Monday, December 31, 2012

Punky Sprouts New Year's Eve Hop

New Year’s Eve Punky Party!

Punky Sprouts is having a blog hop to celebrate 2012 and ring in 2013.  Hop along with us, leaving comments at each blog to enter to win a great Punky Prize Pack! You could win an album of your choice along with Punky embellishments and a Lindy’s mist!   Here’s the order of blogs in case you get lost along the way.

Erica
Erin
Ilene
Joscie
Kimmy
Miriam
Noel
Pattie
Shelly
PS Blog

Punky Party Rules-Leave a comment on each designer’s blog and then on the Punky Sprouts blog to be entered to win the Punky Prize Pack. Comments must be posted by midnight, Friday, January 4th PST to be eligible for the random drawing.

OK, so now that we have the housekeeping out of the way, here is my project:



I don't know about you guys, but I always feel like I want to go shopping during New Year's....something about it makes me feel like I need some new stuff, so I created some new home decor for us. 

I've always wanted one of those wooden family 'established' signs and decided to make one of my own.

The base is a sheet of punky playground - which is 12x12 cardboard with those great scalloped edges.  I covered it with a sheet of Outdoor Denim cardstock that I cut to fit by just tracing around the piece and carefully cutting away the excess.

The yellow patterned paper is from Carta Bella's Traditions collection.  Also from the Traditions collection are the windows/door on the house which are actually cut from the sheet of paper that is just a bunch of tags.  The base of the house is a pattern from CTMH's Pemberley collection. 

The roof is several Lil' Cork Petals that were glued to a base piece using Helmar 450 Quick Dry.  I used a sponge with some Chocolate ink to deepen the color a little.



Letters and numbers were cut from Outdoor Denim cardstock using the Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge. 

When I laid the project out it looked like it needed a little something more, so I created those cute little corners from the smallest Lil Lacy Blossoms.



This was a lot of fun, and actually pretty easy to do, would make a great gift for newlyweds too!

Thanks for coming by, your next stop is Noel.  Don't forget to leave comments all the way through the hop to be eligible to win!

And enjoy your New Year's Eve!

Supplies Used

Punky Sprouts products (http://getpunkysprouts.com/store/?page/63371/shop-punky):  Punky Playground, Lil' Lacy Blossoms, Lil' Cork Petals

Other Products
Paper/Cardstock;  Carta Bella - Traditions collection; CTMH - Outdoor Denim and Chocolate cardstock, Pemberley papers
Ink:  CTMH - Chocolate
Other:  CTMH - Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge, Antiqued Copper brad, Bonding Memories Adhesive, Helmar - Quick Dry 450; Tombow - Mono Adhesive; Xyron - 5" Creative Station; Kuretake - Glue Pen

24 comments:

  1. Miriam this is amazing... I love how you make it personal...so cute..

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  2. Such a beautiful project, Miriam! I know exactly what you mean ;). I just bought new bedding and a slipcover for my couch. We've needed both for a long time, but I just couldn't look at their ugliness any longer.

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  3. That is adorable! Love the lacy blossoms on the corners!

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  4. This is brilliant Miriam! I absolutely love. Great combination of patterns on this clever design.

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  5. A very fun new home decor item for the new Year. TFS

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  6. This is BEAUTIFUL!! I loveeeeeeeee the cork roof!!! Happy New Year!!!

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  7. What an adorable home plaque! So creative!

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  8. I agree
    I want new stuff for the new year too!

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  9. Awesome Home Plaque!!! Hop-pin through, and I hope that you have a Blessed New Year!!

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  10. Adorable! I LOVE the cork roof made of banner pieces ~ very clever!

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  11. awesome miriam! I always love to go shopping..LOL

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  12. What a wonderful project! love it!

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  13. LOOOOOOOVE this! I love how you created that house--those tags are the most CLEVER ever!! LOVE that cork too! And that lace--actually, I LOVE it all! YOU ROCK!

    Happy NEW year:)

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  14. Adorable! It is so fun to see how the same product used by different artists can look so different! Love the sign.

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  15. Love your house!!
    Happy new Year my Friend!

    xx

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  16. super cute home decor project!! happy new year!! :)

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  17. This is so cute Miriam!! Love the little house!!

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