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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Glitter Queen Hop Day #3

Wow-it's the last day of a great hop.  I hope you've enjoyed stopping by each day.  It's also the time of year that folks "tie the knot".  In fact my cousin's 30th wedding anniversary is right around the corner.   I could make you bust a gut laughing at a picture of me in 1982 as her flower girl but all my family pictures are at my mom's house for safe keeping as we get ready to move.
This "favor" was totally cased (copy and share everything) from the Stampin' Up! demonstrators website.  The website is such a great creative resource.  Thank you to Isis Pinero for the inspiration.  I could never find a tutorial so I did what I could by looking at her project.  For anyone else wanting more details please leave a comment and based on that I can post what I did.
My mom actually made a bunch of these for the ladies at her church for Mother's Day.  The color combo used then was soft suede and more mustard.  Here it is in basic grey and summer starfruit (tres chic).  The stamp set used is Nature Walk which is also a carryover from last year to this year.



Don't forget to keep visiting all the other GQ's and many are giving away blog candy...including me.  So leave a comment with your email if you want a chance to win.
Now hop on over to Judy's and if you've lost your way...don't worry little lamb...here is the whole list

Thanks for looking!

6 comments:

  1. These treats are so cute. I'm going to have to case you. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us.

    Babe
    youiesmom@att.net

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  2. I love this treat holder! TFS and being a part of the hop. Safe travels my friend...keep in touch we will be hopping again in June :)

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  3. Oh my gosh,this is so cute. I love a treat holder and tea and honey is so different. What a great idea.

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  4. This is such a cute idea, My mother in law would love this, they raise bees for honey. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Great treat holder. I have enjoyed the Hop and great ideas, thanks for sharing.

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