Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop - October 11th!

Tuesday, October 11, 2011


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Featured on the Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop today is the ScoreBoard Vase 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:


Now that you've seen what the designer's have created, what unique thing would YOU do with this die?

Happy blogging!

29 comments:

debb said...

I can see a turkey tail for thanksgiving, a fab holder for my copic markers, and, if cut to individual pieces on the score line and stuck on a skewer, fab little flower labels (or decorative in a cake, etc).

Crystal said...

I would use it to hold treats.....
what fun!!!

cory.sheri said...

I would use it to make popcorn holders for our upcoming family movie nights!

Peggy said...

I would probably use it as a treat container or vase for beautiful handmade flowers. Thanks for the fun hop.
God bless,
Peggy Allen

Scrapycandy said...

I would make a marker holder...I sure need one. Hmmmm...I should try this!

Mandee said...

All the projects are so cute! I especially like the Halloween candy holder, and that's what I would use this alot for each holiday! But, for something unique, I would use the die to make a holder for some of my craft tools, like markers and pens.

Mandee

Eva said...

for sure some snack trays with these as the treat holders...love that idea, but I would also make some holiday themed vases as well.
Eva :0)
http://evasscrapsncards.blogspot.com

Ale's Creations said...

I'll make cupcake holders... yummy!

http://alescreations.blogspot.com

Olive Eyes said...

I would cut it out or acrylic and decorate for the holidays!

lm said...

I would make a treat holder for hostess gifts at home shows!!! so much fun!

Peppermint Rainbows said...

I would love to make a skirt and put these on the skirt in denims and cord fabrics. And make a matching broach or hair clip. I loove using the dies for wearable art as well as home dec. Oh they would be cute on a birthday banner too. Soo fun. Love the design.

Yaritza said...

I would make fall gifts will trail mix in it.

sharon g said...

I would like to make goody baskets that are decorated with paper die cuts. I love to make holiday tables special. sharon dot gullikson at gmail dot com

Alma Grogan said...

I would make flowers for all the vases in my house. Then I would make some for my sisters.

Kristen said...

I would use it for general party accents, as well as a way to hold homemade cookies to give as gifts for the holidays!

Donna Gibson said...

I especially like the crown that Bonnie made here...http://bonniebruns.typepad.com/bonnie-bruns/2011/10/fresh-vintage-blog-hop-eileen-hull-vase-die.html. It would be fun to make one for each of my friends when they have a birthday. They would all get to be Queen for a Day!!

Linda Carson said...

I would use it for party deco or a baby or wedding showers. I don't know who chose these designers but they were outstanding! I've gotten more ideas from these blog hops the past couple of weeks than any Spellbinder's hop!

Debbi Doodles said...

Since the shape of the vase die is curved, I can't help but wonder if you placed a bunch end to end if it would make a wreath! I can just see it decorated for all different holidays and seasons.

Shelley said...

Love it and all the ideas! I can see this die as party favours full of flowers made with suckers! Yummy. So many possibilities.

Chris Wooten said...

I would use it to make a vase and flowers..I also use my flower dies on head bands etc..

thanks for the chance and fun

mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com

Leilanie said...

I love all the designers ideas! What I would do with this die, is something I've been wanting to do: make mini folding fans that can be given away as party favors at a wedding or wedding shower.

Kim H said...

I would be making candy and snack holders for the rest of the events through new year's. you can make them match any event, holiday, or season. Thank you for the chance to win, and another great day at the blog hop.

Meredith said...

Now that i have seen Eileen's video i can see my Christmas gift giving is sorted. If I bake my Christmas cakes in terracotta pots then stencil some matboard in red, green and gold, using Christmas stencils, wrap up the pots in the vase die, finish with some stencilled tags from the movers and shapers range and Voila. Made with love and looks ab fab

Riette said...

My head is spinning from all the ideas! I love the place setting and cupcake wrapper ideas!!

Regina aka Mrs. Ham said...

I can see using this as place setting/treat holders for my child's birthday party.

Claudia said...

I think I'd make it into a little basket with a ribbon handle.
claudia matzke at hotmail dot com

Redayh said...

I would make 3-D wall art with it. I'd cut it in half and adhere it to flat canvas and fill it with flowers, sticks, vines, whatever.

Eileen Hull said...

Wow- I am getting such great ideas! Thanks everyone for the comments- these are things I never would have thought of. Please let me know if you make these and I'll be happy to post them on my blog! In fact, maybe I'll do a big linky party at the end of the hop for everyone to post their projects! Thanks guys...

ohmycrafts said...

Debbie Doodles... Congrats! You are the winner for October 11th! Please send your shipping information to contest@ohmycrafts.com to claim your prize. Thanks to everyone for participating!

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