Thursday, January 16, 2014

Unity Blog Hop

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***a prize pack of a sample of our fabulous stamps!!!***

For my project I used the Yours Truly collection by Pebbles along with a few different SMAK kits and one KOM.  I love mixing the SMAKs, they are so fun.  First I spray painted a wooden clothespin with chalkboard paint then just went to work.

I used  the following stamp sets: You can Do Anything, You are Loved, Life Starring You and So Into You.  The main heart was cut with my Cricut.


Love the coffee stain stamp and the 'do you like me?' set, how fun.  I also love the Pebbles arrow rub on.

My favorite SMAK kit lately... loving that large arrow.  
Have you signed up for the SMAK membership yet?  You won't be disappointed, they are always the perfect finishing touch for any project. 

I am playing along with the Curtain Call challenge.






55 comments:

Cynthia said...

Fabulous project, Laurel. The coffee stain stamp is fabulous! Love all of the various layers and elements you've combined.

Amy Frye said...

My goodness I love this. So many layers of things to look at. It's just fantastic!

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Debbie said...

very nice...like the colors

Sam said...

Beautiful artwork!!! Great use of Unity Stamps. Love the colours.

Angeline Choo said...

This is beautiful !! Love how the stamps are all used .. just so creative.

Emily H said...

So fun! love this!

Julie Odil said...

I love all the different layers of this. Wonderful!

Ruby said...

What a fun project. Love looking at all the layers.

Laura Turcotte said...

What a wonderful project! Love the layers!

Terri Burson said...

Where do you get these ideas? You rock. Believe it or not, I once used an empty kcup to stamp a ring. Looks very similar to yours. So cute!

Lisa Angela said...

Fantastic projects! You are so talented!

Ann Mcclenaghan said...

How cute!! All of this fun on a clothes pin. So many little goodies on there- very creative. Very sweet.

Brandy Bowers said...

All those layers just keep the eye going! Love it. You are fantastic.

Tanya - The Jaunty Form said...

Loving the looks of that kit! Can't wait to receive mine! Already have it ordered. So pretty!! I love the large arrow as well! Eep! :)

Miriam Prantner said...

Wonderful project! Love the cluster of tags/papers/embellishments!

Gaylynn said...

Oh, this is so FUN and full of cute detail. Lovely project and showcase. :)

Kris said...

Fantastic project Laurel. Love how you tucked all those little goodies into that giant clothes pin.

jules said...

Laurel this is AMAZING! Thx 4 inspiring me!❤️

Jennifer Loftfield said...

Ooo, you had me at 'chalkboard paint'! Love the project, it came out beautiful.

Lucinde said...

That's a great piece of art! Love the color combination :)

cal8007 said...

What an awesome project. You are going to have to tell me how you cut that stamp with your Cricut. Unless I misunderstood and you just cut a generic heart with your Cricut. Very nice!!

Carmen L
cal8007 at aol dot com

cal8007 said...

Lovely project! I left a message previously, but I'm not sure it posted because Blogger is having problems.

Good day!

Pam said...

Love your decorated clothespin!! Just adorable!

cebelica said...

Your project is fantastic. So unique! Hugs! xx

Crafters Guild Sisters said...

Gorgeous project!!

Teresa said...

What a great project! Love this stamp set!

Linda said...

your projects are super

Robin N said...

love love love all of the layers....thanks for the inspiration

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wow wow wow!! This is sooooooooooo gorgeous!!! I loveeeeeeee the colors and the arrows!!!!!!

gma654 said...

Great project, love it

the 2 Pink Ladies said...

You certainly put a lot of work into your project. Decorating that clothespin is a cute idea.

Hazel

Marsha Parham said...

Cute, Cute, Cute!!!

Karen (karey2005) said...

So many fun layers and details! Great stuff!

Danie May said...

Loving all the wonderful layers and elements, perfect to showcase the Unity Stamps and for your entered Challenge.

Rose said...

WOW!!! i LOVE this project :)

Confessions of a Paperholic said...

Great project, Laurel! I love how you painted and distressed your clothespin and then set about embellishing it with wonderful little bits of ephemera and stamped sentiments. Thank you for sharing.

Ashley Horton said...

Love this Laurel!! The large clothespin is so fun!

Carmen M. said...

This is a great creation. Love all of the layers and textures you included.

Gwen said...

Love all the stuff you have going on here!

Alina said...

Great project! So much inspiration! Love it!

Scrappin' Diva said...

This is so gorgeous! TFS!

loulou said...

What an amazing valentine. I love all the stacked elements.

~amy~ said...

This is so pretty Laurel! Love what you've done!
Thanks for playing with us at Curtain Call♥

Jeanne said...

Oh so fun, Laurel. What a great presentation. You've showcased the products so well. I like how they all pull together to make a fun display. Great job!

Audrey Pettit said...

So fun and adorable! The detail on here is absolutely amazing!

jennifer mitten said...

I love this and that blackboard clothespin really sets it off!

Kary said...

Such a cool project, Laurel!! Love the idea!!

michelegeorgern said...

Yep! I'm loving that SMAK kit! Your project is so cute. It looks like a little bouquet of love.

cghundley said...

What a cute creation
and a great idea
using the clothespin.
Wonderful.
Carla from Utah

Sue D said...

Very cute--love the coffee stain stamp.

Jean Bullock said...

How fun! Well done!

stamping sue said...

that big clothespin is a creative way to show off all your wonderful tags!
stamping sue
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

Karen Pedersen said...

Great idea and oh, so cute!

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