Thursday, 1 December 2011

Pretty Little Blog Hop with Pretty Little girls




Hello, dear Pretty Little Studio friends!
Today we are inviting you to our Pretty Little blog Hop and we are sure you can find a lot of Holiday's inspiration here.
If you came from Leanne's Alinson blog- you are on the right way. If not- go to Pretty Little Studio blog  for the full blog list.
 Be sure to be my follower as you can win 10$ in Pretty Little Studio shop if you are my follower and comment here.
You can also win 25$ Grand Prize if you follow all the hop blogs and comment there- this proze will be drawn in PLS blog. You have till December 5 th to comment!
As we are Jewish and don't celebrate X- mas, I made a little  kid's craft- very easy and quick place cards for any family party.
I used the blue shades from Antique Store paper collection as Hanukkah fits those colors, but actually you can use any colors tou want, as faras they are Pretty Little Studio ones (lol)
So here is this fast project- make it with your kids!
Product list:
Pretty Little Studio Antique Collection Collection paper
Maya Road big Buttle Cap and Medium Spools
Ribbons
Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Tool Round 14, Bubble caps and Vintage Settings
Small letter stickers
Now a few step tutorial for this project:
1. Cut a circle to fit the Bottle cup, don't need to be  perfect as we add ribbon inside and it covers  any problem with a circle. Glue it inside the " tray".
2.Glue some ribbons on the outeside too as shown
3. Make 3 strips of patterned paper and cover the spools as show, make a flag shape on the end.
Add names using small letter stickers
4. Make 3 Round epoxies with EC tool, gluw them to the vintage settings and then glue it over the spools. Your project is done and you can add as many family members as you wish with more spools.
After the meal just keep all place cards  on the meatl tray for the future use.

Ready for some more Christmas inspiration from the Pretty Little Studio girls?


Visit each of these blogs for additional holiday projects, and be sure to leave a comment at each stop. Each of us will be giving away a $10 gift certificate to the PLS store, and there will be a grand prize $25 gift certificate awarded to one lucky person who comments on the PLS blog
our next stop is  Elise Lindsey- go there for much more inspiration
And remember- you need to be a follower and to comment to be eligible for the win  from the shop
See you and Happy Holidays!


24 comments:

Heather said...

This is so cute!

Gina M said...

Very beautiful project!

Maria said...

very pretty
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Cynthia said...

Love that blue--gorgeous color! Really cute idea too! :-)

agravette said...

this is so adorable! i love the idea! thanks for the chance to win!

Rene Foust said...

Very cute!

Margie said...

The little spools are great!

Sephora said...

What a cute idea, thanks for the tutorial :)

Bonita Rose said...

such a beautiful project... love it!

photochic said...

I love the little pennets coming out of the spools! It's so cute- I have that paper from PLS and I love it! :)

curlyqmosaics said...

I love the blue papers you used, perfect for Hanukkah! Very cute idea, TFS!

Gretchen said...

Great idea so you can keep the name plates to reuse!

Sandy said...

What a wonderful idea!!!!! I see so many fun different crafts on this blog hop! And they are all fairly easy to do.....right up my alley! Happy Holidays to you and yours!!!!!!

Laura Read said...

Thanks for being part of the blog hop and giveaway!

Ange said...

Cute, fun craft!

Sherri said...

that's very unique!

blsd2scrp said...

fun project! thanks for the hop!

Lisa C. said...

Cute project and I love the papers you used! Fun hop :)

Lisa's Creative Niche said...

Wow! These are beautiful, love the color! Thank you!
Lisa
lisascreativeniche at gmail.com

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Wow uber cute!!!!

kern said...

Very clever! I really like the little "tops" you added. Definitely am going to have to try this!! Thank you for sharing--k

Dena said...

Such pretty colors! TFS!

Aloha,
Dena
http://missdjones.blogspot.com/

perezmom said...

What great ideas in your little project!

michelle logan said...

Awesome idea!!

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