Friday, March 8, 2019

Scrap N' Stamp PUN Card Blog Hop: You're One and A Chameleon

Hi Crafty Friends!

I am SOOOO EXCITED to be a Guest Designer for Scrap N' Stamp's Pun Card Blog Hop! I made two cards for the hop because I LOVE Puns! I hope you enjoy them both. For my both cards, I used the DARLING Lawn Fawn One In A Chameleon Stamp Set. After you answer my make Crafty Friends Q & A, learn about how I made my card! Click HERE to go to my Second Card!
Make Crafty Friends Q & A:
Q: What is your favorite "dad" joke? I think dad jokes are very similar to corny puns ;)
A: Me? Want to hear a joke about paper? Nevermind it's tearable

I started by stamping the rainbow from Concord & 9th Rainbow Wishes Stamp Set. I used colors from the Tim Holtz Distress Archival Mini Ink Pads #1 and Tim Holtz Distress Archival Mini Ink Pads #2 then I stamped the clouds in black and the "patterns" on the yellow and blue part of the rainbow.

Next I fussy cut out all the layers. I used a 4 x 5.25 piece of white cardstock blending Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink to create the light blue background. I splattered it with Mermaid Lagoon Distress Oxide Ink mixed with water.

I add some die cut clouds with inked edges and of course the CUTE little Lawn Fawn Chameleon and sentiment from the Lawn Fawn One In a Chameleon Stamp set. I finished it off with Ranger Glossy Accents on the hearts, non-patterned rainbow bands, and the little Chameleon's colored back pattern.

Supplies:
Lawn Fawn One In a Chameleon Stamp set
Concord & 9th Rainbow Wishes Stamp Set
Tim Holtz Distress Archival Mini Ink Pads #1
Tim Holtz Distress Archival Mini Ink Pads #2 
Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink
Mermaid Lagoon Distress Oxide Ink
Ranger Glossy Accents

Thank you so much for checking out my FIRST PUN Card for the Scrap N' Stamp Blog Hop. PLEASE Click here and Check out my SECOND PUN CARD. Take a moment to follow my blog so you can answer all the Make Crafty Friends Q & As and follow me on Instagram here!
Next on the Hop is Nancy F.... if you get lost you can see the entire line up here at the beginning on the Scrap N Stamp Blog.

Challenges:
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Create A Scene 
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Whatever the Weather
Love to Scrap Challenge #119 Anything Goes
WordArt Wednesday Week #376-377
Time Out Challenge #130 Unique
CCC Digi Creations #101: For the Girls
Love to Scrap 6th Birthday and Blog Hop Challenge
Creative Craft Cottage #116: Spring Fever
Kat Scrappiness March Challenge Rainbows
Hero Arts National Craft Month Challenge Week 1: Favorite Medium (Distress Inks)
 

38 comments:

  1. First, I loved your 'dad' joke, Meghan! Your chameleon card is adorable - I love all of the colours & textures. So glad that you're guesting on our hop this month!

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  2. Such good fun Meghan, with such a good pun!

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  3. This is adorable Meghan! My husband and I are cracking up over that paper joke. So glad you could join us this month.

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    1. Hehehe! Glad you liked it! Check out my second pun post... forgot to link it when the hop started

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  4. Ohh! Love the bright Spring colours! Awesome!

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  5. Love the card Meghan! This little chameleon is one of my favourite Lawn Fawn stamp sets. I also love me some good corny puns and Dad Jokes. I am the one in my family who tells them. Here is this week's favourite: ~ My friend keeps saying "cheer up man it could be worse, you could be stuck underground in a hole full of water." I know he means well.

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    1. YYAAASSSSS! That is awesome! Love it! Thanks Chala!

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  7. I love the bright colours!!

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    1. Thanks Nancy! All my cards are Bright COLORS! I love the rainbow!

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  8. Talk about a WOW factor - love the bright colours and especially that cute lil lizard. PUNS are such a great way to invoke humour. . . love it!

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  9. Very fun card! I love the rainbow and the chameleon!
    A cute story about a Dad joke.... My Dad used to ask, "Do you know what I heard?" and then he'd answer, "Sheep!" It always made us laugh! Still my favorite Dad joke to this day!

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    1. Thank you for sharing! I LOVE your dad joke! Dads are the BEST!

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  10. Love you punny card. You second card is a hoot.

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  11. Love your card, so cute, and the joke. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Such a fun and
    Lovely card!
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    cheese that isn't
    yours? Nacho Cheese.
    Carlafrom is

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  13. Funny joke...will have to share that one.fabulous cameleon card.

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    1. Thank you Mary Anne!! Share away! It' a perfect crafters dad joke

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  14. Such a fun and punny card, and so perfect for our challenge at Time Out! Thanks so much for playing with us!

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  15. The bright colors are great, what a change from dreary winter.

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  16. I love so much your interpretation of our Weather Challenge! love love love your rainbow and chameleon is totally cute! Thanks for joining us this week on Simon says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog! barbara

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  17. Lovely card, I really like how you did the rainbow!

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  18. So Bright and Beautiful, Thanks for playing along with us at CCC Digi Creations this month. Lisa DT

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  19. What a fun and very colorful card! Just like a chameleon is so colorful too! My favorite dad joke? I don't really know any? But I love your paper one! LOL!!

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  20. Such a fun card! I love the bright, cheerful colors!

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  21. Love the bright colors of this fun card!

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  22. Love the background on this card with all the bright colours!

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  23. Thanks for sharing your gorgeous project with us in the Love To Scrap Challenge Blog's March "Anything Goes" challenge and we hope to see you again next month!
    Hugs,
    Leslie, LTSCB DT
    Love To Scrap 2

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