Seasons Giving Blog Hop

Hi Everyone!!! *** Edited*** the Winners have been picked and they are Joan Kinnishtzke $25.00 Mirella Rogan $10.00 and Debra A. Lockhart $10.00 Thank You ALL for commenting and I hope you all have a very Happy New Year full of creativity and laughter. Good Health and what ever makes you happy! ❤

Happy New Year to You all!!! 🙂 Welcome to the 8th. Seasons Giving Blog Hop! Yay!!!! Ms. Latisha has been bringing this Fun Hop together for years now and it is greatly appreciated. It is a way for some of us bloggers to say Thank You to everyone that has stopped by our blogs this year! This Hop is huge with lots of inspiration and give-a-ways. Your stopping by and leaving some comments on our blogs through out the year is very much Appreciated. What a fun hop this is! ❤ Each blog will have a gift for someone that is picked from the comments on their blog. Be sure to read each post as we will all have info on the winners and dates to be picked. Those that have visited my blog before and left a comments I want to say Thank you! Those that are new, I’m so glad you are here! You truly make my day and Inspire me! ❤

Here are my top 12 cards from the year 2019. Looking forward to a lot of creativity in 2020. ❤

Top 12 2019

I am Gifting a couple of Gift Cards to Gina K. Designs as my way of saying thank you!

Details:

  • What are you looking forward to in 2020? Any card making goals? What is your favorite technique? Curious Minds want to know! LOL. Leave a comment so I know you were here!
  • Gift 1 – $25.00 Gift Card
  • Gift 2 and 3 is a – $10.00 Gift Cards.
  • 3 Random Winners will be picked from the comments on January 7th. 2020.
  • Winners will be posted here and on FaceBook on Karen’s Creative Designs Page.

I want to take a moment and Say “Thank You” all again for stopping by! ❤ I appreciate your time and you leaving a little love in the comments! I Hope You all have a Wonderful, Healthy, Joyful, Loving, & Happy New Year!

So many wonderful creators in this hop, Scroll Down to see who is Next up:

SeasonsGivingsYear8BlogList

Lawn Fawn

Scrapbook & Cards Today

MFT Stamps

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

Reverse Confetti

Paper Smooches

Sweet & Sassy Stamps

The Gray Muse

CAS-ual Friday Stamps

Sugar Pea Designs


Ink Blot Shop

Stamp Simply Store

Scrapbook Update

Indigojade Art

Kelly Creates

Cathy Zielske

Becca Feeken

Laurie Willison

Nichol Spohr

Latisha Yoast

Lydia Fiedler

Lori Craig

Chari Moss

Jenn Shurkus

Wanda Guess

Vera Yates

Audrey Tokach

Dina Kowal

Jessica Frost Ballas

Elise Constable

Dana Joy

Caly Person

Amy Tsuruta

Cindy Lawrence

Janette Kausen

Amy Rysavy

Debi Adams

Judy Hayes

Jill Hawkins

Marcie Sharp

Tracey McNeely

Lisa Henke

Beth Pingry

Margie Higuchi

Julee Tilman

Cheiron Brandon

Mona Toth

Karen Hightower < You are Here!

Karolyn Loncon < Up Next!!!! ❤

Caren Bartholomew

Dana Tatar

Connie Mercer

Yvonne Van Der Valk

Tracy McLennon

Debbie Seyer

Karen Boyce

Deborah Saaranen

Ceal Pritchett

Pocono Pam

Shellye McDaniel

Patti Gilliam

Happy New Year 2020!!!

193 thoughts on “Seasons Giving Blog Hop

  1. My favorite technique is ink blending, but I don’t do it nearly enough, so that is my crafty goal for 2020…MORE INK BLENDING!!! 😉

  2. Love the coneflower card! Hope you have a Happy New Year! I plan to incorporate the stencils I own into card making. I’m glad that stencils are now being included with card kits from several manufacturers.

  3. I’m looking forward to better health in 2020. My card making goals are to make and donate 100 cards to my local nursing home, and to try some new techniques. My favorite technique is die-cut inlay – the more intricate the better. Have a happy, healthy and prosperous 2020!

  4. I am looking forward to the birth of my sister’s babies …Twins!! I am hoping to grow my card stash this year as well. My favorite technique is ink blending.
    Happy New Year and Thank you!

  5. Happy New Year, Karen. I’m looking forward to being inspired by more of your wonderful cards. I would love to try more background techniques.

  6. I’m still really nuts about shaker cards! They are just so much fun to make and give. Thank you for the giveaways and Happy New Year!

  7. Happy New Year! I am looking forward to spending time with my granddaughters and also doing more crafting. I hope to be able to make my birthday cards a month in advance. I love making interactive cards.

  8. Wow, lovely cards! I hope to keep my craft room clean and organized (spent many hours this year getting it back to a lovely space including painting!) and of course crafting more! Thanks for the generous giveaway and here is to a prosperous 2020!

  9. Your cards are gorgeous – especially the floral ones – thanks for sharing. i will continue my card making – have been doing it for about 12 years now and still love it. I love to try new and different techniques! Thanks for a chance to win a great prize!

  10. This year I am looking forward to a trip to Japan, spending more time (hopefully) making cards, improving my Copic coloring skills, and trying out watercoloring.
    Happy New Year!

  11. Dear Karen
    A very happy new year to you and your family with blessings of Good health and happiness.
    My goals for 2020 I want to do bettewr in the jobs i do. I am a journalist and works on three jobs. go to see my Children ASAP.
    My crafting gols are pursue coloring. I fell in love with coloring after i joined the 30 day Coloring challenge with Kathy Racoosin. I learn from all of you. I have water color pencils but sharpening them is really hard and i want to buy another set. Still not sure so i am stalling it till i go to my daughetr in NZ. I want to buy a really a good set.
    Once i go to my daughters i will have a separate crafty space so i will plan and design a cosy place filled with all the handmade stuff. I want to spend the minimum and achieve the maximum. Oh the thought of it makes my heart flutter.
    with loads of love and gratitude

  12. Happy New Year! I am looking forward to falling in love with my craft desk again and making time for myself. My favorite technique is probably coloring with alcohol markers.

  13. Your art is amazing and SO inspiring, Karen. Thanks for sharing your talents.
    My creative goal for 2020 is learning to take better photos of my cards.
    I look forward to visiting you again soon and being inspired by your art. Thanks for sharing and for taking part in this generous event.
    Blessings,
    Karen Letchworth

  14. I’m in the process of learning a lot of new techniques I have been working on layering, water coloring, masking, and using Copics. I’m not sure of my favorite technique yet, but I love to color.

  15. Oh what a beautiful collection of cards for 2019! I’m looking forward to getting more organized and find more time for crafting. Best wishes for a fabulous 2020!

  16. I’m looking forward to improving my water coloring. And my favorite technique is heat embossing. Thank you for the inspiration and generosity. Happy New Year!

  17. I am looking forward to a couple trips I have coming up in 2020. My favorite technique is layering if that is one. I also love using copic markers.

  18. You do lovely work thank you for sharing! I look forward to completing all my Christmas cards before Christmas this year!

  19. You do lovely work Karen! Thank you for sharing it with us. I’m looking forward to completing all of my Christmas cards before Christmas this year!

  20. Happy New Year! I am looking forward to scrapbooking all the amazing events from 2019 and using stamping techniques on those pages for an unique look. Love your wonderful cards. Looking forward to seeing all of your creative ideas in 2020!

  21. I am hoping to be healthier and happier for 2020! 2019 was a whole lot of stress to be honest ;( I love watercoloring and using distress inks, masking, one layer cards, etc. are my fave so looking forward to being inspired by all you wonderful bloggers and You Tubers 😉 Thanks for the chance to win!!

  22. Wow your work is so pretty. My crafty goals this year is to stock up on some harder to make cards like masculine cards and sympathy cards. Happy New year!

  23. Other life responsibilities have gotten in the way of creating, so my goals this year is to create more. Spend more time doing the things I love to do. Thanks for the chance. Happy New Year!!

  24. My cardmaking goal for 2020 is to stay ahead of the game with a stash of handmade cards at the ready. I have having to rush to make a card at the last minute (although sometimes that is when I am most creative!).

  25. I’m looking forward to spending more time crafting this year, and to improve my coloring and blending skills. I was also interested in “seeing” you, as I worked with a Karen Hightower, but you’re not one and the same!! I do like Gina K designs and receive her newsletter…
    Happy New Year!

  26. Alcohol ink is my favorite medium to work with, and I’m looking forward to becoming much more adept with this medium. Thanks so much for offering those marvelous prizes.

  27. Happy New Year and thank you for the generous giveaway!!! I am looking forward to using the supplies I have and NOT ordering anything else. I have so much that some of it I have never touched and I am not one that gives things away that easily. (I will need it then and I have had to re-buy things!!!)

  28. Card making goals this year is to actually mail them. I’m starting to accumulate quite a stash and they need to be shared!

  29. Your cards are so insanely stunning! My only crafting goal is to try and get back into my craftig room more. My favorite technique is Copic coloring!

  30. Lovely coloring on
    all your cards! I am
    creating a new craft
    room in our new house.
    Looking good so far.
    Carla from Utah

  31. I’m looking forward to another year of cardmaking plus we are buying a fifth wheel this year. Yay!! Can’t wait to start camping!!

  32. Happy New Year!! I plan on getting things ACCOMPLISHED this year!! I want to do more cards and work on my scrapbooks. I would like to try Copic markers .. I haven’t tried those yet and even more watercolors on my cards Ü

  33. I like your top cards. I want to use up some paper pads to make cards for our church card ministry.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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