Happy New Year and Welcome to the Seasons Givings Blog Hop!
This hop is going to be a little bit different, in the fact that every single person on the list below is giving something away. Just go to each blog and leave a comment. It’s really that easy! Now grab a cup of coffee, or tea, or maybe some hot chocolate, whatever your favorite is, and start hopping.
Here is to starting off the year 2013 in a fun way!
I’m thrilled to be part of this fun blog hop! Thanks for stopping by!
I made a Paris themed canvas. I cannibalized a 5×7″ canvas…for the third time, it still had remnants of the first project stuck to the center. No problem, I just painted over it, and I think the mystery texture adds something! Then I added Glimmer Mists to create background color.
A few cranks of my die cut machine and voilà!
My prize today is a package of adhesives from SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L®! Who couldn’t adhesives, and these are the best!
Simply leave a comment here on my blog to enter my giveaway!
Then visit the other fabulous crafters to see their projects and enter their giveaways, it’s that easy!
Paper Crafts magazine
Kelly Marie Alvarez/Lawn Fawn
Unity Design Team
Cristal (Pinky) Hobbs
Vera W. Yates
Kim Hughes- Paper Smooches
I used these supplies on this project:
- Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®: Dodz™ Medium, Dodz™ 3D, E-Z Dots Permanent, 3D Foam Squares Black Small, Adhesive Sheets
- Spellbinders: Grand Calibur machine, Rose Creations, Spiral Blossom Four, French Frills, Girlie Grunge Labels
- Tattered Angels: Blue Skies, Autumn Nights, Olive Vine, Spring Violet Glimmer Mists
- Black & Red cardstock, Gold Vellum, White Gel Pen, Black Sharpie Marker, White Acrylic Paint
Here’s to a great 2013!
I’m bringing out some previously unblogged projects. This one is from CHA Summer 2011, featuring Graphic 45′s Once Upon a Springtime papers. The frame around the focal image was made with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Ivory Photo Corners, the flower by Prima Marketing Flowers, and the die from Spellbinders Edgeabilities.
Some people find the Graphic 45 paper intimidating, with the larger images, but I have found them fun to work with, they pretty much eliminate the need for stamps or other embellishments because you can use so much of the paper.
In this case, I trimmed the image then created a mat that was about 3/4 inch larger than the image on 2 sides, then layered photo corners along the edge and in the corners. The rest is layering of papers. The green ribbon is a piece from the remnant bin (love those!)
Thanks for coming by today!
Its been a long hot summer! Most of my flower pots survived, but only by the grace of automatic sprinklers!
I really had fun making this card! I used Jillibean Soup’s Macho Nacho Soup kit to make a feminine inspired card. Of course Spellbinders™ dies did the heavy lifting, and Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® keeps everything in place!
I used 3D Foam Squares to create a curve in the flower pot and the folds in the leaves, and Dodz 3D to form the flowers.
How did your flowers do this summer?