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Add a Little Dazzle and Stampendous – Blog Hop Day #5

Today is the final day of Add a Little Dazzle and Stampendous blog hop. I hope you have had a chance to follow each day of the hop this week. There are lots of prizes to be given away and all you have to do is leave a comment on each of our blogs for a chance to win.

My project for today is complementary to the place setting I shared yesterday HERE. It’s a Christmas card made with lots of layered heat embossed metallic snowflakes.

Supplies used:
Stampendous Snowflake Die Set – DCS5069, Cling Delicate Snow – CRS5069, Storybook Alphabet Perfectly Clear Stamps Set – SSC007
Add a Little Dazzle’s Wondrous White metal sheet, and Golden Glimmer metal sheet.

There is a PDF tutorial for this card included on the Stampendous Blog Hop Pack that you might want to check out!

I hope you enjoyed seeing this and all my other projects shared this week during the blog hop. Thanks so much Stampendous for letting me use your amazing snowflake set.
 
I also want to take a moment to thank Add a Little Dazzle for having me this week and a half as their guest designer. Thanks for the opportunity!

Before you go make sure you stop by each blog listed below 
for a chance to win some amazing prizes.
Friday – Day 5


Thanks for your visit!

This card is participating in:
Challenge #30 – Completely Christmas



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Add a Little Dazzle and Stampendous – Blog Hop Day #4

Welcome to Day 4 of the amazing partnership blog hop between Add a Little Dazzle and Stampendous. Chance to win prizes and lots of projects to be inspired by, what else can one ask for? I am having fun sharing with you the projects I created using Stampendous Snowflake Die Set – DCS5069, Cling Delicate Snow – CRS5069. And for today’s project I’m combining these sets with Add a Little Dazzle’s Wondrous White metal sheet, and Golden Glimmer metal sheet.

My project for today is a place setting in white and gold, perfect to decorate your Christmas table.


The place setting consists of a cutlery holder and a place card. The cutlery holder is made of white cardstock and has an open pocket to place a napkin and a cutlery set for one. I dry embossed the pocket and decorated it with two heat embossed snowflakes. The large gold snowflake was heat embossed in white and the medium white snowflake was heat embossed in gold. Both were die cut afterwards using the matching die set.
 

The place card is made using a partial die cutting technique with the help of Snowflake Die Set – DCS5069 I basically placed the large snowflake die on the edge of a 5″x 4 1/2″ piece of cardstock and ran it through a die cutting machine making sure I only cut half the snowflake on the front. Then I ran it again through the die cutting machine on the other side making sure I only cut a fourth of the snowflake on the back. Right where the fourth part of the snowflake cut ends I scored and folded. I decorated the place card the same way I did with the cuttery holder.

I hope you liked my project, that you find it inspiring, and that you find it interesting to try out. I have one more project for you tomorrow, and it’s a complementary project to these two I just showed you, so don’t forget to stop by!

If you’d like to purchase gorgeous metal sheets, embossing pastes, inka gold, stencils and more, please click HERE.

Continue to hop along for a chance to win some really amazing prizes from both Add a Little Dazzle and Stampendous!

Be sure to visit every blog and comment
for a chance to win some amazing prizes!

 Thursday- Day 4

 
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Add a Little Dazzle and Stampendous – Blog Hop Day #3

This is week there is lots of excitement at Add a Little Dazzle since we’ve partnered with Stampendous and all week long you will have the opportunity to see amazing projects created by both design teams, using Stampendous stamps and dies and Add a Little Dazzle craft metal.

As every Wednesday today we also have our Dazzling Diva Challenge: Home for the Holidays! My card for today features Baby Blue Metal Sheet, Snowflake Die Set – DCS5069, Cling Delicate Snow – CRS5069.

To make my card first I stamped and heat embossed this elegant and gorgeous snowflake various times to create a background on the craft metal piece. I used pearlescent powder to give it a subtle sparkle. Next I used the silver backing of the metal sheet to heat emboss three snowflakes in white. I die cut them with their coordinating die.

I added a piece of gross grain ribbon in white to create contrast and created a snowflake cluster. I used vynil stickers to decorate my snowflakes and some turquoise pearls for the background.

I enjoyed using this amazing snowflake set from Stampendous to create this CAS card. This will be a great card for anyone in the family when Christmas arrives.

I hope you find time to play along our challenge this week, for a chance to win a $15 voucher to the store!

If you’d like to purchase gorgeous metal sheets, embossing pastes, Inka Gold, stencils and more please click HERE.

There is more to see while you hop along to check out what the team has created for the challenge. As for me, I will be back tomorrow with a very different project for you, so stay tuned!

Thanks for stopping by!

Be sure to visit every blog and comment
for a chance to win some amazing prizes!

Wednesday- Day 3

 

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Add a Little Dazzle and Stampendous – Blog Hop Day #1


I am excited to announce that today Add a Little Dazzle is teaming up with Stampendous. This company has an amazing line of stamps and dies that are so much fun to play with. Join us this week with our Home for the Holidays Series as we showcase projects using products from their new holiday catalog accompanied with Add a Little Dazzle Craft Metal Sheets. Both teams have created some amazing projects and we can’t wait to share them with you. We even have lots of prizes to give away!

We are so excited to begin the Add a Little Dazzle and Stampendous Blog Hop! We have an amazing line up of holiday inspiration and can’t wait to share it with you. Whether you are looking for card ideas ideas, home decor ideas, or gift ideas, you will find a great assortment of projects that will inspire your creativity.

Both the Add a Little Dazzle and Stampendous Design Team will share some amazing projects with you. In addition, we will be giving away lots and lots of prizes from both companies. Make sure to get the full scoop on how you can enter and join in on the fun.

Stop by Add a Little Dazzle to check out what Monica has designed for you today. She has prepared a free PDF tutorial you can download also!

I will be sharing my projects with you Wednesday through Friday, so stay tuned!

Prize Alert!

Enter for a Chance to Win a Prize Pack! Be sure to stop by and comment on each of the Design Team Blogs for a chance to win 1 of 6 prize packs from both companies! You have until Sunday, September, 21st to enter. The winners will be announced on both company blogs the following week. You must leave a comment on all blogs.

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Sweet Treat Jar

Hi everyone! I have a very short post for today. I just wanted to show you a very humble project for Valentine’s. I’m starting my Valentine’s gifts, and I thought I would recycle some jars! In this case I simply embellished it with lace, ribbon and paper twine and some tags. The goodies I filled the jar with are some yogurt flavored pops and marshmallows.


Materials: 
Heidi Grace Designs – LOVE, Specialty Project Pad
Spellbinders – Classic Labels Four
Stampendous – Spanish Greetings
Memento Dye Ink – Rhubarb Stalk
Ranger Distress Ink – Worn Lipstick
Merletto Diamond Stickers
Merletto Paper Twine in pink
Cre-a 7/8″ pink ribbon
Other generic Materials
5/16″ red ribbon
2″ One sided Lace

This is a cute and fun way to recycle containers. I plan to do some more. Though it’s simple it is a sweet little something to give to a friend on Valentine’s. Hope you enjoyed it!

This project is participating in:
ColorQ Blog

Fill ‘er Up 

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A card I love with a twist…


Hello!

There are some cards that have to be done again. The Cottage Charm card, is one of them. I must confess I’m in love with sketches that allow some sort of window layout to the card. In the case of this specific card, it’s a window created by the amount of layers and the way they are placed.

So today, I have a remake of the card I love, with a sketch I came up with through trial and error and a twist in the color palette. This image can give you a better idea:


One very important detail is that this card is quite larger (6 1/4 ” long by almost 5″ wide) compared to the original one. But it kept it’s charm. Here it is…

Materials
Shery K. Designs paper – Antoinette
Haj Design paper – Gorgeous Roses
Spellbinders:
– Grand Large Labels
– Butterfly Magic
– A2 Filigree Delight
– Fancy Framed Tags Two
Color Box pigment ink in pink
Ranger distress ink in Spun Sugar
My Pink Stamper – Spanish Sayings
Stampendous – Spanish Messages
Merletto pearls and crystals
Other generic Materials
Kraft heavy weight paper
Old blue pearlescent paper
1 inch pink ribbon
2 inch one sided lace

This is Valentine’s card. The sentiments I stamped are in Spanish and translated it says: “Princess… I love you”. I really hope you like it. This card has a tiny bit of my heart in it. 🙂

This card is participating in:
 
Color Throwdown #277 
Color Throwdown Blog

Favourite Sketch Challenge
Top Tip Tuesday Blog

Ribbon Carousel Blog 

You are just my Type
Paper Issues Blog
 

Naughty or Nice Blog

Challenge 99 – Sharing the love 
Aud Sentiments Challenge Blog 

Challenge #92 – Anything goes with a Valentine’s twist 
7Kids Challenge Blog

A Creative Romance Blog

Crafty Mojo Blog

As you like It Blog

Ladybug Crafts Blog
Fairy Tale Challenge Blog

Love & Valentine’s  
Digi Designs Challenge Blog

Lots of Love 
JellyPark Challenge Blog 

Valentine’s/Love 
Kitty Bee Designs Blog