10/16/2016

City Sidewalks Blog Hop

Welcome to the City Sidewalks Blog Hop! 




This hop I am following {Jacquelin Green's Blog.}   We have 17 Close to My Heart Consultants participating in this City Sidewalk's New Product Blog Hop. If you lose your place while traveling through our blog hop, the complete list of participants can be found here.      

City Sidewalks is our newest Cricut Collection that is offered as a digital collection in our Holiday Expressions Catalog.  It has the cutest whimsical images and goes perfectly with our City Sidewalks Paper Collection.

For this hop I decided to make a paper strip wreath.  I used my cricut to cut out half inch paper strips that were already dovetailed.  Now how easy was that?

Then I added some of the adorable images from our featured cartridge to make a Christmas wreath.

 Here it is.



Thank you for visiting my blog.  I would love for you to show me a little love by leaving me a comment and then please go to our next artist, {Michelle Stewart's Blog} and see what she has made with this adorable stamp set.

You can purchase this stamp set as well as any of the supplies listed below on my website. 


19 comments:

  1. Wow!! What a lot of work! It's beautiful!!

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  2. Wow, this is stunning! Such a beautiful piece of home decor.

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  3. Oh my Goodness!! Your wreath is amazing. It really shows what the digital collection offers! I really must scraplift this - if OK - of course I will share that it's your inspiration!

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    1. Absolutely! It took a whole pack of paper, but was easy to put together.

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    2. Thanks, just hoping I can find the time. haha

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  4. Wow, this is fabulous, and a lot of work. Great piece.

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  5. "How easy was that?" Ummm...I'd guess not too easy, because I know how time consuming it is to pick all those little pieces of a Cricut mat. BUT, so worth it because that's the most stunning piece of artwork I've seen in a long time. Outstanding, Melinda!!!

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    1. Ha Ha! It was actually pretty easy and fun to make while sitting at a crop. The biggest decision was which color to use next. I set up a Design Space file for the pennants and set them up next to each other. They came off the mat pretty easily. Thank you for the nice comments.

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  6. two things to say: WOW,how fabulous and WOW, how many of those little dovetailed strips are there? My guess is just short of a million! TeeHEE! Great job, I love your creativity!

    Sandy C, Missoula, MT

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  7. Beautiful! What did you use as a base?

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    1. I used an 18 inch wire florist wreath.

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    2. Cool! Yup I can see that now. Thanks so much!!

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  8. This is beautiful. What a great idea! What size did you cut your banners? 1"? Thank you for the inspiration.

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