July 10, 2017

Chasing Rainbows Blog hop

Hello there

We are chasing Rainbows this July and the blog hop starts on 10 July  and will close on 20 July. That’s TEN full days of catching rainbows across our blogs! 
Each lady will design and showcase their card along with a quick tutorial on the making of their masterpiece. Some blogs will offer a surprise crafty gift too! This blog hop is going to be full of surprises and oh so much fun!

Here’s what you need to do, visit all blogs, click follow and leave a comment then go back to Sharen's blog and tell her what you loved about each blog and you could win load of craft treats! 
Since this is not a sponsored Blog Hop,  the ladies will be using products from a range of suppliers, join in the fun and learn new techniques while making new friends! 

I am number 8 on the hop and you should have arrived here via Valerie, if you haven't, then, please go back to The Girl with the Tape Runner to get to the start of the blog hop.

I am still battling with a broken wrist so rustled up a very quick card using the Bo Bunny
Lemonade Stand range.  This is a tri-fold card with a bit of a twist.

How I made this card - 
Cut Double sided card stock cut 20cm x 30cm
Mark and score at 10 and 20 cm 
Fold the card stock over.
Decorate with Butterflies and add a journal card

Now pop on over to Marie Smith and complete the blog hop 
Please leave me a comment and one lucky lady will receive a loaded Pocket letter from me.

'til next time
have a craftylicious week


PS here is the full list of blog stops

1  The Girl with a Tape Runner https://thegirlwithataperunner.wordpress.com/
2   Helen Duffett http://firenzecards.blogspot.co.za/    
4     Margaret Kieser http://digistamps4joy-sa.blogspot.com/  
5     Ansu Badenhorst http://theivytreestudio.blogspot.co.za     
7    Valerie Ann Thorpe http://valbellesramblings.blogspot.co.za/


Marika said...


What a gorgeous card. Need to attempt to make the fold, thanks for the inspiration.


Ursula Uphof said...

Wilna, I love your card with the twist and the bright colours. Thanks for sharing the details. Hugs, Ursula

Sharr said...

Wilna you took card making to a whole new level!
Thank you for sharing your card.
It's beautiful.

Nishi Harry said...

So so beautiful. I love the burst of colors. You did a great job here.

Desire Fourie said...

Wilna this is such a fun, cheerful and bright take on the rainbow theme. Love the fun card fold and all the pretty details.
{Doing Life – my personal blog}

Margy (DS4J) said...

Fabulous card and great tutorial.
Margy from Digistamps4Joy

Edwina said...

So beautiful! I love your card. Bo Bunny has some beautiful items. How you put it all together is wonderful. Edwina Brown

shamela said...

You did that with a Birkenhead wrist! Wow...that is awesome, definitely on my to try list! Feel better soon hugz

Carol Burger said...

Oh wow....i have always wanted to make one of these cards....thank you for the tutorial....definitely going to try it!! Love all your embellishments and that paper....I am crazy about dots!! STUNNING!!

Lynn's Craft said...

Wow, amazing and that with a sore wrist as well! Stunning!

Sharon said...

That's a unique style of card. Love all the bright colours. Thanks for sharing.

Olga Fink said...

oh wow this is gorgeous! and a great tutorial! Thank you for the inspiration!
xoxo olga

Charlie Moneron said...

Well done Wilna and strongs with your wrist.

Valerie Thorpe said...

FABULOUS! AND with a broken wrist. I will stop complaining right now... this is beautiful Wilna. Love it.

Michelle Patricia Anders said...

You did a great job Wilma with wrist and all. Take care and don't over do it!!! Thanks for the technique as well.

Cara Malmrose said...

Oh Wow ... now I need to go rifle through my double sided cardstock to see what I have that will work with this fold! Wonderful card.
Thanks for sharing!
(Hugs) Cara
My Creative Chaos {My Personal Blog}

Firenze said...

Such a bright 'n happy card! Well done, esp. with that wrist.
Helen -- Firenze Cards

Angela B said...

Totally loving that card fold! Super fun!

Jen Leeflang said...

Oh my gosh, what a lovely card (AND you made it with a broken wrist!) Thanks for sharing - and get well soon!

Mari said...

Hi, what a great inspirational card. I really still want to try the card fold, thanx for the share. Hope your wrist heals quickly!

Barbarann said...

Love how you fold the card! Striking colours, beautiful!