Thursday, October 9, 2014

Joyful Stars October Blog Hop


Well...it's that time again! Time for another blog hop. As always, I'm excited to see what this group of talented consultants have created for you again this month. The hop is a circle, so it doesn't matter if you are coming from Betty's Blog or if you start here on my blog. Just continue around until you get back to the blog you started on to make sure you see all of the wonderful artwork!

Funny story about this project. I have wanted to make one of these for a long time, so I created this one last weekend as the monthly project with my club members. As one of the girls was paging through the catalog, she saw a very similar project on page 74 with the Snowhaven Paper pack. Since school started, I haven't looked at my catalog much at all in the past month or so, and I had never even noticed it! So...this was not scrap-lifted, but it is funny to see the similarities. Oh well...

This one is made of three different sized rosette flowers. I used a chipboard circle as the base, and lots of hot glue to hold it all together!



Close to my Heart Supplies Used:
X7188B - Snowhaven Paper Packet
Z1935 - Black & Grey Epoxy Bubbles
Slate Polka-Dot Ribbon (retired)

Next please head on over to Andrea's Blog to see what she has created for us this month. Thanks for hopping along with us. For a full list of all participating bloggers, please click here. Be sure to come back next month for more inspiration and to see more fabulous CTMH products!

6 comments:

Krista Hershberger said...

So pretty Jolene!! Love it...and funny story too that you never even realized it was in the new book! :) So glad to see you apart of this hop!! :)

Nancy said...

Fabulous Wreath Jolene. I really think I need to make one of these now!!!

Andrea said...

All of that folding really paid off, as this is a beautiful wreath!

Lori Meadows said...

This is so pretty!

Crystal said...

Love this! I had to go look at the catalog and I like how yours seems more fuller. Pinning this!

Nickie Hoffer said...

What a great use for the snowhaven paper pack. It turned out lovely!