Thursday, April 30, 2015

Petaloo Blog Hop - Day 4!

Happy Thursday to you, it's sure been an exciting week for us here on the blog as we are blog hopping with... 
We are so excited to bring you inspiration with our friends at Petaloo

Hi, Connie here with an "off the page" project using the gorgeous flowers from Petaloo and the gorgeous papers and PowderPuff Chalk Inks from Quick Quotes.

So fun creating with these fabulous products:)

*Take an old muffin pan and using Tim Holtz's paper Rosette die (large) cut 6 rosettes out of Gypsy Road 300 and Gypsy Road 400, 3 of each paper.
* Ink the rosettes with Sunset PowderPuff Chalk Ink.
* Using 1/2" foam, adhere the rosettes to the center of each section in the muffin pan.
* Adhere the butterfly by Petaloo to each section of the muffin pan.

* Using the burlap trim, from Petaloo, create a center banner for flowers and the date.
* Wet glue or hot glue will work for this.
* Attach a favorite photo, to one of the sections of the muffin pan.

This is the muffin pan before I started altering it with the beautiful Petaloo and Quick Quotes products.

You can see more inspiration, using Petaloo and Quick Quotes over on the Petaloo Blog .

Quick Quotes Products:
Gypsy Road 300
Gypsy Road 400
Gypsy Road Die Cut Stickers
Sunset PowderPuff Chalk Ink

Petaloo Products:
Natural Burlap Trim
Mini Butterflies x 8
Petaloo Flowers

Thanks so much for stopping by!
~ Connie Mercer


What's a Blog Hop without a few Prizes?!!!

We have FOUR PRIZE PACKS to give away

1.  Leave us a message HERE on the Quick Quotes Blog each day... scroll down
2. Leave us a message on our FB page  here
3. Re-PIN a project from Pinterest   here
4. ASK a friend or family member to LIKE US on Facebook   here 
5.  Leave a message on the Petaloo Blog here

(*QQ Prize Disclaimer: Prize contest open to US residents only.
If you live outside the US and want to play,
you would be responsible for any shipping costs for prizes won.)

Winners will be announced on Monday, May 4.
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jcobb said...

What an awesome use of an old pan, great recycling project and beautiful to boot. I love it! Very creative!

Hollyk said...

Great project, would love to have that hanging in my kitchen.

Mary Holshouser said...

What a wonderful way to recycle something that would probably end up in the trash. It is beautiful.
It will look great anyway in the house. thanks for the idea.

Unknown said...

Great use for old pan.

Golden Goddess Designs said...

what a fantastic idea! my mother would love this! right up her alley! I am pinning this one!! great job!

Chriss America Real said...

What a clever idea! I have an old pan just like this, I never would have thought of using it this way! Just darling!


Louie's Mom

snazzyjj said...

How very clever and so vintage!

Crafty Aunt Dee said...

Very cute. Love the recycled muffin tin. Cute wall hanging.

Jean said...

So clever and creative!

Dawn Messinger said...

Love it!

Jean said...

Pinned -

cghundley said...

Pinned at this address:
Carla from Utah

cghundley said...

Such a cool creation!
Love the way it turned
out, very pretty.
Carla from Utah

Unknown said...

I love this so much!

Barbara H said...

Cute muffin tin idea

sammies02 said...


Unknown said...

Awesome project! So creative.

Sandra said...

This is a fantastic use of a vintage muffin tin. The rosettes with the flowers and butterflies bring the project together. A great house warming gift!

Jennifer Scull said...

this is so much fun! I love that you have taken that fabulous old muffin tin and created something so amazing with it! :)

Judy said...

What a great idea! I love that muffin tin with the rosettes inside. Thanks for sharing this idea with us.

LaChelle Unger said...

Weekday a great upcycle project!

ScrapperJanice said...

Who would have thought an old muffin tin could make something so pretty?

Janis said...

What an amaaaaaaaaaaaaaazing project!!! So incredibly cute and creative!!!
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com

Janis said...

Pinned a project here:
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com