Sunday, July 18, 2010

2nd Annual {SAS}sy Blog Hop!


If my blog is the first place you have visited…welcome! To make sure you don’t miss out on any of the blogs in the {SAS}sy Blog Hop I suggest you start at the beginning by visiting the Scrap Attack Scrapbooking Blog 1st and work your way through all 11 blogs so you don't miss out on any of the awesome inspiration everyone has put together.

One of my favorite lines is Pink Paislee. The Pink Paislee Bayberry Cottage Collection has these awesome "Press Ons" that I LOVE LOVE LOVE! There are so many different things you can do with them you can apply them straight onto your layouts or cards, or on Thickers Chipboard Alphas or even on flowers. Yes, I said flowers! Check it out, below I applied them directly onto some plain white Prima "Daisy" Festive Flowers.


All I did was take some of the plain white Prima "Daisy" Festive Flowers from the Scrap Attack Scrapbooking store and randomly rubbed the "Press Ons" directly onto the flowers. 


For the centers of the flowers I applied some quick dry glue and twisted up some twine and placed in the center of the flower on top of the glue. 

and here is what my final layout looks like with the flowers and the Pink Paislee Bayberry Cottage Collection.


Scrap Attack Scrapbooking will be donating prizes from all comments left on all participating blogs so make sure and comment so you are eligible to win! As a {BONUS} there is a hidden word on each blog that can be pieced together to make a familiar {SAS}sy phrase. If you can unscramble the words to make this phrase you could win a $50 gift certificate to the Scrap Attack Scrapbooking store. For more details on the prizes, please see the Scrap Attack Scrapbooking blog.

Your final word is: SCRAP
 If you have been to all 11 blogs on the {SAS}sy Blog Hop then you should have all the words to unscramble the phrase. When you have the phrase unscrambled, simply email ScrapAttackScrapbooking AT MSN.com with your phrase.

Good luck to everyone and hopefully you enjoyed the {SAS}sy Blog Hop this week and that you have recieved lots of inspiration from all the talented ladies who helped out with our blog hop. Thank you for "hopping" along with us!

35 comments:

  1. Love what you did with the rub ons and the Bayberry collection, that Pink Paislee is awesome! thanks for the inspo!

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  2. Wow, those flowers look awesome ... I especially love the centre of the flowers ... tfs ...

    Love, Tracy G

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  3. I LOVE it Nadine! Using press-ons on flowers is BRILLIANT! GORGEOUS page! Thanks so much for the inspiration!

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  4. Wow...that is such a neat idea, using the rub-ons on the flowers and your layout is totally awesome!!! I had a great time hopping along!

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  5. Love those tips, thanks...cute LO

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  6. Great flowers. Such an easy and clever idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. oh wow! What a unique tip! I love new ideas! Thanks so much for the great I idea and I LOVE your layout!

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  8. What a great idea to use rub-on's on the flowers!

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  9. LOVE that flowers idea. Thanks for the beautiful inspiration!

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  10. love how those large white flowers look totally different when you add those press on flourishes! thank you for the inspiration! Your layout is beautiful!

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  11. Gorgeous layout Nadine and what a creative way to use the rub-ons - they look great!! Thanks for joining us, it's been fun!

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  12. Wow, I never thought to do that! I have plenty of rub-ons I can use for my flowers! Thanks Nadine!

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  13. oooh! I LOVE your flowers!! I have those rub-ons, will have to try them out on some flowers! TFS!!

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  14. Beautiful - you have turned the ordinary into extraordinary! Fabulous idea on both the rub-on and the twine.
    hugs,
    JoyceAnn

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  15. Awesome! Rubons on flowers! Brilliant!!

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  16. Who knew a rub-on could make a flower look so good. Thanks for sharing.

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  17. Great demo!!! Love how the flowers look!!!

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  18. Going to go makes some now, that's for your inspiration!!! I needed that!!!

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  19. That is really cool using the rub ons on the flowers!! Great idea!!

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  20. I've never even thought to do this!!! Your flowers are soooo gorgeous...drool... Thanks for the fabulous idea!!!!!!!!!

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  21. I love the flower - perfect on your layout

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  22. The rub-ons look awesome on the flowers!!

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  23. Love the rub ons on the flowers. I need to do that more often. Thanks for sharing!

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  24. Awesome!! Love that idea! I just might have to try that!! Fabulous!

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  25. Your flowers rock! Who knew- rubons and flowers?- Wow!! Will have to try this out!

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  26. What a great idea!! I like to stamp on my flowers!! Thanks for sharing

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  27. now maybe I can get some of those rubons used up! great idea! TFS
    ~Paula

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  28. What a great idea for using the press ons. TFS.

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  29. I love pink paislee and now I need to get some of this line for sure, thanks for the great tips....

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  30. I just LOVE your altered flowers and layout!

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  31. What a cute idea! I just bought some of the plain white flowers..have to give this a try!

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  32. wow Nadine! i LOVE those flowers! i love that line of paper too. gorgeous!

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  33. Oh wow! What a brilliant idea! SO pretty!

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  34. I never even thought to use rub-ons. What a great idea. Those look stunning. Thanks for sharing.

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  35. oh man those flowers turned out really pretty and this turned in a fantastic layout.

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