Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop - October 20th!

Thursday, October 20, 2011


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Featured on the Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop today is the Leaves 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 technique used in today's projects?

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

Happy blogging!

22 comments:

debb said...

That is a toss up today! I think the necklace was brilliant and unique but the candle flame was also because it changed the leaf to a flame

Crystal said...

My fave is Lorine Mason....love that necklace!!! Though the tree is pretty awesome too!!!

Eva said...

I Thought the candle flames were the most unique & I loved the idea!!!
Eva :0)
http://evasscrapsncards.blogspot.com

Regina aka Mrs. Ham said...

The most unique way of using these leaves was the Christmas tree. Love it...http://danieladobson.blogspot.com/

Anne said...

http://www.lollychops.com/lollychops/2011/10/loves-me-some-leaves.html
I love the way Lolly folded and the inked to make the veins, no mess or smears!

jan said...

Jonathon Fong had the most unique take on leaves by making candle flames with metal! A welcome surprise, fun techniques shared!

*Star said...

All of the projects were so unique and fun but the technique that stood out the most for me was Michelle Hill's. She used the dies on fabric and felt and that's something I never think to do. Thanks for the great blog hop and have a great day. :)

starspaperpassion.blogspot.com

Peggy said...

The most unique technique used was the flames of the candles by J Fong.
Peggy Allen

Eileen Hull said...

I LOVE all of these projects- they are really outside the box! And videos... we are really getting techy!

Vic said...

Candle flames! Super idea!

Anonymous said...

I love the use of the buttons and tiny beads in Tara's beautiful mobile. I especially like the bird :)http://taranoel.typepad.com/my-blog/2011/10/fresh-vintage-leaf-mobile.html
Kathleen

Sandy said...

They are all pretty good - but I fell in love with this out of the box candle flame project! http://www.stylewithasmile.tv/2011/10/sizzix-blog-hop-leaves/

Anita Braddock said...

I loved evryones projects and they are all Unique in there own way. but the making the camdle flame out of Copper was the coolist ever. thanks for sharing and for the chance to win.thanks for this very cool hop so many great ideas.
abbraddock@msn.com

Beverly S. said...

I liked the way Jonathan Fong thought "outside the box" and made candle flames. I've always tried to do this with my Sizzix dies to get more use from them. :)

Beverly S. said...

I liked the way Jonathan Fong used the leaf die to make candle flames. He was thinking "outside the box" which I've always done too with my Sizzix dies. That way we get more use from them. :)

Cyndi said...

The most unique technique in today's projects was to use the leaf die in all of the projects...the use of the leaf in today's projects, home decor,jewelry,etc., dislayed a high level of creativity.

Cynthia Jordan Brown

Maggi Minneman said...

I really liked the candles. http://www.stylewithasmile.tv/2011/10/sizzix-blog-hop-leaves/ from Johnathan's blog. Out-of-the-box idea for a leaf die! Great job.

Diane said...

Love them all, but the flame was so unique.

Frann said...

Many were unique but I think the metal flames on the candles takes the cake.

Tamalene Nelson said...

So many great ideas but I'ld have to say my favorite was Jonathon Fongs. I loved the candles. Those flames are a real winner. I viewed the blogs early today and I've all ready been to the craft stores to buy the items needed to make this. Thanks Jonathon for the awesome idea.

ohmycrafts said...

Anita Braddock... Congrats! You are the winner for October 20th! Please send your shipping information to contest@ohmycrafts.com to claim your prize. Thanks to everyone for participating!

Kim C. said...

I thought the flames were awesome but I really liked the way Daiela used it to make her winter Christmas Tree at http://danieladobson.blogspot.com/

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