Thursday, August 14, 2014

Swirlydoos August Kit Reveal and Blog Hop!!

Welcome to:
Swirlydoos Kit Club 
August Scrapbook Kit Reveal & Blog Hop!
If you came here from Debbie's blog, then you are on the right track. 
If not, go back to Swirlydoos' blog and start from there. 
We have some amazing projects for you to see today !!
 Make sure to leave a comment on all of the blogs for a chance to win!!! 
Make sure you have LIKED & FOLLOWED Swirlydoos on Facebook!!!
Swirlydoos is proud to bring you our beautiful August collection:

Wistful Blues

And check out these coordinating add ons that perfectly compliment our August scrapbook kit!

Are you a subscriber? If so, your kit is on it's way! If not, check out the Swirlydoos store to see if there are any August kits or add ons in the store!




Has it sold out? - become a subscriber and not only will you never miss a kit again, but you'll also pay less for your monthly scrapbook kits!

*Mention this blog hop and save 10% on your first kit*

 Never miss one of our kits again!
We have some absolutely beautiful scrapbook projects for you to see today !!  
Here is my first project,using the August sketch:

I love these black resin Prima Icons because with a little gelato, you can blend in whatever colors you desire! I fussy cut some of the delicate feathers from the beautiful Riddersholm papers to tuck into my cluster.



I lightly coated the "Beautiful" Blue Fern Chippie with copper embossing powder to give it a more hammered look. I love the crocheted Petaloo trims-I cut this one in half and used it to frame my circle.




My second projects highlights the lighter,neutral colors of the kit:



The kit comes with a 12 x 12 sheet of the Blue Fern lattice chipboard! I popped out the centers, inked them in light blue,then stamped them with gold inked script. The skeleton of the lattice was inked white and embellished with pearls from my stash:



I created a flower from the kit's wired burlap ribbon. Nothing fancy,I just kept twisting and folding until I was satisfied then hot glued a pearl center. Check out the cute bottle caps! Krissy always adds something fun!



My last project for today is an altered wooden frame from Michael's.



I stole Paulien's idea of using webbing from Dollar store shower scrunchies to add to the beachy feel of the papers.



The tags were all cut from the Riddersholm papers and secured with these cool vintage style safety pins.




So, let's get started! Make sure to leave a comment on all of the blogs for a chance to win!!! 

You have until midnight, eastern time, on Thursday, 8/14 to complete the hop. Winners will be announced on the Swirlydoos Blog on 8/15. 

In order to qualify to win here is what you need to do:
1: Visit all of the blogs and leave a comment on each. 
      This way we know you were there. Take your time. There are REALLY beautiful things         to see along the way.
2: Before you leave each blog, look for the “special” words and write it down. 
     Once you have visited all the blogs and collected all the special words, they will create a        sentence. 
3: Finally, go back to the Swirlydoos blog and leave a comment letting us know how much       fun you had, tell us the sentence that was created with all of the special words you                   collected. Can't wait to hear from you!


My special words are : the things


The party continues over at Angelica's blog. Have fun!

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If you lose your way,here is the Blog Hop order:














21 comments:

Mellisa Toy said...

Stunning layouts!!! I LOVE what you did with the trellis chipboard, very pretty and so elegant with the gold script.

Nancy said...

Tracey, your layouts are so BEAUTIFUL! The colors and the way you put them together are stunning!

Paulien van den Bosch said...

Sigh...... I simply love what you have done with this kit. All of them are so beautiful Tracey! Gorgeous work. And thank you for the mention.

Kathleen White said...

Love this kit and love how you used it in these incredible layouts!

Heather Thompson said...

Wow. I never thought to use gelatos on the resins. Stunning. I will be trying that technique.

L. Akins said...

Beautiful layouts!!

Ginny Hickmott said...

stunning projects, and that frame is gorgeous!

Ginny Hickmott said...

stunning projects, and that frame is gorgeous!

Peggy said...

Stunning pages, Tracey!!!! I love all of the fibers and textures, your brilliant use of trims (and bath pouff) and your always amazing layers and bits of chippies!!!!!!

Leona Folkerts said...

absolutely gorgeous!

Buffy Esser-Burnside said...

Beautiful projects!

cghundley said...

Gorgeous layouts!
Beautiful use of
the papers ripped
and all the elements
you added.
Carla from Utah

Maria Harms said...

Oh, Tracey, these are all absolutely stunning!

Jean said...

Simply stunning! Such gorgeous details!

Merrihew said...

Gorgeous LO's, Tracey! I love how the gelatos look on the black resin butterflies!

Jan said...

Gorgeous! Love that burlap flower! I may have to lift that!

Denise Bryant said...

Gorgeous details! Love this pretty kit!

Joy said...

These layouts are so gorgeous - with some amazing details - thanks for sharing!

Linda Pekrul said...

You've outdone yourself Tracey! Beautiful work - absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!

langeatheart said...

Tracey I just love your work! everyone of your pieces is gorgeous as is your daughter! All the best!

Sandi Clarkson said...

Wow-eee! You do know how to work some magic! Especially loving that middle one and your fab burlap flower! Might be nothing fancy but I adore it! Now I'm off to check out my shower curtains!