Friday, 30 May 2014

Creativity Club Design Team first ever blog hop

Hey everyone..... a massive welcome to the first ever Do Crafts Creativity Design Team blog hop.... If you are a regular on my blog - a massive wave to you...... thank you for coming back to visit..... if this is your first visit to me and you have found me along the hop - welcome, welcome, welcome.... it's lovely to see you here. Grab yourself a drink, pull up a chair and come along with me on my crazy crafting journey.....
Thank you for hopping on by.
The dt have been very busy creating projects (they really are a very talented bunch!)......
Here is the project that I created for the hop....



I used some of the downloads available to all Creativity members of the club over on www.docrafts.com. I have also been playing with some of the latest goodies from Do Crafts, some of my favourites from this crafty loop are the wonderful build a scene dies..... you get stunning results with these dies and they work in all die cutting machines..... I can see me using these time and time again.

Here is the list of designers who are taking part in the hop, it would be great if you could pop on over to their blogs and leave them some love.... They have some brilliant projects to show you.....

3. Keren
7. Katie
8. Jill

And if you have hopped on over from the Crafting Cafe group on Facebook (check out the link at the top of my blog if you would like to come and join us) - a massive wave to all of you too! I love hopping around to see what my Crafting Cafe Crew have been up to.

Right I'm off to hop around the list too before I finish that massive amount of die cutting that I am working my through for a Do Crafts project that needs to be sent off to head office. I'll share the pics and maybe a sneaky peek or two when I can.

Happy crafting
Nikki x



Edited ....... I decided to add some sparkle to my project and turn it into a Christmas card.......
So here is the same card with just that little bit of sparkle......
What do you think....... better?

36 comments:

  1. Fantastic card Nikki and love the new dies combined with the texture downloads.

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  2. Oh I love the downloads with these dies… It looks really frosty and Christmassy! I look forward to seeing your sneaky peak of your other make too! Heather x

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  3. Fab card and love the distressed look on the wood texture.

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  4. Gorgeous card Nikki. I really love the blue tones.
    Clur
    xx

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  5. Wow Nikki you have surpassed yourself again! I just love the eay you have taken those blues and whites and merged them! Reminds me somehow of Victorian London! Just bpopping by on the docrafts DT blog hop! Forgot to mention that on my blog! Lol x

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  6. Fantastic creation! Now off to see what the others have been up to. x

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  7. Fab card! Love the colours :) x

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  8. Looks brilliant using the download- a bit Harry potterish!! x

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  9. Amazing use of the dies and texture papers, great card.

    Sylv xx

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  10. me again, having a longer look round as settled in for the night. Fab blog Nikki.

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  11. Hi Nikki just popped by on my blog hop journey, love your project the depth of it is fantastic xx from http://guffdesignscardcreations.blogspot.co.uk/

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  12. Wow love this Nikki love the dimension of it and reminds me of the Shambles (Street in York) or Harry Potter love it hun hugs Judith x

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  13. Loving the use of the Xcut dies and downloads Nikki! You are fab for organising both these hops, thank you! x

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  14. This is awesome!! Fabulous scene you have created with these dies and I love the colours. Superb project!!
    xx

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  15. Love how you have used the xcut dies and club downloads Nikki! thank you for organising both these hops! x

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  16. Oooooh Nikki, this is awesome! I just love it!
    I'm doing both hops so I'll pop back later to see if there's anyting on your blog that I haven't left some love on! lol
    Big Hoppy Hugs
    Dawn xx

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  17. Fab piece of work Nikki, lovely colour.

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  18. fab die-cut card Nikki, I think the sparkle to make it Christmassy is perfect, happy crafting and blogging, Fi x

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  19. omg wow i LOVE this, i love the colour the unique design and the rustic yet modern feel, just off to hope over to the to the girls on the crafty cafe blog hop x

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  20. Love the' Olde World' feel to the card!

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  21. Popping over from the Crafting cafe. What a fab card Nikki. Chris x

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  22. This is fabulous Nikki....very, very clever idea. Like the 2nd one with the Christmas theme. Popped by 'on the Crafting Cafe hop' x

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  23. Your card is gorgeous. You seem to be very busy. Hugs Jackie

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  24. Fabulous card, just hopping by.

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  25. I love this die set & I love what you have done with it x

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  26. Hi nikki just started the blog hop . I love your project its fabulous hun

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  27. Hi Nikki, this is completely fab, and I lurve it as a Christmas card. Ax

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  28. Beautiful card...love the dies and colour...Joolsx

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  29. This is stunning Nikki. Love the detail, the die cuts and the fabulous scene you have creatied.
    Laine
    xx

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  30. Hi Nikki, love those dies you've used and the street scene you've created with such depth. Like the card with and without the glitter, although it's a great idea to turn it into a Christmas card. Maddy x

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  31. Lovely, lovely card, Nikki. I do hope you are starting to feel better and more rested now. Take care xx

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  32. Both brilliant card love the dies -love the paper-think the one without glitter is my fave
    Carol x

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  33. WoW! Nikki this is amazing! Very effective, I will have to try these dies... I keep going back to gaze at your project.

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  34. Both versions of the card look lovely. It does have a bit of an olde worlde look about the scene.

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