Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop - October 13th!

Thursday, October 13, 2011


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Featured on the Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop today is the Flower, 3D Wrapped 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 questions is:


What new tip or trick did you learn from today's projects?

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

Happy blogging!

40 comments:

debb said...

The painted coffee filters amazed me - as well as the light flowers- genius!

Crystal said...

Loving the string of lights..... I learned I don't have to use all of the diecut pieces.... I have a tendency once I cut them I thinkI have to utilize all the pieces together...waste not, want not!!!

Gina said...

I thought using the 3D flowers to cover the bulbs on a string of lights was a great idea. I will have to try it!

Nancy said...

Thanks for the tip on the coffee filters. Great die. Nancy P.

Vic said...

Using the coffee filters was a ggreat tip.

Yaritza said...

I liked how Jen created the hair accessories and even used them to decorate the outside of the box. Very clever. Thanks for the chance to win.

Jen's link
http://jensinkspot.blogspot.com/2011/10/sizzix-fresh-vintage-blog-hop.html

Jill said...

I love the wreath on Created From Paper! I love the colors. Feels so fall :)

Tammy Jones said...

Wow! Cutting fabric is really neat!! Can't wait to try it!


http://heppnerstudio.blogspot.com/2011/10/sizzix-r-fresh-vintage-blog-hop.html

Ceci V. said...

I think that the coffee filter technique is amazing, what a great idea to be more resourceful with what we already have at home.

Eileen Hull said...

I love all of them- such great designs and show all of the options for using this die... yay designers!

Maria said...

using coffee filters, I would never thought of that

Linda Carson said...

Your designers showcased this die to the max! I learned you can certainly cut more than paper! Gotta go to Hobby Lobby for fabric and felt....!

Beth W said...

Loved all the projects and hard to pen down a favorite. I learned that there is a lot I can do with fabrics. Loved the tulle that Jen used. The lace slipper Debra did is exquisite and I never would have thought of using lace for the flowers.

http://www.debraquartermain.com/ceoblog

ParkNSlide said...

Loved the little paper angels---so cute!

turleyH2O said...

The coffee filter flowers are awesome!!!

clovergirl said...

I'm just so amazed to see what can be do with so many products,coffee filters,paints...guess you know what I'm doing tonight after I set the coffee maker for hubby.Looks like fun. Rita J.

rosemary said...

I guess I must agree with some of the others, the coffee filters flowers were neat and really don't seem to hard to make! Thanks for the idea!

Rosemary

clovergirl said...

Coffee filters are more fun for flower than using for coffee, thanks for all the great tips.Looking at this link open my eyes to so manys things I can do and make as well.

Marla said...

I loved the coffee filter trick and how great it looks cut out of felt!

Vivian said...

The flowers in 3-D may seem difficult but it is very easy to do!Thanks for giving us tips.

Linda said...

I learned that one Sizzix die can be used to make LOTS of different flowers! Wow! From artsy to Halloweeny to feminine wedding style, they are beautiful!! Thank you for sharing. I would love this die now that I have seen these tips!

Kim H said...

The coffee filter flowers were awesome. I loved how they looked and the colors were great. Thank you forthe chance to win.

http://eileenhull.blogspot.com/

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Today I learned how easy it is to cut fabric with your Sizzix Dies. I fell in love with Carol's angels. Check them out here http://heppnerstudio.blogspot.com/

Marceline's Finest said...

loved the hairband for the gift and decoration combo very smart!

Elizabeth Gairdner said...

I learned that you can use the dies on felt, I had heard about using them on stiffened fabric, but I have been using only paper, will have to try the felt and broaden my base.

http://jensinkspot.blogspot.com/

I also learned that you can use non-traditional materials, like coffee filtres, I help out at the school, and this would be a wonderful option for a class project.

http://eileenhull.blogspot.com/2011/10/sizzix-fresh-vintage-blog-hop-3d-flower.html

Thank you very much for the opportunity to learn to look at craft possibilities in a new light and for the opportunity to win this beautiful die!

Blessings, Elizabeth

Elise said...

Coffee filters are such fun and I loved the newspaper type print as an alternate layer. There are so many different types of printed paper that could be used in this design. Will be keeping my eye out for interesting prints.

beverlyd said...

I learned many great techniques..but the one I think I will use the most is the coffee filters and paint...beautiful! the blog I found it on is: http://eileenhull.blogspot.com/2011/10/sizzix-fresh-vintage-blog-hop-3d-flower.html

ScrappySuZQ said...

I loved the use of the flower as a hat for the little felt mousekin. Great to see all the unique ideas.

Peggy said...

I would of never thought to use the flowers for light garland. That was very clever. Thanks for the fun hop and chance to win.
God bless,
Peggy Allen

glenda said...

the coffee filter flowers blew my mind! who would have thought to do that?? Wow!!

Anonymous said...

http://web.mac.com/sandylaipply/Site_2/Home.html

I really loved Sandy Laipply's use of the 3D Flower on the paper mache boxes....very beautiful.

Barbara
bmarsteen@cox.net

Anita Braddock said...

I learned that you can put light in and make it a string of light and flowers. just Amazing thanks for sharing all the great projects and for the chance to win.
abbraddock@msn.com

Ginny said...

I never knew I could cut fabric. http://heppnerstudio.blogspot.com/2011/10/sizzix-r-fresh-vintage-blog-hop.html

Corina Daily said...

Love the hair clips thought this was a great idea my girls would love this!!!!

http://jensinkspot.blogspot.com/2011/10/sizzix-fresh-vintage-blog-hop.html

annielizs said...

I would not have thought to use the gold mist for a shimmery affect, that's really cool!

elena said...

una bellissima idea!

Deb Long said...

I love the idea of "upcycling" old jeans to create embellishments!

Theresa said...

HOW KNOW COFFEE FILTERS COULD DO MORE THAN MAKE A GOOD CUP OF COFFEE.THANKS FOR THE AMAZING IDEA.

ohmycrafts said...

Beth W... Congrats! You are the winner for October 13th! Please send your shipping information to contest@ohmycrafts.com to claim your prize. Thanks to everyone for participating!

Lorine Mason said...

Makes me want to drink less coffee and craft more...Perhaps a great solution for us caffeine addicts. Thanks for the inspiration!

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