November Inspiration Blog Hop



Hey there! Welcome to this month’s inspiration blog hop with the Gossamer Blue team! The purpose of this blog hop is to provide you with a boost of inspiration for using your November kits, just as they are arriving at your doorstep. Things move fast in the kit world, and we want you to get the most use out of your current kit, even when sneak peeks of the next kits will soon be here.

You may have come here from Beshka’s blog, are a regular reader, or just happened to find your way here today. However you got here, welcome, and I hope you enjoy the blog hop.

This time I thought it would be fun to create a set of small cards that would be great to give together as a gift. Maybe stacking them and tying them together with a bit of lace, along with some coordinating envelopes. I sometimes give my cards away for others to use and send out to their friends, and I think a selection of coordinating ones like these would be especially fun to give away.


These cards are smaller than normal, measuring 4″x 4 1/2″. I pulled out the package of Maggie Holmes for Crate Paper die cuts and began stitching them onto the cards. I embellished them further with some wood veneer, cork, rub-ons, patterned paper, and mist.

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I had so much fun making these to share with you. I hope you like them and feel inspired in new ways to use your Gossamer Blue November kits.

From here you can head on over to Cindy’s blog and check out what fabulousness awaits!

In case you get lost, you can refer to this list of blog hop participants:

Gossamer Blue

Anabelle O’Malley

Beshka Kueser

Brenda Weaver- That’s me!

Cindy Leibel

Diane Payne

Emily Spahn

Erin Taylor

Eyoung Lee

Jill Cornell

Heather Leopard

Jill Keller

Kasie Przbyt

Katie Ehman

Keisha Campbell

Laurel Rahel Crosby

Maria Lacuesta

Melanie Blackburn

Michelle Wooderson

Nicole Harper

Rebecca Luminarias

Sabrina Alery

Vanessa Perry




9 thoughts on “November Inspiration Blog Hop

  1. Miriam Prantner says:

    These cards are gorgeous! I just love the attention to detail, the balance, and of course the beautiful supplies you used too!

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