Friday, December 28, 2012

Hoppin' Into Spring

Welcome to the Stampin' Addicts Blog Hop featuring Stampin' Up!'s Spring Catalog! My Stampin' friends at Stampin' Addicts have designed an amazing group of projects for you. At each stop in the Hop, you'll view cards and projects presenting one of the stamp sets from the fabulous new Spring Catalog which starts January 1. You can start here or perhaps you've already been hopping from Kathleen's Blog featuring Feels Good. What an uplifting set of quotes. I love what she's done with them!

With the snow falling outside my northern Wisconsin window, it's a bit hard to think of Spring, but my projects today featuring, "A Little Bit of Spring," will certainly make you think of green grass and flowers.




 Isn't that little rabbit cute? Here's the other side of my swing egg:


Even cuter!

I made another card with a different color combination, which I found in the Tea for Two Designer Series Paper.

Island Indigo with So Saffron. I would have never thought of it myself, but it's beautiful.

My final project is a little Easter Basket.


I used the Petal Cone Die as the base for my basket. I wanted to put in eggs with the stamped wrappers, but didn't have any eggs that weren't neon. Lucky for me, Modge Podge and Newsprint Designer Series Paper came the rescue and I created my own pretty eggs.

I hope you liked my projects. Come back on Monday to get some more details and recipes. Until then, keep hopping! The next stop is at Kim's blog with the stamp set Collage Curios.

Thanks for visiting!
        

 Happy Stamping!


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16 comments:

  1. Total cuteness!! Adorable with pastels or bolder colors as in your second card. And those eggs---LOVE the newsprint wrapping!

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  2. Cute! Love the swing card so you can share more images and the newsprint wrapping on the eggs is truly inspired! TFS!

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  3. Your projects feel so Spring! Love the colors. That egg basket is just adorable!!

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  4. Very cute Sara. I loved using the Tea for Two DSP also, the color combos are great. Your Easter basket is fantastic. I will check back in a few days to see if you give us more tips on how you put it together. LOVE your eggs!!

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  5. You may have snow up to your keister, but you've definitely nailed Easter! How stinkin' cute these are!!! Love your solution to the neon egg problem, too. :-)

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  6. I love this set, too, and I am wild about the egg wrappers. Adorable!

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  7. Super Cute! Thank you for some ideas for Easter.

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  8. Super cute is right!! Love your basket too!

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  9. Sara, these are so sweet! What a lovely breath of spring!

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  10. So cute Sara! I never seem to buy the Easter sets but you are making me want this one.

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  11. Super cute use of this set! I really love that swing card! And those egg wraps are great!

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  12. Your swing card is adorable, Sara! Love the basket, too. Great idea to cover the neon eggs with the newsprint DSP.

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  13. Adorable bunnies Sara! The spinner egg is wonderful!! Pretty sure I'll need to make something like it with the set from the main catty! TSMFS!

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  14. I've been looking for ideas for the Petal Cone die - love the Easter basket.

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  15. Darling cards! And the modge podge eggs are beautiful AND clever!

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