Saturday, November 5, 2011

Chinese Whispers Stampin' Up! Style

Hi!

Today I have a blog hop for you, but a bit of a different blog hop.  A couple of months ago I was chopping up some DSP for a share and let my mind wander as I chopped.  It wandered to Sarah Klass's blog where she had blogged about how a group of her friends had all created cards one after the other, each inspired by the card before them.  She called it "Chinese Whispers of the Stampin' Up! kind". 

So as my mind wandered I thought it sounded like a great idea and proposed a game of Chinese Whispers to a group of Stampin' Up! friends.  They were keen to get on board and so I began the "whisper".


I made this card, and then emailed a photo to Kathryn Mangelsdorf.  She then made a card based on mine and emailed her photo to the next person on the list, and so on.  Each person only saw the card before theirs.  When the "whisper" reached the last person on the list I was able to reveal all the cards.  It was amazing to see how the "whisper" evolved as it went around the circle, and we wanted to share the fun and gorgeousness we all created.  There are 15 cards to show you, so please join in and hop around the blogs to see how the "whisper" progressed.


Here are the other blogs on the hop.  I recommend that you do the hop in order so that you can follow the evolution of the "whisper".  Some blogs feature more than one card as not all of the ladies who participated have blogs.

Kathryn Mangelsdorf
Sue Madex
Christine Blain
Ros Davidson
Nikki Sadler
Kathryn Ruddick
Di Gill
Alisha Watson

Stamps: Just Believe, Curly Cute
Ink: Basic Black
DSP/Cardstock: First Edition Specialty, Very Vanilla, Basic Black
Other: Basic Black Satin Ribbon, Modern Label Punch, Basic Jewels Pearls, Sponge Dauber

Happy Hopping!  Now you're off to Kathryn Mangelsdorf's blog where you'll find both Kathryn's card and Christine Henderson's card.  Don't forget to leave comments along the way - we'd love to know what you think of our game and our cards!

Catch you later,

Tina

2 comments:

  1. I love the understated elegance of your card, Tina - it is just beautiful. Thanks for organising this fun 'event'; it was a blast being involved!

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  2. Thanks for organising this Tina, it was so much fun waiting with everyone to see how each card would progress.

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