Welcome to the Third Annual Fiskateers ORANGE Blog Hop!
If you're hopping along, you should have come from GroovyDeb. (If you are joining us in the
middle, go to www.fiskateers.com to start from the beginning.) Today we are celebrating Fiskars' signature
color, ORANGE. Almost everyone is
familiar with Fiskars' famous orange-handled scissors, but Fiskars makes so
many other wonderful products for crafting, sewing, gardening, and more. Each stop along our Hop will feature
different Fiskars' products with a big helping of ORANGE!
To add a little bit more fun an excitement, I've decided to
add a little candy. All hoppers who leave some love on this post and become a
follower of my blog will be entered to receive a Fiskars Craft Drill. They are
so versatile and fun to use. See the picture below.
My college professor recently assigned me the task of making a name tag out of an index card. We are apparently going to be using them all semester. I thought I would have some mixed media fun! Below is the result.
Directions - For this challenge you need to use: 3 embellishments, 2 stamps, and 1 punch to create any project your heart desires, but you can't use more than what is listed except cardstock or patterned paper.
Color Me Vibrant Challenge:
Directions - Spring is in full swing, flowers are blooming, summer's on it's way, so let's brighten up the color palette. Create a stamped project using bright, vibrant colors.
Shop Your Stash Challenge:
Directions - Do you have something in your stash that's still in the package, maybe still in the bow or bag it came home in? Now's the time to open up that new goodie and use it.
I am a wee bit geeky. (Okay okay, maybe a lot!) I am truly excited for the Avengers release on May 4th. Counting down the days!
I have my shirt ready to go but decided I needed a little crafty addition to my ensemble.
So..... I created these:
They are super easy!
Step 1: Cut four circles (in the appropriate sizes and colors) out of cardstock. Step 2: Punch a star using Fiskars star punch. Step 3: Glue together. Step 4: Poke a hole in the top and feed the earring piece through. Step 5: ENJOY!!