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Thursday, 23 February, 2017

Art With Heart Kids Party Blog Hop

 Hi and welcome to  the February Art With Heart Kids Party Blog Hop. blog.    Today I’m excited to bring you a blog hop with some of the awesome ladies in the Art with Heart Stampin’ Up! Team and today we focus on the kids in our lives, from birthday cards to party ideas.  Sale-a-bration continues and this week we have three new additional items you can earn  for free with a $90 order – ask me how!
 
You may have 'hopped' your way to my blog from my talented friend Alisha Watson, or you may be starting with me, but wherever you have joined, go grab a cuppa and take some time out to keep hopping and check out all the other talented ladies blogs.   Along with the rest of the ladies participating, I hope we inspire you to get get creative and get inky fingers.  
 
Today I have chosen to show case the ‘Everyday Hero’ photoploymer stamp set as it is so much fun.    Have you ever wanted to be a Super Hero?   I know I have and I know most kids do, so I thought it would be perfect for this blog hop.   When my second son was around 3 he had his very own superman suit.  He loved it so much, that he literally wore out the seat of his pants.   It was so funny when his cape flew up and we caught site of his holey pants – as often he forgot to put his undies on!! lol  

I have gone with 'girl power' and used the female super hero for this card.  I love the bright colours that help to make this card really pop.   I thought the cloud from the Up & Away Thinlits Dies was perfect to stamp the Happy Birthday sentiment into.  
 


To put the party into this Blog Hop I have made a few items that were very easy to put together and I'm sure any child would love to have at their 'Super Hero' birthday party.   Not wanting to encourage too much sugar, but you do have to have a few sweet things.  Right?  Here is a cute lolly gift bag to give to the guests.  Stampin' Up! cellophane bags are perfect to use for this project. I have used some Designer Series Paper (DSP) to make an insert for the lolly bag and the triple banner punch and Stitched Shapes Framelits to make the tag.



No party is a real party without cup cakes, so I baked up a batch so that I could show you my next project.   Cup cake toppers!   You just need to stamp your images, colour them in, fussy cut them, punch out some cirles of DSP, grab a few toothpicks from the pantry and put them together. How cute do they look?


 
Lastly, I decided to tone things down a bit, to show you a totally different and softer look.  I have paper pieced my super girl's outfit by using some DSP, added some glitter with the balloons, a few sequins and of course let's not forget a little 'Wink of Stella" on the cape and eye mask for that extra sparkle! 
 
 
 
I have thoroughly enjoyed bringing the "Everyday Hero" stamp set to you today and I hope you have enjoyed my projects.   To view some more gorgeous projects, click on the link below to visit the lovely Kate Morgan's blog.



 If you find a broken link or have come to this blog hop from a different entry point, you can view the participants below:
 
1. Rachel Palmieri
2. Tina Gillespie
3. Ros Davidson
4. Rebecca Jacovou
5. Claire Daly
6. Catherine Proctor
7. Alisha Watson
8. Kim Dallinger
9. Kate Morgan 
10. 
Rachel Woollard
11. Monika O'Neill
12. Tania Johnson

Thanks for stopping by and hope to see you next time. 

Kimmie

 

Comments:

Love the girl power and matching party goodies.

Posted by Ros Davidson on 23 February, 2017 at 06:08 PM #

Love the Everyday Hero stamp set and you've made it look so colourful and fun. Great idea for the cake toppers.

Posted by Tania Johnson on 23 February, 2017 at 06:28 PM #

Super Super Cute Kim, I love them

Posted by Alisha Watson on 23 February, 2017 at 07:20 PM #

What great projects with this set. Love them. They really pop.

Posted by Sue Madex on 24 February, 2017 at 09:25 AM #

What a beautiful range of party ideas!

Posted by Catherine Proctor on 27 February, 2017 at 01:33 PM #

Aww, these are fabulous! Everyday Hero was the first set I purchased from the catalogue - big super hero nerds in my family.

Posted by Tina GIllespie on 28 February, 2017 at 09:17 AM #

Love the cake toppers especially and how you have created a feminine card incorporating the balloons!

Posted by Kate Morgan on 4 March, 2017 at 11:24 AM #

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