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Welcome to the NC Demo Blog Hop for April.  I'm so glad you are here.  You might have just come from Tina's blog.  Great project!  If you are starting here, I'm so glad you are here.  Don't miss a single post!

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For this April hop we are to choose our favorite spring holiday or occasion.  I'm going to hedge a little on this.  While this is my new favorite spring event, it won't be for the rest of you.  My little Sagan, just turned one and that's one grand event for Grammie!  Of course Sagan had a party designed around the stars and the galaxy.  She's named after Carl Sagan, after all.  Do you remember him?  So here is my card to celebrate the occasion.

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star by Jo Anne Hewins

The Little Twinkle stamp set and the Twinkle Builder Punch will continue in the new catalog.  You can still save 10% by ordering the bundle before June 3.  The Twinkle Twinkle Designer Series Paper is going to retire. This group was perfect for Sagan's birthday card.

Start with a card base of Thick Whisper White that is 4 1/4 x 11.  Score at 5 1/2 and fold.  

The Twinkle Twinkle Petal Pink paper is cut to the same size as the front of the card.  That's 4 1/4 x 5 1/2.  I like to glue this layer.  The glue has just a little give to get the paper in exactly the right place if you work quickly.

The saying is stamped on Shimmery White cardstock in Pool Party.  I used a brand new sneak peek die to cut this out.  It's called the Stitched Nested Labels Dies.  Don't you love it!  Just go ahead and put it on your Wish List!  Add this layer to the card with dimensionals.  But first, wrap some of the Silver Metallic Thread around about 4 fingers 4 or 5 times.  Slip that off and adhere to parts of the dimensionals on back.  Move the thread around a little until you are happy with it.  Then turn it over and adhere.

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Close Up of Card by Jo Anne Hewins

I took another length of the silver thread and added it around the card with about 5 rolled up glue dots here and there.  Stars were cut using the Twinkle Builder Punch and the star die from the Wood Crate Dies.  The Wood Crate Dies are also going to retire.  Add the stars around the thread making sure to hide the rolled up glue dots.  I used stars cut from the Twinkle Twinkle patterned paper, stars from Shimmery White cardstock, Silver Foil, Silver Glimmer Paper, and Sparkle Glimmer Paper.    Finish up with a few Rhinesone Basic Jewels.

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Card Inside by Jo Anne Hewins

Here's the inside of the card.  The saying is from Little Twinkle and stamped in Pool Party.  Add more stars!

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Card by Jo Anne Hewins

I think this is a really cute card.  Since, this just might not be your favorite spring celebration, I have an alternative to offer you.  I think this could be a great graduation card!  Turn it sideways.  Add GRAD in Sparkle Glimmer paper with the Large Letters Dies.  Now decorate with all kinds of stars.  I didn't have time to make one yet, but I might give it a try.  I'll post it if this idea becomes reality.  You could use STAR for lots of other occasions!

Thanks you joining the NC Demo Blog Hop.  Please continue so you can see other celebrations!  Up next is Laurie .  I can't wait!

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Toni Campana

Anita Trippi  

Tina Lesson  

Jo Anne Hewins 

Laurie Meier 

Frances Wagner  

Tracie Evans Langley  

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April Stamping Around the World Teaser 4The April Tutorial is live.  Wouldn't you love to get this free tutorial package.  Several demonstrators from around the world are working together to bring you this perk!  The Stamping Around the World Tutorial for April has 12 different tutorials.  You can get these tutorials for free with a $50 purchase.  Please use the Host Code PU4WK3M2 for orders less than $150.  I will email the tutorials to you once I am notified from Stampin' Up! of your purchase.  You can also buy these tutorials for $15.  Contact me if interested.  These tutorials cannot be shared with others.  Other demonstrators can use the designs but cannot hand out these tutorials.

 



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Tracie Evans Langley

What a lovely card. I know it is one your granddaughter will cherish! Thank you for sharing!

Jo Anne Hewins

Thanks, Tracie.

Toni Campana

Happy Birthday, Sagan! It’s a beautiful card, as usual, Jo Anne. I don’t have this set but after seeing several of your cards using it, I think I may need it 😊

Tina Lesson

Very Pretty Card

Jo Anne Hewins

Thanks so much, Toni. This card was so much fun to make. She liked the sparkle!

Jo Anne Hewins

Thanks Tina.

Frances Wagner

Jo Ann this is such a sweet card. I love it.

Jo Anne Hewins

Thanks so much, Frances.

Laurie Meier

Jo Anne [or should I say Grammie :) ] - What a beautiful card to celebrate your granddaughter's first birthday! Everything about it is just perfect. Thank you so much for sharing. And, thank you for the sneak peek of one of the new dies from Stitched Nested Label Dies. Definitely on my list!

Jo Anne Hewins

Laurie, thank you so much for your kind words. It's just so much fun to make those special cards for those who are special to us, isn't it.

Twila J Hartford

You made the perfect card for your granddaughter's first birthday. Love the sentiment inside, too!

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