Triple Hop-Day 1

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This Girl Boss LOVES it when her Design Team girls have awesome ideas and thus was born the Triple Blog Hop weekend!!! We are thrilled to have you join us and have some lovely creative guests with us.  For starters, Missy Whidden is joining us today and tomorrow.  We are very thankful for Missy for sharing her creativity and time with SpiegelMom Scraps!  Big hugs Missy!!

Quick announcement!!!  The winner of the $10 shop credit from yesterday’s hop is…. 

Natalie Dill

Hop completed! So much great inspiration! Love the new products too! 🙂

Please email Jody at spiegelmom@gmail.com to claim your prize my dear!!!  Ok, on with today’s hop!!

Each day this weekend, we are featuring a different product from the shop. Today is all about Felites, Saturday we are shaking things up with sequins and Sunday we are getting messy with mixed media and cork!!  We hope you enjoy the inspiration this weekend delivers! Ok, onto the today’s line-up!

2. Missy Whidden

3. Hannah Lemieux 

4. Felicia Young

For my layout today, I wanted to steer away from plain white American Crafts cardstock or a patterned paper.  I really wanted to use the brand spankin’ new Paige Evans Take Me Away collection with Pink Paislee so I decided to compliment it with starting with lavender American Crafts cardstock from my stash. 
@pinkpaislee @paigeevans @americancrafts @amytangerine @shimmerzpaintz @spiegelmomscraps @jodyspiegehoff, #spiegelmomscraps #shimmerzpaints #sequins #felt #diecuts #stitching #handstitching #paigeevans #takemeaway #pinkpasileeI added some gorgeous Shimmerz Dazzlerz in Licorice using an older Amy Tangerine stencil and just love the contrast!!  I added a thin layer so it would dry faster.  Then I had the idea to use my Kaisercraft metal dies as a stitching template.  I positioned my metal heart die around my layout in three spots and used my paper poker to poke the holes for my hand stitching.  It really didn’t take that long with stitch the hearts as they weren’t very big and I only used white embroidery thread.  I added the two shades of grey Heart Felties in a few areas around my layout, especially nearby and touching the stitched hearts.  I love to have similar embellishments touch and overlap.  I feel it’s very interesting in a layout.


Another one my favorite things to do so that I don’t waste any Shimmerz products is use the stencil as a stamp after I’ve used it as a stencil.  Hang in there and follow what I’m sayin’!!  After I used my Amy Tangerine triangle stencil to create the black triangles shown above, there is still some Dazzlerz leftover on my stencil, right?  So, instead of just wiping it off, I turned the stencil over and stamp that leftover Dazzlerz down right onto the bottom right corner of my layout.  It leaves a pretty cool effect!!

I’m so grateful you stopped by today!!  I hope you’ve enjoyed my layout, featuring some fabulous Heart Felties!!  Be sure to leave a comment on all the blogs today and throughout the weekend! There’s another chance everyday this weekend to win another $10 shop credit!!  

Now, you’re on to the amazing Missy Whidden!!  Enjoy her beautiful work my friends! 

27 thoughts on “Triple Hop-Day 1”

  1. love the lavender cardstock for your background. and the idea of using the leftover Shimmerz on your stencil is a great idea. i do the same in my art journal but havent done it on the same layout i used the stencil on. so going to try that. love the feltie hearts, so adorable and love all the layering of different hearts

  2. read all the blog posts and commented on each. (some under Lynne and others as nujlh). got some great ideas. cant wait for tomorrows’ posts.

  3. I am in love with this page Jody!! The stenciling, the stitching, the hearts, the house paper cut out and that photo is adorable!! This is definitely on my list to scrap lift soon 🙂 I also can’t wait for the rest of the hop this weekend!! Super excited!!

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