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Blog Hop Wrap Up

June 29, 2009 Sarah Coggins

I had fun participating in Scrappin’ Mojo’s blog hop this past weekend. Ten of us hosted challenges on our blogs with chances to win small RAKs and one chance to win the grand prize of Bo Bunny scrapping goodies from Scrappin’ Mojo. Winners will be announced in the Scrappin’ Mojo Forum tomorrow by 12 noon.

Here are the projects I created for the challenges…

For Marcie’s challenge to complete at layout with a cute little nature animal and Stella’s challenge to use a non-alpha stamp on a layout.
Supplies: Recollections cardstock; Staz-On black stamp pad; Studio G stamp; Marvy LePlume markers; Micron black pen.

Terri challenged us to make a card. I made one that we will send to Trent’s younger brother after the baby arrives.
Supplies: Bazzill cardstock; miscellaneous white cardstock; Staz-On brown ink pad (edges); American Crafts letter stickers; QuicKutz Moxie font; Die Cuts with a View adhesive backed cardstock; TaDa patterned paper.

Tackled three with this layout of Trent’s softball season – Angela’s sports themed layout; Niki’s red, white & blue color scheme; and Diana’s sketch challenge.
Supplies: Cosmo Cricket patterned paper; Bazzill and misc cardstock; EK Success border punch & stickers; Martha Stewart Crafts sepia pen.

My final layout was for Jan’s challenge to scrap your most recent favorite photo and Sophia’s white only challenge. The latter took a lot of thinking especially since 99% of my scrapping supplies have some sort of color to them.
Supplies: Bazzill cardstock; EK Success corner punch; Prima flowers; Making Memories snaps; Basic Grey chipboard; white acrylic paint; Heidi Swapp chipboard.

I’ve been meaning to label these fabric bins in our laundry closet since we reorganized it last year. Danielle’s challenge to create a home decor project using scrapping supplies inspired me to finally get around to it.

And I made a tag for a similar bin we have in the nursery closet that currently holds all of the small toys.
Supplies: Paper Reflections tag; American Crafts ribbon; Die Cuts with a View adhesive backed cardstock; QuicKutz dies; Staz-On black stamp pad; Daisy Hill acrylic stamps; fiber from 7gypsies album packaging; Dymo label maker.

3 Comments

  • Ter June 29, 2009 at 10:44 am
    great job! :)
  • Jess June 29, 2009 at 3:03 pm
    Oh I love those bins! And all your layouts are so cute. It looks like the blog hop was so much fun, so sorry I missed it! Hope you're feeling good - thinking about you! :D
  • KarenSue June 29, 2009 at 9:00 pm
    these are terrific..I'm gonna have to take note for the next blog hop
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