Thursday, 21 March 2013

The Nesties Besties Blog Hop!

Hello everyone,
The Spellbinders DT has gotten together for a Nesties Besties Blog Hop.
The Blog Hop showcases some of our artwork we have made for Spellbinders.
The projects we show can also be found in the Art Gallery of Spellbinders.

Be sure to check out the blogs of the other Spellbinders DT-participants for more great projects.
And even more fun is: some of us have some verrryyyy nice give aways!

Yvonne van de Grijp  ... that's me ;-)

This is the project I would like to present yo you: a Baby Flower blanket.
If you have been to the CHA this january, you will have probably seen it at the Spellbinders booth!


To be honest it was quite a job making this blanket...I spent well over 10 hrs to make it.
All flower pots are made of faux leather (all die-cuts) and all the flowers, leaves, clouds and butterflies are felt die-cuts.
All hand sewed and no glue used!


The Spellbinders templates I used for the blanket:
- S5-060: Flower pots
- S4-357: Spiral Blossoms Three
- S4-351: Spiral Blossom One
- S5-055: Layered Poinsettia
- S5-086: Bitty Blossoms
- S4-328: Foliage
- S5-050: Rose Creations
- S5-103: Bauble Blossoms One
- LF-006: Wonderful Wings
- LF-246: Grand Labels Eleven
- S4-290: Labels Fourteen

Other used materials:
- Pollika: felt
- Buttons Galore and more: buttons
- May Arts: twine


All parts are sewed on by hand.
I put a lot of love in making this blanket and it was so hard to say goodbye to it...

As you can see, Spellbinders templates also great for sewing, quilting and embroidery!

Nesties Besties Blog Hop Give Away:
I have 2 brand new stampsets to give away to one of you:


What to do to have a chance on winning:
1. Be a follower of my blog
2. Leave a comment under this blog post.
(participants from all over the world accepted).

On March 26th I will announce the winner of the Give Away.

Have a lot of fun blog hopping and...Good luck to you all!

Hugszzz,
Yvonne

36 comments:

  1. WAUW WAUW and more WAUW. I am soo impressed with this absolut fantastic piece of art here. I can imagine how much work went into this, but boy it´s worth it, as it´s soooooooooo gorgeous. I´m totally thrilled with what I see here, so gorgeous.
    I just signed to follow your blog here and had a look around and I´m really impresed of the gorgeous creations, you´re showing here. Stunning artwork hun, I just LOVE it.

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  3. Super creatie weer om te genieten KLASSE!!!

    gr Antoinette
    http://antoinettecreacards.blogspot.nl

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  4. This is AMAZING!! You can tell that you put a lot of love into it.
    I'm a new follower :)

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  5. Wow, this is so creative and beautiful!! It looks amazing!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts
    indymermaid(at)gmail(dot)com

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  6. Hi, Yvonne! I did see this wonderful blanket IN PERSON and I can see all the LOVE & HARD WORK you put into it. One of my favorite Spellbinders pieces ever! I almost took it home (wink wink) ;0P I wanted to pop in to thank you girls for the shout out to the idea gallery. I enjoy working on it - I get inspired by EVERY SINGLE PROJECT! xo

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  7. Wow this is stunning love all the details you've put in it must have takin a long time to create this but well worth it :) hugs Nikki

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  8. oh my Yvonne, this is gorgeous!!!!! Alot of time must have gone into this project, but the detailing is fabulous!!!! Very pretty.
    Marcie

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  9. Absolutely beautiful. I am constantly amazed at the possibilities with spellbinders. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  10. I love this blanket! Didn't realize you could use Spellbinders Dies on fabric! Being a cardmaker and sewer I'm even more inspired! Thanks for sharing your talent and creativity!

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  11. This is just the most amazing blanket ever and all the hours you spent were so worth it!! You are sooooo talented!!

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  12. What a wonderful creation. I never thought to try this. It would be a fab keepsake for a cherished babyl

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  13. It's hard to believe that this amazing blanket was made with Spellbinders dies!! It is fabulous!!! You are very talented...and patient! I love using my dies and wish I had more time!!!

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  14. This beyond beautiful!! It brings die-cutting to a whole new level!

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  15. Wat is dit prachtig gemaakt met vilt. Je kunt er zulke leuke dingen mee doen. Dit zal vast een blikvanger zijn geweest op de CHA. Daar mag je zeker trots op zijn dat jou creatie daar heeft gehangen. Wat zouden wij scrappers zijn zonder de spelbinders. Ik zou ze echt niet meer willen missen.
    groeten van Yvonne Rijk.

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  16. Yvonne, your blanket is soooo beautiful and I can see how much work you put into it. Stunning! I am now a follower of your blog! Thank you for sharing and the offer of the great blog candy! Hugs Lori

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  17. Your Flower blanket is gorgeous. I love it and I love Spellbinders. I am a follower

    Kathleen


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  18. Omg!! I haven't seen this but I am in LOVE with it and all of the details!! This is too darn cute for words!! You are so creative!! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win!! I am pretty new to spellbinders and I really enjoy all of the inspiration that is shared on the blog!! Have a fabulous week!! ;)

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  19. WOW! That is gorgeous, with a capital G. I can see all the work that went into making it. What great inspiration for using Spellbinder dies on different mediums. Thanks for sharing!

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  20. Actually went down the blog as well, and you have some absolutely stunning work besides this posting. Thanks so much for sharing, and the opportunity. Am joining as a follower absolutely.

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  22. Wat prachtig gemaakt Yvonne.

    Liefs Riet.

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  23. That is gorgeous work! Amazing!

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  24. Very Stunning love the layering and the colors. thanks for sharing and for the chance to win. iam a follower

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  25. What a beautiful blanket Yvonne! everything is amazing, thank you for sharing! New follower :)
    have a wonderful weekend!
    Liz

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  26. Beautiful baby blanket.

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  27. I was just blown away by the blanket!! Just BEAUTIFUL!!! I can imagine that it took you over 10 hours to make it. There is a lot of detail and planning in this project. This is the first time I have seen anyone make a blanket. GREAT IDEA!!! Thank you for the inspiration!

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    1. I also signed up to follow your blog. :-)

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  28. What a gorgeous blanket! I understand how hard it must have been to let it go...so much beautiful detail! Thank you so much for sharing it here.

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  29. LoveLove your creations!!!! Thank you for sharing. It is refreshing to see some original creations after awhile it seems like everyone is doing the same thing. Thank you again.

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  30. Not surprised to read your blanket took 10 hrs to make, it would have taken me twice as long!

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  31. I can't believe that blanket you made, incredible!! I was wondering when I was making Christmas gifts a few months ago if I could use my SB dies in my CB to cut fabric. Looking at your blanket, I think I should have tried it.

    Thank you for the opportunity to win, it is so sweet of you to offer up some blog candy. (I was all set to follow even before I read that requirement for the candy. Your artwork is gorgeous!)

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