Tuesday, December 14, 2010

December Pals Hop - Birthday Theme


Welcome to the Decembert PALS HOP! This month, we're featuring Birthday themed projects for your inspiration! If you've hopped over from Patti Macleith, http://papercraftsbypatti.blogspot.com/, I'm stop number 4 on the PALS HOP and I'm glad you hopped in! I'll help you "hop along" from blog to blog where you'll find great ideas for papercrafted creations from the Stampin' Pretty Pals! Should you hop off course, simply click on any of the links in the PALS HOP LINE-UP below and you'll be back on track!

Melanie Collins -- www.oopsadaisydesigns.com
Barbara Chatzkel -- http://www.takeoutpaperarts.com/
Patti MacLeith -- http://papercraftsbypatti.blogspot.com/
Stephanie Uzee -- http://stampinwithsuzee.blogspot.com/
Dawn Gross -- http://dawnsthisnthat.blogspot.com/
Kylie Nicolosi -- http://www.kyliescraftycorner.blogspot.com/
Joanna Munster -- http://www.inspiredbystampin.com/
Linda Callahan -- http://www.stampinseasons.blogspot.com/
Mary Fish -- http://www.stampinpretty.com/
Sue Bendinsky -- http://www.mycolorcreations.com/
Gina Shaw -- http://www.cardsbyginashaw.com/


This month's Theme for the Pals Paper Art Hop is Birthday's! I was thrilled to create these projects as my youngest child Candice will turn 7 on Jan 15th. The theme for this hop was the perfect timing! I created 3 projects with Candice's favorite color....Orange. I have no clue where that came from but she loves it!


I created a Birthday Invitation, a Party gift bag (with matching tag and bow), and a party favor box filled with treats so she can give to her freinds.

Stamp Sets: Party This Way (CM-120609 WM-118744), Teeny Tiny Wishes (WM-115370), Circle Circus (WM-115778)

Cardstock: Pumpkin Pie (105117), Rose Red (102544), Whisper White (100730), & Sweet & Sour DSP (117390)

Ink: Pumpkin Pie (105216), & Rose Red (101778)

Cool Tools: Big Shot Die Cutting Machine (113439), Matchbox Die (114890), Two Tags Die (115954), Square Scallop Duo (120903), Lots of Tags 4 pack (114508), Corner Rounder Punch (119871), Ticket Corner Punch (119867), & Crop a Dile (108362)

Perfect Touch: 1/8” Pumpkin Pie Taffeta Ribbon (119253), & Jumbo Eyelets (108431)

Extra’s: Snail (104332) & Sticky Strip (104294)


Here is a close up of the bow that I found by Barbara Bellefleur at My Rubber Ideas












Thanks for hopping by, and please continue to hop along with my stampin pals!

14 comments:

  1. Stunning Stephanie! Your bow rocks ... gorgeous!

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  2. Fabulous projects, Stephanie! And such a fun color combination!

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  3. Wow - I have never seen a bow made from DSP - how cool! Great projects!

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  4. I think the bow is may favorite but I love it all.

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  5. Oh, wow, Stephanie, your projects are wonderful--especially that bow! And I, like your daughter, love orange too, and I'm not sure why!

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  6. Your projects are so beautiful. I'm an orange gal too. Hugs,

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  7. Hi Stephanie,
    More tropical colors!!! Yeah! I think the circles are among my top 10 sets. Love what you did with them. The bow out of DSP! OMG! That is just the best. Thanks for sharing it!
    Joan!!!

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  8. aren't those bows fun to make? i love the color combo. now, did you make the bag from scratch too? if so, please share! great birthday packaging. I hope Candice has a great birthday!

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  9. Orange would be my favorite too if I was receiving these projects. The bow is a great idea. Beautiful job. Your daughter will love them I'm sure.

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  10. Love the bow! Super cute ideas! Happy Birthday to your daughter. Hugs, J

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  11. Stunning. Love the color combination and the bow is to die for! Hugs, M

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  12. Adorable, adorable, adorable!! Hope your daughter loves it! I always hated Orange...until there was Pumpkin Pie. There is something crazy wonderful with that color, especially against other bright colors, as in the dp you've used. Love the Circle Circus on your bag, and the bow is gorgeous!

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