Friday, February 5, 2016

Sweet Treats Blog Hop

 Happy Friday!!!
So excited for today!! We have a very special Sweet Treats Blog Hop going on over at Newton's Nook today.
There is going to be a ton of Valentines's Day treat ideas!!!

For my first project I wanted to try and use the Darling Hearts Die set and see if it would  cut through felt and it does and I was so excited how well it turned out. So I just glued my felt pieces with some gel medium onto my canvas treat bag and than just added a few enamel dots and I was done this only took a few minutes so quick and easy.

For my second project I have had this plastic mail box for awhile now I think I got it at a dollar spot somewhere. I just added a diecut oval with this sweet owl image from the stamp set sweetheart tails. Than added some felt hearts i had in my stash!!

Sweet Treats Blog Hop Giveaway!

Would you like to win a $10 store credit to our Newton's Nook Designs?
We are giving them out to
 TWO lucky winners

Here's how to win: 
Comment on the NND blog and Design Team blogs (see list below)! Two winners will be chosen at random from the collective blogs release posts. Make sure to check out each of their blogs and comment for your chance to win. You will not know which blog has been chosen so the more you comment on the better your chances are of winning! You have until Sunday, February 7th at 9pm CDT to comment  -- winners will be announced on the blog post on Monday, February 8th.


37 comments:

  1. I just love the mail box! Great idea .

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  3. Adorable project! I love the cheerful color!
    Take care!
    Michele

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  4. ohhhhhhhhhh! Love that the dies will cut felt. So cool!

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  5. Great projects, the mail box is so cute:-)

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  6. These are both so cute. That's a great way to dress up a little canvas bag and that mailbox is just the cutest!

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  7. Great ways to use
    your dies with the
    felt! Super cute
    ideas.
    Carla from Utah

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  8. Too cute! Love both of your projects!

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  9. I like that little red mailbox. Great way to decorate it up.

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  10. Love those hearts and how you used the owl stamp to decorate the mail box!! Very cute!!

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  11. so darn cute. This would be a great project for the kids.

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  12. That canvas and felt bag is a great idea!

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  13. So a cute idea with the linen bag

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  14. These are so cute... love that owl!

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  15. I love the little mailbox!! Soooo Cute!

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  16. Adorable treat projects. I love how you used felt.

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  17. Oh I just love that little mailbox.

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  18. Sometimes you can find just he cutest things at the dollar store and turn them into a special treat! It just takes a little imagination. Great Job!

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  19. Stephanie, your projects are super adorable! Love that cute little mail box!

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  20. What a sweet and terrific pair of projects!

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  21. I love both of your treat ideas but that cute mail box is really darling!

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  22. super cute projects! I love the felt hearts! So cute! And the mailbox is adorable!!

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  23. SQUEAL!! Such SWEET Projects !! I LOVE LOVE LOVE the Design!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!! =)

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  24. I am seeing a lot of felt die-cuts lately and have been wanting to try it. Your projects are adorable - I especially love the cute mailbox!

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  25. Very cute ideas--I like your use of felt.

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  26. Fun! Just love that mailbox! Great ideas!

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  27. The dollar store is for sure a crafter's favorite store, love that mailbos and the owl is just popping out! The linnen bag is a great idea!

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  28. Great way to embellish and make ordinary - unique! Love your projects!

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  29. Both of your projects are too cute! Love the way you upcycled the burlap bag and mailbox!

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