Welcome to the Stamping Scrapping Design Team Creative partner Thank You Blog Hop!
Today the design team will feature products from just a few of our Creative Partners. Recently our design team were gifted with products from the following companies:
• Spellbinders™ Paper Arts-Grand Calibur
• Scor-Pal-Scor-Pal Scoring Board
• Basic Grey-Patterned Paper
• LaLa Land Crafts-Rubberstamps
Without our Creative Partners our design team members could not create the great projects you see on their blogs. We would like to thank these wonderful companies for their generous donations!
Come hop along with us and enjoy the creative projects our design team members created using these wonderful products. You could win a New Scor-Pal just by leaving a comment on all 13 blogs.
Billie St. Clair
Dawn Saenz de Viteri
To enter: You must comment on each blog by using the Inlinkz button at the bottom of this post to be eligible to win. Contest ends 11:59pm 04/03/11. All comments will be verified and a winner will be chosen from those who comment on all 13 blogs. The winner will be notified via email and on 04/05/11.
I have a very generous husband. Every November I leave a wish list on my craft room door and every December everything on my list appears under our Christmas tree. Santa is ALWAYS very good to me. Consequently, I have oodles of tools. I could spend all day here just telling you what they are. And since I dabble in other things besides papercrafting, I have tools for those hobbies, too. Yet, with all those fun things to play with, I have certain 'go to' tools that I use consistently. One used to be my Cuttlebug which has been replaced by the Grand Calibur. I can cut and emboss as many dies as will fit on an 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper at one time. If you have lots of 'flat' dies, the Grand Calibur might be just what you need; their new Grand Nestabilities Rock. The new ScorPal sits behind me all the time. I use it with every card I make. I've just started making my own envelopes and this is a terrific tool for that. This sweet little matchbox was scored with the ScorPal, assembled, and edges inked. Then I created an Easel Card which I glued to the top. The box measures 3.0" x 5.0". The paper on the top of the card was cut using a Grand Nestability Label 4, the sentiment was cut using the smaller Label 4 Nestabilities. The flourish on the matchbox was cut on my Cricut using an SVG file I found on the internet. Paper: Cryogen, Kraft, Basic Grey; Stamp: LaLa Land Marci with Rose; Stampin' Up; Flowers: PaperTrey; Flourish was an SVG file; Crystal Stickles, Glossy Accents; Brilliance Cosmic Copper Ink; Copics: [Skin E000, E11, R20, E13][Clothes RV10, RV11, RV13, RV14, G24][Hat E30, E31, E33, RV10, RV11][Hair Y19, Y11] To enter your name to be counted for both prizes: