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Crazy Crafters and Pootlers Blog Hop December 2015 - Occasions Catalogue Sneak Peek



Welcome to the Crazy Crafters & Pootlers Blog Hop for December. 

That's right, this month the Crazy Crafters and Poolters have combined to create an International Blog Hop! How exciting is it that we have the famous Pootles - Sam Hammond Donald and her team playing together with us. Sam is a truly amazing and very talented lady with a following all around the world.

Our Theme is "One" to show that with a limited amount of product you can still create amazing projects, our challenge is for us to only only use a combination of One Ink, One Punch OR Thinlet Die, One Stamp Set, One Designer Series Paper, One Cardstock. Here is my completed project:



I decided to dress up my Treat Box with a "Happy Birthday Balloon", I used a masking technique for the sentiment to fit, but you could just as easily choose not to add this and just have you lovely Treat Box - after all here is what is inside!


Products used from 2016 Occasions Catalogue:

Balloon Bouquet Punch
Balloon Celebration Stamp Set
It's My Party Designer Series Paper
Basic Black/Mint Macaron Baker's Twine


I hope you have found inspiration from my project. I would love to update you when I create a post! If you would like to receive an email from me when I do, you can subscribe for my updates here. Be sure to hop all the way around our International Hop as there are some amazing projects at are are sure to inspire and help you build your wish list for the 2016 Occasions Catalogue launch in Australia on January 5th. 

You may just be starting the blog hop here at my blog - Sue Vine or may have come from the person previous to me in the list. 


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Thanks for visiting today

For those that live in Australia - you can go shopping for all of your paper crafting supplies at my online store. Check out this amazing sale



If you use the Hostess code displayed at the top of my blog when you check out, you will be receive for a Thank You gift for for shopping with me - be sure to click YES that you allow me as your demonstrator to contact you in your account settings otherwise I won't be able to forward your Thank You gift.

Comments

  1. Just love your box Sue and my fav. choc's too. Angexx

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  2. Loving the box. This DSP stack, is my favourite one ever!

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  3. Love this! And that it holds four FRs perfectly!!

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  4. This is a really cool, bright box! Love it! xx

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  5. I love the 3D additions to this blog hop. Love the box, and the treats inside!!!

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