Monday, December 28, 2015

RG Noteworthy Blog Hop

Happy Monday, all! =) In this week's blog hop the RG team is featuring a new collection called Noteworthy. Richard gave these classic vintage elements a modern spin and created an awesome collection!


I think I have said this before, but really, Richard's hand lettered sentiments are to die for! =)


After embossing one of them with gold glitter embossing powder, I stamped the rest with Fun Stampers Journey's River Stone ink. I used both first and second generation inking to the get variation of colors.


The Noteworthy patterned paper is also from this new collection. I finished the card with a few pieces of Japanese washi tapes and embellishments from my stash.


The Noteworthy collection is a great for connecting with family and friends. I think this is a collection that is perfect for some masculine as well as chic projects! =) You can enter to win the above pictured Noteworthy stamps/dies, Washi Tape Stickers and paper pack by completing the following steps:
  1. Follow TeamRichardGaray on Instagram.
  2. Leave a comment on the blog hop post on the RG Blog.
  3. Leave a comment on designer's blog posts by clicking on the links below.
You will have up to 9 chances each day to win Monday - Friday! **Not all steps are required to win. Winner from this week will be announced on Saturday, January 2nd on the RG Blog. Grand Prize winner will be chosen from ALL comments at the end of the four weeks. Prizes will be shipped following CHA.

And the Grand Prize?


It's this exclusive RG messenger bag with floral print inside to match one of the new RG collections AND  the winner will also receive ALL four prize packages from each of the four weeks of giveaways!

Alice Wertz -----> It's me! =)

Have fun hopping and good luck! =)

Thanks for stopping by!


supplies:
cardstock: (white) Papertrey Ink
clear stamp: (Noteworthy) RG by Ricahrd Garay
patterned paper: (Noteworthy Paper pack) RG by Richard Garay
watermark ink: Tsukineko
archival ink: (River Stone) Fun Stampers Journey
embossing powder: (WOW! Metallic Gold Sparkle embossing powder) American Crafts
fiber: (black hemp cord) Hemptique
accents: (Bright Copper Kettle gold sequins) Lucy's Little Things, (black sequin), (mini clothespin) Canvas Corp.
stickers: (grey stripes, gold/black/grey pattern Japanese washi tapes) mt Kamoi
other: (foam tape) 3M
card size: 3 5/8" x 5 3/8"

45 comments:

Bad Kitty said...

your card is wonderful!
Bad Kitty's Craftroom
>^.^<

Sabrina said...

What a great card!!! Perfect for cheering anyone up!!

Linda Gorman said...

Great card! Love the new products!

Carol Hirsch said...

Beautiful card, love it.

D.Ann C said...

Oh, that generation stamping around the embossed sentiment is FAB!

Amy C. said...

Super-cute card design! Love this new collection!

Tenia Nelson said...

This totally ROCKS!!!

Mary Holshouser said...

Love how you made the background paper.
The one sentiment in gold really pops.
thanks for sharing a great card.

StampingbugKerry said...

Beautiful card! Love the "stacked" look of the papers in your layout and the little clip is the perfect coordinating embellishment. :) Can't wait to get some of this collection for my exclusive FSJ/Webster's Pages Journey Days Planner. It's the perfect fit! Kerry Urbatch, FSJ Coach #401

Angelartistok said...

A fun card for encouragement!

StampinCarol said...

Cool card! The gold embossing really pops!

Doudou said...

Beautiful card!!! Love the design

Helen Gullett said...

Your card is awesome!! Love the gold embossing and your design too

Janet Mack said...

That is a fun font. Wish I could write like that instead of my chicken scratch.

Kathy Schweinfurth said...

What a perfect CAS designed card! The new papers are really beautiful!

Deborah Daniels said...

Love this card! Perfect note of encouragement.

ruby de la rosa said...

Lov3 the sentimements!

ruby de la rosa said...

Lov3 the sentimements!

Anne Harada said...

Brilliant way to use the sentiment stamp!

ruby de la rosa said...

And Richard has done it again!

Mary Kay Williams said...

Love this card!!

Char Leasor said...

Great card. Love the background and the gold embossing!!!

Rose Curtis said...

love your card, the washi tape and the gold embossing... stunning!

Jill Walker said...

Beautiful

lightmyselfonfire said...

So beautiful. I love your design!!!

Barbara Greve said...

This collection is so neat and I love what you did with it!

Vicki Sopcak said...

Your cards are going to make the recipients very happy

jan metcalf said...

Looks like a great release, classy cards!

Rannah Romps said...

Love your artwork!

Sandy McAllister said...

Cool card Love the fun attitude

Melody said...

Wonderful card. I am looking forward to getting to know TeamRichardGaray on social media.

BobbisTreasure said...

Love how you stamped the sentiment so many different ways!

Foodista88 said...

That card is awesome! Love the layering!

Neva Cole said...

What a fun give away, amazing products!

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Wonderful card. Really love how you used the stamps. TFS

Dana & Glen said...

Fabulous card Alice, love your layering!

Christine Canfield said...

loving this color combo!

Jana Gutsch said...

Love

Rosemary Roca said...

Love the card!

Paperinkle.com said...

The gold glitter embossing powder it over the top! Love your designs!

boomer said...

Very creative...very adorable. I need to make this for my granddaughter!!

Teresa Doyle said...

Alice, I love how you used the verse for the background in different colours then gold embossed it. A great reminder. Beautiful card!

Sue D said...

Awesome--love the gold embossing.

E Michaels said...

Each and every one of you on Richards team are so talented and creative! I am so please to have found my way to your sites and treasures you share. Thank you so much, I look forward to following you into the future! God bless you...

Carrie Sheridan said...

I'm moving backwards on this 4-week blog hop since I only just discovered RG's stuff at the Season's Givings Blog hop, but I'm loving his stuff! Your card is fabulous!

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