Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop - November 1st!

Tuesday, November 1, 2011


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Featured on the Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop today is the ScoreBoard Caddy 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 unique tip or trick did you learn from today's projects?

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

Happy blogging!

30 comments:

Crystal said...

I love the idea of putting two together and making a caddy of sorts.

Sheri W said...

Today I'm excited to say that I learned clay can be used in the Sizzix. Jen Goode's take on this challenge blows me away. I can't wait to try it.

Eileen Hull said...

Lots of cool techniques here. The clay is an interesting material that I will have to try- thanks Jen Goode. Also felt from Monika... Of course if I ever need a finger puppet stage, I will consult with Jonathan :-)

Icurkapicurka said...

I like the pencil and note holder, it's a very good idea, I would like to try it. Actually this gave me a new idea:-)

Jamie said...

i learned that you can use clay in the sizzix from http://www.jgoode.com/clay-wall-hanging-flower-pots/ what an awesome idea!!
-jamie
babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

Anita Braddock said...

I love the wreath Idea. I have made wreathe for xmas and other times and putting it on the wreath you can sure add santa and or packages to it. thanks for this very cool Hop. I have had fun and gain so much. lots of great ideas.
thanks for sharing and for the chance to win
abbraddock@msn.com

marla said...

I learned that you can use clay in the Sizzix!! What a great machine and fun thing to have.!!

Sandy said...

Wow, today I learn to think outside the box and use my dies for more than just my first thought. I will have to go home and try out new things with my dies.

Anonymous said...

I love julie mcguffee's caddy! I learnt i can stamp on board.
Chichat25@hotmail.com

rebecca said...

I love the idea of back to back caddies. This makes it SO useful!

Nancy Guse said...

The finger puppet theater WOW! and the clay pots. I don't know which one to do first? Awesome ideas! The caddy was great too.

Carol Theng said...

Wow!!! All the projects are so nice.. Learnt that clay and felt can be used. Love that I can combine many Sizzix caddies together to form a decoration piece. Was always wondering what to use this caddy for since its so small..Now me have lots of ideas..

Rose said...

WOW... clay... this is so exciting! Can't wait to see the tutorial on how to run clay threw the big shot... amazing!

Frann said...

This was the best set of projects in all the weeks of the blog hop. My favorite was the wall hanging flower pot. I never would have thought to use clay in my Bigkick!

ScrappySuZQ said...

Very excited to see Jen using clay in the Big Shot. Lot's of possiblities popping into my brain right now. Jonathon's finger puppet theater was out of this world too. So many talented artist.

bernshwag said...

I had no idea that clay can be used in the Sizzix! Wow totally amazed and blown away! Love everyone's ideas, thanks for the inspiration! Thanks for the chance to win!

Hugs,
Candi
bernshwag@yahoo.com

bernshwag said...

Sorry forgot to leave to link back to Jen's blog...http//wwwjgoode.com/clay-wall-hanging-floor-pots/

Thanks again!
Candi
bernshwag@yahoo.com

Holly Hudspeth said...

I learned and just love the idea of putting two of the cuts back to back to make a caddy. I had not thought of that. http://juliemcguffee.blogspot.com/2011/10/scoreboard-die-caddy-project.html

debb said...

I am running for my clay! Love all the caddies but the clay one has me sooooo intrigued! Can not wait to try it with my sizzix!

Monika/Buzsy said...

What a fabulous die! Love the different ideas. While I am not as fun as I should be, Jonathan Fong's idea of making a stage was just fabulous! So clever!

Dolly said...

I never knew that clay could be used with the Sizzix (http://www.jgoode.com/clay-wall-hanging-flower-pots/)! It opens up whole new world of ideas! Thanks so much for that and all the beautiful projects today!

csparky61 said...

I loved seeing the effect of adding ink with the sea sponge. I have inks, but do not tend to use them often, I love finding new ideas to use them.
csparky61@yahoo.com

Melissa Bove (SCS ~ Melissa1872) said...

Wow! All the projects were amazing! I was really surprised to learn about the clay in the Sizzix! That is just too awesome!!

Susie said...

I learned how easy it was to make a caddy... everything was oh so lovely!

http://lilybeanpaperie.typepad.com/lilybeans_paperie/

helen said...

I love this caddy, using Lilybean Paperie's idea, I could make sweet cards for my Aunt Mary to use at her nursing home.

Peggy said...

Today I learned that you can turn a ScoreBoard Caddy die into a puppet theater. That is amazing creativity from Jonathan. Thanks for the fun hop and chance to win.
God bless,
Peggy Allen

Regina aka Mrs. Ham said...

There were so many wonderful projects. I learned that I can cut wood veleer with my dies.

http://www.stylewithasmile.tv/2011/10/how-to-make-a-finger-puppet-theatre/

Katie said...

I love the ideas of grouping them together either to hang or to use on a desk. Very neat! Thanks for sharing.

Katie B.

ohmycrafts said...

Holly Hudspeth... Congrats! You are the winner for November 1st! Please send your shipping information to contest@ohmycrafts.com to claim your prize. Thanks to everyone for participating!

bearslayer said...

The caddy is beautiful and looks like something I could try. Thanks for the great ideas. Anxious to try using clay. You guys are great!

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