Sunday, January 31, 2016

NC Demo Sale-A-Bration Hop

Welcome to the first North Carolina Demo blog hop. We are a group of Stampin' Up! Demos from North Carolina we have decided that once a month we will have a blog hop to share with you all the great talent in our group. This month we showcase product from Sale-A-Bration during Sale-A-Bration you can earn free product from a selected catalog for every $50.00 you spend.Go to promotions tab to learn more. 



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For this hop I have made two projects using the Wildflower designer series paper and Flowering fields stamp set



For this project I used some jewelry pieces I have had for years, so long I don't know where I got them. Once I saw the wildflower dsp I thought I would use that instead of a picture. The instructions called for some special glue hat I do not have. I used crystal effects which has become my go to adhesive for mixed media projects.



  









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For this project I made a gate fold card the will be sent to Mom with a special gift. I stamped flowering fields image on vellum and colored the back using markers and added wink of stella to the front of one image.








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Thanks for stopping by. I hope you have been inspired to break out your creativity! Come back and Create With Me!!

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 To continue on with the next Blog on NC Stampin' Up Demos Blog Tour, you'll want to visit Regina Campbell. I am certain you will enjoy the project she has to share. To view her Blog, you may click her name or the next button.                                                                                                  Enjoy the journey.  









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20 comments:

  1. Jewelery...what a great idea and so creative. What fun!

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  2. I love how you used the designer paper for the jewelry! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. These are beautiful! When I was younger I spent hours and hours every week stamping to make cards and gifts for loved ones. My favorite thing to do is take a stamp that's an outline of something like a flower, dip it in ink, and put it all over a mini-canvas. Then I take acrylic paints and paint inside the lines... it's like making my own coloring book but better! Those make great Christmas gifts.

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    1. Thanks!! Stamping is very relaxing.I will have to try that it sounds very fun and pretty!! So glad you stopped by

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  4. I love the jewelry. I will have to try out this idea. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  5. Wow what a fun idea! I think my wife would love this!

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    2. Thanks! I am sure she would here is a link to my fb page and website so she can learn more feel free to contact me with any question and Jonathan you would love it also lots of men are joining in on the art of paper crafting. Thanks for stopping by
      https://www.facebook.com/scrappinvon/
      http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/creativevon/promotions

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  6. Love the jewelry. Great idea! I'm sure you'll enjoy wearing it. Your mom will love her card!

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    1. Thanks Sue. I was only allowed to keep one of the circle ones my 11yr old daughter claimed the other two. She had the square one on her key chain and will add the other one to her necklace. She is a TaDa! in training. So glad you stopped by.

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  7. Shavron - I left a comment on Sunday but it was returned to me - not sure what happened. I love your jewelry idea. After 2 days of searching for my jewelry makings, I have finally found it & will be CASE-in your idea since I have some of those pieces that I have had for a long time!

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    1. Thanks!! please share what you make I would love to see it. So glad you stopped by!

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  8. Love the jewelry Shavron....what a great idea! Cards are beautiful!

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