Monday, March 22, 2010

Fred She Said Blog Hop!!

Welcome to our THIRD "FRED SHE SAID" blog hop!!! If you just happened to drop by my blog and you are not aware of this wonderful event taking place, please go back to the "FRED SHE SAID" blog here and start your hop! We would love it if you commented on our posts.

Along the way, you will see a special CODE WORD. Collect them all up! Once you reach the end of the blog hop (which will be the "Fred She Said" Challenge blog), follow the instructions to make your entry and your name will go in for a draw for a $20 Gift Certificate for the Fred She Said Store!

Here is my "Fred She Said" creations:


Fred She Said

3 X 3 Cards:



For my cards I used the Corner Rose 7 Colours set and the Paper Pricking Pattern- Frame and Flourish which is sized just right for SU's Top Note Die.

This blog hop will run from today, March 22nd until March 28. On the 29th, the winner will be announced on the "Fred She Said" blog.


Now, to continue the blog hop, please visit Michelle's Blog. When you are finished hopping, why not check out the Fred She Said Store! And if you still don't have enough of Fred make sure you join us at the Challenge Blog for fun challenges along the way. You can find the details on the FSS Challenge Blog. Please make sure you use a FSS image for the challenge and if you don't have any don't fret, there are plenty freebies on the site to choose from.

My special code word is: SINCERELY

Here is a list of the blog hoppers in case you lose your way:

FRED SHE SAID blog
Shelly - That's me!
Michelle
CAROL L.
DARSIE B.
JUDY
CAROL H.

MARIA
LISA
LORA
DEANNE
FRED SHE SAID CHALLENGE BLOG

30 comments:

Carolivy said...

Love what you have done with the Corner Roses! Very pretty!
Hugs
Carol

Carol said...

Love these purple roses Shelly. Those 3 x 3 cards are just too cute. How pretty!!!
Bear Hugs,
Carol H.
Chocolate, Crafts, and Bears, Oh My!

Marilyn Webb said...

Love the purple roses, my favorite color!!

~Michelle~ said...

so, so pretty!

Love what you did with the top note die...so gorgeous!

Gloria Westerman said...

These are gorgeous....I love them....thank you for sharing...

Cara said...

Beautiful cards Love your purple roses

Shirley said...

Love your card and the paper pricking pattern with it. Who wouldn't want to receive a card like this one?
Shirley L.
shirlee@surewest.net

*Vicki* said...

Oh my goodness is this ever stunning!! TFS! HUGS

Carmen said...

WOW!! That rose looks so real!! Very pretty!

Debra said...

Just beautiful and beautifully done! Very inspiring...love the layout.

Debra
Conroe, TX

My Blog:Creative Heart Designs

Rhonda Miller said...

Great cards, I love that rose.

Courtney said...

Lovely card...I love the purple!

Pat (mspfd) said...

These are without a doubt gorgeous. Your coloring and color choices are perfection.

Anita said...

I love the colors of your cards.

Kym Weber said...

Wow, gorgeous rose card! Love the purples! So vibrant but yet delicate!

~Hugs~Kym

Nancy said...

Oh My!!!
How absolutely GORGEOUS!!!

Darsie Bruno said...

this is absolutely gorgeous! I just love it!

Tracey Lynn 'Fred' Miller said...

ooooh I love them! Fresh & pretty!

Anonymous said...

Oh, those are gorgeous!

Janet Kay

marysanders123 said...

I love the purple cabbage roses! Of course I'm like Tracy, purple is a favorite color and I use it often. Keep up the great work!

Aussie Loz said...

Gorgeous! Love the 'pin pricked' detailing... gorgeous colours.

Danni said...

Gorgeous creations!

Carla said...

Wow! Beautiful cards!

Judy Applegarth said...

Very pretty! I love the paper peircing and the colors.

Debbie said...

Beautiful Shelly...

Marie B. said...

OMGoodness, Shelly, these are just gorgeous! LOVE them! :)

craft_princess said...

Such a big bold and beautiful flower!!

Maria Matter said...

Stunning Shelly, just stunning!!!

Mara said...

I loved those purple flower!!!!!

Sandy O said...

Beautiful! The purples remind me so much of spring :o)

What software do you use to print out your images? I printed this out twice and it is either to small or to big for the SU die :o) and I know it is something I am doing wrong.