Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Bling 'Bet Bounce and Blog Candy!

>>>try saying that 10 times fast!


Today the members of the My Favorite Things design team are showing different ideas on how to use a new MFT release called Bling 'Bet. So, today, you can bounce around to all of the blogs and see all the different ways to use this versatile set. If you didn't start at the beginning and want to see all the MFTeasers of the new sets...head on over to Kim's blog to make sure you don't miss a post.

I am showing you how to make a jewelry initial bag tag!

Materials you will need:

Jewelry piece (MFT will be carrying the exact one in this tutorial and lots of other shapes in her store soon!)

Bling 'Bet stamp (choose an initial)

ink

paper

Ultra Think Embossing Powder

bling (These stones will be for sale on the MFT set with this new release!)

Melting Pot (Ranger)



Step 1: Cut paper to the size of the jewelery piece. Stamp Bling 'Bet letter in the center of the paper.








Step 2: Add crystals on all the holes in the letter. Adhere letter paper to the jewelry peice with glue.








Step 3: Heat UTEE (Ultra Thick Embossing Powder) in the melting pot until melted.










You can see how the embossing powder looks when melting in this photo. When the powder looks all clear, you are ready for the next step. Note: You will need more powder than you think as the powder shrinks in liquid form.







Step 4: Pour melted embossing powder over the pendant. Make sure to fill it close to but not all the way to the top as it will overflow.
Note: You can use your embossing tool to go back and remelt any part that did not dry perfectly.



Here is my finished tag. I just added a ribbon to tie in onto the bag. You can make jewelry, bookmarks and keychains using the same technique.


Here is the little bag with the tag:


Blog Candy: Do you love the new Bling 'Bet? If you would like to be entered to win this set, just comment on this post by Thursday, February 5, at 5:00 p.m. CST. Tell me one project you would love to make with this fun alphabet. Random.Cara will pick a winner that night. (As always, subscribers are welcome to post two times!)

To continue the blog hop, please visit the talented Candice's blog!

Don't forget: My Favorite Things is having a New Release Cocktail Party on Wednesday, Februray 4th from 9-10 p.m. EST. This month there are THREE new sets being released including a Who's that Girl set that is GOING DIGITAL! Head over to the MFT forum on Splitcoaststampers to find out all the details and to find out how YOU can be the next MFT Guest Designer. We hope to see you there on Wednesday night. Thanks for stopping by!

Thanks for stopping by!

193 comments:

jen del muro (iheart2stamp.com) said...

how fun!! this is totally cute!

JessicaK said...

Nice Cammy. I see a heat trend happening here already. Bookmarks would be cute with these, using a charm-letter on one side with a cute MFT bookmark and ribbon on the other.

Jessie/knightrone said...

Totally fun and cute Cammie!!

Shannan Teubner said...

This is adorable, Cammie!! Love it!

StampOwl said...

fabulous Cammie

Betty aka ZacksNana said...

Cammie: I'm gonna have to come back to your blog so I can get a better grasp of your technique. This is an awesome charm.

Joy said...

I loooove this....I would looove to make Polo a doggie tag with a Pimpin' Blinged out P!!!!

texasjodylynn said...

Super cute idea, Cammie. :)

JOY said...

Hi Cammie...

I can imagine this would be great for giving to my elderly clients sometimes..I would probably use a pin back to use as a brooch for them..or use as a pendent for a necklace to personalize it for them. They enjoy the most simple things..

Thanks for sharing this with us..

Anonymous said...

Love the bling and since it's a K just send it my way...lol. Love your blog.

Kathy Brown
kabstampup@yahoo.com

Jamie said...

This has got to be the coolest thing I've seen this year! Nice work.

Susan White said...

Cammie your pendant is very cool. I can imagine all kinds of things to do with this alphabet.

Dolce Deb's Designs said...

Cammie what a great project and I have that melting pot and have yet to use it so this inspires me. I think this set would also be great to make some fun stationary for gift giving.

Thank you for a chance to win.

Debbie/Phx AZ

Sandi in FL said...

WOW! How CLEVER is this??? Really FABULOUS!!!

Dolce Deb's Designs said...

Hey Cammie I am just commenting again because I am a subscriber thanks again.

Debbie/Phx AZ

Maureen said...

I love your little purse tag! I would love to make one for my gym bag.

Michelle said...

How fun is that?!? I would definitely have to make necklaces for my daughter, several colors so she can always match whatever she's wearing.

Kelli said...

Oh wow!!! I love how that utee looks...I LOVE UTEE and this is great...I'm STOKED for the releases.... WAHOOO!!!

Katie said...

Wow, what a great idea! That set looks so awesome and versatile! My mind is racing with ideas! I think it would be fun to punch out the holes and leave them open or fill them with my fav bling! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win! Katie

Casmiles said...

I love this. I'll definitely have to be ordering some of these jewely things...AND, I'll finally use my melting pot. I knew I would...have had other opportunities, but this one is a MUST DO and very soon. YES!!!

kngwd89 said...

I've only used UTEE for embossing. I'm glad to see another way of using it. I look forward to trying to make one of those charms and adding it to a tag.

Rachel said...

I would love to make something Bling-y for my dd (and for myself, too!). Thanks for the chance to win.

Rachel said...

My second post since I'm a subscriber. :)

jules p said...

I would love to use this set to monogram napkins. I love anything with a monogram on it.

jules p said...

post #2....and the second thing I would like to use this set for would be to stamp my name. i can't find anything with my name on it. :)

jules said...

what about a bracelet that Kim made for you?!?! she said to ask you!

Jessica said...

What a great idea! You make it look so easy :)

I love the new Bling alphabet, it's adorable! I'd love to make a door sign for my daughter with it. I've got lots of bling in my stash!

Kathy Kelsheimer said...

I was thinking these letters might make a fun "name plate". Thanks for the great sampels!
shecop@charter.net

{MoM} said...

WOW! I love this.. I can't wait to buy and try to make some pendants.. My Girl Scout Troop would love them as an end of the year gift!

This is very lovely and thanks for the tutorial..(off to find a melting pot)

Carolina said...

Eek - is this too cute or what?! Love this set and I'd love to make an alphabet book for my new niece! Thanks for the chance to be able to win it Cammie!

Ifat Art said...

Great idea! I love it!

IfatArt

Ifat Art said...

comment #2 - Thank you for the chance!

IfatArt

Joanne B. said...

Oh my gosh, I've GOT all these things. Can't wait to make one! Beautiful Carolyn!

StampinCathy said...

This is just adorable. I could see doing charms, bookmarks, & necklace. Thanks for a chance.

StampinCathy said...

How exciting to have another chance for this cute set. Thanks

Terri E. said...

Wow thanks so much. I think I will be doing something fun for my daughter as she is the queen of bling.

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Nancy said...

I love the tag you made. I never would have thought of it! I can't wait to see the rest of the set!

Of course the first things that come to mind when I think of what I could make with this set are cards and book marks. Scrapbooking titles would be cool too.

Thanks for the chance to win it!

rae said...

This is adorable, girl!!
And thanks for the the kind words on my blog, just the pick-me-up I needed!
I hope that all is well with you :)

nancy said...

How cute is that. What a fun way to personalize something. Thanks for sharing

Moni said...

Great! Thanks for the chance! Hugs, Moni

Andrea said...

Fun fun fun. I would use it to label bins for my girls stuff :) Thanks for the inspiration!

Andrea said...

2nd post because I subscribe through google reader - Fun fun fun. I would use it to label bins for my girls stuff :) Thanks for the inspiration!

SusanR said...

What a cute idea! This would make great party favors for a tween girl to give at her birthday party. I don't have any girls myself, but I love to make things for my nieces! Thanks for the idea!

SusanR said...

Here's my 2nd post as a subscriber - would also love to make some personalized journals for my gal pals with this set. Thanks for a chance to win!

Julia D said...

What a unique set! I think it would be fun to make a chunky, funky pendant for a necklace.

Julia D said...

This is my 2nd entry *fingers crossed*

debb said...

This is so cute- I have not ever played with the crystals or the ultra embossing powder- I see some purchases in my future! I would love to try to make zipper pulls, luggage tag (a little extra to add to the suitcase so you know it is yours!), and locker charms! I am sure I will think of more uses so I hope I win! LOL debb

Janna said...

OMG!!! This is the coolest project ever!! I never would have thought of this! People would love to have these little monogrammed tags! i am so giving this a try! Thanks for the wonderful idea!

Smiles,
janna

Donna said...

this is great, Cammie! tfs - been wondering how the UTEE & melting put work. I'd make some personalized jewelry with mine!

Michelle said...

id love to make some charms and pendant pieces..this makes me think that i MUST get a melting pot.

Angel said...

how cool!!!! it'd be great to make necklaces for party favors!!

Dawn said...

I have oodles of ideas for this set like cards, bookmarks, notebooks, and I have to try that jewelry idea too. Thanks for sharing!

Shannon said...

This is adorable!!!! It would be great for tags for kid's bags for school or sports too!

Megan said...

I would make a diaper bag tag for my sweet little niece! How cute is this!!

Dawn Easton said...

Totally cool Carolyn! I'm into making bookmarks lately...maybe that or even a new backpack tag for Chloe. The one I made her at the beginning of the year is no longer "cool" or so she says...haha!

Gabriela said...

What a precious little purse tag! You've clearly outdone yourself. I would love to make a tag like yours for my daughter's backpack zipper pull. I'm sure she'd love a coordinating bookmark too. I subscribe through Google Reader, but you already knew that.

Julie Masse said...

Fabulous project Cammie!! Those little pendants are so much fun to work with - so many possibilities!! I love the alphabet - great idea!

mspiggy7 said...

Cammie, What a cute set & project. Perfect for jewelry & other ideas. I probably would make several personalized bookmarks for my library friends. Thanks for sharing. - Marlene

Lisa Graves said...

Love your project and that stamp set. I can see using that set to make personalized notebooks for my neices.

Whimsey said...

OH MY GOSH; how stinking cool is THAT!!! I'm off to finish bouncing the blogs! :D

Thanks for the chance to win!

Lisa H. said...

how cute is that! I want to make one of those little tags. I have all boys so I love to give myself some bling!

Anonymous said...

I think this would be great to make a luggage tag Diana C

Shelby said...

What a cool idea!
I'd love to make name frames for my best friend's upcoming twins. :)

Michele L. said...

Nice tutorial
love it!

Chris said...

My first thought glamorous bookmarks(teachers gifts or for Book Friends). Great for birthday gifts for those tweens!Thanks so much.
Off to blog bouncing.

sandyh50 said...

Cute project, but I don't have a melting pot! I think I would like to make bookmarks for my class.

Chris said...

Hi again,
I'm a subscriber! I love my visits with you.

Donna said...

Love the tag Cammie! I think stationary would be great with this. Thanks for sharing.

Donna said...

I'm a subscriber so thanks for the second chance! Love to blog hop.

Anonymous said...

Very neat! I think I can see lots of blinged things for my nieces with these letters!!
Thanks for the opportunity to win it cammie!!!!
Diane Cooper
diane7@rogers.com

Anonymous said...

Entry #2 for me!!! Thanks Cammie!
Diane Cooper
diane7@rogers.com

Jingle said...

I would love to make monogram card sets to give as gifts with this stamp set! So fun!

Irene Lenihan said...

I love that bling. It would make good pendants for my daughter and granddaughter for their cell phones.

LisaV said...

LOVE IT! What a great idea
LisaV

Vickilyn said...

Love the tag! I am a scrapbooker, so I can see great TITLES being made with this. Can't wait!!

Nicole said...

HI! Your tag is sooooo cute!
And, I just have to make fun of you, we are in FEBRUARY NOW, HAHA!!
We all know you meant FEBRUARY 5th, but I just had to poke fun at ya!
January went by way too fast, didn't it?

Big Hugs, Nicole xox

Carla said...

I was thinking bookmarks, luggage tags fridge magnets, backpack tags, you could make a medallion of sorts and wrap it around a candle, T & C for weddings (Bride & groom's initials) the possiblities are endless!!

Carla said...

Second post-of course I subscribe! Do you think I'd miss out on a Cammie post?

Michelle said...

OMG!!! I am so loving this Cammie.. Hope you like Ft. Hood.. San Antonio misses you..

Michelle

Margo said...

Oh how fun! I would love to use this set to create little initial tags for all of my friends to hang on their crafting totes - since so many of us have the same ones!!!

Darlene L said...

My first thought was personalized key chains or bookmarks which I am sure has been posted by many others as well. Love the purse and the tag. Nice tutorial too--always fun to learn something new.

Darlene L said...

Here is my second entry as a subscriber. I love bling added to anything. Handmade bling will just add the extra to anything you add it too.

JenMarie said...

LOVE this! I would want to try THIS!!!

JenMarie said...

I'm a subscriber! :)

Pat said...

Wow...the possibilities are endless with this set. Purses, backpacks, diaperbags,laptop bags... really just about any item that you would care to add a special little bling to.

The Larsen's said...

I would love to make some name tags for the kids cubbies in the mudroom or closet.

Anonymous said...

i'm loving this set. i would probably make jewlery for my daughter. Kayla T.

tyrymom29 said...

soooo Kool !! Im loving this :)

Anonymous said...

i'm a subscriber. Kayla T.

Julia Aston said...

Love the tag you made Carolyn - I think I'd use the alphabet for cards - cutting out the letters to form the word I needed for the card! very cute idea with the circles ready for the bling!

AG said...

Ooooh! Very cute! I would personalize some of my son's items. Thanks for a chance to win!

AG said...

Post #2 - I'm a subscriber. I love your blog!!!!

Ashley said...

Ohh, I love this! I really want to start using alphabet stamps in my scrapbooks instead of stickers and chipboard.

Callie Michelle said...

That is seriously cute. What a fun way to dress up a bag. I would definitely make those! I'm also imagining the possibilities of the letters with the bling on them for my daughter's scrapbook... she's a total little princess that loves anything that shines. Super excited for the release!

Suzanne said...

What a fun project. And it can be used for so many things.....Thanks for sharing it with us.

bobbyjo (at SCS) said...

This is a really great use of this set! I'm impressed.

Anita C said...

Love the jewerly initial Cammie, such a great idea! Oh yeah Kim mentioned to ask you to post a pic of the bracelet that they made you :)

Patty J said...

Such a cool alphabet - and your idea is awesome.

specialcraftmom4 said...

This looks like a lot of fun! Now I need a melting pot (: Thanks, LOL!

Brandi Washburn said...

Your tag is adorable! I would love to make charms for my dogs and cats collars.

Ila said...

What a Great project!! and looks So Fabulous!!

Reality Show Reject said...

Very cute! I would use it the same way, to make tags for purses or backpacks. Thanks for sharing!

Leezer said...

How Cute. I just love Bling

Nancy said...

I would love to the same project you did, how fun is that!!

Nancy said...

I would love to the same project you did, how fun is that!!

Nancy said...

I would love to the same project you did, how fun is that!!

Nancy said...

I would love to the same project you did, how fun is that!!

Nancy said...

I would love to the same project you did, how fun is that!!

Nancy said...

I would love to the same project you did, how fun is that!!

Kerry J. said...

Love your bag tag Cammie!! I think it would be great to make notebooks and even art for my kids walls. Thanks for the chance to win!

Kerry J. said...

And one more for subscribing through Google reader.

Janet said...

Wow! I can see making individual inialed charms for all the girls in my daughter's wedding next year. I would love to win the Bling "Bet?

Jana Weaver said...

Beautiful project!! Would love to make some projects for my little girl - she would LOVE the bling!!

Jana Weaver said...

And here's comment #2. Have a great day!!

dpkennedy said...

Cute idea!

battlecrossgirl said...

That was a great pendant tutorial. It looked really great. I would like to win this blog candy so I could personalize things like stationary and card boxes. This stamp set and gems would make the perfect bling accessory for things like that.

Cassie said...

I'm sorry if this is a duplicate post - although I do have you in my Google Reader, so I guess it's okay.

I think your tag is way cute and would love to make that exact project!!

Melody said...

Creative project! I think this set will be so versatile. How about a luggage tag. Would LOVE to own it.

Kathy McDonald said...

How cute! The possibilities are endless. Bookmarks, personalized notecards, etc.

Carrie B said...

I love you projects, always so nice :) I'd make a bulletin board for my step daughter's room, that way it'd always have a "cool" border :)

Carrie B said...

Comment #2 :) LOVE you're blog!

Lynne in NI said...

Wow! What a great set and I loved the tag you made with it. I would adapt it ever so slightly to make my Westie Ruby a dog tag! Thanks for the chance of winning your fab blog candy!

retiredheather said...

This looks like so much fun.
Hugs
Heather

retiredheather said...

comment #2
I think I need to try this utee stuff and this stamp has given me a reason.
Hugs
Heather

Chelle said...

ooooh, love it! Is the UTEE waterproof (or resistant) once it's set?

leenda said...

Very creative! I would like to try what you did here. Just think of all the gifts it would make!!

leenda said...

I subscribe therefore my second entry! You're a jewel!!

milkshake007 said...

I would love to make your adorable bag tag.....Cute!!

Michelle (mla1111) said...

Such an adorable tag! I would love to make a jewelry type project, similar to yours& of course use them for scrapbooking pages.

Christine said...

This is adorable! I would love this set so that next year I can just "address" my Christmas presents with blinged out monograms! What a fantastic idea this "Bling 'Bet" is! Thanks for sharing your project! - Christine aka Stampin' Ninja

KanataNewf said...

Totally adorable. For me, I would say I would have to make my favourite gift to give my girlfriends these days, some hand-made monogrammed note-cards. Everyone seems to really appreciate these when they get them!

Karen Motz said...

Wow...what a great project! I'd love to make a personalized photo frame with the Bling 'Bet. :)

Melanie said...

what a cool alhpabet, I'm excited!

Judi said...

So cute. Let's see, I would probably make a keyring for my daughter's backpack. It's all about the bling!!!!

Judi said...

Since I am a subscriber to your blog, here is my 2nd post. Another fun thing that I would make would be some kind of attachment for a glass. Like the rings that they put on wine glasses, etc. This would be cute to attach on glasses like that. Another idea would be a mongrammed glass. Love the melting pot, I've never seen one of those. TFS

Christina Gerloff said...

Toooooooooooooo cute! I love it. Hope you have a great day!

Marge Sexton said...

Love this tag, it is too cool; I can think of so many uses for it! I'm off to bounce around and see the others. Thanks Cammie

Marge Sexton said...

Entry #2 for me....Thanks Cammie

Mary in Chicago said...

I think the alphabet would be fun to make a game with my kids to work on our alphabet.

greenc said...

I would make key chains out of them and give them as gifts...or keep them myself and they would label the different cars. Thanks for offering such great candy. Cathy

greenc said...

I'm a subscriber through my google reader! I love that I get to see all your postings and not miss one! Another thing I might use this set for is a set of monogrammed cards, stationery and desk accessories. Cathy

carmen said...

this id great, love all your projects

bobbyjo (at SCS) said...

Finished the hop and what neat projects! The ones I'd like to do are yours, joanne's, and the last one of all, the darling baby card and blocks. Also loved the one with the designer paper in the 'holes'... so many neat ideas!

Jodi said...

Absolutely gorgeous pendant ~ I'm sure my girls would love that! I think some monogrammed book marks with those over-sized paper clips would be cute, and of course monogrammed cards. There are so many possibilities with this set. Thanks for the chance to win :)

Kim said...

Cammie this is awesome!!!! I love it!!!!! I would love to make a custom braclet for my mom and sister with this set! Your handbag charm turned out so adrorable!
Hugs~ Kim

Tracey said...

I love this idea!! So cute Cammie! Oh, the possibilities with this one! I love your tag and think I would make one of those for on my daughter's backpack. I could probably also come up with lots of other people who might need a tag just so I can play some more! ;)

Candice said...

This is WAY too cool, Cammie - fabulous idea!!

Karen said...

Love your purse tag. I would like to make one for my pull over jacket to attach to the zipper. Thanks for the chance to win!

Harriet Skelly (SCS hskelly) said...

Cammie, i received an email that I unsubscribed from your blog. This happened to me on another blog too. I didn't unsubscribe but I went ahead and subscribed again. If you are getting others unsubscribing theere may be a problem with Feedblitz. Just wanted you to know I still love your blog!!

Carmen (guatelicia on SCS) said...

I think this set would be cute to make a shadow box for a girl. Love the tag you made!

Melissa said...

The purse charm is so cute. I think it would be great for the kids - "identifier" for gym bags, book bags, etc. Also cute for albums/scrapbooks.
Bulletin boards or personal journals

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

Would be great for notecards!

Carmen (guatelicia on SCS) said...

This is my second entry since I'm a subscriber.
Thanks for the chance to win!

sarahw said...

So cute. I think it would be neat to add to a luggage tag.

Parker and Emma's Mom said...

To make some things for my daughter's room.

Paper Princess said...

Cammie,
I love your blog, you are so inspiring.
I think that it would make a cool pull for a purse.
Donna Coffman

Crafty Math Chick said...

I LOVE the new Bling bet and hot fixx tool - the possibilities are endless really, but I can picture making nameplate signs for my niece with it first! Thanks for the chance to win Cammie!

~Meredith

Diva Scrapper said...

Gorgeous..I would love to make letters to spell out my son's name and then hang it from a bracelet that I could wear..something about him made especially by me. This would be the perfect little bit of bling to do it with.

Marsha said...

What a wonderful Alphabet Set. CLEVER ! I bounced thru the blogs - so many fun projects but I love what you did. I can see how fun this would be to make necklaces for my grand-daughters.

Tanaia said...

I think that it would be fun to make a necklace with it, can't wait to try this technique, thanks for sharing!!

Traci said...

WOW! so cool! I love the tag idea. I think it would be cool to make them so my nieces could personalize their school bags, golf club bags and other bags. Having twins in the family we have to be creative so everyone knows who's is who's. LOL

Charmaine said...

Very cute. It would be nice for personalized necklaces or bracelets.

Charmaine

cathygalloway89 said...

I LOVE the jewelry tag that you made with the new alphabet!!

Lori A. said...

Very cute! This would be great for personalized items - jewelry, bookmarks, stationary!

Linda H said...

This is a really neat idea...since my daughter loves bling even more than I do...I would be able to make anything for her to enjoy.

Jennie said...

Oh I love this! So very cute. It is a very unique alphabet set...love the style. As for me, I would make baby items (thinking stamping out a baby's name on a narrow frame), cards, stationary, magnets (as in ititials)..on and on I could go.

I am off to subscribe for another chance. I *hear* your blog! One of my first stops when I blog hop!

Cambria Turnbow said...

Hi Cami... just wanted to pop in and say hello and I miss seeing your cute smiling face. I had so much fun with you during the short time we had together at CHA. I think you are bomb baby!

Talk to you soon,
Cammie.... snort! :)

Jennie said...

Just subscribed so another comment *~* ....thanks for the chance at the blog candy!

The Memory Keeper said...

Oh how cute! I have to try this!

Alyssa B said...

wow! what would I make? Scrapbooking headings!

Nancy said...

Hi Cammie! What a cool alphabet! I think it wouls be cool to make key chains and luggage tags.

Nancy said...

Hi Cammie! What a cool alphabet! I think it wouls be cool to make key chains and luggage tags.

Nancy said...

Hi Cammie! What a cool alphabet! I think it wouls be cool to make key chains and luggage tags.

Diane said...

Very, very cute! I would love to make one of these tags, as you did! TFS!

Charmaine said...

I think I would use it for monogrammed items.

Charmaine

Sue Van said...

I would love to make jewelry tags like yours. I think it would be great for luggage, making it unique to you.

Heather "Hev" said...

Hi Carolyn :)

I think a set of altered push pins would look fab with this set :) Fun!!

Added you to My Guilt Free Candy Store

Hugs Heather

Gabriela said...

Oh my gosh I almost forgot to post my second comment (since I subscribe through Google Reader). I'm just smitten wioth your purse tag - it's precious!

Aunt T said...

Great set. I'm already planning to embellish a few picture frames for my niece and nephew with the Bling bet!

Teresa

Kriss Danielson said...

Wow, love your tag! I think this set would be great for scrapbooking or doing monogram cards. Thanks for the chance to win!

JAR said...

Isn't this awesome!!? I love that -- now I need a melting pot! (Of course.....)

I would like to do luggage tags and little monograms for all my teacher friends' badges we have to wear that are UGLY. They could be so cute with initials!

JAR said...

Second entry for a subscriber! (See above comment!)

Elena said...

Very cute embellishments for the bag! Thank you for the tutorial, Cammie!
I think this stamp set is great for scrapbooking!

Kitty Rodahl said...

This is sooo cool, Cammie! I love monogrammed anything! Thanks for sharing!

Christine said...

Hey Cammie,
I'm back to leave my second comment! Thanks for the invite to do so! It was great to hear back from you and thank you for all of your knowledgeable advice! I have started to look at some of the blogs on your "blog roll" and am loving what I see! Thanks again for sharing your talent!
Christine aka Stampin' Ninja

sandyh50 said...

Just coming back for my second chance! Thanks!

Sally said...

I think it would be great to stamp on shrink plastic and poke out the holes and string the initial on a necklace. Thanks for sharing!

Lori in KS said...

That is so cute! I would love to win a set to try it.
Lori in KS

Char in So Cal said...

Sooooo cute! I am very much into monogram stationary and card sets because they make great gifts. This stamp set will be perfect for the things I like to create!

Thanks for the op to win!

Char in So Cal
{scrampaddict} {at} {cox} {dot} {net}

Lee (LuvLee on SCS) said...

Ohhh wow!! That is sooo awesome!! I obviously have GOT to get a little melting pot now!! I love how I find new things I just "need"!!! LOL

JennyM said...

I would love to make some monogram pins. That would be so much fun.
Thanks for the opportunity to win. Jenny M.

Peggy said...

I love this. I think I would make some necklaces/jewelry. Thanks for letting us play.
God bless!

Lori H said...

I would love to use this alphabet to make some cute tags for my daughters bookbag & purse. So cute!