Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Club Scrap Navigation Blog Hop


Welcome to the last Club Scrap Blog Hop of 2015!
If you arrived from Marya's Blog, you are in the right place.
If you have lost your way, you can return to the Club Scrap Blog HERE and start from the beginning. 

December has been quite busy for me with preparing for the Holidays, the kids and work. Finding me time has been quite the challenge. Last week we traveled to New Jersey to spend Christmas with my family. As always I carried my scrapping supplies and the Navigation kit to try to complete my blog hop project. Wishful thinking! We had a wonderful time with the family but no scrapping happened.

Since I did not have much time for a project I decided to pull out my Navigation Greetings to Go. I have four family member's Birthdays in January and I thought I would try to get ahead with cards.

The greatest thing about the Greetings to Go is you receive a dozen cards with panels and envelopes. Pages of cut aparts with sentiments for different occasions and embellishments to finish off your cards. Club Scrap provides instructions for completing each card if you want a quick and easy way to have beautiful homemade cards, or you can just do your own thing if you need to get your creative juices flowing.

My cards are a hybrid of both options. Due to time constraints I chose a simple more streamline method for creating my cards and I only used what was included in my GTG. I used the Club Scrap instructions for ideas but changed most of the cards to some degree.

 If you haven't experienced the Club Scrap Greetings to Go you should absolutely give them a try.
What a great way to stock up on cards for every occasion and no having to run out last minute for a card!

Thanks for stopping by today. I am the last stop on the hop but you can return to Club Scrap HERE.

I hope you have a Happy New Year and the most AMAZING 2016!

Please leave some love and you will have another chance to win my holiday Club Scrap goody box.
I will be announcing the winner right here on New Year's Eve.


Anne Marie


Hetty said...

A set of beautiful cards, Anne Marie.
Wishing you and yours a wonderful happy and creative New Year!

Annette said...

Very elegant and simple. Thank you for sharing. Happy new year.

Josette Trunnell said...

Beautiful set of cards. Nice to see you can still create when life is busy busy.
Thank you for sharing

Donna Coughlin said...

Happy New Year to you! These cards are great for the special man in your life, good job!

Julie said...

Beautiful birthday cards Anne Marie. I too can relate to the large number of birthdays next month!
Love them all, great work!

Lisa D said...

Have a wonderful, crafty New Year Anne Marie! Thanks for sharing your talent with us throughout the year!

Karen Wyngaard said...

Yes, I definitely love the Greetings to Go! Seems like I always start off following the directions, then my creative mojo kicks in, and by the time I'm done, I have original cards! Woot!

Kay Williamson said...

Well I know you'll be all prepared for all of next months birthdays! Nice projects, I just love the Navigation art style and like how you've featured it here. Wishing you and your family a wonderful Happy New Year!

Carolyn said...

Great cards!! Love the GTG!

Ink Stained Roni said...

Lovely cards - each one so different and I'm sure each will be loved by the respective recipients.

Donna Nuce said...

Beautiful cards Anne Marie! The greetings to go really work well for quick cards! Have a Happy New Year!

Tricia Morris said...

I'm glad the Greetings to Go could come to the crafting rescue! Love your versions of the cards!

Debby H said...

I love your take on the cards. I'm really love using the GTG for quick cards like these.

Debra Charlesworth said...

The GTG sets are amazing! You did a great job highlighting how great they are.

rettaescape said...

Love GTG....beautiful cards!

Sheila said...

Super cards..very unique!

Lilian YF said...

Beautiful cards!!!
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