Monday, May 20, 2013

{ DCWV/Therm O Web Summer Lovin’ Blog hop }

Welcome to the DCWV/Therm O Web Summer Lovin’ Blog hop.  
Today, the design teams from DCWV and Therm O Web have brought together all the things we love about summer! The designers are have combined paper from DCWV’s Sunday Afternoon and Everlasting \Love stacks, together with a variety of adhesives, mists and other fantastic products from Therm O Web!    
If you have come here from Britthen you're on track! If not, you should go back to the DCWV blog and start today’s leg of the hop from there!
Here is my project. I altered an old disc using DCWV Sunday Afternoon paper collection.


Start by cutting a doily from one of the patterned papers and adhere it to the disc using Zots Adhesive Dots.


After you cut all the little elements from patterned paper, adhere it to the front using 3D Foam Squares, Sticky Strip Runner and Zots Adhesive Dots. Splatter little yellow mist.


Stamp the sentiment (Technique Tuesday) on one of the cut outs and adhere to the front with a photo.





Be sure to visit all the blogs today, and leave comments for your chance to win!  Two lucky readers will win a set of 3 stacks from DCWV, and an additional reader will receive an amazing gift pack from Therm O Web!  The more you comment, the more chances you have to win!

***Now, head on over to ------>>>> Jan - to see what kind of spring craftiness they have in store!

Have fun hopping!


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54 comments:

  1. oohhhh---I like that idea!!! Great job!

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  2. I hope you don't mind my pinning this to my Clever Uses board.

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  3. How cute! What a fun project! Thanks for sharing with us!

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  4. There's a clever idea to use those cd's that you get in the mail and don't need without having to go out and buy. I like seeing crafts that you can use recycle items for to save money.

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  5. The Sunday Afternoon stack feels perfect for summer projects!

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  6. Oh now this is just the best idea. Love it! TFS.
    D~ dmcardmaker (AOL)
    http://designsbydragonfly.blogspot.com

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  7. cool idea using a disc!

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  8. What a great idea! Now I know what to do with all of those old cds I have. ;)

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  9. awesome project! love the details. Is that your hand writing? love it!

    ♥Luanne Pang

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  10. Your project so inspires summer fun and what a great idea to use the cd to adhere it too using the Thermo Web!!

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  11. Wow.. this is super cute. Love this idea.

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  12. Very creative! I like how it fits nicely in a plate holder for display on a mantle or tabletop.

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  13. Great idea.Thanks

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  14. great way to reuse that junk we all accumulate.

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  15. What a great idea for old CDS :)

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  16. What a great idea for old CD's.

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  17. Great use of old CD's! I have several stuffed in my desk drawer. I couldn't bring myself to just toss them. Now I have a great idea for using them. Thanks so much.

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  18. I love this idea! Very fun and creative! I have so many CD's I could make gifts now :)

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  19. Creative idea... Great gift idea. Thanks for sharing!

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  20. what a great idea for an old cd !!! who would have thought you could do something like that with just a cd ....ohh i can not wait to try it out and have some fun !! thanks for the inspiration i have a baby shower and weddings i am thinking of for this :) ....

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  21. This is neat. I like the layers. Thanks for sharing.

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  22. Very cute and fun!

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  23. What a great idea to use the CD as a support. I will never throw one away again. I love the layers and the way the card can be displayed. Genius!

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  24. great idea for a cd/dvd as usually they get thrown out after they are scratched. . will definitely keep this in mind the next time one of mine goes :)

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  25. Wow this has got a little bit of everything - love it!

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  26. Beautiful project, thanks for sharing!

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  27. What a creative and fun altered project! Adorable!

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  28. Hey - a use for all those out dated cd's I hve. Thanks

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  29. What a novel idea! I would never have thought to use discs that way.

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  30. What a fun and unique project. Love upcycling things and repurposing!

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  31. Love your idea. Recycling at its best.

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  32. What fun recycling -love the pretty colours, layers and dimension of your CD!!!

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  33. When I get a purchased card, I always look at it for possible recycling. Sometimes it's just what you are looking for in doing another card. Like the idea very much!!
    Mstgane
    Ann

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  34. Very sweet idea using(and recycling) old CDs. Love all the fun elements you used on this!

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  35. What a unique little home decor project!

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  36. This is soooo Adorable!! Great green project!!

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  37. I've been looking for a project to reuse CD's...thanks so much for sharing such a cute one!

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  38. Lynn G. Said......Awwwwwwww....Just adorable. I love how you re-used the disc. The details are awesome. Great job and thank you for sharing!

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  39. This is so cute. I love the idea of using an old disc. Very creative!

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  40. Adorable idea...who doesn't have discs lying around doing nothing! You have made this so cute....would make a great giftie for my mom!

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  41. Very fun and cute idea. I love it.

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  42. What a fun cute project!

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  43. Such a cute project - I love how you used Ali's stamps with the Stack. It looks perfect!

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  44. I have so many cd's to repurpose, great idea!

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  45. I love up-cycling and re-purposing - great idea! Very decorative too.

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  46. I love the banners and all your layering.

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  47. Love your idea to use an old CD. The end result is spectacular.

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  48. Oh, my gosh. I absolutely love this idea! What you made is adorable, and I'm going to copy it! Great way to refashion/reuse/recycle those old cd's. Thank you, thank you, thank you for giving me inspiration to do a project so different from what I usually do! (I like you adding the pictures of the products you used to put it all together. It makes it easier for me to find the products in the stores..... I'm such a visual person!)

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  49. Oh, happy, happy, happy!!! You have captured that summer sunshine -- splash in the pool kind of happiness in your project!

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