Hey there Sister Friends!! What's new? SO glad you could join the Stampin' Sisterhood for our Springtime HOP!! As always, we are SO excited to share with you! Rubbernecker Stamps has a wide variety of stamps for your Spring and Easter projects!
The Stampin' Sisterhood has put together some AWESOME creations to share some of these images with you! I have a HOP ROUTE for you to follow and you can find it at EACH stop along the way, so you will not get lost! The ROUTE is below, along with MY creation! OK, in true HOP fashion, you will want to leave a little LOVE everywhere you visit! We want you to have a chance to win a PRIZE!
***You could WIN……………….
an AWESOME stamp set
Of your CHOICE!
***The winner will be announced,
on the Stampin' Sisterhood Blog ,
So you all have time to HOP!!
AWESOME, right? Well then, off you go, there is LOTS to see!! Hope you will join us in MARCH, for our NEXT HOP!! We cannot wait to do some MORE sharing and prize giving!! Until then, be sure to check out the daily posts on the Stampin' Sisterhood blog!! There is LOTS of inspiration to be found! Thanks again for joining us today and ENJOY!!
- Bev Gerard
- Charlene Driggs
- Charlene Merrick
- Ellen Taylor (you are here)
- Jacquie Peifer
- Jen Charboneau
- Jennifer Cuthbertson
- Joan Ervin
- Julia Aston
- Juliana Swanson
- Karen Hunsaker
- Kecia Waters
- Kittie Caracciolo
- Stampin' Sisterhood
Now that you have all the hop details here is what I whipped up for you all....
It's that time to start thinking about Easter projects! I put this sweet little basket together using the directions from the resources section on Splitcoaststampers found here. First I stamped a cute little Easter egg from the Rubbernecker's Easter Inchies sku:436 with Versamark randomly over the box. The ribbon wasn't narrow enough for my basket so I used some Scor-tape on it and folded it in half and adhered it over a Martha Stewart Border Punch.
I punched a 2 -1/2" circle and cut a small piece of the bottom for a straight edge, so it would be flush with the bottom and sponged it with Memento Dandelion ink. The pretty die cut behind Rubbernecker's adorable Bunny w/ Hat SKU:565-08 is from Spellbinders Shapeabilities-Parisian Accents. I colored the Bunny with Copics and popped it up with 3d dots.
For the handle, I punched 2 strips of card stock with a Martha Stewart border punch and butt the edges up when I adhered them to the handle. I covered the seam with some pretty pink Ric Rac. I secured the handle with a brad on each end from my stash. Whenever I put a box together I always use a strong adhesive like Scor-tape.
Of course you can't give a basket of goodies without a card so here is a card to match! That's it for me but don't forget to check out what my uber talented Sisters have created for your viewing pleasure and leave them some love! Who knows maybe you will be the one to win free stampin' goodies!!
I am entering this in the
Scrappy Frogs Challenge Blog-
They are challenging you to use die cuts. I used Spellbinders Shapabilities Parisian Accents.
Thanks for stopping by and have a most fabulous day!
Stamps~ All Rubbernecker- Easter Inchies sku:436, Bunny w/ Hat sku:565-08
Paper~ light Purple, White, Classic Crest
Ink! Memento Tuxedo Black, Memento Dandelion, Versamark
Copics~Hat and Bow-R81, R83, R85. Bunny- C1, C3, C5, Ears and Cheeks-R11, R20, Flowers on Hat-E25, E27, Y06, Y15, BV000, BV01, BV04
Accessories~Spellbinders Shapabilities, Sizzix Embossing Folder, Rhinestone, Yellow Ribbon, Pink Ric Rac, Brads, Scor-tape, Martha Stewart Border Punch, 2-1/2" Circle Punch, Sponge