Friday, October 26, 2012

Orange Blog Hop!!!

 Welcome to the Third Annual Fiskateers ORANGE Blog Hop!  
If you're hopping along, you should have come from Marianne.  Isn't she great?!
(If you are joining us in the middle, go to www.fiskateers.com to start from the beginning.)  I'm so glad you could join us as we celebrate Fiskars' signature color, ORANGE!!!  
Almost everyone is familiar with Fiskars' famous orange-handled scissors, but Fiskars makes so many other wonderful products for crafting, sewing, gardening, and more.  Each stop along our Hop will feature different Fiskars' products with a big helping of ORANGE! 
For me, I have to share that I LOVE THE FISKARS BORDER PUNCHES!! So, I used three different ones on this project - the notebook paper, threading water [on two papers], and double bubble - with three different ORANGE patterned papers. [FUN!!] 
First, I painted the wood purple [with some yellow, white and green & please note that the upper right is NOT a blob of white - that's a glare from my inside lighting - ], then modpodged all the rest down on top. Pumpkins are cut from patterned papers and book papers - and quote is on green paper strips.  There's also some painted leaves and white rub-ons...
 THANKS SO MUCH for hopping along with us today! - for more information about Fiskars and the Fiskateer program, you can go to http://www.fiskateers.com/join/.   I'm the end of the hop - so go on over to www.fiskateers.com to be sure you didn't miss anyone along the way!
But, while you're here - be sure and check the post below about my OMGiveaway - 
I would love for you to be a part!

40 comments:

Cindy deRosier said...

Very nice! It looks like it was a lot of fun to make.

Shannon White said...

oooh i love those pumpkins!!

Omaloriann said...

Love it - the pumpkins are too cute!

Debbie said...

Cute project. The pumpkins are wonderful.

Amy Jones #8546 said...

Oh this is so pretty...Love how you did this. It really turned out wonderful. Love it so much.

Beryl said...

Love, love love the printed paper pumpkins - I am so inspired!!! And yes, we all love our Fiskars border punches! Great work!

Sandy said...

Judy, as always, you made an amazing collage! I love the colors and the borders add just the perfect touch. Very cute picture.
Sandy #1781

Debby said...

This is very cool. I really love how you did the pumpkin. It gave me a few ideas.

Rosalee said...

Great project. Love all the punches you used. Beautiful.
Hugs, Rosalee #5977

Jennifer Ashley DeGough said...

What an amazing use of border punches. I love all the layers and dimensions. :) Gorgeous!!

Jennifer Ashley #6361
http://asecretvintage.blogspot.com/

weze said...

I think I might have to get the notebook border punch...so cute

Marianne - Fiskateer #6701 said...

Judy, I knew I could count on finding something amazing on your blog. I love how you used all of the punches and beautiful paper

Jessal said...

It's always good to count our blessings! Thank you for sharing.

Kelly Sas said...

Judy you are always so creative and can think outside the box! My projects never look good if I try to use more than one or two border punches on the same card or project. You inspire me to keep trying! Thanks.
Kelly #6558

Divinity said...

great page!

Maya Oren-Dahan said...

Beautiful! I adore these pumpkins!

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Fantastic project. I am just going to have to get me one of those notebook border punches. TFS

Rhonda Miller said...

What a fun page. TFS.

michelle said...

I love this the pumpkins are amazing!

Sylvia said...

You are an artist...you also inspired me to give this a try, wish me luck!

Grandma Jean said...

Love the greened patterned paper for the pumpkins. Very creative! Well got to go back to work on my blog stuff - the template instructions. Jean#8889

Grandma Jean said...

I think I forgot to add my Fiskateer Number Jean#8889

Pamela Haskin said...

What a great project! So cute and colorful. Thanks for sharing it with us! Pamela#8040

Donna said...

Great LO - love that you made the pumpkins green.

Sue in CT said...

Ok so now I know not only do I have to get the notebook punch but now I need the double bubble. I really think this hop should be the fiskars abler hop...LOL. I really love your project. It came out fantastic. Once I get the punches I will have to come back and lift it.

DebbieC #4668 said...

Great project. I like how you put the notebook border punch at the top instead of down the sides.

kellystar said...

Your pumpkins are better than REAL pumpkins!

TracyM #6773 said...

Cute photo and fab project Judy - love your colours and layers!!!
... I confess that I have the same border punch addiction as you, but mine includes squeeze punches too :)

Sara Willis said...

great use of orange, thanks for sharing

marla said...

Love your project. Thanks for sharing!!

Groovy Deborah said...

I love what you have done with this project. Stacking punches like that is one of my favorite things to do too!!!

mish said...

This is adorable! I love how you did those pumpkins! Michelle #7586

sandyh50 said...

Wonderful! I love the pumpkins too!
Sandy #4165

Suzi said...
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Suzi said...

Your style is one I love! Wish we could play together!
#5563

Tona said...

What a great project! Thanks for sharing.
#4437

BethW said...

Absolutely love this.My favorite part are the pumpkins-great technique.

Sue D said...

Wonderful--I like the punches you used and the pumpkins.

MamaBirdy said...

Love those pumpkins!
Tanya #5407

Scrappy Rat said...

Cool project! I especially love the pumpkins! :)

Veronica #1135