby bootie is just fabulous! Such a pretty delicate look~so sweet! Great job!
Sherrie K
Lori Kobular said…
Love your graduation cards! They look so stunning! I love the two baby girl booties together on your card! Thanks for showcasing all three companies products together! They really do work perfectly together! Thanks for teaming up with Die-Versions and DL.ART!
Anne Temple said…
Love your graduation cards using the various shades of cardstock and the purple baby booties are the cutest!
Migdalia said…
The grad cards are Fantastic! The baby card is darling!
Have a wonderful day,
D.Ann C said…
What cool graduation card! I especially love the yellow to orange on black!! And a super sweet baby card, too!
I now follow you on Google Friend Connect.
Especially like the silhouette look of the grad cards. The baby bootie is pretty. Have a Bee-utiful day!
"Sunshine HoneyBee"
I'm a new follower. Had to move far to the right of your blog to find your blog right sidebar to click to become a follower. Have a Bee-utiful day!
"Sunshine HoneyBee"
Eva Laney said…
awesome job on those Grad cards!!! Super fabulous! I love the baby card and especially how you made a pair of booties....Too Cute!!! new follower here!
conil said…
Could you be any more clever? I'm sure you'll astound me, once again. But using paint chips to achieve that ombre look is freaking brillliant. I bow to the master. All three cards are terrific and your bows look great.
Lisa said…
Your cards are so gorgeous!! I love how you used the Graduation Cameos!! The baby card is so sweet!!

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karalschuknecht said…
Great cards, I love the care die. I think I just found another must have. Thanks for joining us this week at QKR Stampede. Karal DT
Electra said…
I really like these cards, the first two look so different, just by using different colours!
The Paper Layer said…
Love your work! Those booties are just so cute! And using paint chips is a good tip! Beautiful Cards!
Dear Cornelia your creations are amazing! I love how you used the ribbon, this is not usual on us but you used this perfectly! Thank you for your sharing with us your talent! Hugs, Martha Lu
Mary M said…
love your graduation cards and the baby card is super sweet.
Denise Bryant said…
Beautiful cards! Love your color combos and details!
I'm a new follower here!
Valerija said…
Gorgeous cards. Love them all!
katieo said…
I just love the graduation cards. I love the background on the first one and the colors on the second one. The papers and color of the baby booties is so pretty
chrissy xx said…
LOve your silhouette design. Thank you so much for joining us this week at
QKR Stampede.
Suchi said…
Oh wow!! The grad cards are so cool and love the baby girl card too! :)
Suchi xx
Cards By Betty said…
Beautiful cards especially the grad cards
Wonderful use of color and repeating patterns on these graduation cards. Cute Baby shoes.
Kara Lynne said…
Wonderful cards! I love that you used paint chips for your die cuts. It's great to see companies collaborating! I love that crinkle ribbon!
Anita in France said…
You've showcased all these stamps, dies and ribbons so beautifully, Cornelia ... as ever, with style, creativity and pizazz! Hugs, Anita :)
Kim Heggins said…
these are amazing are so clever!
maria f. said…
Love those die cuts and your designs with them.
Norma said…
These are fabulous!! Thank you for joining us over at Decorate to Celebrate!!
Daniela said…
Fantastic cards. Thanks for joining us at cards and more. Good luck.
Hugs, Daniela

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