Welcome to the Die-Versions and Sparkle N Sprinkle Blog Hop!
The joint blog hop with Die-Versions and Sparkle N Sprinkle begins today (7am EST) and goes until Aug 17th (5pm EST), so there will be plenty of time to check out all the great projects created by both teams. The theme is Christmas, so you'll get lots of great inspiration for your upcoming Holiday cards.
Die-Versions manufactures low profile dies made right here in the United States and Sparkle N Sprinkle manufactures rubber stamps, glitters, embossing powders, and flocking, also made in the US. This is like a match made in heaven - low profile dies combined with lots of bling! Doesn't get much better than that.
One winner will receive a Grand Prize consisting of a $50 gift certificate from Die-Versions and a $50 gift certificate from Sparkle N Sprinkle, for a total of $100. The winner will be announced on Aug 17th on both the DV Blog and the SNS Blog as well as their Facebook pages.
In order to be eligible for the Grand Prize, please:
- Leave a comment on each Designer's blog
- Follow both companies on Facebook (DV Facebook page; SNS Facebook page) if you haven't already so you can keep up to date on all the latest goings on. (I'm sure that all of the Designers would love for you to Follow them too, but that isn't a requirement to win this prize.)
You should have arrived here from Mary blog.
If not, then you should begin at the Die-Versions Blog and end at the Sparkle N Sprinkle Blog. If you get lost along the way, you can go to either the DV Blog or the SNS Blog to see the complete list of participants.
We'd love it if you'd like to leave a comment at either the DV Blog or the SNS Blog telling us which projects were your favorites. :-)
So I first stamped the trees over the white cardstock and heat embossed with Winter white EP. Then I stamped the same trees again and heat embossed with Frosted Juniper EP and hand cut them out.
The winter cottage was die cut from white cardstck and heat embossed with Winter Berry EP and then layered over the double sided glue sheet and Cloud nine glitter was added all around over the cut out adhesive surface. I misted the panel with blue mists and added some random sprickles of Cloud Nine glitter and Rapture blue glitter.
Then I arranged the card and added some pre- made stickers; lucky me as those PHP stickers were glittered with the same blue color as the one I used over my piece.
Your next stop on the blog hop is Archana
We hope you enjoy this blog hop and it gives you lots of inspiration! Don't forget to leave each of us a comment and follow both Die-Versions and Sparkle N Sprinkle on Facebook.