Friday, April 26, 2013

Dream Pop Paper Pack Blog Hop!

How about an early hop!  If you are coming from Michelle's Blog, you are on the right track, otherwise, keep hopping and you will do a complete circle.

We have a special that is coming up in May and we couldn't wait to show it off! 
Starting in May, 
for every $35 you spend you can get a Dream Pop Paper Kit (24 sheets) for only $10!
Also, if you become a new consultant you earn it! 

Click Here to see the Details

Here is what some of the papers look like - it's small:

Now for a closer view of just a few of the patterned paper that this pack as to offer:

Had to do something fun and 3D!   MY BALLOON!!! 
(see the teal has diamonds - that's the glossy resist pattern!)
The B&T Paper has a different pattern on the back!
Other side - 
Each cardstock color has a different pattern. The pink has a stripe that is glossy raised pattern. 
I made tassels out of our Baker's Twine and unraveled the ends.
Please leave a comment and then hop on over to Pamela's blog to see what she created!
Thanks for looking.

20 comments:

  1. Wow! What a fantastic balloon! It looks really nice in the Dream Pop papers!

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  2. Oh my!!! LOVE THIS!!!! Beautiful job on your balloon.

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  3. Oh MY WORD!! How cute is this??? LOVE your hot air balloons!

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  4. What an uplifting project!! This is wonderful.

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  5. Your balloon is incredible! So imaginative and creative!

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  6. LOVE this Mary!!...so original and fun :)

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  7. I agree with Amy that this is totally incredible and BEAUTIFUL!!

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  8. Wow, what a fun, eye-catching project!!

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  9. Wow this is the most AMAZING project!! Absolutely GORGEOUS!!

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  10. i would love to know how you did this balloon. my daughter has a project due soon and her research was done on hot air balloons. i would love to make it so she can present with it in class. any help is appreciated

    Jamie

    cutecardsbyjamie at yahoo dot com

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    1. I bought the SVG file from SVGCUTS.com and then used my cricut to cut it using the Make the Cut software. You would need a machine that can cut SVG's. The newer machines don't and MTC doesn't support Cricut anymore either. How fast do you need it, I could cut it for you and send it to you flat in the mail. I don't have spare Dream Pop paper though.

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