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Alex Syberia Designs You Are Loved Release Blog Hop & Giveaway

Hi Crafty friends!

Today I’m excited to be hopping along with  Alex Syberia Designs to celebrate the October "You Are Loved " release. It’s another really good one. I have a project to share with you.

Giveaway info:

Alex Syberia Designs is giving away a £85 ($100) gift certificate to 1 lucky winner and a £15 ($18) gift card to 5 winners. 

Open internationally. All 6 winners will be drawn from the entrants that have played along with this Blog hop by midnight BST October 22nd, 2023. Winners will be announced on the Alex Syberia Designs blog 'Giveaway Winners' page on October 23rd, 2023.

For my project, I used the leaves from the Chic Roses Layering Die Set, and I inked them in a darker green color to create some contrast. "Smile" is a new large die. I cut it out from blue paper and added white highlights with a pen. The background is the Trendy pattern stencil that I blended in various shades of blue. I love how this card turned out. So simple and masculine, right?!


The next person is the amazing Erica 

If you like to start at the beginning of the hope go here Alex Syberia Designs blog


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  1. Emelie, I love your leaves - and often will buy a set just because of the leaves! Beautiful with all these lovely shades of blue!
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  2. Wonderful card!!! I love that Trendy Pattern stencil and the gorgeous shades of blue you used! Also love the white detailing you added to the sentiment!!!

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    1. Noticed my comment above showed up as anonymous...it's me, Lisa Petrella :)

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  3. Beautiful card, love the colours. The geometric background die is stunning and a really useful one to add to my stash.

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  4. Love the card with the background stencil!

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  5. This is so lovely!

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  6. I think that background die is my favorite of this release. Very versatile and beautiful

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  7. Marisela Delgado said: So pretty! mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  8. Lovely colors and love that stencil

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  9. I love the colors you used. Such a great card and a wonderful release.

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  10. Very pretty card! I love the background!

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  11. Gorgeous card. I had run put of ideas for hubby's birthday card but this has given me a great idea, I just need to get the background cover die now, I'll change the smile to loved (or something similar in ASD shop) and bingo I'll have a new one for him. Thank you for the inspiration X X

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  12. A lovely card, loving how you've just used leaves. A great way to add interest and they work well with your background colours x

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  13. Gorgeous card! Great color combo, and I love the look of the white highlights.

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  14. Beautiful card! I love the colors and designs! The leaves and sentiment look fabulous, and the background pattern is so pretty!

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  15. Beautiful card Emelie. I love the background and the colors are gorgeous!

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  16. I love your card.

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