Massive Blog Hop

Welcome to the MASSIVE Imaginarium Designs and Lindy’s Stamp Gang Blog Hop!

We are so excited to have the team at Lindy’s team up for a full day of creativity.

This hop will surely get your creative juices flowing so head on over to all these incredibly talented crafters to check out how they’ve combined the beautiful products from Lindy’s Stamp Gang with Imaginarium Designs fabulous chipboard, it’s a match made in color heaven!

We have a great prize for you too!

We would love for you to show some love to all our crafters and leave them a little message

You will have the opportunity to win a fabulous prize by both ID and Lindy’s Stamp Gang so please let us know that you have done so by coming back to Lindy’s Stamp Gang & ID blog at the end of the hop.

Amy Voorthuis
Denise Boddey
Evgenia Sokolinskaya
Ingrid Gooyer
Kaori Fujimoto
Karen Zueger
Louise Nelson
Sandrine Dawes
Maiko Miwa
Natalie May 
Julianne McKenna-De Lumen
Patricia Basson
Sarah Routledge
Shell Carman
Solange Marques

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Nolwenn
Ivett
Irina
Lynne
Mary
Limor
Lindy’s Stamp Gang

If you’ve just come from Solange Marques blog then you’re in the right place, if not please start the hop at Amy Voorthius’s blog.

Hi my name is Cynthia (Cynthialoowho) and I hope you’re enjoying hopping along to all the blogs today! I would like to share with you the project I made using the beautiful Die-cuts from Imaginarium Designs and my favorite sprays from Lindy’s Stamp Gang.

I used a plastic cake container from KFC take out to make a Vintage hat.

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I then used clear gesso on the cake container.

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I painted the container with 2 coats of white acrylic paint.

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Then I sprayed it with the most beautiful LSG spray ever Bodacious Blush Starburst spray.

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I covered the entire container with some pink lace.

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Now comes the fun part “Embellishing” I painted all the chip pieces with white paint and sprayed with Salt Water Taffy Starburst spray and added them to the hat along with a handmade satin flower, brooches, laces, and bling.

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I asked my daughter to model the hat for me and she happily obliged.

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I hope you enjoyed my project and now it’s on to Nolwenn’s blog!

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25 thoughts on “Massive Blog Hop

  1. that is jaw droppingly gorgeous … what an imagination to make an absolutely stunning creation that looks like that from a plastic bowl … ‘wow’ …’wow’ … ‘wow’ … A.M.A.Z.I.N.G.

  2. Oh my word…your project is BEAUTIFUL, and your daughter must be a professional model…if not, she certainly could be!!! Perfect combo!!!

  3. Picking my jaw off the iPad… First, your daughter is such a gorgeous young woman… Wow! And the hat…. From a plastic container?? My goodness. Too beautiful for words. Really.

  4. WOW! Nobody would ever know this is a plastic cake lid. Is your daughter a professional model? If not, she should be.

  5. This is the prettiest hat ever….and from a cake container…awesome job…and your DD is so pretty….love the colors too….tfs

  6. You always come up with the most unique and creative ideas. Looks like the perfect hat for easter sunday with the pink tones, bling, chipboard vines and flowers with the ruffled lace edge.

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