Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop - September 27th!

Tuesday, September 27, 2011


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Featured on the Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop today is the ScoreBoard Album die! Click on the link above to view the designs.


After you check out the different projects, make sure to answer the question below for a chance to win the Flower, Layer #9 die from the Fresh Vintage collection! 

 Today's question is:

What is your favorite technique you saw used in today's projects?

Make sure to include the link back to the blog you visited. 

Happy blogging!

19 comments:

silvia said...

I absolutely adored Jen Goode's project at http://www.jgoode.com/happy-halloween-wall-decor/.
I LOVE how she thought out of the box and used the die to create an awesome Halloween wall hanging.

Silvia

Jennifer Priest said...

I loved Jen Goode's idea of using the dies to cut wood!! http://www.jgoode.com/happy-halloween-wall-decor/

Eileen Hull said...

I love all of the projects. Hard to pick...

Scrapacat said...

I loved that Jen Goode used balsa wood in her project. http://www.jgoode.com/happy-halloween-wall-decor/ It is a wickedly good project!
~ky
scrapacat at yahoo dot com

Monika Wright said...

Are you silly, each of these designers is so creative I couldn't possibly pick a fave!

Anita Braddock said...

I loved Candices project. loved it. she cut to many and then she was able to enlarge it.loved that.she also using the glitter liners. and the way she did the colrs. thanks for the chance to win.
abbraddock@msn.com

Deneen said...

I love all the projects but my favorite technique was on th J. Goode blog. Cutting balsa wood and using Rit Dye to color the wood. I also like how Hydrangea Hippo's blog used the Chevron template. Thanks for the chance.

jdkentinc at aol dot com

Linda Carson said...

Each one was quite unique, creative & inspirational! I liked Jennifer's use of the templates w/spray for a soft background. Also, her inside pages gave the album the perfect touch! (http://hydrangeahippo.blogspot.com/)

Bunnyfreak said...

Love the idea of using spray dye to color the book binding at http://juliesopenwindow.blogspot.com/

Riette said...

I love Jen's frame from wood. Very striking. All the albums are amazing

Chris Wooten said...

Yes I agree love, love, love favorite technique was on th J. Goode blog. Cutting balsa wood and using Rit Dye to color the wood.

How fun though were all the projects

favorite technique was on th J. Goode

Just too cute
mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com

Amanda said...

Another fan of Jen's use of balsa wood. I never even thought about die cutting that material. It's opened up a whole new area for me! http://www.jgoode.com/

Kimberly said...

Loved seeing them all, but especially loved visiting Eileen's blog: http://eileenhull.blogspot.com/2011/09/sizzix-fresh-vintage-blog-hop_26.html The binding is fabulous, and forming those pocket pages is so quick and easy! tfs Kimberly

Julia Cheang said...

This hop is very inspirational - showcasing diverse style and approach. I think Jen Goode's approach (http://www.jgoode.com/happy-halloween-wall-decor) is very creative and original. I also like the way stencils are use to add dimensions by Julie (http://balzerdesigns.typepad.com/balzer_designs/2011/09/sizzix-blog-hop-painted-photo-album.html) and Jennifer (http://hydrangeahippo.blogspot.com/2011/09/sizzix-fresh-vintage-blog-hop-day-1.html).

Cindy Rippe said...

It has to be Jen Goode's project for me. http://www.jgoode.com/happy-halloween-wall-decor/
I wish I had the time to make one for myself! Maybe next year :)

Handmade Creations by Stephanie said...

Loved all the projects so many great ideas!!! To hard to pick just one!!!

Donna Gibson said...

I really liked the 3D felt flowers on Jennifer Priest's book here... http://hydrangeahippo.blogspot.com/2011/09/sizzix-fresh-vintage-blog-hop-day-1.html. I have that die and can't wait to try it with felt!

ohmycrafts said...

Linda Carson... Congrats! You are the winner for September 27th! Please send your shipping information to contest@ohmycrafts.com to claim your prize. Thanks to everyone for participating!

glenda said...

The absolute most awesome was the halloween door decoration and wall decor by Jen Goode at www.jgoode.com/happy-halloween-wall-decor/. I am encouraged to try my had at it for this year's spooky halloween!!!

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