Wednesday, 25 November 2015

GV Blog Hop - Seeing 3D

Hello My Friends and Welcome to the SU! Grand Vacation - Mediterranean Achievers Blog Hop

Which is a big long name that means -->  Woot, woot!   Thanks to SU! my hubby and I are going on a Mediterranean cruise next May!  So me and a bunch of my very talented friends who all earned the cruise together are participating in a blog hop to show you some gorgeous 3D projects.  I hope you like what I have to show you today.  And I *know* you will love the projects all of my friends have on display.  Don't forget to visit everyone.  And feel free to leave a comment.  Spread the joy my friends!

So what do I have to share with you today?  I decided to show you just how easy it is to create cute little paper earrings using Stampin' Up! supplies.  These earrings are lightweight, fast to create, easy to make, inexpensive and just plain old CUTE!!  Anyone would be thrilled to receive a gift like this from you.  And you could use ANY symmetrical image/punch or framelits to create similar earrings.  Just like I did several years ago in THIS POST

The super-cool thing about these kinds of earrings is that they are so fun and so FAST to make!!  Just to prove it to you, I created this video.  Honestly my friends, this cute little project will take you mere minutes!

And who wouldn't want to walk around wearing snowflake earrings?  Right?!?

I need to go now to make earrings from our Christmas Tree punch.  And the little snowman from Snow Place.  And maybe a brightly coloured circle (or 2) as ornaments.  You can never have too many Christmas earrings, can you?

Hope you enjoyed your 3D waltz through my blog.  And don't forget to visit everyone else on the list below.  Hopping is fun and you will be amazed at the sheer gorgeousness of some of these projects!

Have a terrific rest-of-the-week and God Bless,    ~Cynthia   <><


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    1. Thanks Ange. I really LOVED the gingerbread men I made a few years ago. Think I'll go make some little snowmen now. Can't wait to start hopping through and seeing what all the ladies have done this month. Have a great evening and God Bless, ~Cynthia <><

  2. I love these Cynthia and thanks for making the video!

  3. Super cute, Cynthia! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Your first sentence cracked me up! Love the earrings. Fabulous!

  5. Those snowflakes look great in 3D! What a sweet project!

  6. Very cute snowflake earrings - thanks for the video showing another way to use these gorgeous punched shapes, and for the record I am a Christmas junkie too!

  7. You are one talented lady my friend - love them!! Thanks for the quick and easy video too............Diane

  8. Hi Cynthia, CUTE earrings! You are so crafty :)

  9. Super-cute idea Cynthia - I've finally given in and ordered this bundle too!

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