Friday, November 14, 2014

GIVING THANKS Design Team Blog Hop

It's that time of year when we focus on what we are grateful for. I know that all of us at Mountain Plains Crafters are thankful for the opportunity to show you more of our creative sides. As we share our projects with you, we also welcome Angeline Choo from Scrappy Scrappy as our first Guest Blogger. She has amazing ideas and makes such fun projects. We are so glad to have her here with us !! Our sponsors for this Blog Hop are Unity Stamp Company &  Tombow . There will be a prize package with great products from each company. You could receive these great Tombow adhesives along with 6 Itty Bittys from Unity !!



I decided to do a DIY project for this post. I received a Starbucks Coffee Sampler several years ago and kept the box to store stamps in. I have been keeping some of my Unity Stamp Company  Itty Bittys in it. The excellent adhesive qualities of Tombow were perfect for this DIY Stamp Box. And I have been wanting to try this Unity Stamp set. Check out my Snapguide tutorial....






Check out How to Make a DIY Stamp Box by Debra Davison on Snapguide.



It's been fun sharing my project with you. Up next in the Hop is MariLynn . Check out her project then please visit each of the other blogs and leave a comment, then enter the Rafflecopter giveaway on the MPC Blog. Thank you SO much for visiting Meticulosity and joining in this Blog Hop with all of us at Mountain Plains Crafters. A special thanks to Angeline for sharing her talents with us !! Leave a comment on my blog for a chance to win some Happy Mail from me !!  I am truly grateful to each and every one of you for your comments and support.

47 comments:

  1. How cute is this? Those little flowers are adorable. I always love your projects.

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    1. Thank you SO much, Michele !! Those Prima flowers are amazing !!!

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  2. What a beautiful box. I love how you use fixed it up to hold your stamps. That paper you used is gorgeous. I love how you added the flowers on the doily. So so pretty.

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    1. Thanks so much, MariLynn... We each had similar ideas, using boxes.... That Tim Holtz paper is a favorite of mine.....

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  3. What a beautiful step-by-step stamp box Debra! I like it ;)

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    1. Thanks, Angeline !! I had fun using SnapGuide to make that tutorial.... I have not attempted a video yet so that step by step tutorial was fun for me to try... So glad you liked it !!

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  4. BEAUTIFUL box! I love the use of the doily, so dainty

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    1. Thanks, Paula !! I had so much fun making it .... And after a few issues with figuring out Snap Guide, I even got the tutorial on my blog !!

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  5. Flippin awesome! You rocked it Deb.

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    1. Thanks, Terri !!! I love how it turned out ... Might just have to get another sampler so I can do it all over again !!

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  6. Love your tutorial! The box turned out beautifully! TFS!

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    1. Thanks so much !!! It was fun to make .....

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  7. Gorgeous Debra, gorgeous! Maybe my favorite project of yours yet. :)

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    1. Thanks, Christina !! I will have to outdo myself next time ....

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  8. Thanks for the directions. Great project.

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  9. Very nice thanks for sharing your project.

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    1. It was fun to do the tutorial and show you step by step .... So glad that you liked it !!

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  10. What a beautiful box and would make such a great gift too! Thanks for sharing

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    1. You are very welcome !! It was fun to make as a gift for me !!

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  11. Aww that is such a lovely box Debra :)

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    1. Thank you, Celeste !! It was a fun project to work on and got me thinking about other DIY projects !!

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  13. I love repurposing things. Altered art is so much fun. I only wish a box that small would hold my two drawers of Itty Bitty's LOL. And that stamp IS awesome.

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    1. Actually, I probably need about 5 more of these to hold all of mine !!!

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  14. Wow--thanks for sharing how you transformed this box.
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    1. You are very welcome... It was a fun project !!

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  15. WOW This is an awesome project. Thanks for sharing the details with us.

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    1. I appreciate the comment--thank you so much !!

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  17. What a wonderful, wonderful project!

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  18. What a wonderful and useful project that turned out so very pretty! Thanks for sharing

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    1. I had a blast making this project... So glad you like it ..

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  19. Beautiful project and great tutorial!

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    1. Appreciate the comment .. Thanks SO much !!

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  20. Very pretty and such a fun way to re-use!

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    1. I agree, Crystal ..... I see DIY projects everywhere !! Thank you so much !!

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  21. Love the stamping and the box :)

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  22. Fabulous! I love seeing thing re-purposed. You did a great job.

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