Resistance is Futile by Tracy Kosofsky

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Blog Hop with a really awesome prize!

You want to try hybrid. You know you do. So come play on our blog hop!

You could win a $10 gift certificate to Kelleigh Ratzlaff Designs - the fantabulous designer that got me started in hybrid. She makes it so easy!! To play, go check out all of the projects her Creative Team Members have created, then head over to Kelleigh's blog and leave a comment. Tell Kelleigh which project you liked the best, or which project you can see yourself doing next.

Want another chance? Twitter about the blog hop and leave another comment on Kelleigh's blog! Facebook it, and leave another comment for another chance! Kelleigh will pick a winner by this Friday evening.

Here's my project using Kelleigh's Triangle Tube Template Set and Bump in the Night by Roben-Marie Designs. This is seriously the EASIEST project, and I plan to do 20 of them for my daughter's Kindergarten class. It took me 20 minutes to design, print, cut out and assemble one - and the design step is done, so the rest of them will take about half that time. When I started, I intended to use some ribbon threaded through a pumpkin tag to add a little dimension, but I went a little crazy with the spider and spider web and there ended up being no room!

The very best thing about Kelleigh's templates is you can use them even if you have never digi scrapped, or have no desire to try. Her templates come with a lines-only version that allows you to print the folding/scoring lines onto a regular sheet of cardstock or patterned paper. Then cut, assemble and embellish away!

The rest of the hop stops are below the image - have fun and good luck!



Kelleigh
Tracy <---- YOU ARE HERE Julee
Julie
Juli
Christy
Dana
Sunghee
Then back to Kelleigh to leave your comments!

16 comments:

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

This is so cute! What a great idea!

Jen Tapler said...

Super fun Tracy!!

Patti J said...

This is awesome! Love it!

Chrisd said...

Adorable is the word for this!

Karen said...

This is just too darn cute! And I'll bet your daughter's classmates will love them!

Kelleigh Ratzlaff Designs said...

So adorable!! What a fun idea for classroom treats! I just love this!

anloko said...

I love this triangle box, not too hard to fill and the design is great!!! It might be my fav!

Dana Gustafson said...

Eeeeek! How fun for halloween! I love that box, it's one of my fave templates!

lunchnotes said...

Love the super-easy projects for classrooms! You've done a great job making something so "easy" look fantastic!

A Little Licht on the Subject... said...

The Spider and the triangle box = too cool for school! Thanks for the great inspiration. (Bravo on being a GSD owner as well - we're only brave enough for one, but they're special people!)

Julie said...

Super cute! What a sweet treat.

creativityinprogress said...

This is so cute and what a great idea! Love the color. I need to make about 25 goodies for my kids' preschool, and this would be great! Looks good and quick to make? I'm in!

Jenni Shawyer said...

This is fantastic and I shall DEFINITELY be making some! What a fab idea...

Prettier Stuff aka Melissa said...

How cute is this? I just bought a ton of Halloween Paper and this box would be a great one to do.

Jessica said...

This is so fun!! I would love to get a cute project like this (with chocolate!) ;)

ChloƩ said...

So fun! What a terrific gift!