Saturday, August 4, 2012

Creations by AR First Customer Blog Hop

CREATIONS BY AR CUSTOMER BLOG HOP
Welcome to the first Creations by AR (Adela Rossol) Customer Blog Hop.  I am stop #3 and there is a total of 9 stops (see below for complete list). If you got here from Mary’s blog; http://handmadeheartfelt.wordpress.com, you are in the right spot.  If not, please go back and check out her creation and maybe to the very start and visit with Lisa at http://craftingwithprincesslisa.blogspot.com.  I used the Tea Cottage template and a combination of Coredinations solid paper for the blue and yellow, and a paper I have had forever in my stash with no name on it, for the flower house to create a couple of gifts.   



Unlike Lisa I did not make different pictures for different views of the house.  I did not add the picket fence on it.

I just love this Tea Cottage template (the direct link to this template is http://creationsbyar.com/TEA-COTTAGE_P_70.html) because it is easy to assemble and has so many creative possibilities (think different holidays).  You could put a battery operated tea light in it or just use your imagination for all kinds of uses.  Adela’s templates come in PDF for those who hand-cut their templates and cut file for use with a cutting machine.  There are freebies offered on the site, plus some templates are currently on sale.  Two new templates were released last week.
Now, what would a Blog Hop be without prizes?  One random commenter from each blog will win a template of their choice from Creations by AR.  Comments will close at midnight (Eastern Time) on Monday, August 6 and the winners will be posted in the afternoon on Tuesday, August 7.
I hope you enjoyed my Tea Cottage. Please hop along and visit Diana at http://kreativfenster.blogspot.denext. Don’t forget to leave some love along the way. We enjoy your comments and you may just win a template!
Here is the Blog Hop list:
Thanks for hopping by.
Lenoria 


20 comments:

  1. Lenoria,
    Your Tea Cottages are darling. The flowered paper is so pretty and I like the two different window versions.
    Lisa

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  2. another cute tea cottage,like the window on the 2nd cottage and the paper you used for both are darling

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  3. I like how you were able to get different looks by changing a few details-that was very clever. The window cut out is different and just by changing your cardstock a bit-wow! I really like the window in the 2nd one (pretty). Great job!

    http://handmadeheartfelt.wordpress.com/

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  4. Love the summery paper you have used on this, what a lovely little Tea Cottage!

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  5. The colors you chose for your tea cottage are great. They are so vibrant....you didn't need all the extras. It looks great the way it is. Thanks for the fun

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  6. The Tea Cottages are beautiful. I just love the daisy paper.

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  7. Lenoria, this is so cute. Love the idea of tea packets and the little b.o. tea lights to illuminate. Very clever...just love your project.

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  8. A tea house what a fun project. Thanks for sharing

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  9. This is just such a cute cottage

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  10. wow another darling tea cottage very pretty.

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  11. Lenoria, how very pretty and I see you made two bottom units! Wonderful job! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Another beautiful house! I may have to move! LOL

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  13. love the cottages! what a clever way to stash tea.

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  14. What a gorgeous creation! Simply fabulous!

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  15. I really ought to make one of these for my mom. She'd love it.

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  16. Wow, this looks great. I love the flowery papers.

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