Monday, 23 July 2012

Tando Creative Blog Hop

Good Morning and welcome to a very exciting event, the very first ever Tando Creative Blog Hop.   First it may be but it will by no means be the last indeed they will be regular different events with different members of the DT joining in and varying numbers of stops along the way.

There will be a prize draw for everyone who comments at all the stops so do please leave a note that you were here! I love the product it is so versatile, this time we are showcasing the bookplates.  They come in two sizes I've used the small and now it's time to own up to my tiny mistake.   I had this great idea to make decanter tags even made backings for the book plates with Tando packaging.   It was a few days before I got back to the project when the time came I could not remember my plan and so they became another necklace LOL.

Sprayed the bookplates and the backing with Cosmic Shimmer.   Stamped the bookplates and heat embossed the image.   The backings were stamped and embossed with white ep.  

To carry on with the hop you should have come here from Irit and your next stop is Kaz.   If you are just discovering the hop you can head back to Tando Creative to see the full list of stops.   Thank you for visiting, enjoy the hop and good luck in the draw.

19 comments:

  1. aw Zoe I just love this! what a beautiful creation & so clever :o)

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  2. Very creative Zoe love the small bookplates they are so cute!

    MaggieH

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  3. Love the idea of making them into a neckless :)
    Von ♥

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  4. What an unusual way to use the bookplates! Fab idea x

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  5. Fab creation Zoe and your original idea for a decanter tag is brilliant:) Would make a bottle present really special!
    Val x

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  6. Well, if you drink a bottle of wine before wearing the necklace, it will be more or less the same! Great piece! Valerie

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  7. Yes! A very clever idea, love it Zoe xxx

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  8. Grat neckalce Zoe, they would have looks great as bottle tags too!

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  9. I'm very new to your blog and to these bookplates...they are so beautiful! Now following at # 229 and hope you can stop by and follow my blog as well. Your necklace is so unique and I would never think of doing that. TFS
    Creative Wishes,
    Claire S.
    www.scrapmyway.blogspot.com

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  10. ooh this is fabulous! love it !
    Lisa x

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  11. What a great idea. I think they would have been great eitherway. TFS

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  12. Hi Zoe, what an inspired use of those fab bookplates, love it.
    Hugs x

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  13. What a fun way to use bookplates! I love your necklace Zoe! Thanks for the inspiration! =)

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  14. Ingenious Zoe, great Plan B lol.
    Have a good week.
    hugs {brenda} xox

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  15. Lovely necklace Zoe! And, glad to know we're both a wee bit forgetful!

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  16. What a brilliant idea Zoe, I love it x

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  17. Brilliant unique project

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  18. What a lovely chunky necklace you've made and so different from the way others have used the same product.
    Sue x

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