Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Scrapblocks are HERE!

Today's project showcases the pindot Scrapblock TM (available TODAY!!!) as well as Kim Hughes soon to be released Paradise found. I have to say I just {adore} this pin dot Scrapblock TM!!!! Doesn't it just finish off this project???? I thought this would be a fantastic gift for a tween or under...and I am sure that kids between 6-9 would appreciate it too...seriously though, how fun would it be to unpack your stuff and find this? I decorated the toothpaste, floss, shampoo, conditioner etc to be more fun!!!!

Close up of travel bags.

Another close up of the pindot...

Stamp Set(s):
-Pin dot Scrapblock TM by CHF
-Paradise Found (Kim Hughes Collection) by CHF

-White StazOn
-Noir Black Palette

-Intense Kiwi by Prism Paper
-Intense Pink by Prism Paper
-Mountain Rose by Prism Paper

-Makeup bag
-Twill Ribbon

Make sure you check out ALL the scrapblocks TM at CHF!!! You will love them.

Have a terrific Tuesday! I am proud to say my brother graduates from university today so I will be watching him grad this morning.


Kurtis said...

Now isn't this neat!! you come up with some of the greatest stuff! :)


Cheryl said...

Alli, only you would come up with such a creative idea to use these scrapblocks. This is just the cutest project ever. Thanks for sharing your talent.
Congrats to your brother. Hope the weather is great for him.
Cheryl Sims

Stefanie said...

Absolutely beautiful set Alli! I would love this and I am way over tween age. :)

Dawn Easton said...

Oh I totally agree, any young girl would LOVE this! Fab idea again, Alli!

2stampis2b said...

What a cool set you've made!

retiredheather said...

Congrats to your brother...happy graduation. I think this project is great. Girls would love this. Great going.
Retired Heather

Julia Stainton said...

You go girl! THis totally rocks! Love it alli!

Barefootstamper said...

What a great project! You'll have to share where you found the celery bags to stamp! You got a shout out over at Card of the Week.com. You can check out the post at http://www.cardoftheweek.com/2008/06/card-of-the-wee.html

Thanks for sharing your awesome work!