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TGF 3rd Annual Customer Blog Hop

Hi!  After finishing up these 2 projects for TGF's Blog Hop, I've come to realize that I am kind of addicted to stamps, especially TGF stamps.  Hehe.  Okay, I will not babble on too much since there are lots of other blogs to check out as well.  I made something for both categories, Holiday and General.

First up is my Holiday card.

I recently acquired Hippie Anya!  She inspired me to make a "peace" card for the holidays.

But then I had to add Fleur Anya for "love" ...

and 80s Anya for "joy."  So great that these stamps could be turned into something Christmas-y.

My General project has been swimming in my mind ever since I made that counting book a while back with TGF stamps as well.  I thought I could make an ABC book too.  But I didn't make this into a book.  More like flashcards, I suppose.  My youngest has a hard time recognizing lower case letters so I thought this would be fun for him. 

All stamps are TGF.  I colored in just the part I wanted to emphasize.  I know, I have a lot of stamps! 

Some letters were hard.  Like "n."  I don't have Nurse Anya!  So I used Amelia's necklace.  V is for valentine, X for Xmas, and I turned the horse from McSplendid Farm into a zebra.  Though my kids will say it's a horse with stripes.  I'm also glad I had Sing for her ukulele, and Princess Anya is a queen.

I added all the cards onto a ring and also added a piece of clear cardstock to use with a dry erase marker.

I thought maybe my youngest could practice writing the letters too on the clear cardstock and then erase it.  (The blue one was out of ink).  The letters were cut out using PTI's alphabet dies.

That's it for me.  Thanks so much for visiting!

Comments

GET OUT of here! Not only do I love that card w/ the framed images of our little cuties, but that flashcard set is BRILLIANT! I always come to your blog wondering "why didn't I think of that?!" and that's a GOOD thing. LOVE your work, girl- thanks so much for hopping w/ us!!!!
Annette said…
wow these are so amazing..what a fun idea...TFS
mousekemom said…
What an amazing idea! My youngest has special needs and this would be great for him. Thanks for the fantastic idea, Eva!
Mrs Weyremaster said…
I love your card, and how you made those cute little Anya's all Christmassy. OMGosh those flashcards are awesome, what a wonderful idea, and so cleverly executed.
Hugs
Suzi
xxx
Sarabeth said…
what a fun card and that abc book is brilliant!!!!! way to go with both challenges!

xo
sarabeth
CraftyDee said…
Such a fun card Eva! And I'm sure your kids just love those flashcards!
Super cute projects...love the abc book!!!
Maria said…
very cute project. TKS for sharing
marial302003@yahoo.com
Nat said…
Wow! Your card is great! What a fun and unique Christmas card! Also, the flip book is astonishing! I might have to case this! Great work! Merry Christmas! :)
Nat
Heidi Brawley said…
WOW that is an AWESOME project idea!!! And your card is darling too!
Hugs, Heidi
Denice said…
Oh Eva, there is no such thing as too many TGF stamps! LOL!

Your card is fab...love your wishes and hope they all come true!

Your ABC flash cards are perfectly done, I can tell you put a lot of thought and time into them!

Happy Holidays,
:Dx
Denice
Amazing Eva~
You always nail it on your projects....
Awesome.....
wow wow wow!!! Your creativity is amazing! Love the card, so perfect for the holidays! and your card set is soooo cute!!! Love how you were able to put together the whole alphabet :) TFS! xo
Jamie said…
Love your projects! Your flashcards are amazing!

Jamie
http://jamiek711designs.blogspot.com/
Jas said…
Wow, love everything especially the flash cards! Good idea, tfs! Hugs, Jas
RiNNE said…
Eva, these are amazing projects! Love them both! The coloring is fantastic, girl! My favorite is the flashcards! Love love love them! You are so creative! I think it's wonderful how you only colored parts of it for that letter! HAhahah! Had to laugh at the Zebra as I used him too for this hop! So when your youngest is done with them, can my two little ones borrow? Hee hee hee! :)

Great hoppin' with ya!
Eva...you totally ROCKED this project!!! I love your card, the use of three stamps to creat the perfect little sentiment. But that card set...WOW! I'm really impressed. YOu are inspiring.

Smiles!
Gwen
Susan said…
awesome idea!!!
Lou Mac said…
You, girl.. are a GENIUS! First off.. the interpretation of the Peace, Love and Joy is just.. genius! Such a neat idea and it works SO well. Such a gorgeous holiday card.

Secondly, you are a total TGF addict, check out that collection! What a brilliant idea for some flash cards. That musta taken ages - but SO worth it!!

Thank you SO much for sharing. Brilliant. :) xo
Anonymous said…
Very very nice project!! Love the cards and the way they are framed. Also love the cards. So creative!
Cheryl said…
Super cute card and flash cards! Great ideas! Ha! That is a lot of stamps and you probably didn't even use half of them! Wow, you actually found something for each letter! Love the zebra!
Anonymous said…
Eva: You did a wonderful job!!! I love your card, but your abc flash cards are stunning. Very creative. Congratulations!!!
have a merry xmas!!!
Lisa said…
Fabby idea for the flash cards! YOur card is adorable!
Ack!!! Love that holiday card using the non holiday stamps and that alpha book is to die for.
Shelly said…
Great idea. Love them all!
Marsha said…
Your holiday card is too cute ;-)

Love the project you've made for your son ! These TGF stamps will help him for sure ;-)
It's official. You win the most TGF stamps! LOL! These projects are absolutely fabulous!!! Way to use non-traditional images to make Christmas cards! And those flashcards are fabulous!
Rachael said…
OMG these are AMAZING!!! Love how many TGF stamps you have and have used on the alphabet cards! Rachael :) xx
Anonymous said…
Your work is wonderful. I love the card and the alphabet flip cards.
faithnme said…
These are just "stunning"...You have outdone your self with these.. your cards are just gorgeous.. But those flash card.. What a great idea for my little one..

Great Job
Hugs
Tash and Jen said…
Wow!!! What an awesome idea!!! I loooove this!! Thanks for sharing. :-)
Lorraine said…
You always make such awesome, creative & detailed creations, Eva! I love these! You should be on the TGF DT - really!
Amy said…
Love all your creativity Eva! Your Christmas card rocks and the flash cards are too cute and such a great idea for little ones! Love it!
Kim Y. said…
Totally awesome idea!
Kellie said…
Wow you do have alot of stamps-totally jealous! I love how you used the three girls to make the card. Very creative!
grandmabonnie said…
Eva, you always do the most amazing things!
Anita said…
Wow! I love the alphabet cards! Great idea!
Oh my gosh but I LOVE that card! I love the photographed feel to it!! So cute!! And your flash cards!!?! What an ingenious idea! Thanks for sharing, these are truly awesome!
Chelsea said…
Your alphabets are super cute and what a fab idea!
Pixichick said…
Wow that is a fabulous project!
Rachel Parys said…
You blow me away with all of your fantastic ideas!! I don't know how you find the time, but you are constantly amazing me with new ideas everyday! Hope everyone had fun blog hopping, I was in the kitchen all day getting some much needed xmas baking done! There just aren't enough hours in the day to get caught up! Talk to you soon!!
Simply Sandy said…
wow what a great idea!
Sammi said…
Oh WOW WOW WOW!!! LOVE the top card it's perfect!! And those alphabet cards are awesome!! What a fabuous idea and beautifully executed!! :D
Sammi
xxx
Kim Ricketts said…
OMG!!! I love your card set! That was so creative!!! I love it!!

Kim
Love how you used non-Christmassy images for your holiday project. And the alphabet set is just awesome!!!!
Lola Azul said…
OMG!!. That's a lovely work. You've put together one of my favourite things: Abc books and TGF stamps. Beautiful!!. Congratulations!
tracey said…
Oh, WOW. What gorgeous creations Eva.TFS
kris said…
ok your holiday project is rockin' but i have to say that i LOVE your 'flashcards'!! super idea!!
Love Love Love your project!
Evamthis is amazing!
hugs
Doreen
Dena said…
I love your card, Eva! TOO CUTE and CLEVER!!! Love your alphabet project also. TFS!

Aloha,
Dena Jones
Jan Garber said…
Oh My! You definately get "mama of the year" award! These are so sweet! I taught kinder for years, and these are perfect!
Carisa said…
omg, eva!!!! This totally rocks - I adore your flash cards, I have GOT to bookmark this b/c it would be a great tool for my homeschooling. I love love love it!!!
kim.scrapper said…
What a fun and creative way for your children to learn their alphabets, tfs
Kim (kim.scrapper@yahoo.ca)
Leanne said…
Hi Eva!
Wow you are soooo awesome! Both cards and themes are super fun and festive. Love the flash cards you created. These are perfect for learing. Gr8 job! Your creations are always so amazing.
;)
Catherine said…
Absolutely ah-mazing! I don't even know where to begin. I love the "Anya Through The Ages" holiday style, and the flash card project is genius! YGG for tackling and finishing such a big project! TFS. Have a blessed Christmas.
~*Joni said…
Eva this is sheer genius! What a perfect way to showcase Anya stamps, flashcards are just perfect for kids of any age. heehee! Love this idea, the different colored areas of the stamps are brilliant. Thank you for the inspiration!
That is too cute, really adorably done :)
My Scrap Diary said…
Cool projects! I want those cards :)
Jess M
Sonia said…
Wow! Super Wow! Stuning Creation!... Great JOB!
Love it!

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