Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Core'dinations Blog Hop !!!

Hey Everyone !!! So excited to be a part of the Core'dinations / Peachy Keen Blog hop !!!

If you just arrived here from Andrea then you are in the right spot!
If not you can start at the beginning HERE

I chose these cute Strawberries from a Lori Whitlock file and the Basket from a Samantha Walker cut file.
Of course ALL the paper is Core'dinations including the spotted paper !!!
Also Peachy Keen, twine from the Twinery and some lace.


This is a close up of the cute die cut and face stamp from Peachy Keen called "Potted Flower"



I made a total of 6 Strawberries however you cant see that many in the picture..lol



This spotted paper was PERFECT for these strawberries. I used a black ink pad and my brayer and inked the top of the paper after I cut it.

When I put the strawberries together it made the black dots look like Strawberry seeds !!!



Thanks sooo much for stopping by don't forget there are separate prizes to be won !!!

Click on the links below for more info on how to enter !!!

Your next stop on the hop is ...... April



49 comments:

Angelica Suarez said...

These strawberries are FABULOUS and SUCH a great idea to ink the dots for seeds! LOVE this!

CRAZY4 CHRIST said...

I love these so pretty!! Love the embossing!!
Kristan

snappy scrappy said...

So beautiful!! Boy I want a Cameo silhouette! Lee-Ann :)

Josie0602 said...

I love this and now I have got to get some of that paper so I can make some strawberries!!!

Tracy

Annette said...

oh my word this is just too cute...totally love those fun strawberries and that little flower....too cute...thanks for sharing..

Andrea Amu said...

What a scrumptious project!
Great idea to brayer the ink over the spotted texture!

Just soo pretty!

Shannon said...

I like how you showed how to ink the dots to make it look like seeds! How cool is that! I love this project.

Glora said...

This is ADORABLE. Your inked dotted paper is SO perfect for the strawberries and of course the little flower on the basket is a perfect touch! Hugs- Glora

Rosie said...

WOW! this is a great projects. love the seed effect


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Kim Ricketts said...

These are too cute!!!! I absolutely love them!!! Its just too cute!!

~Kim

Brenda said...

What an adorable summer home decor project! Thanks for the tip on inking the spotted paper. Love the face on the flower too!

jessica said...

This is awesome!!! love the fun 3D project!!!
Awesome job!!
TFS
jessica
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Miriam Prantner said...

So cute! Love the addition of the lace on the basket!

Dee said...

What a lovely idea making those strawberries! So cute!

Creative M said...

This is too Cute!!I love it!!I am going to make the Funny faces for some loiipops for teachers!!TFS
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Caryn S said...

Great project, also great idea for the strawberry seeds!

Kate said...

Those are just beyond perfection. LOVE IT!

Hugs,
Kate

Maureen Reiss said...

This is sooooo cute!! Love it!!

Abby said...

These are ADORABLE!!!! You are such a talented crafter! I always drool over your stuff!!!

Linda R. said...

Just in time for strawberry season around here.. Just beautiful!

Kathy Salido said...

What a fabulous project!! Love how you inked the spotted paper to create the seeds!!
Kathy
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Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Cool strawberries... TFS

missstamper said...

Awesome!

Leslie L. said...

Love the strawberries - I never would have thought of that. They look good enough to eat :)

Dorina D said...

Great job on the strawberries. The Spotted Core really did look like seeds. Loved the basket you put them in and the stamp is adorable,. Thanks for sharing

Cindy said...

Awesome job!This is too cute!I love your 3D project!:)

Kathy said...

The strawberries are so adorable and look almost edible. Thanks for sharing.

Shar said...

This is super cutie patootie! I love the inking over the embossed 'seeds'. What a great trick!

kyscrapmom said...

How sweet! Super talent!

Alvina said...

Whow what a great project, thanks for sharing.

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Tara Bruening said...

Nice work.

ellen s. said...

TOTALLY Brilliant!

Scrappin with the bug said...

Those look so real and yummy. Great job.

Leanne said...

LOVE your basket of strawberries Michelle! I love how you used the spotted paper to make them look like seeds!! Great job! Hugs, Leanne

Cassandra said...

Wow!! Those look good enough to eat! Love how you inked the dots!! Perfect :)

tina said...

Love your strawberries, basket and super cheery flower.

Tina
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Debbie said...

the strawberries are great, this paper is perfect for them
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maria f. said...

Love that little Peachy Keen face on your basket.

Emily H said...

These are so cute! Great job!

Christine Kiehl said...

Wow, you were right, great choice AND idea for making the strawberries with that choice of paper and the use of the brayer! You simply ROCK girl! This has been a super fun Blog Hop!

Robin said...

I love the strawberries. So pretty and the ink on the dots looks awesome, great idea.
(:(:Smiles:):)

Robin
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marg0006 said...

What a super cute basket. Love the peachy faced flower.

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hopefulcrafter said...

what a cute project, I love the idea of using the dots for seeds, great idea!

Esther said...

Fabulous project!!! So adorable :)

Jen said...

Those strawberries look so yummy!!!

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Cheryl's Crafting Corner said...

Love the strawberries with the smiling flower basket...Too cute!!!

Gabriela Sandoval said...

Great strawberry basket. Love the sunflower face.

Gabriela

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Mary-Anne V said...

What a cute strawberry project... thanks for the detailed pictures.

Jennie Garcia said...

Gorgeous!! And Yummy!! I always LOVE your yummy projects!! The basket is too cool and the twine is a super cool touch!!
TFS!! Take Care!!
Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/