Saturday, June 11, 2011

VC Rocks Blog Hop

Thanks for visiting my blog.  You came here from Kym's blog and her fabulous projects.  I just love the big shot and I love the top not die.  It is my favorite and I use it all of the time.  So here is a little purse made with that and a book mark made to match.




Next, Hop on over to Mary Jo's blog to continue on with the hop.  You can always return to the beginning of hop at http://vcrocks.blogspot.com/ if you get lost!  Have a great weekend!

Supplies: 

Big shot with two tags die and top note die, beautiful wings embosslit
Paper:  Beyond the garden dsp and pacific point cardstock
Accessories:  wild wasabi embossing powder, rhinestones and organza ribbon

15 comments:

Carey said...

Oh wow!! I think those two words say it all.


Carey Rogers
aka Roscoe's mommy

Mary said...

Cute! Love the purse and book mark!

Brenda Hugar said...

Heather, loved your purse and the matching bookmark. Gorgeous, TFS.

MJ said...

Love these projects. Those colors are really perfect for these.

Stace said...

Wow, I hadn't cared for that paper but it is beautiful on your projects. Maybe I just needed to see something made with it. TFS

Holly / InkPaperStamps said...

What a sweet, sweet ensemble, Heather! I just want to open that little purse and peek inside. . . .

inkedx2 said...

Cute! Love that tag. Great idea for scrapbooking.

Robbie

Barbara Furlong said...

They are so cute.....love it

Karen said...

This is such a great gift combo. Your choice of dsp and colors are perfect for summer. Thanks for a fun idea.

Cynthia Ferenz said...

Very nice! TFS!

Cindy Ferenz
Proud Parent of 2 Soldiers

Holly/Rubber Redneck said...

Beautiful projects!!! Love the little purse!

Lorita said...

Cute purse and bookmark. TFS

Joan said...

Both projects are super cute! Great for a little gift for a special girl!

Stamper Shirley said...

Another fabulous creation! Love the purse and bookmark and the colors you used! Thanx for sharing!

Kym said...

Heather, these are adorable! Love that purse.

Kym