Thursday, August 13, 2015

CDBZ August "Baby" Blog Hop

It's time for our Craft-Dee BowZ August Blog Hop!
The Design Team is excited to share some fabulous "baby themed" inspiration with you. Visit our blogs, leave a comment and you could win a 25 yard spool of yummy ribbon!

Start at the Craft-Dee BowZ  Blog for quidelines and prize information.   From there you will visit each of the design team member blogs listed below.  If you get lost along the way just refer back to the Craft-Dee BowZ Blog for links.

Enjoy the hop and don't forget to leave a comment on each of the listed blogs. Our team is small, so it won't take long and you'll see wonderful inspiration along the way!

Here is my vintage baby card inspiration...

"Lullaby"

I love vintage and nothing is more vintage than Graphic 45 papers!  This card is made with leftovers in my stash from the Baby 2 Bride Collection.  The cradled babies remind me of  the lullaby, "Rock A Bye Baby".  The chipboard "Lullaby" is covered with Gesso, Acrylic Paint and Perfect Pearls.  The angle of the word and music notes made it a perfect fit for my card.  A few die-cuts and a tinted rose along with vintage corners embellish the card.  I also inked the edges of the papers to enhance the vintage appearance.  The multi loop bow was created using my wonderful Craft-Dee BowZ Bow Making Tool.

I hope my card has inspired you in some way.
Enjoy our August Craft-Dee BowZ Blog Hop
Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Craft-Dee BowZ " Hope...Believe...Dream" Canvas

I'm up on the Craft-Dee BowZ Blog today with my August Design Team inspiration.  August?  Where did June and July go?   This month, we are working with yellow, lavender, and mint green ribbons along with stencils on our projects.
 
I chose to make an altered canvas wall hanging using one of my favorite stencils...
"Hope, Believe, Dream"

I used lots of spray mists to give the background coat some shimmer.  Next, I placed the stencil and used inks over the entire area.  Before removing the stencil, I added glass bead gel over the flower area. It gives great texture and a unique appearance when it has dried.  I removed the stencil, let the glass bead gel completely air dry and added some extra color to the flowers.  To finish off the flowers, I used green Flower Soft at the top of each stem just below the flower base.  This is another great product for adding texture to projects.  The butterflies are die-cut from glitter paper and vellum.  I used three die-cut words as the quote and added a few sequins for more texture.  The yellow ruffled trim is hot glued around the perimeter of the canvas. The final embellishment is the lovely lavender bow created with my Craft-Dee BowZ Tool
 
Featured Product

From my stash... 
Cheery Lynn Mini Dimensional Butterflies Die-Cut
Close To My Heart Ink - Sorbet, Taffy
Design Team Product - Ribbon, Ruffled Trim, Sequins
Flower Soft - Green
Liquitex Glass Bead Gel 
My Little Yellow Bicycle Die-Cut Words
Prima Mulberry Rosse and Stencil
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist
Other: Oval canvas

I hope I have inspired you today with my "Hope, Believe, Dream" canvas.

Thanks for stopping by!

Join our August Challenge, "Anything goes and include a handmade bow."  You could be our challenge winner and receive a Craft-Dee BowZ Badge for your blog sidebar!

Stay tuned for Craft-Dee BowZ August Blog Hop!



Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Craft Hoarder's Anonymous Blog Hop Team!

ANNOUNCING... 


Welcome...exciting news for all you paper craft hoarders out there! On the 5th of every month, beginning September 5th, a fantastic group of hoarding crafters will be participating in an inspirational Monthly Blog Hop! We will share projects with you, show you how we are using up our hoarded supplies, and encourage you to dig into your own stash! Our goal is to inspire you to "USE IT UP!" 

Each month, you will start at Gloria Stengel's Blog and hop through 20 amazing blogs. The participating crafters will share projects in all styles and media types, using both old and new product! Some designers will share tutorials; some will share storage solutions; some will share how to use your scraps and leftovers; some will share videos. There is a wealth of experience and creativity among these crafters! Many of the designers are on popular manufacturing teams and a few are part of exceptional challenge blogs. I hope you will take the monthly journey with us, and DE-HOARD your supplies!

Here is the list of the participating Bloggers.  Be sure to hop along and say hello! We will share our first projects on September 5th!

Gloria Stengel
Vicki Robertson
Debbie Seyer
Ginny Nemchak
Pam Bray
Jacquie Southas
 Glenda Brooks
 Amber Milone
Tracey Sabella
 Donna Idlet
Bonnie Garby
Nancy Dynes
Wendi Robinson
Teresa Horner
Kathy Clement
Jan Ennenga
Barbara Rankin
Karen Zueger-Brownell
Marisa Job
Christy Houser

We hope you'll join us on the 5th of every month as we share our crafty inspiration with you!
Excited to be a part of this venture!

Thanks for stopping by...

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