November 18, 2010

Spellbinders & Friends Holiday Hoppin' Event





Welcome to the first day of the Spellbinders™ Paper Arts Holiday Hoppin’ Blog Hop!  Spellbinders, along with Spellbinders Cross Promotional Partners are showcasing their newest products just in time for your Holiday crafting and gift giving.  


Lots of creative ideas are in store, as well as prizes galore!  


Each participating company has generously donated towards the prize package listed on the Spellbinders Blog.  A total of two identical prize packages, one for each day, November 18 and 19 will be given away!  To enter, just leave a comment on a participating blog!  Comments in the first 48 hours of the post are eligible.  One commenter each day will be randomly selected as the winner.  Winners will be announced on November 22, on the Spellbinders Blog!




For this project I used my Spellbinders Grand Labels One to frame the image of my stamped Santa.  I had seen a paper poinsettia wreath on the Martha Stewart website and was inspired to make my own interpretation thereof using Spellbinders die templates, cardstock, patterned paper, glitter and stamps.  Here is a list of supplies you will need:


{Supplies}

Paper: The Robin's Nest: Glittered Clover Border, Red Lion
Speciality Paper: 3M Post-it Craft Full Adhesive
Markers: Copic
Other: styrofoam wreath, ribbon, glitter berries


{How To}
Below you will find my first attempt at a video blog tutorial :)  In this video you will see a basic introduction to the Grand Calibur, Grand Labels One and Labels One die templates and how to make a glittered frame like the one on my wreath:




I created the inside glittered petals of the Poinsettia flowers the same way I made the frame. Simply cut each center flower out using the Poinsettia die template and Post-it Craft Paper.  Peel off backing and dip in glitter.

{Blog Hop}


*Kazan Clark*

Simply leave a comment on my blog to be eligible to win the Spellbinders Holiday Hoppin




One winner will be chosen from all the comments on all the blogs participating today.  Comments made in the first 48 hours of this post will be eligible to win.  Winner’s names will be published on the Spellbinders Blog on November 22, and they will have 48 hours to reply to Spellbinders to claim the prizes.  

Thank you so much for stopping by today - I hope you enjoyed my project and video (eeeak).  Be sure to see all of tomorrow’s Holiday Hoppin’ blogs for inspiring projects and another chance to win!
Hugs
Kazan

906 comments:

  1. Ohh such a gorgeous wreath!
    Hugs from Maya

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  2. This is fun! What a great way to see so many wonderful projects.

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  3. GASP!!!! Talk about siple bautiful!!. Humm ca you make me one?? hehehehe...

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  4. Beautiful!! I'm definitely going to give this a try. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. So many ideas, so little time! :) Gorgeous projects!

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  6. I love your projects.

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  7. Your wreath is beyond beautiful!

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  8. So far I love this hop! THis is beautiful!I love all the different papers used for the pionsetta.

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  9. WOW Kazan . . . such a Beautiful wreath! Anyone would love to have this hanging in their home for the holidays . . . even me and I'm a ba humbug this year! LOL Beautiful Work! :)

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  10. This wreath is lovely, and it's such a beautiful item to decorate any home for the holiday. Thanx for sharing this creative idea.

    Carol

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  11. Wow! I'm in AWE!! Love your projects and thanks for the tutorial!

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  12. Wow! That is something really beautiful! I have to find some time to try and make something like that.

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  13. Simply amazing! I love this! What a work of art!

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  14. Your wreath is GORGEOUS!!!! Love it!

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  15. WOW! very impressive, beautifully done. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. What can I say? Beautiful work--and to think it is just paper. You are one talented person! Deanna

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  17. OH Kazan....STUNNING!! Very beautify!! Thank you for sharing!!

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  18. Oh I have these dies just never thought to make a wreath with them thanks so much for inspiring me

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  19. This is soooo cool!! You did an amazing job!! WOW! Martha is pretty inspirational sometimes!!

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  20. Awesome tut Kazan:) You wreath is so fantastic:)

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  21. So cool to see the three dimensional project; thanks for sharing!

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  22. I love this! Might have to make my own version for our front door!

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  23. What a fabulous wreath! Thank you for sharing.

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  24. Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing. Beautiful wreath.

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  25. Fabulous wreath, Kazan! Love the poinsettias and the wonderfully framed Santa!

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  26. This is gorgeous, must have taken forever!! And thank you for the video.

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  27. beautifully done project


    cathie
    scraphappycat@gmail.com

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  28. JudyI, St. Louis MONovember 18, 2010 at 7:32 AM

    What a fabulous project. I'm glad I've got the poinsettia dies. I'm looking forward to trying this.

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  29. Wow, I wasn't thinking about needing the grands until seeing this. What a great project and I love the name of your blog, by the way.

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  30. I love love love love love love , LOVE ..did I say LOVE this ! So very much ! It is gorgeous !

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  31. Beautiful, thanks for sharing. Love it.

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  32. How beautiful! You did a great job on your tutorial for your first time.

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  33. gorgeous wreath!! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  34. Absolutely gorgeous~ love, love, love this. Thanks so much for sharing your talent!

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  35. Love this project - would love to win!

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  36. What a wonderfully unique idea - thanks for sharing!

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  37. Wow - the flowers are just gorgeous on your wreath. I love this idea for the holidays! I sometimes forget just how versatile the spellbinders can be. LOVE this product and how it can be used so easily with other products. Thanks for sharing your ideas.

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  38. wow...stunning. I cant believe how beautiful this is.

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  39. This is so pretty! Thanks for sharing.

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  40. Thank you for the video. It was very informative. I really get more out of videos than I do from reading instructions.

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  41. Gorgeous wreath! The flowers are beautiful and that tag is fantastic!

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  42. these would look great hanging from the chairs at Christmas dinner...and would provide a take home favor that could be used at future Christmas'
    Thanks for sharing, great idea....Happy Holidays!!
    Edna in INdiana

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  43. This project just blows me away. So pretty and will look great on my front door. I love Spellbinders!

    Mary

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  44. Your wreath is beautiful and I love the Santa stamp you chose.

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  45. How GORGEOUS!!! You are just too creative for your own good! :)

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  46. Simply gorgeous! Thank you for sharing!

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  47. Your project brings back the good ol' days of handmade projects. I learned young with these. Thanks for the memories, Tootsie

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  48. Your tags is nice, but I REALLY like the flowers. This little wreath would make a cute party favor.

    http://debrapate.blogspot.com

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  49. What an absolutely gorgeous project.

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  50. Wow, this is absolutely lovely!

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  51. oh Kazan, kazan, Kazan....how absolutely fabulous is your wreath!!!! gorgeous!

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  52. This is just so very stunning Kazan. Absolutley gorgeous! Love the video too!

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  53. I love your wreath and especially the stamped santa.

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  54. WOW, this is awesome! A gorgeous creation!

    Lauren

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  55. Really cute Santa for the beautiful wreath. Perfect die cut for this project. Thanks

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  56. Wow! I love the wreath! Thank you for sharing your awesome video too!

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  57. WOW! Your Nestibilities really got a workout for this wreath. It's just lovely.

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  58. Holy cow - this is just gorgeous!

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  59. What an absolutely gorgeous wreath!

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  60. Wow! absolutely stunning - what wonderful eye candy. Thank you so much for this inspiration.
    Gail Grant

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  61. Love the poinsettia wreath. What a wonderful Christmas piece. This shows that I need to step up my die collection for more fun.

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  62. Great wreath! I love all the papers you used!! Thank you for sharing.

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  63. Gorgeous..ingenious ..love the colors--thanks for sharing.

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  64. This s such a beautiful wreath Kazan! Love it.

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  65. That wreath is beautiful! I love the little tag you made with Santa's face!

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  66. Absolutely love these poinsettas! Thanks for sharing.

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  67. Wow! What a gorgeous wreath. Thanks for sharing. Tina L
    stamper301@yahoo.com

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  68. Beautiful work! I love this wreath!

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  69. Beautiful! I really enjoyed your video and learned so much. Thank you.

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  70. This is amazing. Beautiful Project.
    Hugs from Poland
    Agnieszka

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  71. Wowzer that wreath is so fabulous and the Santa tag is perfect!

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  72. What a wonderful project. I love it. Thank you.

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  73. That wreath is realy pretty and I love the Santa image. The glitter technique is great.

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  74. That is phenomenal! The amount of work that went into making that wreath is unbelievable. Beautiful.

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  75. Kazan -

    What a lovely job you did on your first video. Very clear instructions and easy to understand. And what an outstanding project. So very beautiful!

    Elaine Allen

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  76. Wow, love this wreath! Good Job, its beautiful! I will be putting your blog in my favorites!
    Rox

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  77. Love the video!! You did great for it being your first one!! I love love watching videos of people crafting!!

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  78. Beautiful wreath. So creative.

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  79. This fun, festive wreath is sure to put a smile on any face. How great would this be to dress up a dreary little corner!

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  80. Fabulous wreath. I love all the variations of color.

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  81. WOW! WOW! WOW! So beautiful. Great instructions. Thanks for sharing the tip on Post-it Craft Paper and glitter....love it!

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  82. Love the wreath. Your video was great. Thanks

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  83. What a great wreath! Love the video tutorial! Great job! Thanks so much for sharing today!
    Hugs, Wini
    wini@looneybugdesigns.com

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  84. Beautiful wreath!!!! Such a great idea.

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  85. Great, wonderful, beautiful, gorgeous, and I love the Santa tag.

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  86. wow, that wreath looks like alot of work. but it's great!!!

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  87. This is amazing. Thanks for giving me other ideas besides cards to use my nesties with

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  88. All I can say is "WOW"! Simply gorgeous!

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  89. I really like how you used the spellbinders in the wreath and how you incorporated so many different papers and products to make the wreath. It is beautiful.
    thank you for sharing.
    Gale

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  90. Those poinsettias are beautiful, and how easy to make multiples when you have the right tools,
    Thanks for sharing.

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  91. Your wreath is beautiful! I really enjoyed your video! It was very informative! Thank you! :o)

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  92. Fabulous!!!!!!!!!! I enjoy your creativity and LOVE Spellbinder's Nestabilities. Thanks.

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  93. A lot of patience went into this project! Beautiful poinsettias that make up the wreath - love all the patterned paper.

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  94. Such a beautiful job on your wreath, the multicolored papers and textures make it pop...and your santa image is adorable!!

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  95. Love the glittered frame -- I've got the poinsettia die -- and now I can't wait to make the wreath!

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  96. Sounds, easy enough (ha)! Looks spectacular and I just love those huge dies.

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  97. this is a great little project. Love the flowers. Very seasonal.

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  98. Thanks for doing the video - and wow... what a beautiful wreath!

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  99. OMG, Kazan, this is the most fabulous Christmas wreath I've seen! I love it!

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  100. Looks like a lot of work, but the result is gorgeous.

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  101. Lovely! I would love to have something like that on my door!

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  102. Cute tag. TFS
    Kerry

    mommakcrafts.blogspot.com

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  103. Oh wow this is wonderful!!! It also uses one of the spellbinder dies I happen to have!

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  104. oh I love your wreath. That is so pretty. Need to make one myself.

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  105. Gorgeous wreath! Thanks for the tag tutorial as well!

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  106. Oh that is such a beautiful Wreath I know what I am gonna ask Santa for this year!

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  107. Thanks so much for a different use for the Spellbinders.

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  108. What a gorgeous wreath! I really like how you used the nested poinsettias, and the post it craft paper- what a brilliant idea! I had been trying to figure out the purpose of that, and now I see so many possibilities! Thanks for sharing such a beautiful project!

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  109. What a gorgeuss wreath!
    Hugs from Berit

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  110. What a GORGEOUS wreath! I love this!

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  111. Great project. I love the new grands.. how awesome are they. tfs.

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  112. What a beautiful wreath--you know I've been looking at those dies and now I know I need them

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  113. WOW, what a beautiful wreath. Don't have any grand dies yet, but I can see them coming soon.
    jman4@comcast.net

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  114. What a super project. I'm going to have a go at making one of these wreaths.

    Thanks

    LesleyS

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  115. Wow! That's a lot of flowers to do. Love the Santa. Great Job! Would love to win the Spellbinders. Angie W

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  116. What a gorgeous wreath! Good job on your first video tutorial! Love your accent!

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  117. Love this wreath! I am so loving off the page projects this seasons and this is a wonderful project! thanks! cjdempsey9 at msn dot com

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  118. Great use of the 3M product!! Loved your wreath!

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  119. The glitter makes all the difference... beautiful!

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  120. Love the wreath. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  121. I loved your video, very informatiive. I can't wait until my new Grand Calibur arrives in the mail. Love this blog hop, thanks for sharing your amazing talent, and thanks Spellbinders for the fabulous prizes.

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  122. WOW!!! I will be back to see the tutorial. Love it!

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  123. Wonderful, I really got inspired to make something like this!

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  124. Hi, Gorgeous wreath ! Tks for sharing this lovely project with us on the Blog Hop ! Hugs, Yone

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  125. Very pretty! Love Spellbinder dies!

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  126. Your work is beautiful. Thanks for sharing
    Deeleane

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  127. You did great for your first video!! thanks.

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  128. OMG!! This is absolutely beautiful!! That would be so welcoming on an entrance door. TFS

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  129. Well isn't that clever and beautiful too! Who wouldn't love to hand one of these in their home!

    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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  130. What a beautiful wreath! It is really stunning.

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  131. You are super talented!! Love the wreath. I am going to be very busy copying some of the ideas I have seen.

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  132. Love the poinsetta wreath - beautiful!

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  133. Oh that is gorgeous! Love all the glitter!

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  134. Oh, I love this wreath - and what a cute Santa.

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  135. I love poinsettias...how nice!

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  136. this is simply stunning. going to attempt this one

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  137. An absolute treasure! Your first video was wonderful - you explain the process and demonstrate in a very engaging way. I learned a lot!!

    pam_lash at yahoo dot com

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  138. Beautiful wreath.. what a lovely welcome!

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  139. Absolutely stunning wreath and such an easy tip for adding the glitter- thanks!

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  140. What beautiful work you do and such an inspiration! I love the wreath....it is gorgeous! --Gail Lass, glass@swlaw.com (I don't have a blog or other account)

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  141. WOW ... as jaw hits computer desk! What a beautiful wreath!

    Teresa

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  142. Terrific holiday idea and a great way to use the Spellbinders dies1 Thanks for sharing!

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  143. this is fantastic, thanks for the chance to win!!!!

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  144. This is so beautiful ! Makes me want to get my craft on! :) TFS!

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  145. OMG - How creative! You've inspired me! Thanks for sharing! Have a great day!

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  146. What an incredible project! Thanks for sharing such a great holiday idea.

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  147. You did great on your first video--I really enjoyed it. The wreath is fabulous--I really like the glittered poinsettias.

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  148. That is one amazing wreath!!! i love it! hugz sal xx

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  149. Beautiful wreath! Loved learning about Post-it paper too...I was wondering how to use it LOL!

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  150. I love this. How creative to use the sticky side for the glitter. I would have had glue and glitter everywhere. Thanks for the tip.
    tabitha4cm at yahoo dot com

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  151. Well, I didn't see Martha's but yours is beautiful!
    What a great idea and well executed!

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  152. What a beautiful interpretation. Your wreath is fabulous.

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  153. Your wreath is amazing! It's soooo beautiful :)

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  154. Truely inspiring - simple but effective. I would have a go if i had those dies! Good tools make the inspiration come so much easier
    thanks for sharing

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  155. Truely inspiring - simple but effective. I would have a go if i had those dies! Good tools make the inspiration come so much easier
    thanks for sharing

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