Saturday, July 2, 2011

4th of July Blog Hop - Tons of Prizes

Happy 4th everyone! There is a HUGE blog hop going on today, with some huge PRIZES!

You have until Tuesday, July 5th at 6:00 PM EST to comment on as many blogs as you can. Winners will be drawn from random comments on blogs, and announced on Wednesday July 7th (on Taylor's (http://taylorusry.blogspot.com) blog).  You could win one or more of the many prizes listed below.  You can start the hop from here or from Taylor's blog. She will have all the up to date hoppers and winners on her blog. Thanks Taylor!

Hoppers:

Companies Donating Prizes:

  • Stampendous is generously donating THREE prizes: a Cling Jumbo Tulip set, a Cling Jumbo Tiger Lily set, and a Cling Jumbo Dogwood set. Each set will come with a Jumbo Perfectly Clear Handle.


  • Chi Chi Memories is donating a digi stamp set of the winner's choice



  • Pixie Dust Studio is donating two digis of the winner's choice


  • Dreamweaver's Stencils is donating one prize pack (of their choice)


  • Karber Digital Studio is donating two digi images of the winner's choice


  • Maria Levine is donating an Ippity Stamp kit


  • Skipping Stones Design is donating a clear stamp set (of their choosing)


  • Cindy Coutts and Christian Paper Crafts are donating one Stampin' Up Fast & Fabulous set (must be a US resident to win this)


  • Sunghee Chon is donating an a muse studio catalog and one stamp set (up to a $12.00 value) of the winner's choice (must be a US resident to win this)


  • Sunghee Chon is donating a $20 gift certificate to Little Potato House, her amazing digital template store


  • Karen from Your Next Stamp is donating one Ellie Loves the Beach cling rubber stamp

  • Here's my project:
    I painted a small chalk board with Making Memories Red Wagon paint.  Then stamped it with white Staz On and Brilliance Mediterranean Blue. 
    The stamps are from Simply Stamped and Papertrey (Let Freedom Ring).
    The corner decoration is a star cut from blue foil paper with a white glitter star on top.  I made the firecracker by rolling scrapbook paper around a Wilton patriotic foil pix.  The button is from Doodlebug tied with air mail twine and red metallic thread.  Topped off with Around the Block patriotic microdots and brad.
    The more you comment, the more chances you have to win! Don't forget: You will have until Tuesday, July 5th at 6:00 PM EST to get through this amazing list of talent and creativity. I will draw comments from random blogs (all using random.org) for the 13 prizes from our generous sponsors. A full list of winners will be posted here on Friday!

    Happy hopping!

    43 comments:

    Berenice R. said...

    So nice project! :)

    Lisa said...

    Super cute chalkboard. Thanks for sharing

    jamlrise@comcast.net

    Patricia said...

    How fun and cute! What a terrific way to leave messages for the family.

    rosewendy said...

    I great way to advertise your party- no missing the theme here!

    Krissy said...

    cute!!!!

    Pam Hornschu said...

    What a great idea! Very fun and festive! Happy 4th.

    sharon g said...

    How cute! Nice idea.

    Jenée said...

    Absolutely darling idea. Such a fun decoration. You've done a very nice job. Thank you for sharing this cute idea with us.

    Jingle said...

    This is so fun! Great project!

    julieprice3 said...

    Great projeat. all ready to celebrate!
    Hugs Julie P

    Louise said...

    Clever ideas! I really like your Uncle Sam card from the 30th too! Happy 4th!

    Lea said...

    What a great idea! I'm going to have to make one of these myself! Love it!

    Lea Kimmel

    Indy said...

    Such a great patriotic project.

    Laura Drahozal said...

    This is a really cute little gift idea. Great work.

    wendyp said...

    Love this!!! What a fantastic 4th of July decoration!

    Scrappychick said...

    Erin this is simply fabulous!

    Kerry said...

    Total Awesomeness!!!! What a wonderful idea! Genius! Happy 4th! :)

    mousekemom said...

    What a clever idea and so versital. Thanks for sharing your talent with us!
    April D
    Marion, IA

    CCC said...

    Now that is really thinking outside the box. What a great idea for the stamps!

    T said...

    That's a cute project

    Billie Dee said...

    What fun! A wonderful idea/project. Thank you

    terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

    Cute and colorful project!

    charli said...

    great project--festive!

    joy said...

    What a clever little chalkboard! Love this!

    Alison said...

    WHat a great idea! You could do one for every holiday! Super festive and fun!

    Melinda Gleissner said...

    This is really cute! Very creative!

    Isabel Z said...

    This is so creative; I Love it!

    Clare G said...

    The cutest...I love how you've done this up-the stamping and embellishment in the corner is awesome!

    Angie said...

    Thank you for sharing your project. Nice to see other things besides cards. (cards are one of my obsessions though) I like your chalkboard!!

    Lillian Child said...

    What a delightful project!!

    Rachel said...

    I use StazOn on cards, but I know it can be put on a lot of other things. This is encouraging me to try it on something else besides plain ol' cardstock! TFS!

    luvmy2girls said...

    What a great idea!

    Sunghee said...

    Oh Erin~! You are creative! I thought you decorated a store bought frame. It came out so beautifully! Great project!

    Stephanie said...

    What a great project!! So creative and festive.

    Toucan Scraps said...

    really fun project

    Reba said...

    cute and fun project! Happy 4th!

    Nicole Brenna said...

    Totally fun project and how fun to bring it out each year...

    Cat said...

    What an adorable chalkboard! Such a cute idea! Happy 4th,Erin! Hugs

    FrancineB said...

    Wonderful idea for a project! Nice job on it, too. Thanks for sharing.

    Jan Garber said...

    Great useful idea!

    Carol said...

    Super fun patriotic project!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

    Sue D said...

    Very clever project!

    Taylor U. said...

    Love this, Erin!! Too cute :) Thanks so much for hopping with me!