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The Design Teams Spring Facebook Hop

The Design Team is having our first ever

Friday-Saturday/April 20-21

Visit My Scrap Chick on Facebook

 You can follow along on Facebook or simply follow the links from here to each Design Teams page. Be sure to like their page and leave a comment so you are entered in their drawing for a $5 shopping trip to MyScrapChick.com  There are 11 shopping trips being given away during the hop.  Plus one person will win a $10 shopping trip. Winners will be announced on Monday April 23rd.

A Recipe Box

 Follow Christi @ Scrapping For Tranquility  on Facebook

A Recipe Box For all those wonderful mothers and grandmothers out there for mothers day!
You can find the link here: https://www.myscrapchick.com/product.cfm?product=711
I also used the apron trio- Frills tag and downsized it and you can find it here:https://www.myscrapchick.com/product.cfm?product=1094
LIKE my Page and Leave a COMMENT on my Facebook page to be entered to win a $5 shopping trip from Scrapping For Tranquility to the MSC store. I will announce the winner here on Monday April 23rd.

 Bread Gift Box and Preserves Card 

Follow Nancy @ The Nickel Nook on Facebook

I am sharing two cut files today that work together beautifully. The first is the Bread Gift Box(https://www.myscrapchick.com/product.cfm?product=2044), which is such a lovely way to present a loaf of bread. Alternately, it could be filled with cookies or muffins. To go along with the box, I have created a card using the Canning Jars - Preserves file (https://www.myscrapchick.com/product.cfm?product=814). Nothing goes better with bread than a jar of jam, right? Notice the fun strawberry paper...it's my favorite jam! :) These were so much fun to put together, and they'd make such a lovely gift!
Now...how can you win some files of your own?
LIKE my Page and Leave a COMMENT on my Facebook page to be entered to win a $5 shopping trip from The Nickel Nook to the MSC store.

Garden Gate Easel Card

Follow Debb @ Clicker Sisters Gallery on Facebook

I have made a Spring Card using the Birds and Garden Gate Easel Card https://www.myscrapchick.com//product.cfm?product=802, only I put it on a square card base instead. Then I used the Cherry Blossoms and Cherry Blossoms Branch from the Japanese Flower Girls file https://www.myscrapchick.com//product.cfm?product=318. I then made an envelope using the Square Scalloped Envelope file. https://www.myscrapchick.com//product.cfm?product=154
LIKE my Page and Leave a COMMENT below to be entered to win a $5 shopping trip from Clickersister's Gallery to the MSC store. I will announce the winner here on Monday April 23rd.

Follow Kristin @ Paper Creations by Kristin on Facebook

For my project today, I started with the PIE BOX W/ WINDOW FRAME (https://www.myscrapchick.com/product.cfm?product=128) and decided since this was a Spring Theme, to search the MSC store for more cuteness....and there is a lot of it!
I added BELLE BIRD (https://www.myscrapchick.com/product.cfm?product=1002), SPRING BORDER (https://www.myscrapchick.com/product.cfm?product=1326), and SPRING FLOWER (https://www.myscrapchick.com/product.cfm?product=151). This is such a cute, little box and so simple to put together. Add little candies, small cookies or whatever fits!
LIKE MY Page and Leave a COMMENT to be entered to win a $5 shopping trip from Paper Creations by Kristin to the MSC store. I will announce the winner on Monday April 23rd.

Flower Pot Card

Follow Mike @ DeZinesByEM on Facebook

For today's project I used the Flower Pot Card from MSC which can be found here: https://goo.gl/aG4Fik.

 This is a quick and easy project to cut and assemble, in fact the hardest part was choosing what colors and paper I wanted to use. If you have followed any of my latest posts you will know that some of my favorite color combos right now are purple and yellow.
The fun part of this card is it looks just like a flower pot, but if you pull on the flowers the center removes to reveal the hidden sentiment or greeting. I thought this was very clever and unique. To give the project some shine I added my favorite embellishment, sequins. I started with the small yellow sequins in the center of the flowers and then moved on to the flower base.
LIKE my Page and Leave a COMMENT to be entered to win a $5 shopping trip from Dezinesbyem to the MSC store. I will announce the winner here on Monday April 23rd.

 Queen Bee and Her Littles

Follow Shirley @ Scrappy Sam Designs on Facebook

I used "Bee Belly Box Trio" found here:
https://www.myscrapchick.com//product.cfm?product=727,  for the belly box, and the faces and wings of the little bees.
The Bee Belly Box is about 8 inches tall.
I also used the carrot from "Carrot Patch Box" found here:
https://www.myscrapchick.com//product.cfm?product=537 for the little bee bodies. The little bees are about 4 inches tall.
You can find all the details on my blog here: (4/20/18) https://scrappysamdesigns.blogspot.com/2018/…/queen-bee.html
LIKE my Page and Leave a COMMENT to be entered to win a $5 shopping trip from ** Scrappy Sam Designs ** to the MSC store. I will announce the winner here on Monday April 23rd.

Vintage Birdhouse on a stand.

Follow Tracy @ The Paper Closet on Facebook

I made this Vintage Birdhouse on a stand. For my project I used three files from MSC
To get all the details for this project visit my blog https://ideacloset.blogspot.com/…/easy-vintage-birdhouse.ht… Now for the fun stuff!!!
LIKE my Page and Leave a COMMENT to be entered to win a $5 shopping trip from The Idea Closet to the MSC store. I will announce the winner here on Monday April 23rd.

Tic Tac Donut Board Game

Follow Cyndy @ Cyndy G's Time Made for Me on Facebook

I made a Tic Tac Donut board game. I cut the base of the board out of chipboard using the Latte Cup Card (https://www.myscrapchick.com//product.cfm?product=932) and Dandy Dunker Donuts (https://www.myscrapchick.com//product.cfm?product=2034). I added a pocket on the back using one of the A2 Envelopes (https://www.myscrapchick.com//product.cfm?product=536) sized down to fit on my board.
LIKE my Page and Leave a COMMENT to be entered to win a $5 shopping trip from Cyndy G - Time Made For Me to the MSC store. I will announce the winner here on Monday April 23rd.

 Springtime Rainboot Box

Follow Marlene @ Scrappin Cookie on Facebook

For my Spring Project, I created a SPRINGTIME RAINBOOT BOX and filled it with SPRING goodies - Garden Gloves, Shovel, and Seed Pockets.
To create the box, I used the My Scrap Chick Elephant Treat Box (2pc Box Only) and enlarged it. The Rainboot and Flower are from the My Scrap Chick Rainboot Shaped Card. Instead of adding the flowers to the top of the rainboot, I added only one to the buckle strap of the rainboot.
As a final SPRING touch, I added a small butterfly from the My Scrap Chick Flutter of Butterflies file.
LIKE my Page and Leave a COMMENT to be entered to win a $5 shopping trip from SCRAPPINCOOKIE to the MSC store. I will announce the winner here on Monday April 23rd.

Peter Rabbit Pop Up Letter

Follow Els @ Els Schutte on Facebook

Visit all the teams facebook pages, LIKE each page, leave a COMMENT on their project and you'll be entered on each page to win a $5 shopping trip to the MSC store. We will announce all winners on Monday, April 23rd.

 Family Pedestal Set

Follow Jill @ One Grey Cat Designs on Facebook

I'm SO excited to share my Facebook Hop Project with you! For the Facebook Hop I decided to make a set of three Pedestals. I know, I know...three? Well, yes. Because I had an idea in my head and well sometimes you just have to go with it! I went to a retreat a few months ago and I found this sheet of paper that had several 2x3 “Family Sayings”. The Paper name is “Family Time” and it’s manufactured by Bella! This sheet of paper is the only paper I used for the base, other than the brown.
Now onto my project! If you look at my photos you will see that I had a LOT of ground I wanted to cover. I wanted to use a 2 x 3 Family Time Saying, I wanted to use a “Family” photo, and I wanted to incorporated our last name in it somehow. I think I covered all the bases. And this paper allowed me to do that! I found the PERFECT Family quote! I found a photo of the three of us (yes, there are four in the photo but the boyfriend isn’t really in the family yet! lol) AND I was able to incorporated the letter “C” into the project as well!
The files I used for my project are as follows:
I’ve been considering adding some leaves to my project, and if I do I will be using the following file:
I worked on my project at a Crop that I go to each month, and several of the people there saw them and fell in love with them! And I have to be honest, I think I’m going to make another set with photos of my cats on them…just because! I’ll be sure to share that one when I’m done with it!
LIKE my Page and Leave a COMMENT to be entered to win a $5 shopping trip from One Grey Cats Designs to the MSC store. I will announce the winner here on Monday April 23rd.
A full list of winners will be annouced on Monday April 23rd on
And we will also post the list here.

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Spring Paper Wreaths using Svgs and Cardstock

Shirley decided to make a paper wreath in beautiful spring colors. Her part of the country had a long cold winter so this beauty is a welcome addition to her front door.

Butterfly Wreath
Create a Butterfly Garden on your own front door by using a thrift store wreath or sprucing up your own grapevine wreath, using it as a base. Add the butterflies from the Butterfly Easel card and the Butterfly layers cutting files. Shirley's color combination for papers is perfect for spring but you could also change up the colors to suite summer and fall themes.
Svg cut files used:
Spring Wreath with Paper Flowers and Belle Bird
All the makings for a spring wreath are right there in your stacks of cardstock. Every part of Julie's wreath is made from scrapbook papers including the round base.
She cut 3 wreath forms from the Fall Leaf Wreath cutting file and glued them together for a sturdy base. Then she added simple flower shapes, a 3D paper bow and Belle Bird.
Svg cut files used:
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Welcome Spring with these 5 Beautiful Handmade Cards

Spring has sprung. Enjoy some colorful card ideas and inspiration from the design team.
1. Easter Basket Card
Kristin took a very simple card design and gave it some real "wow". She'll tell you how she did that and added a weave to the basket.
svg files used:
2. Tulips are better than one!
Mike @ DeZinesbyEM
On top of creating a beautiful card with the best color combo ever, Mike also shares great info on inking and shading the edges of your paper piecing. Check it out.
svg files used:
3. Elegant Vintage Layered Card
The new Vintage Layered Card with an Oval Frame was the base for Els to add her antique print and Heartfelt floral arrangement. A light touch of inking along the cream edges of the card layer add to the vintage look of her gorgeous card.
 svg files used:
4. Spring Showers
Spring showers, rainboots and puddles. This shape card is so versatile and can be used as a thank you card, get well card or a welcome spring card.
svg files used:The Rainboot Shape Card
5. Nothing says spring like tulips...or meecies swinging from tulips!
Sue used one of the many card bases available at My Scrap Chick, as her background for the House Mouse stamped image.
svg file used for card baseLattice Square Card Base
6. "Bee Happy" Honeycomb Card
The honeycomb layers in the this bundle make great card backgrounds, especially for the honeybee themes.
svg files used:
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Pretty Tote Bags and Paper Tassels

Mike from our design team made up some Trendy Tote Bags to give as birthday gifts this month. He added his own beautiful touch with paper tassels strung on the tote's handles.

 I loved this classy touch he added to these so I made a cutting file for the Pretty Paper Tassels

Be sure to visit Mike @ DeZinesbyEM for a lot more info plus really helpful tips on shading with ink cubes and a "special" handy blending tool.

"Photo Tutorial for Pretty Paper Tassels"
After cutting out the parts for the tassel cut a small strip of twine or cord and glue the ends to beginning of the tassel cutout.
Begin rolling the tassel tightly around the cord. When you get to the end of rolling the strip use a small bit of glue to hold it closed. With your fingers you can gently fluff out the tassel ends to give them a bit of a curve.

Glue one end of the top decorative strip to the tassel
and wrap it around tightly letting it overlap onto itself.

Finish wrapping it around and glue the other end down. You can also use washi tape or ribbons in place of this strip.

When all glue is set and completely dried you can use the Paper Tassel as embellishment on various craft projects, like adding it to a paper purse or totebag like Mike did. These would be great to have for graduation projects too using school colors.

Pretty Paper Tassels

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Paper Bow Layers in 3D - svg file tutorial

 Add your own paper bows to any paper crafting project using your choice of papers and colors that work best for your design. This new style of bow has 2 layers for added pizzazz.
Svg File:  Paper Bow Layers in 3D

Easy Assembly Tutorial...

The bows back layer is done first. Add a dot of glue to the center of the piece. Then gently curve one end over to the middle and attach. Let dry.  Tip: I find it helpful to gently curve the arches in the bow by wrapping it around the side of a pencil.

Now add another dot of glue and fold the other side over and attach to the middle.
Glue the 3D bow layers for the tie and knot. On the tie I just glue the tops together leaving the ends loose along the bottoms adding dimension. Now add the bow second layer by placing a dot of glue to the center of the back as shown (above right) and attaching the it just on that one spot.

Flip the bow over and again apply a dot of glue in the center as shown. Fold one end of the top bow layer over and attach.
Repeat for other side of bow placing a dot of glue again to the center, folding over the other end and adhere. Next attach the bow ties to the back of bow. 

To attach the knot glue one end to the back of bow, gently wrap it around the middle and glue the other end to back.

Svg File:  Paper Bow Layers in 3D

The bows come with two options for the ties. One is the traditional straight ends and the second has the ties hanging down. Both are assembled in the same way.  

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Easter Inspiration from the Design Team - Part 4

 You will love these fun and cheerful treat boxes for Easter. Our design team has just been exploding with Easter inspiration and here's part 4 in this fun series of blogposts.
Cutest Box of Jelly Beans Ever!
Sue is one smart chick. She enlarged a crayon box file to hold a LOT of jelly beans and then added the Smart Chick to the front. And we love her jelly bean background paper.
Svg files used:
Easter Egg Basket
Marlene @ Scrappin Cookie
The popular Easter egg basket got a make over by Marlene. Instead of the flower that comes in the file she decorated the egg with the chevron and doodle borders giving this little egg basket a whole new look. Then it was just a matter of personalizing with a name and adding white highlights.
svg files used:
Happy Easter Card and Starflower Gift Box
Nancy made this beautiful card and gift box into a matching set for someone special at Easter.
Svg files used:
Bunny Poop Treat Bags
Marlene @ Scrappin Cookies
These treat bags hold the treat size bags of M&M's then Marlene adds a bunny from the Spring Bunnies set along with a cute quote on the front to make it fun fun fun!
Svg files used:  Spring Bunnies and Harvest Treat Bags
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Spring Umbrella-Easter Egg Candy Dish

Shirley's Easter egg candy dishes look like they came straight out of a fairy garden.
Her imagination was in full swing as she put together a variety of svg files to create these sweet Easter designs.
And as always, Shirley shows you "how" she did it with a quick photo tutorial. She makes it easy to follow along and create your own design. ~ Thank you Shirley!

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Easter Inspiration from the Design Team - Part 3

 We're sharing some ideas and inspiration for your paper crafting this Easter with Belly Boxes, treat boxes that look like bunnies, easter eggs and even a bunny top hat. Plus a surprise idea to add to the mix is a charm bracelet. Here's the lineup.....
Easter Bunny Treat Wraps
Marlene @ Scrappin Cookie
By enlarging the pattern from the Bunny Wrap svgs Marlene was able to make these fit three different candies - Hershey Marshmallow Egg, Crunch Egg, and a small clear bag with Jellybeans.
svg files used:
Cracked Egg and Chick Belly Box
svg files used:Chicks Belly Box Trio
Fun Spring Charm Bracelet
Remember the old "Shrinky Dinks" craft? Debb printed each jpg from the Easter stencils onto inkjet shrink film, colored them, added a hole for hanging and then shrunk them for this bracelet. Then just added little jump rings and attached to a bracelet.
svg files used: Cookie Stencil Starters
Bunny Treat Box
Julie @ Julies Creations
svg files usedBunny Box
Easter Egg Basket
Julie @ Julie's Creations
Julie used the Easter Egg Basket file to make her basic egg shape along with the top and bottom scallops from the file but then added her own bunny cutout, grass and matching posies for a sweet and traditional little basket design.
svg file used:
Mad Hatter Bunny Hat
One of Shirley's favorite files is the Uncle Sam Hat Box.
"I love figuring out new ways to use this versatile file. This time I used it to make a Mad Hatter Bunny Box"
svg files used:
Bunny Top Hat Box (for the ears)Jam Jar and Candle Gift Wrap (for the bow)
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