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Stylin’ Stampin’ Squad Bog Hop!

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Blog Hop Badges December 2012

Hello everyone and welcome to this month’s Stylin’ Stampin’ Squad Blog Hop. Most likely you have arrived here from Terry Blais’ Blog, didn’t she have some great projects?! This is my first time out with these talented ladies and I hope that you enjoy my projects. This month we have a holiday theme and I have a card and a 3D project for you today.

First up is the card that I CASE’d it from Stampin’ Success. The base of the card is Crumb Cake Card Stock. I stamped the greeting from the More Merry Messages Stamp Set in Early Espresso. The border that is stamped across the bottom in Crumb Cake is from the Make a Mitten Stamp Set. All of the paper is from the Festival of Prints Designer Series paper Stack, cut into strips and some ends are flagged. The mittens are punched out from Island Indigo and Cherry Cobbler with the Mitten Builder Punch. The reindeer are from the Make a Mitten Set and are stamped in Early Espresso. I really like the simplicity of the card and it’s a great way to use some of your scraps of DSP.

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Next up we have the 3D project. I was in one of the local craft stores and I saw this small printer’s tray. I thought it would be great to fill with some Stampin’ Up! goodies to make a little Christmas display. All of the interior of the tray is lined with Crumb Cake Card Stock that I embossed with the Chevron Textured impressions Embossing Folder. They are adhered to the inside with Sticky Strip. The gingerbread men and the mug are from the Scentsational Season Stamp Set and are stamped in Soft Suede and Island Indigo. I cut them out with the Holiday Collection Framelits Dies and adhered them with some Stampin’ Dimensionals. In the other side we have a piece of Island Indigo that I punched the edge with the Scallop Edge Border Punch. A piece of Raspberry Ripple Stitched Satin Ribbon is adhered around the back with Sticky Strip. I punched a piece of Soft Suede with the 2 3/8″ Scallop Circle Punch and embossed it with the Delicate Designs Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. A set of mittens in Island Indigo and Raspberry Ripple are punched out with the Mitten Builder Punch and the reindeer is from the Make a Mitten Stamp Set and is stamped in Early Espresso. They are all adhered together and the the tray with Stampin’ Dimensionals. The greeting is form the More Merry Messages and is stamped in Raspberry Ripple on Very Vanilla and the corners rounded with the 3/16″ Corner Rounder. I backed it with a piece of Raspberry Ripple and adhered it with some more Stmapin’ Dimensionals. I love this and will definitely make some more to give as gifts. How cute would this be hanging up for the holidays?!

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I hope that you enjoyed my projects and the rest on the hop. Click on the graphic below to visit the talented Heidi Boos over at Stuck on Stampin’ who is the next stop on the hop:

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Thank you to the Stylin’ Stampin’ Squad for inviting me to join them this month and thank you to all of you for visiting! I hope you have found some inspiration and that you have a wonderful day! πŸ™‚

Stampin’ Up! products used:

Card Stock: Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla, Island Indigo, Raspberry Ripple, Soft Suede and Cherry Cobbler

Designer Series Paper: Festival of Prints Stack

Ink: Soft Suede, Crumb Cake, Island Indigo and Early Espresso

Stamp Sets: Make a Mitten, Scentsational Season and More Merry Messages Clear Mount

Embellishments: Raspberry Ripple 3/8″ Stitched Satin Ribbon

Tools: Big Shot, Chevron Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Delicate Designs Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Holiday Collection Framelits Dies, Mitten Builder Punch, 2 3/8″ Scallop Circle Punch, Paper Snips, Sticky Strip, Stampin’ Dimensionals and SNAIL

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About jrk912

I am a tech junkie that loves to engineer some paper!

26 responses »

  1. Great projects! I love the colors, the mittens and the entire Scentsational stamp set with framelits. I’m so glad you’ve joined the blog hop!

    Hugs,

    Terry

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  2. Love that painter’s tray! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. The holiday tray idea looks adorable, now i wished i have gotten one! TY for sharing your daily card with us!! – Pam W.

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  4. Justin welcome to the blog hop! Both of your projects are so cute. I may just have to head to M’s and see if I can find a printers tray too. The card is a great layout for using a variety of paper scraps you might have left over from another project. I will be casing it for sure. πŸ™‚

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  5. Patricia Thompson

    Great projects! Love the tray. I am hoping to get mine done soon. Some time before Christmas would be good! lol Thank you for sharing!

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  6. Justin, adorable!! I love your work.. I stalk your blog daily! (oh dear, I let my secret out!) I’m so glad you are part of our group for the blog hop.. amazing work, as always!!

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  7. Justin, your tray reminds me that I still have the SU trays that are naked. :p You make such beautiful papercrafts. These are fabulous projects!

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  8. Love your choice of colors for your projects Justin. So glad you are a part of of the hop group now πŸ™‚
    Definitely gonna have to get myself a printer’s tray and give a project like this a try πŸ™‚

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  9. Fun, non-traditional Christmas color choices! I like it…something different than just the red and green (which is usually what I stick to!)

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  10. Those colors look fantastic together!! And I absolutely love what you did with that printer’s tray! πŸ™‚

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  11. I love your card and your project this month! I am such a sucker for banners! So glad that you could join us this month!!

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  12. Love these projects…the color combo is awesome! Great work!

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  13. As always, cute projects! I especially love your 3D tray. It turned out very cute and something that would be great to hang up each year. Plus who knew Raspberry Ripple and Island Indigo would make such a great color combo? πŸ™‚

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