Hello friends, welcome back! I’ve had some time to get crafty recently (haven’t we all?) so I dug deep into my stash for a few elements on the Caffeine card. I’m hopping with the Coffee Lovers Blog Hop, where anyone can participate with a coffee, tea or cocoa themed project. There are over 70 prizes from generous sponsors too! Oh and the inspiration is amazing!
Remember on the last post from January, where I said I was going to start selling off my stash of older Spellbinders dies? That’s still happening…lets plan on June to get started. Watch my Facebook page Cookies For Breakfast or subscribe for new posts here at bethpingry.com for the details.
You can find the list bloggers on the Coffee Loving Cardmakers Blog where you can also link up to join the hop and be eligible to win prizes. Entries close Friday, May 29th at 11:55 pm Pacific.
Supplies: Memory Box Large Coffee on the Go die; Graphic 45 Safari Adventure 6×6 Patterns and Solids; Corrugated cardstock; Kaisercraft Texture Stains Clear Stamp, American Crafts Mini Marks Rub on Letters; Memento Ink Rich Cocoa, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Crafty Foam Tape Black & E-Z Runner Grand; twine
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Happy 2019 and welcome to the Seasons Givings Blog Hop! Every blog has a giveaway, so take your time, enjoy the projects and good luck on the giveaways! We, as designers, end up with extra product or duplicates that we want to share with you, our loyal fans. This blog hop was designed to reward you for being our fans and to help us spread the crafty love. Please be sure to pin the projects and follow the designers and manufacturers!
As a designer and Media Director for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L, I can offer the winner $25 of adhesives – winner’s choice! Need an E-Z Runner Grand? Need refills? Want the most popular products? No Problem! We’ll chat. Go ahead and enter below by leaving a comment. My drawing will be open for a week, enter by January 7, 2019 at midnight Eastern. I’ll announce the winner on this post, and on my Cookies for Breakfast Facebook page and send the winner an email.
Winner Update: Cynthia Cole, check your email!
Here’s a recent card I made for the holidays. I’m changing it up a little and making it at the AFCI show with a more springy wreath. If you’ll be there, come see me in Booth 1035! If you want to make one now, you can find the instructions at Favecrafts.
Today I’m blog hopping with Graphic 45 and Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L, with an accordion card. I love working with Graphic 45, their patterns, colors and images make it easy to put together a card or page. Sure, you have to cut the paper, but once you get over that, it’s really fun to place and rearrange and create with it.
This card folds up flat for mailing and storage, but sits on it’s own and displays the popped up elements with dimension. You can see different images from different angles. See more of my card at Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L
Disclosure: I received product from both companies for this blog post.
There are 3 prizes up for grabs from EACH Graphic 45 and Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L! Start at Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L, and you’ll find the links to the posts from earlier this week, and to Graphic 45 too! Good Luck!!
I can almost taste the Halloween candy! I have a Ghoul’s Night Out card for the blog hop with Lawn Fawn and Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® this week. Today is the last day, be sure to visit both blogs and enter to win some great prizes.
Disclosure: I received products from both companies for this blog hop.
I just got some new watercolor pencils, and oh, I’m in love! Realize this is my first go at them, but I do love how they blended, even if I got too much water on the background.
Die cutting with these is so easy, you can see the stamped lines from inside the die, just line up, secure the die in place with low tack tape and cut. 3D Foam Squares give the ghouls a nice pop, and the Creative Photo Corners frame the image nicely.
You can see more of this card, and today’s other bloggers, and the links to the rest of the week’s posts, AND to Lawn Fawn on the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L blog.
No candy corns were wasted in the making of this project.
Hi and welcome to the second day of the hop with MFT and Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®! See all of the projects and enter to win awesome prizes (like 3 from each company are up for grabs!) find all the links for yesterday, today and tomorrow here.
I have received product from both companies for this post.
I’m a big coffee lover, when I saw this set I just had to have it, and it would make a super cute shaker card too!
Hi and welcome to the #SeasonsGivings2016 Blog Hop! It’s the 4th year in a row that for sharing fabulous projects AND the giving you the chance to win from every blog!
Winner Announcement: Janet Sisk – please check your email!
My prize is $25 in Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® products, sponsored by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®, where I am Media Director and on the Design Team.
We recently moved and I just haven’t had a chance to get my crafting supplies organized, you know, with Christmas, CHA, and hauling 1800 miles across the country. I’m sharing this project that I made for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® but haven’t blogged here yet – in fact I have a tutorial for this on the blog Happy Day Tag
I wish you a Happy Day, and good luck!
To enter my drawing, leave a comment below! I’ll close the contest at midnight Jan. 7, 2016 CST. I’ll announce and email the winner on the 8th. Please enter the email address where it asks, it won’t show publicly, but I’ll be able to contact you if you win.
I fussy cut the images and adhered the stem with E-Z Dots Repositionable, so that you don’t see any adhesive. The bloom uses 3D Foam Squares to give it a pop off the card. I stacked the papers with opposite colored Photo Corners because I love the way it helps frame the central image.
I actually colored this a few weeks ago, in front of the TV, just playing around with my markers. I haven’t done much coloring in a while, it was nice to relax. I’m a little rusty, but I think it turned out OK. I thought the yellow would be nice, but it was too light, and then I really loved how the purple turned out.
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