Friday, January 28, 2011

Sale-A-Bration Blog Hop!!!


It's time for another exciting Blog Hop! The ladies from Stampin Addicts have been working hard to show you some fabulous ideas for all the fun stuff you can get for free during Sale-A-Bration!
If you are following the hop in order you probably came from Cindy's blog where she did some totally inspiring work with A Flower for All Seasons.  Don't you just love her stuff!
I will be featuring Itty Bitty Bits which is a really fun and versatile little set! It even has some matching punches and buttons!


This card is made with a little one-sheet-0wonder action going on. I made an 8½"x11" piece of patterned paper using the Itty Bitty Bits stamps, then cut it apart for couple of projects. The scalloped half circle is actually from the Petal Cone die!

And I just had to make more of those little Nugget Boxes :) they really aren't that much work and are so darn cute you may find yourself looking for excuses to make them, lol! And did you know that six of these little boxes will fit in the Box #2  die box? How sweet is that?!


This is a Petal Cone I made with some smooth cardstock that I used the Lots of Love Letterpress Plate on. I have been using the heck out of that thing lately! LOVE it! And these cones hold 20 Hersey's kisses very nicely :)


Ok, this project is stretching it a little bit, but the First Edition DSP is stamped with polka dots from Filled with Love, and inked before the flower layers were cut out. The polka dots could easily be stamps from Itty Bitty Bits, and I really wanted to show you all this wreath! It is made with 36 paper flowers hot glued to a 9" willow wreath I got from the Dollar Tree. I adore this wreath! It is going to be hanging above my stove again shortly!
I hope you enjoyed your stop here :) I will be sharing the recipes and how-tos for these projects during the week following the blog hop. Now hop on over to Sara's blog to see what she has done with Tart and Tangy! It is so yummy you won't want to miss it :)
Happy Hopping!
For the master list of links to this hop, click this image:









26 comments:

MaryJo said...

I LOVE all of these projects! Great job - thanks for the info about how many of those little boxes fit into the bigger box! Might just have to try some of these projects on this snowy friday...have a great weekend.

Holly / InkPaperStamps said...

Look at that little nugget holder, with a treasure chest to match! Your petal cone box is really sweet, too, Tanya. . . .

Adriana Benitez said...

This is such a fun set. Love how you used it! (And thanks for saying how many kisses fit in the petal cone box; for some reason that really works to tell me its size. TFS)

Jen Timko said...

Love them all! But, seriously, that wreath...amazing!

Amy said...

That wreath is gorgeous! And thanks for giving me so many ideas to use this versatile set! I usually just use it as an accessory, almost. Great ideas!

Carmen said...

Very cute and I can see why you wanted to share that wreath ... it's fantastic!

Yapha said...

Oh man, you and those nugget boxes!! Why do you have to keep making them so cute? What great ideas for using these tiny images!

Kate Stockman said...

What cute projects, great ideas.

Betty said...

Hi Tanya! You have been stampin' up a storm again! I love that the little nugget boxes go inside the bigger one and I LOVE the wreath- simply beautiful!

Sunflower Stamper said...

Great job Tanya!! Lots of inspiration!!

Kim said...

These are adorable. I love your nugget box. How did I not see that before! What a gorgeous wreath. You know, there's an empty spot over my stove too. lol

Lisa Young said...

I agree with Kim. How did I not notice the nugget box before? But what I really take away from your amazing projects is using these little stamps to create your own "paper". That is a perfect idea for this set. Thanks Tanya!

Krystal (skdeleeuw) said...

Fabulous job Tanya!! That wreath is beautiful!! Love that you used the Newsprint DSP on your projects. Very ceative.

RhondaG -the stampin' bunny said...

Amazing cuteness! I love your colors and designs! Fabulous work!

susies1955 said...

Love, love, love the colors and the projects. I've got to learn how to do these things.
Susie
susies@twcny.rr.com

Deb B (Debadoo) said...

I have such a hard time using tiny stamps like this, but you did such a great job!! How neat to use just the scallop half circle from the petal cone die. I gotta get the petal box punch.

Deb B (Debadoo) said...

How could I forget to say how awesome that wreath is?!?!?!?! Love it!

Heidi Baks said...

Cute projects - I love how you can make many different kind of projects with those little bits! You are too funny with the wreath! Great job!!

Susan said...

lovely creations! that wreath is wonderful!
Susan

Jean Fitch from jlfstudio said...

Yowza that wreath is amazing. The rest of the projects are pretty darn special too. Very cool that the nugget boxes fit inside the Box #2..never would have occured to me to put the two types together. Thanks for showcasing a set I've recently fallen in love with. My favorite thing to do with it...use with the matching punches and bitty buttons for faux build a brads! Discovered too that 2 of these images will fit on a jewelry tag punch piece too.

Gail said...

Love all your projects!
The wreath looks like it was a lot of work!

Melissa said...

Great projects, Tanya! Love your ideas for this itty bitty set! :) And beautiful wreath!

Sarah said...

WOW Tanya what gorgeous projects - and that wreath is amazing - wow! :-)

Twila said...

Tanya, love the itty bitty box for the nugget and I didn't know that 6would fit in that other box! I just love little stuff. Great job!

Holly/Rubber Redneck said...

Way too cute!!! Love all of them :)

Barbara Welch said...

I love all your projects, very nice job.

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails