Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Pals Blog Hop- 3-D items

Welcome to the August Pals Hop! This month, we're featuring fun and creative 3-dimensional projects! Enjoy the hop and the amazing creations that the Pals have come up with. 

You've likely hopped over from Rae Harper at http://wildwestpaperarts.com/, I'm stop number 13 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 3-D paper projects 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!
2. Nicole Watt at http://www.impressionsbynicole.com/
3. Barbara Chatzkel at http://www.takeoutpaperarts.com/
4. Jason Casper at http://www.stampindad.com/
5. Melanie Collins at http://www.oopsadaisy.typepad.com/
10. Leah O'Brien at http://www.leahobrien.com/
17. Martha Stewart at http://www.seasonsofstamping.com/


I love to make 3-D projects.  There's just something that makes me warm and fuzzy inside when I look at something I made.  Here are a few of my recent projects.  We made this at a recent workshop.  It's the onboard journal from the new catalog.  It features a lot of new products- the pennant parade stamp set, pennant builder punch, chocolate chip polka dot ribbon and the just add cake designer series paper.


This is a mobile that I made for Saige's room (it's a Pottery Barn knock off- I just couldn't stomach paying the amount they were asking when I knew I could just make it myself).  I used the butterfly sizzix regular die and the colors blushing bride, sahara sand and whisper white.  I'm still trying to share my stampin' space with Saige.  The room was already gray and pink so it worked out perfectly that we had a little girl.  I lucked out and found the rings as a mobile in the clearance section at hobby lobby.  I cut off the existing mobile pieces and tied up my own.

And, I figured most of you would want to see some more of her bedroom.  Here's her bed.  My mom made the bedding and she did such an amazing job.  I wasn't finding the black and white bedding that I wanted so I asked my mom and she came through with flying colors!  If you're looking for custom bedding send me a message and maybe my mom can create something for you too.  Thanks mom!




Hop along for more inspiring ideas from Pam Giudici at http://www.pamshobby.blogspot.com/, stop number 14 on the July PALS HOP! Thanks for "hopping" by!

9 comments:

  1. Your bedding in black and white is so cool! I love that idea. Any other colors can be added. Kudos to grandma for making these up! Your mobile is sweet! I love your journal, too!

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  2. Very cute projects!! I just love how anything with the Pennant suite is so fun, festive, and cheery!

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  3. Kylie, your Mom did a beautiful job with the bedding and you did an amazing job with the projects. Love the mobile that you created out of butterflies and the onboard journal. Thanks for sharing!!

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  4. What a fun journal with all your details. Love lovelove the mobile with all the pretty butterflies. Thanks for sharing such great projects.

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  5. WOW! Kylie! Great job with this. Love the colors and how it jazzes up the notebook!
    Mike

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  6. I've always enjoyed the look of altered chipboard, notebooks, etc. Yours is perfectly done and looks fabulous! I see where you got your talent from ... Mom! Wow, she did an awesome job with Saige's bedding as you did with her mobile!

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  7. So, so cute!! Thanks so much for a peek into Saige's nursery.

    Hugs, M

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  8. Your mom did a beautiful job on the bedding! Thanks for sharing! Did you know that 'thirty-one bags' has a pattern that would match beautifully if you need some items for organization or storage for all of those toys that go along with a baby!

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