Saturday, February 1, 2020

It's A Girl Thing Blog Hop


Hello Blogging Friends!!


Turner Syndrome is a genetic disorder where a female is born with only one X chromosome, instead of two, leaving her with life-long medical issues and learning disabilities. This condition occurs one in 2,500 female births worldwide, but is more common among pregnancies that do not survive to full term. That is why Turner Syndrome Females are considered MIRACLES!
Prize Winners will be announced on February 15, 2020.

Thirty-six caring Sponsors and nine DT Members are offering prizes to commenters and they are helping bring Turner Syndrome Awareness to the Public. For details on how you might win any of these fabulous prizes, please see Lori's TS home page. Thanks for learning About Turner Syndrome



Nine designers are offering prizes on their personal blogs as well:


My TS related project is inspired by the TSA official color board:



Make sure now to visit the "It's A Girl Thing" Turner Syndrome Awareness Blog Hop 2020  page to become eligible for prizes.

BLOG LINK for the HOP


I created three cards for the hop.
The first one using some digitals supplied by Donna Ellis.
I printed the sentiment, then die cut it out,
added a die cut flower...pretty simple but effective I think.




For the second and third cards
I used digitals created by Jan Mahew.
I am still in the learning process of 
working with digitals and combining them
so don't judge LOL!


Card #3


I think all in all they turned out pretty well.

I have TWO prizes to give away but due to the size and weight of these I can ship to the USA only.....
also these are edge dies and they are pretty BIG
but great for a scrapbook page.
Just leave a comment below and tell me 
where you are from.

Prize #1


Prize #2



Thank you for visiting and enjoy the hop
(link is above in BIG print so you can't miss it)!!

69 comments:

Lori Kobular said...

Diane all 3 of your cards are amazing! I love how you die cut that wonderful sentiment on your first card and your other two that you made with Jan's TS digi stamp set turned out so lovely! Thank you for joining me again this year for the blog hop! I am so lucky to know so many beautiful, talented and caring women!! Girl Power!!

Crafting Queen said...

Very elegant cards.

Sheryl said...

All three cards are simply stunning!
hugs Sheryl xx

Bunny said...

Beautiful cards. I am from Florida. [Bunny]

Bunny said...

Lovely cards. I am from Florida. [Bunny]

KT Fit Kitty said...

Your cards are gorgeous - I'd say you did great with the digitals, no worries at all! I just learned about Turner Syndrome today - I heard of it before but didn't know what it was. Thanks for helping to educate us about this disease. I'm in Canada but I will provide a U.S. friend's name and address if I were lucky enough to win. Thanks!

Lori m said...

Beautiful, beautiful cards and such a worthy cause, thanks to all on this DT more and more folks have knowledge of TS, hugs, Lori m

Birgit said...

All three of your cards are wonderful Diane and you've used the digital images perfectly!! I am enjoying this blog hop and am getting quite an education on Turner Syndrome which was new to me just today. Thanks for sharing your creativity and helping to spread the word. Oh, I live in the US. Thanks for the chance to win. ;0)

Christine said...

Lovely cards! I really like the inked and embossed background of card 3! Thank you for sharing your time for this worthy cause. Sending hugs from Texas.

Maria said...

Gorgeous trio of cards, Diane! Each one is so unique and beautiful!

Darlene said...

WOW! Your cards are just GORGEOUS and so inspiring! Awesome prizes you are offering too ... very generous!

Brenda in IN said...

I think you did a great job with digi's. Your cards are beautiful and the sentiment about happiness being the key to inner beauty is so true. That butterfly embossing folder is gorgeous.

Maria Pilar said...

Very elegants cards. Love them!

Brenda in IN said...

I forgot, I am in Indiana.

jimlynn said...

All of your cards are so pretty. Love them!
Lynn

Donna Ellis said...

Wow! Diane, you have created lovely cards that would make anyone feel cared for, and loved. That pretty blue color in your third card is especially striking! Thank you so much for participating in the TSA blog hop and helping your followers become knowledgeable about this condition.
Smiles and Crafty Hugs,
Donna Ellis
{Creative Smiles - my little crafting world}

Subhashini said...

These are absolutely gorgeous cards, thanks for the inspiration. I'm from India

SiskiyouSue said...

Beautiful cards! I'm from Montana.

Lagene said...

Thank you so much for participating in this hop to help spread the word for AWARENESS of Turner's Syndrome! GORGEOUS creations, I especially love The gorgeous pink card with the embossed butterfly background and white oval sentiment panel!

Leslie Miller said...

Fabulous prizes and beautiful cards, Diane! Digis are a whole other world that don't always get their fair due. You've done great with them here!

* Shell B.* said...

Fabulous cards beautiful details!!
Great way to make the Awareness for Turner Syndrome be known! Thanks for sharing!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Wonderful card designs and all so very gorgeous! I love the messages conveyed on each as well.

Chandhini said...

Love all your cards, your second card is my favourite because of the beautiful dry embossed background with lovely colors.
I am from India.

*Vicki* said...

Wow Diane! All of your creations are absolutely amazing and soft and pretty!! I love Your take on each different sentiment and image! I honestly love them all!! HUGS

Creaine said...

Wow .... thanks so much for helping spread the word about Turner Syndrome!
bye Ine

Vicki said...

Wow, your cards are fantabulous, Diane! I love every sentiment. I've learned so much about this genetic disorder while blog hopping. I have to be honest and say that I know some of the symptoms and traits, but certainly not all of them. There are so many. TFS!

Fikreta said...

these are gorgeous cards!

Becca Yahrling said...

These are all so pretty! I love the ombre inking of the 2nd card, so lovely! And as someone who struggles with digi's (& therefore, I don't use them much at all), I applaud you!!! ;-)

Becca Yahrling said...

And I forgot to say I am from Florida! :-)

Anne Temple said...

These are all gorgeous Diane! You did a great job combining the various digi elements on your cards too! :-)

Jean said...

whats to judge your cards are awesome xx

Jan Mahew said...

Diane, Beautifully composed and executed perfectly! Your cards are fantastic! I so enjoy seeing the creativity out there... Thank you for helping spread the word for such a worthy cause. With research and knowledge we can only hope that they can find a way to detect earlier and correct.
Hugs,
Jan

Dee Earnshaw said...

your cards are beautiful - the sentiments are perfect:)

Berni Cuttino said...

Your cards are simply gorgeous. Thank you for your love of creativity to make people aware of TS
Many hugs

Dana M said...

Oh what lovely cards! I love your delicate designs.

Dana M said...

Sorry, I forgot to include that I'm from Minnesota.

MadeByMeghanK said...

Such beautiful creations! I LOVE your added sequin accents! I'm from Chicago, IL!

Macimbalo said...

Beautiful cards and so sweet of you to join in this awareness campaign.

Connie said...

Wow Diane :) Thanks for informing others about Turner Syndrome!!! Your cards are delightful! Thanks for the inspiration too :)

Denise Bryant said...

Beautiful cards! Pretty layering and sentiments on each one, and lovely images! I am in California.
Thanks for sharing the information on TS.

Karenladd said...

Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful cards. I have only begun to work with digital images as well so I know about there being a learning curve. Your results are gorgeous however, and wonderfully uplifting. Thanks for your giveaway..I am in Northern California.

Shona Erlenborn said...

Three beautiful cards, Diane and I think you did an amazing job with the digi's - you know how I struggle with them! So delicate and feminine - perfect for the Turner Syndrome awareness!

scrAPpamondo said...

Fabulous cards! I'm from Italy, so don't count me for the prizes, but thanks for spreading the world about TS!

Waverunner said...

I think the cards came out very well!
I would like to pass on the prize. I just wanted to say thank you for sharing today. :)

Becky said...

Greetings from Florida. Beautiful cards. I think you are doing very well with digitals.

Michele K. Henderson said...

Diane, all three of your cards are beautiful! I love the color palette and the messages of kindness and hope! Thanks so much for being a part of all of this!
Take care!
Michele Henderson
crimsonowl@comcast.net

Julie Odil said...

Diane, your cards are beautiful!

SHartl said...

Your cards are so pretty and professional looking, wow! I really love the first one with the sentiment as focal point and that beautiful die cut label. I am in the US, and have learned a lot on the hop about Turner Syndrome.

Sue D said...

Very pretty cards using digitals. I do not have much experience with these. I am from Ohio.
slrdowney at hotmail dot com

MiamiKel said...

Very pretty cards! They are so lovely and such a beautiful message!

Helen said...

Beautiful cards and amazing sentiments.

Helen x

Ros Crawford said...

They are all absolutely gorgeous Diane... I love them! Hope you are staying warm... It's bright but cold here and my cats are really fed up with the wind!

sharon g said...

I especially like your backgrounds. They really make the cards SHINE

Anushree Vaish said...

Very elegant cards...and thanks for spreading love and awareness!!

Hummingbird said...

I love your cards, they are gorgeous!

Patti J said...

Your cards are gorgeous!!! Thank you so much for sharing them with us, and for taking part in this wonderful blog hop to raise awareness for Turner Syndrome! Hugs...!

Heather said...

These are all so beautiful! Love the shape of your sentiment panel on the first and the gorgeous image on the third! Visiting your blog from southern Rhode Island.

Nadine Carlier said...

Such beautiful clean and simple cards, I love them! Thank you for sharing them with us.
Nadine - My Scrap n' Stuff

Conny said...

Smile and Laugher goes a long way.
Victor Borges motto was: The shortes distance between people are a smile! Have a blessed day.

TracyM #6773 said...

BEAUTIFUL cards!
LOVE the designs, ADORE the sentiments and LOVE how you were INSPIRED!
I hopped along last year. There are so many aspects to this genetic disorder that it is almost overwhelming, especially when we remember that less than 2% of babies conceived survive to birth, precious girls that face the challenges each day with their families. I appreciate the opportunity to learn more again this year.
THANK YOU for sharing and supporting the Turner Syndrome Awareness Blog Hop :)
PS - I'm in Australia, so please don't include me in your generous prize draw

Jean said...

Such lovely cards! Thank you for sharing the info on this hop. I had no idea how many girls were affected and the health problems it causes.

Lucy E. said...

Your cards are lovely!
You did a great job with
the digitals, in my opinion.
I am from the Midwest, USA.

Lena said...

Your cards are beautiful and elegant, and for such a worthy cause. Thank you for helping raising awareness of TS.
Hugs from Lena in Pearland, Texas.

Lisa said...

Beautiful beautiful cards! Happy to be hopping with you!

Anne Buckingham said...

Love all three cards. The second one is my favorite with butterflies in background and on the "doily" in center. Love the sentiment.

World of Michael Trent said...

Your cards are beautiful Diane. The last one with the key and the butterfly is my fav.

Janis said...

You did a fabulous job of working with the digis!! Your cards are just gorgeous. I esp love the first one...simple and beautiful.
Thank you for your part in this important hop! I live in Idaho and would love to win one of your prizes. Have a wonderful day!
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com
HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

Debra Davison said...

I love all of your cards but especially the one with the key design !! They are all beautiful additions to this Hop... I'm honored to be hopping along with everyone.

Tina Z. said...

Thank you for raising awareness and your cards are stunning, I like your design!
Hugs from Europe.