Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop - October 6th!

Thursday, October 6, 2011


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Featured on the Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop today is the Flower, Layers #9 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 was the most unique material used in today's projects?

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

Happy blogging!

25 comments:

Crystal said...

http://clearsnap.blogspot.com/2011/10/fresh-vintage-flower-tags.html

I love the different fabrics that can be used.... what great brooches these would make!!!

Crystal R.

Donna Gibson said...

I was very excited to see that the die would cut the glitter tulle here...http://clearsnap.blogspot.com/2011/10/fresh-vintage-flower-tags.html...on the Clearsnap blog. I've been collecting fabric remnants with the intent to make my own flower embellished throw pillows and thought I'd have to use a sewing pattern for the flowers! Instead I'm going to pull out my Big Shot and go to town!

Anne said...

I visited http://eileenhull.blogspot.com/ to learn about this die and technique. I thought the most unique material used was the Inked Wallpaper shown in the picture. I had never seen or read about using wallpaper, and would like to learn more about it. I also visited http://clearsnap.blogspot.com/2011/10/fresh-vintage-flower-tags.html, and love the 3D fluffy flower.

debb said...

I love the idea of mod podge on fabrics- brilliant (and I have some right here to give it a try!)

Eileen Hull said...

I liked the vellum flowers sprayed with mists done by Jean from Clearsnap. Cool and shimmery!

Regina aka Mrs. Ham said...

Another great hop. The most unique material, was the pop-up unicorn. Too cute.

http://karenburniston.typepad.com/i_am_not_lefthanded/

Debra said...

Being a fabric lover, the modge podge covered fabric really caught my eye! Took fabric in a unique direction!

Linda Carson said...

Jean with Clearsnap use of vellum was my favorite material used. Also, Ellen showed a board of endless materials used to create flowers. Each designer did an amazing job showcasing this die!

Coqueta Bonita Creation said...

I thought the fabric used at http://fabricbowsandmore.blogspot.com/

was unique. The way the fabric was folded to make it look more fluffy. Very cute and great idea!

AMY said...

definitely the modge podge covered fabric!! What a cool idea!!!

Deborah345 said...

Such a cute happy flower this die makes -

Peggy said...

The most unique to me was Jean at the Clear Snap blog. The material I liked the most was the vellum & glitter tulle. I also like her application of putting the flowers on tags.
God bless,
Peggy Allen

marla said...

On the clearsnap blog they showed all kinds of things being cut with this die but the one I really like is the fabric because you can make such great flowers but I was happy to hear about the Mod Podge because I think this will make my flowers stiffer.

NanaBeth said...

I'm going with the bubble wrap on Eileen's blog-http://eileenhull.blogspot.com/2011/10/sizzix-fresh-vintage-blog-hop-flower.html
.I've tried a lot of the others-soft drink cans being one of my favorites-but I would have never thought of trying bubble wrap.I have 6 Sizzix flower dies already so I'm trying the bubble wrap tonight!

Anita Braddock said...

I loved the vellum flower didnt think about using vellum that way but its very Beautiful. http://clearsnap.blogspot.com/2011/10/fresh-vintage-flower-tags.html

thanks for this great hop love all the flowers. thanks for sharing and for the chance to win,
abbraddock@msn.com

Christy J said...

This brooch is awesome:
http://candiecooper.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83474b42e53ef01539218aef2970b-pi

I love unique jewelry...never thought of using Sizzix dies for "parts" Thanks for the inspiration!

Denny said...

The most unusual material to me was the fabric covered in modge podge to basically make oil cloth. Very interesting.

For My Sweet Daughter said...

http://eileenhull.blogspot.com/2011/10/sizzix-fresh-vintage-blog-hop-flower.html
Soda cans! Wow.

Sempre Senhor Jesus said...

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um abraço ! Aqui do Brasil
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MyScrapMenagerie said...

I really love the patchwork fabric flowers that Fabric Bows and More made! http://fabricbowsandmore.blogspot.com/2011/10/sizzix-fresh-vintage-blog-hop-flower.html
What a great way to use up lots of fabric scraps you have laying around!

Jean O. said...

Loved Eileen's display of so many ways to use Flower Layers #9 - that's enough inspiration to guide me thru many more projects!

Paulette Still said...

I really love the pearlescent vellum at http://clearsnap.blogspot.com/2011/10/fresh-vintage-flower-tags.html.

ohmycrafts said...

NanaBeth... Congrats! You are the winner for October 6th! Please send your shipping information to contest@ohmycrafts.com to claim your prize. Thanks to everyone for participating!

Jen Carter said...

I really like the glittered tool from the projects for this die! I also loved the flowers cut with fabric! But the most UNIQUE thing that I saw cut with this die was pop soda cans! Wow!! That was creative!

Jen Carter said...

I forgot to leave the link to the pop can: http://eileenhull.blogspot.com/2011/10/sizzix-fresh-vintage-blog-hop-flower.html

I found the fabric used on several of the blogs!

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