Welcome to the April 2018 Kre8tors Blog Hop! This month we are doing a color theme, as you can see from the lovely color scheme below. The challenge was to use at least three colors from the color palette, however I broke the rules and only used two because I forgot my own rules! It’s been a hectic few months.
As most of you know, I’m in the process of moving and almost ALL of my supplies are packed up in boxes! I was lucky enough to have a few essentials left out for a charity craft event I attended yesterday. This was my fourth year as a Make and Take Demonstrator and volunteer at the Let’s Stamp Out Hunger event which is a fundraiser for the Clatsop Emergency Food Bank. It’s a wonderful day full of friends and fun, held in the beautiful town of Astoria, Oregon. You can check out the website or find us on Facebook!
And now, on to my project! I decided to CASE a project from Maymay Made It Crafts. She has a fantastic video on how to create one of these A2 Card Holder Magazine Style projects. I really LOVE this project because it’s fun and easy to make AND I use a ton of them to store my cards!
The colors I chose to use from this month’s challenge include Wild Wasabi for the base and Powder Pink for the DSP. I planned on using Crumb Cake for the sentiment and to sponge daub the edges of the DSP, however my daubers were packed, and the Crumb Cake didn’t show up well on the DSP. Looking back, I wish I would have used the Crumb Cake on Whisper White and cut out a small oval to go on the flap.
This project is VERY easy to make, and takes only a few materials. It was perfect for me to whip up to share with you on this hop. I also used it as my Make and Take at this year’s Let’s Stamp Out Hunger event, and it was a huge hit!
I’ve already made quite a few of these awesome card holders, and will be making several more for all sorts of occasions. They hold a ton of cards (and big enough for the envelopes, too) and look so cute sitting on my shelf. At least, they WILL look cute once I get my shelf put back together in my new place!
While visiting Astoria for the fundraising event, my mother and I had a little fun walking around and enjoying the sunshine along the waterfront.
Not to mention enjoying some delicious iced coffee from a local coffee shop down the block. We took a ride on the trolly and also had some very yummy lunch! It was such a fun weekend, full of family, friends, and STAMPING! Which is my favorite activity!
12″ x 12″ Card Stock for Base
6″ x 12″ DSP for Accents
For directions on how to create this fun card holder, see Maymay’s video on her YouTube channel! I hope to make a video of my own for this soon, but I just wasn’t able to get one done with everything happening at the moment. I hope to get some videos up for you again in May!
If you don’t already have a demonstrator, I would love to be your Creative Coach! How can I help you?
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If your order is less than $150, use my current hostess code S6BPP672 when you place your order to get a thank you card from me at the beginning of next month! Your support means a lot to me and helps me to continue doing what I love, which is making videos for you to enjoy.
Click on the Next button below to head over to Sandra’s blog to see her beautiful creation using this month’s color challenge palette!
April 2018 Kre8tors Blog Hop Roll Call List
12 thoughts on “April 2018 Kre8tors Blog Hop Color Challenge”
Love this cute card holder, I am going to have a try at this! Thanks for sharing.
Another great idea for the Petal Palette Set! TFS!
Great idea, Melissa! Thanks for sharing!
Such a great idea and so pretty!
Great project! I loved this color challenge!
What a fantastic project Melissa – I’ll have to give it a try! Those cards inside it are gorgeous too!! Good luck with your move x
Great project! Thanks Melissa!
Such a great and super handy project thank you for sharing
This is Great,will definetly make some!Thanks for Sharing!
Thanks for insiring with your cute project on this post. I really love these boxes and I’m thinking they’d work really good at my craft sale in the summer, so I’ll be checking out those instructions on the blog link. Really nice samples and great post. Thanks for sharing.
What a great idea! Will have to try this sometime 🙂
What a lovely project, I must sort my many makes which sit in a box in no order whatsoever!