“The Technique Junkie Newsletter has been publishing rubber stamping technique tutorials since 2002. The 3D and Fun Folds CD contains 70 step-by-step technique tutorials in pdf format – perfect dimensions, perfect directions and great pictures for every step. Visit www.techniquejunkies.com for more details about the CD and the Technique Junkie Newsletter.”A fantastic group of design team members from both Sweet ‘n Sassy Stamps and the Technique Junkie Newsletter, have helped put together this fabulous Blog Hop to kick off the 3D and Fun Folds Cd.
We have a Blog Hop happening each day with an opportunity for you to win many prizes from some of our wonderful advertising companies! Please stop through EVERY DAY and take your time visiting each blog! You have until 11:59pm EST December 2nd to leave comments on as many blogs as you can to win the Grand Prize. Go to Tuesday's post for the links to the other days of the blog hop!On Saturday, December 3, Pat from Technique Junkie Newsletter will announce the winners from each company. Be sure to hop along on each day! There will be FIVE WINNERS! On Monday, December 5th, Pat will announce ONE LUCKY WINNER with a GRAND PRIZE with a bundle of prizes from all of the participating businesses.
If you have been following along already you should have come from Jackie Kalchert's blog. If you are only starting here, please head back to the Technique Junkie Blog and go from there. You won't want to miss any stops along the way – in order to win you will need to comment on everyone’s blog AND Pat Huntoon’s Blog. There will be an additional chance to win by playing along in her Blog Hop! (you can read about how you can play along on my post from Tuesday.)
Here is what I created for today's hop.........
I really love Cocoa........Well......I like hot cocoa but this Cocoa is Cocoa the Mouse. Korin, owner of Sweet n. Sassy Stamps has Cocoa doing many different and fun things. I thought this image was just wonder for this little Table Basket. It could hold a packet of hot cocoa along with a baggie of marshmellows. I wanted to stage my photo with a packet of cocoa but, alas, none to be found in the house! Cocoa was colored with copic markers and completely cut out to mount on the front of the basket. I must confess that I didn't use the same dimensions that were in the CD for this project. Reason? Well......I don't have the Grand Caliper Spellbinders dies or cutting machine......so.......I just made it a little smaller! Quite easy. I used the largest circle and scallop circle I had and decreased the size of the holder between the two. Other than that, the directions are the same. Hope you like my little cheat!
Your next stop on the hop is Monika Davis, but just in case there are any hiccups, here is the whole list of celebrants on this Blog Hop!