woensdag 9 juli 2014

 
 
 
 
 
 
Welcome to:
 

July Scrapbook Kit Reveal & Blog Hop!


If you came here from Tracey's blog, then you are on the right track. If not, go back to Swirlydoos' blog and start from there. We have some amazing projects for you to see today !! Make sure to leave a comment on all of the blogs for a chance to win!!! Make sure you have LIKED & FOLLOWED Swirlydoos on Facebook!!!
 

Swirlydoos is proud to bring you our beautiful July collection:

Celestial Summer


 
And check out these coordinating add ons that perfectly compliment our July scrapbook kit!
 
 

Are you a subscriber? If so, your kit is on it's way! If not, check out the Swirlydoos store to see if there are any July kits or add ons in the store!

Has it sold out? - become a subscriber and not only will you never miss a kit again, but you'll also pay less for your monthly scrapbook kits!
*Mention this blog hop and save 10% on your first kit*




 Never miss one of our kits again!



We have some absolutely beautiful scrapbook projects for you to see today !!  

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Best Friends Forever.
 
These, Ombre Dreams papers, by Blue Fern Studio's, are so amazingly BEAUTIFUL!!!!! And fitting for almost every theme.
On my back ground I added a light coat of Gesso in various spots. I stenciled the diamond pattern using, Shimmerz - Texturez paint  (in ARTIE-CHOKED)  that comes in the
Mediums AddOn.
I also used the Texturez to stamp the vines. (the stamp came in a previous Swirlydoos Kit)
Then, using the Izink that came in previous Medium AddOns, I made some various shades of lilac mists, and I masked the doily pattern in the bottom right corner.
With the Faber Castel, Tropical Gelato set, that comes in the Medium AddOn, I colored some more on the background and around the edges. 
 

On this picture, you can see how much dimension is on this page.
The picture, literly lays about 1/2 an inch deeper. I used the little doilies that came
in the Main Kit, and cut them into liitle pieces to create a scalloped, lace looking edge around my cut out circle. Then I glued a lot of Mesh around my circle and some iridescent strand. To glue it down, I used Beacon Fabri-Tac. (Krissy has this in store.)
 

This Petaloo vine, that comes in the Main Kit, is just so gorgeous.
I added a few tiny roses (from the Swirlydoos BOUTIQUE)  Also the bigger one, which is by Kaisercraft and the white one at the top, which is by Petaloo.
 

 This flower.... Oh my gosh.... I treasured it for years....
came also in a previous Swirlydoos Kit.
It was time to use it I guess, and I only added a little of the Gelato in the center and I lightly tipped the petals using Iridescent medium, by Windsor&Newton.
 
 
Thinking of you
 
Don't you just LOVE that little Fairy??? We got a FULL PACKAGE of those
in the Main Kit..... How awesome is that?!!!!!
I love them so much! The one on this card has a thin coat of Iridescent medium.

All I can say is, that I just LOVE THIS KIT. I wished that I didn't have to go to work,
so that I could play till I used up the last piece of scrap.
 

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So, let's get started! Make sure to leave a comment on all of the blogs for a chance to win!!! 

You have until midnight, eastern time, on Thursday, 7/10 to complete the hop. Winners will be announced on the Swirlydoos Blog on 7/11. In order to qualify to win here is what you need to do:
1: Visit all of the blogs and leave a comment on each. This way we know you were there. Take your time. There are REALLY beautiful things to see along the way.
2: Before you leave each blog, look for the “special” words and write it down. 
Once you have visited all the blogs and collected all the special words, they will create a sentence. 
3: Finally, go back to the Swirlydoos blog and leave a comment letting us know how much fun you had, tell us the sentence that was created with all of the special words you collected. Can't wait to hear from you.


My special word is : Meet


The party continues over at Maja's blog.
Have fun!