“It’s A Girl Thing” Turner Syndrome Awareness Inaugural Blog Hop!

By | 02/01/2019

Welcome to my project for the “It’s A Girl Thing” Turner Syndrome Awareness Inaugural Blog Hop



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 in 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!






Nineteen caring Sponsors and eleven DT Members have partnered with us to 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


My TS related project uses a few colors from the TS official color board:


Here is my card that I created for the blog hop:

stamping imperfection layered die techniques

This card is created from panels that I watercolored to match the colors from the Turner Syndrome official color board.

I die cut each panel with a different cover die from the Birch Press Dahlia set. 

I layered them together and added them on top of a ink blended water distressed background for a very textured and layered effect.

The sentiment die is from Altenew and it is one of my favorites. 

Hello cards are such a great addition to your card stash because they work for so many occasions.

Here is another view so you can see the layers:

Remember to  to visit the "It's A Girl Thing" Turner Syndrome Awareness Inaugural Blog Hop page to become eligible for prizes.

Thank you very much!

Remember to  visit the “It’s A Girl Thing” Turner Syndrome Awareness Inaugural Blog Hop page to become eligible for prizes.

70 thoughts on ““It’s A Girl Thing” Turner Syndrome Awareness Inaugural Blog Hop!

  1. Donna Ellis

    Hi, Kimberly! Such a fantastic creation using the bright TS colors! I am especially drawn to your layered effect, because that’s what TS is all about – how one little thing goes awry in our bodies, and it produces layer upon layer of issues! It’s a marvelous card! Leaving you with wishes for a wonderful day.

  2. Lori Kobular

    Kim ~ Thank you for being a part of this Blog Hop! I love your beautifully layered flower card! The colors look amazing!

  3. MaryAnn Samuelson

    OMGosh!! The use of the Birch Press die that you watercolored each panel to pull in the color palette of TS is just sublime!!!

  4. Angie

    Gorgeous! Love your creations and that you are helping bring awareness to such a worthy cause! Bless you!

  5. creaine

    Nice to see your beautiful card also on the blog hop for turner Syndrome!!
    Bye Ine

  6. Lisa F

    Wow, this is so gorgeous!! I love the beautiful Dahlia die you used!! It looks amazing!!


  7. Shona Erlenborn

    I love the layered flower in the colors of the TS palette. Very clever. Beautiful design!

  8. Kren

    Wonderful project for a worthy cause! Thanks for sharing the information and your creativity with all of us!

  9. Raga Senthil

    Amazingly layered up card! Love this intricate die!

  10. Dee Earnshaw

    wow this card is very striking – love the colors

  11. Lori Kobular

    Kim ~ Thank you for being a part of this blog hop! I love your layered flowers, it looks amazing with the different colors! Gorgeous card!!

  12. Anne Temple

    Wow, this is amazing! Love the dies you used. It really pops off your bold background. Love it.


    That’s a pretty floral die and love the layers! Gorgeous card for an
    awesome cause.

  14. Wendy Nicola Jackson

    Kim, this is stunning! I love that layered diecut design. So gorgeous. The depth and texture is fabulous and the colours are delish! Lovely design. Hugs, Wends xoxo

  15. Meghan Kennihan

    I love that flower! Great layering! Thank you for bringing awareness to this syndrome and being a part of this hop!

  16. karenladd

    The colors you used on your card are so beautiful and uplifting

  17. CreaNancy

    Oh, this flower is amazing with those layers, perfect in the TS-colours too! Love your card!!!
    TS was new for me. Good idea this bloghop to learn something about it!
    Thank you.
    Nancy S.

  18. Ute

    what for a colorful cad you made, great… Thanks for sharing on the blog Hop. Hugs Ute

  19. Beverly Sizemore

    So bold and pretty! Love your watercolored panels. Thanks for sharing and helping spread the word about Turner Syndrome.

  20. Darlene Pavlick

    What a clever creation! Love the dimension you’ve achieved in your flower! Great job! Thanks for helping to spread the word about TS!

  21. Christine Miller

    The stacked floral dies are lovely, and I am so partial to framed designs. Such a pretty card! Thank you for sharing about TS!

  22. Christine Miller

    I love the stacked floral dies and the clean framed layout of your card. Thank you for sharing about TS!

  23. Lagene

    Thanks for being part of this TS hop. I have never heard of this syndrome. I love your creation!

  24. Super Stick Chick

    Wonderful card, love the layered dies. Thanks for bring awareness to Turner Syndrome.

  25. Andrea Hastilow

    Fantastic card, your watercolour is beautiful. What a great image to use, something delicate on its own like a petal but stronger in numbers as a whole entity like a flower. Thank you for being part of this amazing hop.

  26. shartl

    Your card is so pretty and I love that big, bold die cut and all the colors!

  27. Brenda Abbott

    Love the colors you chose, and the layered flower is awesome! Beautiful job! Beautiful card!

  28. Wendy Falk

    Beautiful card!! I love your interpretation of the TS color board & I love the distressed red background – it is so beautiful 🙂 The layer die is a stunning topper for it too <3 It makes me so happy to see all of the beautiful hearts and projects helping create TS awareness!!

  29. Denise Bryant

    Love those beautiful dies you used to make this special card! Thanks for taking part in the hop to raise awareness of Turner Syndrome!

  30. Cathy Lillie

    I love the how you colored the layers of the dahlia frame! It’s striking against the beautiful background. Thanks for sharing your card and for helping to raise awareness for TS.

  31. *Vicki*

    I absolutely love the dimension in your flower here! Such a beautiful card! Thank you so much for everything you’ve done to help with this cause!! BIGGEST HUGS

  32. Verna Angerhofer

    So very gorgeous and I love the way you stacked the flower die.

  33. Dana M

    Gorgeous – what a fabulous design! Love the background panel and beautiful color palette.

  34. Arianna Barbara

    Thanks for raising awareness about this Syndrome!!! This is a great hop!!!
    What a gorgeous card!!! Love the colours!!!

  35. June Strohmetz

    That flower is super and I like the layers. Thank you for helping Lori in this endeavor

  36. Janis in I

    That layered flower is absolutely stunning!!! Gorgeous card!
    Thank you for your part in this important hop.
    <3 J

  37. Sarah Biswabic

    Your card is so cheerful! I love it!!

  38. Michele K. Henderson

    I just love your pretty layered look! The colors really jump out too! Thanks so much for being a part of this important hop!
    Take care!

  39. Sue D

    Very pretty. I like the layered flower die you used and the colors.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

  40. Tracy Lynn Lustick

    All life is precious, your participation in this Hop is very noble . Thank you ☺️.

  41. Surekha Galagoda

    Hi Kim
    I like the bold colours and the design.Thank you for taking part in the Inaugural Turner Syndrome Awareness Blog Hop to make us aware that such a condition exists among girls. Thank you for encouraging these butterflies to fly. May you be blessed with gd health and happiness always. Hugs and loads of love from Sri Lanka.

  42. Laura Casselman

    I love this and may steal your design!

  43. Vivian C.

    Pretty card. Your choice for the background color really makes the dahlia pop.

  44. Judie Attard

    Gorgeous card and thanks for this wonderful initiative and raising awareness!!


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