Sunday, May 13, 2012

MOABH Aim for the clouds

Hello, Stampers!
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Hello fellow bloggers,
For today's card I used There She Goes stamp set "Aim for the Clouds".  This set is very versatile and can be used for many occasions. I chose to make my Niece a graduation card and I think she will love it! Her favorite color is orange so I accented the paper with it. This is the last of this cute MME paper that I have left. It looks so cute with the hot air balloons!
I colored the main circle image and balloons with copics and popped it up on foam tape. I used stickles on the clouds and snow capped mountain tops. After meandering with the sewing machine around the edges, I adhered it to the mat and added a spellbinder tag sentiment with some bakers twine. I had a lot of fun participating in this fun Blog Hop. Happy Mother's Day to all you Moms out there and Happy Sunday to the rest of you!
Hugs, Kim
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58 comments:

  1. Such a pretty card, love your scene :)

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  2. So stunning, love the bright colors!

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  3. What a fab card, Kim! Love the use of space!

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  4. Ooooh! I love how you have the balloons in the background and then the brightly colored one in the front! What a great card!

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  5. Super pretty graduation card - love your stickled clouds and mountains. The colors, details, and dimension are just perfect - congrats to your niece on her graduation and to you for making such a wonderful card.

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  6. I love all the elements on this card: the popped up balloon, the background paper, the meandering stitching (your niece's path following graduation?), the shot of orange. Just lovely!

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  7. Wow, beautiful, I love all the pops

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  8. Great card, I love the fresh colors =) TFS!

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  9. Lovely card! Love the colors!

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  10. Fabulous card!!! Love the colors :)

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  11. Gorgeous Kim! So vibrant! Love your sewing too! I'm in Stamford CT!

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  12. Love your card!! So pretty! Great design too!!

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  13. This card is gorgeous! Love the whimsical stitching!

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  14. Great card! Love how youd id the balloons on the background too and the stitching is so much fun!

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  15. This is so lovely!! The colours you used are great and the colouring fab!
    TFS
    Rene

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  16. Im sure your niece will love the card! The wandering stitching is awesome...so had to make it look wiggly on purpose, I know... I've tried it!!
    Brilliant card :0)
    Jenny x

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  17. Wonderful card. Love this hot air balloon and the fabulous sentiment. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

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  18. Love how you popped the balloon!

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  19. Oh, love how colorful this card is, and that stitching around the edges is the perfect touch!

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  20. This is super cute! Love the bright colors!

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  21. Such a nice colorful card!
    Jill
    http://craftwithanangel.blogspot.com/

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  22. love this card great job and awesome stitching

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  23. WONDERFUL card...I love the stitching and bg papers!

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  24. another of my fave sets, great card!!

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  25. Oh, no another set I want now....this is so beautiful...gee, thanks LOL! Poor hubby's wallet...

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  26. what a great card...the images are wonderful.

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  27. Wow, love your bold coloring and fun design.

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  28. OH I love this set! makes me smile every time! Love the paper too, such a perfect match!

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  29. Great for a graduation card!

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  30. love this with the balloons in the background and then the image poped in the center.

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  31. Such a great card. Love the balloons.

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  32. OMGoodness This is a Fabulous Graduation card! Your Niece is just going to Love this! 8-) Love how your dp's go So perfectly with your Wonderful image! Love your fun layout and terrific stitching too! 8-)

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    Shannon

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  33. Fabulous card! Love the layout and stitching.

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  34. Such lovely colors. Balloons remind me of New Mexico!

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  35. great card! love the vibrant colors!

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  36. Kim, everything about your card is perfect! The colors, coloring, stitching.... absolutely perfect!

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  37. Very cute card. Love the stiching and all the details.

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  38. Ooo, I love, love, love, this card, Kim! Gorgeous colors :D

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  39. this is a very nice card. love the colours

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  40. Such a lovely scene you've created. Very cute card.

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  41. wow love the paper you paired with the image and the stitching is perfection!

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  42. Absolutely love the staging on this card. The elements are so bright and colorful and vivid. Love that stitching too. So pretty! :)

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  43. Gorgeous card! I love the scene and the bright balloons.

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  44. Could that dsp be more perfect? I like the orange accents against the sky blue and greens. Love, love the stitching.

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  45. Gorgeous card Kim - LOVE what you have done with this set :)

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  46. Okay, I'm going to borrow a funny from my friend Lisa and tell you I've got carpel tunnel syndrome now from scrolling to the bottom of these comments! LOL There are so many great things about your card. Love the balloon theme, the tied on tag, the fantastic stitching and EVERYTHING else! :-) It's really great Kim. Hugs!

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  47. What a darling card! I love the stitching and the colors you used!

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