Welcome to Stick It Down’s November blog hop! Several of our design team members have created projects to share with you using any of our past SID sketches. If you’ve never participated in a blog hop before, you’ll “hop” from blog to blog to visit each designer’s page and project. You’ll leave a comment at each stop along the hop. The hop will end right back here where you started, where you can comment to let us know you’ve completed the hop and you’re entered to win the grand prize. You have until Monday November 23 at 11:59pm to complete the hop. The winner will be announced on or before November 25.
We have several prize packages and one grand prize lined up! Paper Wings Productions is generously sponsoring our blog hop and is offering a $25 gift certificate to the online store!
Paper Wings Productions is owned by Carrie Edelmann Avery. All of the PWP stamps are produced in the USA and are made using the highest quality materials. You can check out the PWP online store to see the red rubber cling stamps and the clear photopolymer stamps!
Are you ready to get started? Here is the order of the hop, in case you get lost:
So, Welcome to My Little Craft Blog! I’m so happy you are visiting with me. You should have arrived from Alison’s blog. If not, click on Marci’s name at the top of the above list and check out all the awesome projects in the hop. (Remember to leave each designer a comment so you can be eligible for the prizes.)
For this hop, we were to look through all the sketches on the Stick it Down challenge blog and choose one for our project. That was cool! What fun to browse through all the past sketches! You can find them all using the tabs on the top of the SID blog. There are lots of great sketches there. I chose to use this one that I had created for the November single page scrapbook layout:
I got to use the awesome Winter Mix it Up stamp set from our sponsor, Paper Wings Productions! Thank you so much, Carrie! The set has several snowflakes in it. I arranged them on my acrylic block and stamped them randomly onto white card stock, and then punched squares out of that paper. The Christmas tree is from page 70 of the Create a Critter 2 Cricut cartridge, and the paper pad is Merry and Bright by Pink Paislee.Here is the inside sentiment.
Don’t forget to leave a comment on each designer’s blog to be eligible for the prizes. I’m offering a little candy myself for people who leave a comment here and are followers (or become followers) of my blog. It’s a little surprise prize packet.
(edit – I’ll announce the winner on Wednesday, the 25th!)
Thanks again for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed your stay and come back often. Your next stop on the hop is the very talented Ronna. Good luck! I hope you win!