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Saturday, February 10, 2018

Heffy Doodle Release 3 Bloghop



Hello and thank you for stopping  by!!!
Today we are celebrating the amazing stamps and dies of Heffy Doodle´s Release nr.3 with an awesome bloghop!!!


You might be comming here from Kelly Griglione or maybe you are starting the awesome Bloghop at my Blog.

There is also an amazing giveaway going on with this Bloghop.
A random winner will be selected for a £25 gift certificate + free shipping for the Heffy Doodle store. To be eligible, leave comments across the entire blog hop by 11:59 PM PST on 2/15/2018. Winners will be announced on the Heffy Doodle Blog. 

Now on to my card for this bloghop. As we are living in a world of smartphones and texting I thought I would pick this theme for my little smartphone card using the Whatcha Sayin´stamps and dies

I started with a whisperwhite notecard that I cut down in with to look more rectagular to  fit my smartphone idea. After that I cut a piece of black cardstock in the same size and rounded it´s corners as a smarphone usually had round corners to make it smoother.


Using a rectange stichted inside-and-out rectangle die I cut out he display area from the phone.  I love the stitched borders. Makes it even more crafty I think.
After glueing down the black smartphone frame I started working on the texting bubbles.I used the stitched bubbles using the Whatcha Sayin´Dies and  cut seven on them in all the rainbowcolors as you can never have too many rainbow elements. After cutting them I stamped 7 different sentiments from the Whatcha Saying stampset on them . Using the rainboworder I arranged them on the phone display and glued them down using foam dots.
At the end of the conversation I placed a diecut tiny red heart from the Eggcellent News dies and added a layer of glossy accents and some glimmer.

To add a few special details to the phone-card I embossed a line of tiny dots on the top of the card and adhered a small glimmer circle for the front-camera. 

 I also added a little home button to the bottom, that I covered with glossy accents to make it more real. 

I´m sure the card will put a big smile on the recipients face. 
So tell me which is your favorite set from the new Heffy Doodle Release?
Now on you hop to all the insanly talented Ladies showing you their amazing creations using the new Release and don´t forget to leave a nice comment on each of them to be able to win the big prize: 
Maria Rudolph  YOU ARE HERE!!!


 Happy Crafting!!!
Maria :)



33 comments:

Mary Borg said...

Awesome idea! Love this modern theme card

Elaine said...

I would never thought of this idea but it is perfect for our modern age and the Heffy Doodle stamp set and dies are just perfect. I love this card and the idea of this design - certainly one that will inspire me in my card making. Thank you I love it.

Andrea Hastilow said...

Such a cool, modern card, suitable for so many events. Love how real it looks and all the tiny details you've added on to it. I'd be so proud of making or receiving this card, thank you for the idea.

~amy~ said...

How fun, super clever!

D.Ann C said...

Fun combo of modern text messaging sent the old fashioned way!

Debra Rumpza said...

What a great unique card... Perfect for a guy or girl... and so encouraging. Love the bubbles.

Paula Desmarais said...

I love your card especially the little heart at the bottom :)

Lorraine Turner said...

Maria, what a fun way to use the products from the Heffy Doodle release. You are so right as to say that we live in a technical age, I have a 18 month old grandson who can use an IPhone better than I can. LOL

Back to your project, I love the 'WHATCHA SAYIN' stamp set as I generally use critters in my card projects so the speech bubbles are an ideal way of adding a sentiment and I can always use more than one too. But I would never have thought of using them the way that you have Maria, so cool.

I like the bright colours used for the different sentiments and have you used the rhinestone at the top of the phone as the camera? If so, such a clever thought. I was totally blown away with your design today Maria but it just goes to show how versatile Heffy Doodle products are. :O)

Denise Bryant said...

Such a timely card! So clever! Love the bright colors!

Wendi Jarvis said...

Very clever. My favorites from this release our the word dies. Thanks for sharing.

Bunny Dobbie said...

What a fun design! Love the chatty conversation back and forth. Too cute!

stampinfranni said...

Your card is so stinkin’ clever! Thanks for sharing the idea!

Oliev said...

Such a fun card!
I like the Lucky Friends Stamp Set from this release.

Mary Holshouser said...

What a clever idea and so appropriate
to our times. txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

Mary-Anne V said...

What a fun can cool idea especially for a teen!

Annheidel said...

Cute and colorful!

Amy Myers said...

Love all the colors. Great idea!

brenda dufour said...

I really love the idea of the cell phone. Very creative. Adding the sentiments onto tickets is cute and allows you to post several. I really like it. TY :)

Sindhu said...

WOW!! What a great idea! Absolutely stunning! Love how colourful the cute card turned out. Fantastic idea, Maria!

Sue D said...

How fun with these colorful speech bubbles.

Mirella said...

Really cute and cheerful card, and your idea of turning these into text messages & the whole card into a mobile phone is really fun! Thanks so much for sharing and inspiring!

Henriëtte said...

Very cool idea to make a phone card. Love it.

abhoneyab said...

Awesome release! Thanks for the inspiration!

Suz said...

Love the HD release. Thanks for inspiring with your clever and creative card

Iris said...

Such a clever and fun card - love the colors.

Kari V. said...

Great idea to make it an iphone card! Love it! I think I need those dies and sentiment sets! ;)

Breina Burgin said...

Neat!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Thanks so much for a fun and creative play session.

Linda Landess said...

So clever! Great idea for a guy card, I think!

Arianna Barbara said...

Awww!!! How fun!!! Love your beautiful card!!!

Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

Oh !! Such a great and fun idea !! Great card !
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sammi said...

OMG Awesome card! So creative to make a smart phone as your card, with this new release set! Very clever! LOVE this idea!

Sammibug aka Samantha Houp aka Sammi

Cathy Lillie said...

Such a creative card! My girls would love to receive a card like this! Great attention to details as well. It's hard to pick a favorite stamp set from this release but I think I would choose the Honey Boo bunny stamps.