Artisan Finalist Blog Hop-Day 7

Hello there!  Welcome to everyone on this seventh day of our blog hop.  Did you hop over from Amy O'Neill's blog?  I just love her projects, thank you for hoping on over and joining me here!

Today I am going to share with you my last scrap book page.  This is my 12x12 page, and it is a hybrid page. The main page was made in MDS, and I had it printed out by Stampin' Up, then I added a few traditional accents like ribbon and punches.

A cute little punch and brad combo.

Some crocheted ribbon and a cutie little bow

Some cute little paper beads attached with a safety pin and some baker's twine.

So, are you asking yourself how did I pack everything up?  I saved the cardboard packaging that the printed MDS pages were shipped to me in, I wrapped each page separately with hand stamped tissue paper, and bundled it up with a ribbon and a cute little tag that said "enjoy".  After all, I think it would be like Christmas for the Stampin' Up employees that get to open all of those boxes, how fun would that be?  Each project of mine was individually wrapped this way, then covered with bubble wrap.  After all of the hard work, I wanted to make sure it arrived safely.

Thank you for stopping by today, hop on over to the next blog, Amy's Stampin Creations to see the next great project.  I hope you were inspired today, enjoy!
5. Sandie Conner YOU ARE HERE


Connie Collins said…
I love your attention to detail on this page. I have to laugh because I too wrapped my projects in tissue paper...but didn't think about adding a tag...great touch.
Anne Marie Hile said…
Love that page, Sandie! That paper is always going to be a favorite of mine and I love the shabby-chicness of the entire layout. You really wrapped up your projcts beautifully, too. So much love and detail in those boxes, for sure! Have a great night! :)
Amy Rogers said…
I love the hybrid details - the ribbon with the paper beads on the end - great details!!! I also love seeing the photo of how you sent it in to Stampin' Up! It's nice that you made it like a gift for them to enjoy opening.
irishgalkelly said…
Hi Sandie! What a great scrapbooking page! I love how you used this dsp for a boy's page. This is such beautiful paper but not always thought of for boys, so it is a treat to see the versitility. (wish we could still get this, my favorite!) The frames around his pics are great and especially at Easter. Love his basket...precious! You have great attention for detail and it shows in your packaging as well as all of your projects. Wonderfully done!
Tara Bourgoin said…
This is a fantastic page, Sandie! I love the journaling in the label!

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