Monday, November 30, 2015


Some parts of the world have cold weather (me) and some have warm weather (not me).  It's kinda scrambled up, wouldn't you say!  The LOVE TO SCRAP! CHALLENGE BLOG is so excited to bring you "It's a Scramble" Blog Hop!  Our sponsor for this is the awesome River City Rubber Works!  Join our hop for a chance to win a $25 gift certificate to their online store.

On each of the blogs you will collect a letter and make sure to leave each designer some love.  When you have collected all the letters, unscramble them and then email your guess to  All the correct guesses will be entered into the drawing for the River City Rubber Works gift certificate.  

All of our designers are creating Anything Goes inspiration projects.  Everyone who participates in the hop can link up an Anything Goes project for an EXTRA entry into the drawing!  **Be sure to use the same email address to email your guess and to link up your project so we can make sure you're given two entries into the drawing.**

Please note that even though this is an Anything Goes challenge, our normal rules apply. :)

The image I received is called "Angel Trumpets".  I couldn't decide how I wanted to use it so I did two black & white the other colored.  

The letter you need to collect from my blog is  M .

Here are your blog hop stops:


I hope you are enjoying the hop!  You're getting close to the you know what the word is yet?  If you get lost or landed here first and want to join in the fun, pop over to the LOVE TO SCRAP! CHALLENGE BLOG to read all the details and start from the beginning.

Happy Hopping!

Card Recipe:

Papers - Core 'dinations, generic
Die - Spellbinders
Sentiment made on Word

Second card has in addition to the above:

Coloring medium - Copic markers, Wink of Stella & Stickles

Challenges entered:


brenda said...

Both cards are lovely Robin and a circle card is always pleasing, but it's the first that really draws me, the monochromatic colours really make the image pop.

B x

Nana Griffin said...

Like both of these but the colored one adds some punch for me.

Lisa said...

Both of your cards are so gorgeous!! The stamp is so pretty!! You showcased it beautifully!! Love them both!! Have a great day :)

A Mermaid's Crafts

McCrafty's Cards said...

These are both beautiful Robin, I love those Angels
Kevin xx

Lee said...

Oh so very festive! I love the bright and cheery one so much!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Both versions are wonderful. I like the vintage look of the little angels.

Rahmat said...

I like both the cards, the image is lovely, and the angels look nice. Thanks for joining us at ATSM.

Leslie said...

Awesome cards, Robin! I'd have a hard time picking a favorite, lol! Love the black and white (which I did with my image too) and I love the color bursts. Very nice!

Irena Stefanova said...

These are just too cute! Hugs

FiestyCrafter (Tina) said...

Both are beautiful Robin! I can't decide which is my favorite, they are equally beautiful. Fabulous inspiration :o)

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Beautiful cards, Robin! I'd have a hard time picking a favorite. I love the black and white which I believe makes the image pop, but I love the bursts of color also. Such sweet and beautiful angels. Thanks for joining us at ODBD!!

Julie Gearinger said...

Wow, I love both versions as well!! Thanks for playing along with us at the ODBD Shining the Light Challenge- hugs and have a blessed week!

Mandy said...

Gorgeous cards Robin! The image is adorable.
Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
Mandy xx

Dawn said...

Two great cards! I love both versions!
Dawn xx

Anonymous said...

Both cards are wonderful. I love the vintage look of the black and white. Great job!

Diane Louise J said...

Love how you have coloured one and left the other one black and white... they both look fab :o)
Diane Louise x

NanaConnie said...

I love them both, Robin, but the one you colored is marvelous! Delightful simple designs.

Lillian A said...

What a neat idea, to do them both ways -- and each are striking.

Heather said...

Hmmm . . . I don't know which is better, either. I really like both; and the circle base is really a great element for this image.

Ann Chuang Crafts said...

This is just gorgeous!! I love the vintage look.

Monika Reeck said...

woooow I love the vintage Image on your card
the colorfull and the black and white is adorable both
great project