Friday, May 3, 2013

Scrapbook Steals Blog Hop


It's a great day for a blog hop and was I ever sent my all-time favorite product!!!
 
TWINE
 
Definitly my go-to trim and do-it-yourself embellishment item.
Scrapbook Steals has such GREAT scrapbooking supplies it's no wonder they've added Two Berry Creative twine to their line up.


The catch here is that you may not find these colors of twine on sale to day at Scrapbook Steals. I specfically asked for a natural colored twine because I have been dying to make Tie-Dye Twine!!!
The white twine with silver threads on the smile card is the original color. Not only does it look great against colored cardstock, it also dyes like a dream.
(Look for a future How To'sday on this technique!)
 
My blog just happens to be one of the stops along the way where you can pick up a challenge for the on-line crop, so here it is:

Challenge #3 - Twine
Since we are showing off twine in today's Blog Hop, use some twine on your project! It can be a little or a lot. Use our awesome Blog Hop participants as inspiration to create something wonderful with twine.   
Check out all of the challenges here: National Scrapbook Day Celebration
 
Enter to win a $20 ScrapbookSteals.com gift code:
Visit each of the designers’ blogs and leave a comment at every stop along the way (including this post). Be this month’s random lucky winner by leaving a comment on one of the eight blogs! So without further delay, here’s the line up:
  1. ScrapbookSteals -
  2. Memorable Scraps - Neela Nalam
  3. Want Less Create More - Judy Stech
  4. AAlison Day Designs - Alison Day
  5. Scrappin' Chaos - Charity Hotrum - (You are here, leave a comment!)
  6. Stephanie's Scrap World - Stephanie Umpleby
You have until 11:59 PM MT on Sunday, May 5th, to make your comment. Have a great time hopping!

Supplies:
Paper:Bazill, CTMH, Graphic 45, DCWV
Chip Board Die-Cut:GCD Studios
Rub-On:K and Company
Trim:May Arts Ribbon
Ink:Stampendous
Twine:2 Berries
Stamps:MME
 
~charity~
 


34 comments:

  1. Love the Dragonfly! Anf your Smile Card is awesome! TFS!

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  2. That dragonfly is awesome! Fantastic job Charity!

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  3. Cindy B (on some blogs) i like the dragonfly, too

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  4. Pretty cards! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Beautiful!! Can't wait to see your How To'sday to see how I can dye twine!

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  6. Thanks for such great ideas with your card layouts-

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  7. love the dragonfly card - very pretty!

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  8. I'm really diggin this National Scrapbooking Day business. Too fun and lots to win!

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  9. I'm intrigued by the tie dyeing. Where do you come up with these ideas??

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  10. love the cards, thanks for the inspiration!

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  11. Huh, natural colour twine... I would love that with Kraft papers...

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  12. Twine is so versatile. Happy NSD!

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  13. This is something else I never thought to do with twine! Thanks for the great ideas!

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  14. The things you can do with twine :) I love all the ideas! thanks for sharing yours .


    Micia
    Yellowbirdcreation@gmail.com

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  15. I love your dragon fly thanks for participating and sharing with us.

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  16. Your dragon is gorgeous and natural twine to dye would be awesome. Great use of twine, too.

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  17. Really cool dragonfly, Charity!!

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  18. Your work is so beautiful!!!! I love your dragonfly! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  19. cute little dragonfly! I have made one with wire but had not considered using twine

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  20. Beautiful work! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  21. Love the cards! The dragonfly is awesome and I love the look of the smile card! Your twine projects look fab - dyed and not. Like you said, the white with silver really pops off the colored card stock!

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  22. Great twine ideas... love the dragonfly!

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  23. Happy Scrapbook day...what fun...thanks for chance to win...WOWSA @giveaways and projects so much fun.

    chris@iwooten.com

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  24. What great ideas for using twine! Thanks for sharing with us!!

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  25. Very nice! Lots of fresh ways to use the twine! Thanks so much for sharing!

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