Monday Montage Blog Hop – Week 67
Hello friends! Welcome back to the Monday Montage Blog Hop! You may have gotten here from the amazing Bree Renwick’s blog, make sure you select the “next” button below and that will take you to the next stop on the hop, the wonderful Dani Dziama’s blog. I am sure we all have something special to share today!
I just got home from OnStage 2016 in Salt Lake City! It was soooo much fun! Lot’s of fantastic inspiration and all my creative cells are on fire and ready to make some pretty things 🙂 It was a great week with friends too, laughing and just enjoying time together.
I didn’t make any swaps this year, I just brought a few cards for downline sisters and friends. I didn’t have a lot of time before my trip to put anything together so I made this simple project the night before I left for Salt Lake. It is so simple yet sweet and elegant. The gold embossed image makes it classy yet easy to put together.
The card features the swirly image gold embossed on the Whisper White card stock base. “Hello” is die cut from Soft Sky card stock and the hashtag is die cut from Island Indigo. They are connected with a staple. Silver thread is swirled behind the die cut images and attached to the card front with glue dots. The final touch are the rhinestones for extra bling 🙂
My second project is a cute gift bag I made for my BFF and roomie in SLC. I had a little gift for her and I needed something quick and easy to put it in. No stamping necessary, I just made a cute little topper to add to the top of a glassine bag.
This project features about 3/4 of a Tea Lace Doilie and a small gold Metallic Foil Doilie stacked on top of each other. Two small banners are punched out of Birthday Bouquet Designer Series Paper and Pool Party. A piece of Mint Macaron Dotted Lace Trim is folded accordian style under the mini banners. These are all stapled in a stack to the doilies. A bow is tied with doubled Whisper White Baker’s Twine and added. A Metal Rimmed Pearl is added too. The whole piece is attached to the top of a Sketched Dots Gift Bag. This went together in a few short minutes and looks soooo cute and extra special!
I hope you have enjoyed our projects and I am so happy to share a little bit of OnStage with you!
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