Friday, September 25, 2015

Seasonal Snapshots at the Stampin' Addicts Winter Holiday Blog Hop

Three months ago, I was working on my New Catalog Blog Hop projects and my house started on fire. I lost a lot, but I am back! I am pretty excited to show you my projects for the Stampin' Addicts Winter Holiday Blog Hop, which I completed without a life changing incident. Bonus!



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You may have come from the previous stop by Paula with the Holly Jolly Greetings projects or you may be starting here. Either way, the plan is the same. "Hop" though a chain of 12 blogs to see 12 amazing products utilized by 12 amazing Stampin' Up! Demonstrators! Just click from one to the other in a big ol' loop!


I love the partnership of Stampin' Up! with Project Life, so I jumped on the chance to showcase the Seasonal Snapshot 2015 Cards, accessory kit, and stamp set. 



Here's my first page- my nephew Tim and I along with my uncles and my dad at the Deer Shack, the hunting headquarters for the Mattson Family. I had to use the orange plaids and the maple leaves as well as the header labeled Family Tradition. All of it wraps up my favorite November event. Notice, there are no dead deer photos. Tim and I have yet to see anything let alone do anything with it. 

Next Up- Pumpkin Carving- My favorite October Event. 

My pictures were terrible. I think the Project Life Cards hide that, hopefully. I had to use those cute Jack-o-lantern faces. My favorite things!

I also use the cards creatively in a quick, easy 3D project. 


I
 found this chalkboard at Target's Dollar Spot for $3. I then just used mini glue dots to adhere the cards and fun stuff. I also add magnet to the back of the wood pieces so that I could reuse them on the fridge. The quote is pretty perfect,

The card on the right features a 1 1/4" strip from a 4x6 card and a 3x4 card matted on Whisper White. The base is a regular card base of Island Indigo. Easy, quick, cute. My favorite kind.

My last projects are just that- Easy, Quick, and Cute cards using the Project Life cards and accessory kit. Who doesn't need Easy, Quick, and cute cards during the busy holiday season?



Well, that's all I have for now. I will have more info on Monday on this blog if you need it. Until then, check out the rest of the hops starting with Rhonda at the Stamping Bunny.


or go backwards to Paula's blog




Happy Stamping! 

Sara




7 comments:

  1. Fabulous projects, Sara! You really showcase the versatility of this pack. I am so glad that you are back!

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  2. Love your projects Sara! I love the project life stuff too and you showed this off great. Welcome back :)

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  3. I really like using the cards in the pack to make cards to send. Great way to use them all when you are done making pocket pages.

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  4. Sara, your projects are so fun! I love how you used the cards for items other than memory keeping. The chalkboard is an awesome idea!

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  5. Sara, Love the way you should the versatility of the Project Life cards. Great scarp pages. Love the Chalkboard art and the Christmas cards are great as well. So very glad that you and Mr bubba weren't hurt in the fire.

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  6. I just love what you did with this kit, Sara!

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  7. Clever and cute! Glad to have you hopping again!

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