Monday, August 11, 2014

Blog Hop with The Twinery and Pretty Little Studio

Hello and welcome to my stop on this awesome blog hop with The Twinery and Pretty Little Studio.  If you have arrived here from Tami Brundage's blog, you are in the right spot.  If you have just happened upon this post and would like to join us, hop on back to The Twinery blog to check out all the details.

I am not real familiar with the Pretty Little Studio lines, but I love what I was able to create with their products and some of the yummy bakers twine from The Twinery.....

I have had this empty frame sitting around for quite a while and really wanted to fill it with some fun tags.  I used some papers in the Marigold line from Pretty Little Studio in the middle of each tag and then added some letters that I die cut with my Cricut machine.  

I fancied them up with some die cut images from the Marigold line and then added some lovely matching Solid bakers twine from The Twinery.  I used the Solid Marigold, Honeydew, and Caribbean on my project.  Here is a closer look at some of the tags......

What fun is a blog hop without some fabulous prizes??  Be sure to leave a comment below on my blog and on each blog along the hop for your chance to win these great prizes.....
 The Twinery - Striped Twine Sampler 
($65 retail value) 

Pretty Little Studio - $50 Gift Certificate

It is now time to hop on over to Becky Litz's blog to see what wonderful project she is sharing with us today.  

Here is the complete blog hop line up for today:
Amy Crockett (you are here)
Sindi Jeffers 

Have fun and Good Luck!!

Hugs,
Amy 


Supplies-
Cardstock: Bazzill
Papers, printed die cuts: Marigold (Pretty Little Studio)
Bakers twine: Solid Cool Caribbean, Solid Marigold, Solid Honeydew (The Twinery)
Tag dies: My Creative Time
Clips: Tim Holtz
Die cut letters: Cricut Expression and A Child's Year cartridge
Ink: Colorbox Fluid Chalk

26 comments:

  1. Nice work. I have yet to make a banner.

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  2. Very pretty. A fun project and a great decoration.
    thanks for sharing.
    txmlhl@yahoo.com

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  3. Lovely home decor--I like the cute animals.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  4. What a fun idea! It's beautiful!

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  5. As I suspected....your banner is too stinkin' cute!!! You did a great job with product you were unfamiliar with. I'll be you'll find more things you'll just have to have!

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  6. Such a pretty retro styled banner. The cute animals remind me of the old childrens story books of the past.

    marg0006 at Verizon dot net

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  7. Nice project, gives me some ideas for Christmas presents. Loving this blog hop.

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  8. Gorgeous project! Love your idea!!

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  9. What a great use of the
    frame with these delightful
    tags!
    Carla from Utah

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  10. It amazes me how creative some people are. This is a very creative use of many items. Thanks for sharing.
    Judy from Michigan

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  11. Love your fabulous frame project, Amy.

    Tifany DeGough
    {Senior Designer at The Twinery}
    http://inkblotsbytrd.blogspot.com/

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  12. Love how you used the twine with the paper from the Pretty Little Studio. TFS.
    http://scrapbookingandcardmakingbysherry.blogspot.com/

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  13. Love the Twinery products. Great use of color, design and twine.

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  14. What an amazing project! I just adore the banners!

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  15. Love your little family sign! Super cute use of the twine too! angela at alexfam dot com

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  16. I'm definitely going to try this idea!

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  17. What a great frame and I love your little banner! Super job!

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  18. Oh my golly goodness, this is too darn cute! Love!

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  19. Awwww.....what a wonderful little banner!!! Love the sweet little fox!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    Candy coming soon at: HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  20. cute banner. Love the project!

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  21. Wow, what a banner! I'd love to make a family summer banner some day to put on the wall.

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Amy ♥