In honor of National Scrapbook Day, we are hosting a week long, progressive blog hop! Starting with the Cropstop Blog, you will visit each of the Cropstop Crew Member Blogs listed below to grab the items for your creative project. Then you will have one week to complete your project and link it back here in a reply box at the Cropstop Blog. Deadline for linking is midnight, Saturday, May 8, 2010, DST. A great prize is being offered by the Cropstop store!
Prize will be awarded by random draw from projects linked to the Cropstop blog by the deadline above.
Make sure to visit every blog and gather all of the items you will need for your LO/Card creation!
Cropstop Crew members may be offering RAKs for stopping by their blog, so be sure to read through the entire post in each blog!
You will find your seventh creative element here... then remember to follow the list of blogs below to gather everything that you will need for your LO/Card creation!
1. Cropstop Blog - http://cropstop.blogspot.com/ 2. Jessica http://blogg.coffeeaddicted.se/#home 3. Veronica Free Space 4. Elisabeth http://paperart.wordpress.com/ 5. Anneliese http://www.queen-of-the-crop.blogspot.com/ 6. Lisa http://pop-dot-porcupine.blogspot.com/ 7. Stacy -- ********Your 7th item is ink/markers**** 8. Dalis http://www.stampergirl.com/ 9. Vicki http://validationofvicki.blogspot.com/ 10. Gloria http://gloriascraps.blogspot.com/
A little info about this special day...
National Scrapbook Day was started in 1994 by the well-known album company Creative Memories, and is celebrated on the first Saturday in May. Since 1994 scrap bookers all over the country and world celebrate their passion for Scrapbooking on this day! There are even online groups petitioning the US Government to make National Scrapbook Day a federal holiday!
Have fun on our Cropstop Hop! Make sure to link your completed project here in the Cropstop Blog by the deadline listed above!!
I am really liking this color combination lately. I used my new MS Modern Garland PATP set. I really like this set it is fun ad elegant to me. The butterfly is also a MS punch. I used Glimmer mist and pearls on the butterfly. The MOM sentiment is raised with dimensionals. I included a side photo to help you see the dimension. I love, love this ribbon, too!
As soon as I saw this stamp I wanted to use this paper with it. I used Nestabilities circles and scalloped circles. The paper is SU - Cottage Wall DSP, card stock is Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive, Orchid Opulence (normally I do not like this color at all!). The flower is sprayed with Vanilla Smooch. The image is colored with SU markers. The color is a little off in the pictures, the last picture using more Razzlebery has the lighter purple (Orchid Opulence) more true to color.
I have been promising my son to make him a Matchbox dresser for awhile now for all of his little treasures. I used K & Co double sided paper for this. I really like the double sided papers, it makes it look like the drawers have a liner in them. I used Spellbinders Labels 8 for the monogram on top of the dresser. I used a die to make the boxes, but you could also use a template or a Cricut cut out as well. One thing I have come to realize for my boy is that less is more - some simple embellishments and he thinks it is great. Try to make something special for that male in your life
I can't believe it some of my favorite retired In Color items are on the clearance rack!! These are some great products at great prices. I am sure they won't last long, so let me know asap if you are interested in anything. They just were added today I think. They can only be ordered online from a website or on a Demonstrator order. Simply Scrappin kits, retired ribbon, buttons, and paper --- oh, my!! :)
Here is the link to the clearance rack: http://www.stampinup.com/ECWeb/ItemList.aspx?categoryID=493
I am a mother to 2 wonderful kids, and wife to a great husband! I became a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in March of 2009. I have been scrapbooking for well over 10 years. I attending my first Stampin' Up! Convention in July 2011 and it was great! I am bilingual in Spanish and English.