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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Lovin' From the Oven VIP Blog Hop From MFT

Well, it seems as though I'm addicted to blog hops lately, right? Maybe so. They are just FUN!! Hopefully you came here from Sherrie's blog. If not, do not pass go, do not collect $200, but go to Kim's blog (trust me, it's better that Monopoly jail) and start at the beginning!

The featured product for this super cool blog hop is the newest VIP package from My Favorite Things, Lovin' From the Oven. I was so excited to see a set like this from MFT! We've got Who's That Girl slavin' in the kitchen. Can you relate? Most of the cards for this blog hop including mine, feature another new product, Nook and Pantry DP from Basic Grey that MFT is now carrying so that you can use it with this set--it's perfect, don'tcha think?

Here's what's included in the VIP package that can be yours TODAY ONLY for $30.60 (2 whole weeks before it actually releases with all the other cool and fabulous MFT stuff):
Lovin’ from the Oven Stamp set
Bakery Blend Buttons
Bakery Blend Ribbons
Sugar Glass Glitter (uber cool)
Sakura Clear Glaze Pen
Plus receive a FREE Clearly Sentimental about Food stamp set (value $9)--my sentiment on this card is one from this set--so snarky and I love it!!

Ok, all you skinny cooks out there, it's time to go mix it up with Jessie and see what she's cooked up for ya'll!

SUSIE Q-TIP: Stamp your main image on either a colored piece of cardstock or coordinating (but not too loud) pattern paper. Then paper piece everything on top of that. This photo shows you all the pieces I cut. It's a little disconcerting at first, seeing these arms flailing about all by themselves, but as it gets glued on, it's a fun look. (I use a Xyron "X" sticker maker for this also, just fyi.)



Stamps: Lovin' from the Oven, Clearly Sentimental About Food (My Favorite Things)
Paper: Dark Chocolate, Kraft (PTI), Confetti White, Nook and Pantry (Basic Grey)
Ink: Brilliance Graphite Black, Chestnut Roan (Colorbox), Chocolate Chip (SU!)
Accessories: Scallop Rectangle Nestabilities, Cuttlebug, Sewing Machine/Brown Thread, Copic Markers, Arch Border Punch (MS), Flower (Prima), Pink Twill, Baby Braddies (MFT), Glue Dot, Jody Boosters
Finished Card Size: A2

32 comments:

  1. Thanks for showing how to paper piece...hope mine turns out half as good as yours !

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  2. This is SO cute, Ms. Susie! I love all the elements of your card and how you put it together!!!!

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  3. Very cute Susie! Thanks for you hint!

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  4. I love this!!! Great tip. it makes it SOOOOO much easier...kind've makes you think how hard we really make it for ourselves sometimes!

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  5. Hehehe...love the sentiment. Makes the card cute yet devilish.

    Loving it.

    xoxo

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  6. Fantastic, Susan! I love all that paper piecing! Thanks for the tip on the Xyron...will need to do that next time!!

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  7. This is FUN, Susan! I love every detail! :)

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  8. what a great visual tip! love your card-the kraft base is awesome with these fun papers. love that burlap flower!

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  9. Another adorable card! Thanks for being so nice when I "stalked" you yesterday. I have read your blog for a long time and think you have the absolute BEST cards ever. I have told several people about your blog. I enjoy looking at them everyday.

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  10. Very cool! I love how you showed all your pieces. haha

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  11. Absolutely stunning!! Love it, and your paper piecing!!

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  12. That's a great view of paper piecing. Good info. Thanks!

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  13. This is Susielicious (which is the highest form of compliment)! :) Love it, girlie.

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  14. This is fabulous! I love how you explained about paper piecing...now I know what I was doing wrong...lol! The sentiment just cracks me up!!!!!!

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  15. This is beautiful Susan! I love it!

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  16. So cute, Susan! It IS a bit freaky when you have all those pieces cut out and lying around. lol.

    Love that burlap flower!! ;)

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  17. Thank you for showing us the intricacies of your piecing. It all is so much clearer and a lot simpler than trying to explain. I'm glad you found the Nook and Pentry paper as it is PERFECTCO!!
    Really nice card Miss Susie!!
    Mommy
    Linda Bien

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  18. Susan, you never cease to impress me! I love your card and what great attention to detail!

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  19. I love your card! Great job on the paper piecing. :)

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  20. Thanks for the great hint on paper piecing. It's kinda scary in the beginning. :) Lovely card.
    jennik

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  21. Susie,

    Great job. Thanks for the tip on paper piecing. This stamp set looks great with paper piecing. I also love the seniment! How true it is!

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