Friday, June 24, 2011

Fairy 2 Day Blog Hop!

Welcome to Gill's 2 day Fairy Blog hop!  There are some amazing ladies on this hop so makes sure you stop by each one of them to see it you will not want to miss a thing.  Our starting point is our wonderful host Gill and you can start with her blog just click this link!  Gill

I decided to make two projects for this hop one is a card and the other is a scrapbook page.  I used two different faries...Rosetta and Silvermist.  Silvermist is my 8yr olds favorite. 

I used my Imagine on both of the faries so I could decide which colors I wanted to use for them.  These faries have glitter and flocking.


Recipe:
Cricut Imagine
cuttle bug/embossing folder
Martha Stewart glitter
studio g flocking
trim
color book paper
Tinkerbell cricut cartridge
adhesive

I hope you enjoy the hop thank you so much for stopping by my blog today if you are not already please become a follower and leave a comment.  Now onto the next blog in the hop stop by Shannon and check out her wonderful creation!
Have a wonderful day!

8 comments:

  1. I love your projects! so pretty!

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  2. Darling projects Angela! i love that cartridge - i must admit thought that i have only ever used Tink from it :)

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  3. Love the glitter
    It really made both of your projects pop
    http://scrappin3angel.blogspot.com
    perderg{at}Q{dot}com

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  4. Love your project. I am a follower. TFS

    http://vintageheartfeltdesigns.blogspot.com
    vintagheartfelt@aol.com

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  5. Wow! Lovely cards! The fairies look really trendy!

    Well done!

    Sorry for not flying by before now, I've been away all weekend with Gill McCall who is hosting this blog hop.

    Lisa

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  6. wow Angela these are amazing i LOVE them. I am finally getting around to hopping as have been away all weekend and deserted my hop ! it wont happen again.
    thank you for taking part in the line up.

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  7. The fairy in a glittering green dress is an eye catcher! Cricut is indeed a very must-have tool to enhance one's creativity skill!Thanks for sharing!

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