Esther here and I am so excited to be sharing our newest card!
I have to admit, I sort of begged Jodi to create some of these Lip Balm holders. I think it is such a fun way to give a special friend, co-worker, teacher, etc., both a card and a gift in one.
I used bear balm tummy card by Snapdragon Snippets – Design ID #74972 from the Silhouette Store
This file comes with three choices for the sentiment – Happy birthday (which I used), Happy valentine’s or Happy everything!
If you like this darling card, keep a watch out, because I have heard there is more of these little lip balm cards to come!!!!!
Forever & Always blog hop!
We are so excited to have you join us today!
This is your last stop! We hope you have been inspired by the creativity of the design teams of Snapdragon Snippets and SVG Attic.
You should be arriving from Gaby’s blog. If you happened across this post out of order and wish to participate, please head on over to the SVGAttic blog to start at the beginning of the hop.
You can also find this file at the Silhouette online store under file#72184
I added an offset cut using vellum so that the heart would not get lost with the background.
I added some stitching using gold thread, and some sequins… I wish I was a quilter! Can you picture a quilt using this file? Gorgeous! If you are a quilter you will just love to go visit Jodi’s blog
Now how about some blog hop prizes??
What do you need to do to be eligible for these amazing prizes?
1. Become a follower of each blog in the hop, if you aren’t already.
2. Leave some comment/love at each stop.
3. If you do both of the above, check back here at the SnapDragon Snippets and/or at the SVG
Attic blog for the winners on Monday, January 19th! You have all day today and tomorrow to hop.
We hope you have enjoyed our hop! Thanks for hopping with us!
Hello everybody! Today, I come to share with you my project for “Snap Dragon Snippets“! To realize this set, I used the file of “Snap Dragon Snippets“. I used the new papers “Kaisercraft“, collection ” Rustic Harmony “. Edges are worn out with “Old Distresser”. I added a piece of “Twill” ribbon and above, I stuck a die-cut of Read More »