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Saturday, August 21, 2010

VC Rocks Blog Hop 4

Welcome Friends! We are blog hopping on our last tour for VC summer 2010. I know you enjoyed Melanie's project and all the other VC Rockers on the hop!

I have 2 cards to share with similar design both using NEW colors!

The color combination featured here is Early Espresso, Cherry Cobbler and Crumb Cake.
Our celebration at VC is about to end for the summer. Our group 'hibernates' for the fall and winter. Come next spring the leadership team will start planning all the fun stuff to do for the summer of 2011. I sure hope that regular blog hops are on that list!! If you are a Rocker... be sure to attend our annual Awards Ceremony where I will announce all the rockers earning VC medals and the BIG winners of our Medal drawing! Sheryl Brown will announce the winners in our card contest! Whoo hooo!


I changed the layout and embellishments up a tiny bit and gave it a more masculine feel. The colors here are Baja Breeze, Early Espresso and Crumb Cake.

Your next stop on the hop is the fabulous Loni Holt. Give her some extra love as she is our coordinator for all our blog hops... I say she does an AWESOME job!!

Stamp Credits: Stampin' Up!

Stamp sets: Autumn Splendor, Celebrate Everything

Kimm

23 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Kimm, those little details really change the card to a masculine one. I've got to CASE this! Have a blessed day!

Loni said...

New colors with your stamp stash.. gotta love it. And really goes to show how much color can change the 'feel' of a card. Thanks for all you do for VC Rocks and for welcoming this Rookie with open arms! Hugs, Loni

Shari said...

Great cards, Kimm. I have to get that set you used in the background. *sigh* I'm supposed to be saving for convention 2011! You are not helping me!

Tina said...

Love what you did to make it more masculine. TFS!

Tina
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Beantown Grasshopper said...

I agree with the other comments on how the "feel" of the card was changed. I also liked that you used Extreme Elements (?) for the color splash. That is brilliant.

Tory said...

Great cards, Kimm. Love those color combos.

Jackie L Watson said...

Wow, such lovely cards. Simple, clean. Love the colors and layout.

Lori said...

Love the CAS look of each. Same, but different. Thanks for sharing...

Veronica said...

Love both of those color combinations as well as the design of each card. TFS.

Carolyn Sharkas said...

Kimm, both of these are stunning. I especially love the masculine one, though, the colors are great together.

hugs,

Patrice Herrera said...

I couldn't choose if I had to !!! They are both amazing, love the color combination's, and the extreme Element background! You always rock your cards!!!

A Touch of SOL said...

Awesome...Thanks for sharing how colors change the feel and look of a card...YOU ARE GREAT LEADER. THANK YOU FOR THE BEST 1st YEAR EVER!
Marisol

Debbie Peterson said...

Kimm, fabulous cards. So elegant and great colors.
And I have to say I just love seeing the pictures of your pups they are just adorable!

Ellen Kemper said...

Love them both!

Shar said...

Beautiful card, Kimm! Love your design!

stampershirley said...

Yes, Kimm, those little details "make' the cards special and unique. Great use of color and layouts. Thanx for sharing, dear friend.

Terri said...

Great cards Kimm, may just have to get the elements stamp.

Kym said...

Great cards Kimm. I really like the blue color combo.

Stace said...

Oh the cherry and crumb cake are beautiful. I love that embossing folder.

Brenda said...

Kimm, beautiful cards -- love the colors -- gret job!

Patricia Gessner said...

Kimm this is a great man's card and so good looking at the same time!

Angela said...

These cards make me so ready for fall! Unfortunately we don't have it in southern Arizona! Beautiful job!

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