Thursday, January 26, 2012

WeScrap + CropChocolate = Blog Hop!

WeScrap & CropChocolate have joined forces to bring you a pre-Valentine's Day Blog Hop with lots of love to share.

You should have arrived here from Moon Scrap's blog but if you're just arriving out of the blue, please go to Engineering Memorioes to get started!


What do you need to do to be eligible to win?  Post a comment on each of our Crop Chocolate Designer's blogs, then finish up at The Crop.Crop Chocolate will be giving away 2 kits from WeScrap of the winner's choosing donated by WeScrap!

ALSO  WeScrap will be giving away 4 sets of $25 CropCredits to shop on CropChocolate on Feb. 1.  You will need to go to WeScrap & follow their instruction to be eligible for those.



On to my creation.... nothing like a little vase of yumminess, so I cut out 18 hearts using my Cricut & Gypsy with the CloseToMyHeart Art Philosophy cartridge.  Then I punched out a bunch of leaves using The Spellbinder's Rose Creations dies.

Using large Zots and a floral wire "stem" I attached the hearts to random lengths of wire, and added leaves.  Using stickles, I added a bit of bling here & there. Finally I used Liquid Pearls for the addition of LOVE on the top "flower" heart.  Added to a vase filled with coffee beans and a wire edged ribbon for a cute little centerpiece!


Printed Papers - Echo Park Yours Truly, Making Memories Love Struck

Solid Cardstock - Stampin Up

Ribbon - Hobby Lobby

Stickles - Christmas Red & Eucalyptus


Your next stop is Scrappy Canuck!  Don't forget to comment everywhere you go :-)

46 comments:

  1. What a great little bouquet!!!

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  2. Paula, great project. I love heart flowers!!

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  3. Cute,cute! Kids' teachers would love this!

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  4. What a great project. My daughter would have a blast doing this together. Thanks!

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  5. I always love your ideas. I think this would be the perfect "floral bouquet" to give to my hubby for Valentine's day :)

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  6. How adorable for that special dinner! Thanks for sharing your creativity!

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  7. This is way too cute. I love it.

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  8. ok Paula - AWESOME!!! this is great!!!

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  9. Wonderful idea and it is so cute. Thanx for the great idea.

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  10. Paula I love this idea, it would be perfect for teachers gifts etc.. Thank you !

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  11. Awww, so cute and sweet. - blue

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  12. Cute and you don't have to water it! Wow, I just kept scrolling down and got lost in your blog. Beautiful projects, love your creations!

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  13. Paula, I love that CTMH cartridge! thanks for another idea to use with it!

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  14. anything with Stickles is A+ in my book!!!

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  15. So pretty! I think I would like these better than real flowers! They last! :)

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  16. Lovely flowers for Valentine's Day - and these kinds of flowers won't wilt. :)

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  17. Those are so sweet, thanks for the great idea

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  18. Very Cute Paula - I think I may need to steal the idea and make an Easter bouquet or 2 for friends.

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  19. That turned out really nice! The kids could totally help with a project like this, too! :) --SharonDoesBaskets

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  20. Once again Paula, awesome! Love this!

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  21. Oh my! I think I am going to be very busy this weekend trying to recreate all of these blog hop projects! Seriously LOVE this and I must ask...are you as addicted to stickles as I am?! They are just so sparkly!

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  22. Very cool project! Thanks for the idea!

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  23. Aww, those are really sweet. Would you like my address, LOL? scrap happy

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  24. Really like your flowers! Great job!

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  25. Here are flowers that never die.. Love it!

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  26. I like that this bouquet will last longer and cost less than a lot of others you'll see on Valentine's Day! ;) Thanks for sharing!

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  27. Once again, great idea . . . you are so creative! Thanks for sharing. Paula!

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  28. I <3 the art philosophy cart too! great idea.

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