Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Magnolia-licious Summer Fun with Tilda Blog Hop!


Happy Blog Hop Day, Dearest Readers,

Today, the Magnolia-licious Design Team is having a Summer Fun Blog Hop! I must warn you. I have a TON of photos below! I wanted to show you every element of my project. I hope you don't mind!

You should have reached my site through Karen Gauthier's Blog. At the end of my post, I will tell you where the next stop is. OK? If you have strayed along the way, here is your starting point:

Magnolia-licious Challenge Blog


You want to go to this page to find all the details and where to start. Diana is offering a prize of a wonderful surprise package to a lucky gal! To be eligible, you need to create a project and post it on the Magnolia-licious Challenge Blog. You will have TWO WEEKS to enter your Summertime Project.

For my project, I decided to make some Summer Fun Decorated Water Bottles! I went through my stamps and selected images that represented things that kids like doing in the summer. I had to include a hiking Edwin, of course! I can't let the girls have all the attention, right?

Here are my photos. I hope you like what I've done!



These are the images I've used going from left to right - On the Road Tilda, Gone Fishing Tilda, Gucci Tilda, Tilda in Key Largo, Tilda with Cherry Ice, and Hiking Edwin. All images have been hand painted.

I began by using a MS border punch to create a decorative base for each bottle using three brightly colored summery papers. This was attached using Scor-Tape. That stuff is FANTASTIC! Next, I cut out the ovals and scalloped ovals using my Nestie dies. Around each bottle, at the shoulder, I added another band. This band had a separate strip to hold both the decorative straw and the painted image. Again, I used Scor-Tape to hold the image mat in place. Using another Nestie die, I cut a circle of matching paper for each cap. I added a pom pom to the cap, tied some baker's twine around the neck of each bottle, stamped a sentiment on a strip which was attached to the base strip and decorated with a Prima flower and tiny button. They are sooooooooooo cute!

Here are the bottles in pairs:







Would these be cute for a party?

Well, if you are still with me, it's time for you to visit the next blog! You are now going to visit

Katie's Blog!


I hope you have liked the projects that my sweet Teamies have created to give you some inspiration! This is such a creative DT filled with such talented gals! I am always in awe!

Please stop by Magnolia-licious and see what wonderful goodies Diana has in stock! Diana always has such wonderful bargains, too!

Now it's your turn! Won't you join the Summer Fun Challenge? We'd love to see your creations!

Thank you for stopping by.


By leaving a comment, you may win a special gift from Diana at Magnolia-licious! If you don't join in, you just can't win! LOL



I hope you will return again very soon!

XO,

Chris

20 comments:

julieprice3 said...

So bright and cheery, fabulous idea xo Julie P

Tamara said...

This is gorgeous Chris! Love the idea!
Hugs, t.

kristinasartcorner said...

I am ready for the party.... OMG .What a fabulous idea. What a fabulous coloring.I am in love with your project.Thanks,thanks for that.Thanks for the amazing blog hop too.Hugs from Sweden!

Louise said...

What a fabulous idea, love the bottle tags
Such a fun summer gift
hugs Louise

Jane said...

Wow, absolutely gorgeous, love the way the straws are attached. Off hopping love Jane x

Norma said...

Wow, fabulous job you did here, Chris. Beautifully decorated bottles. And yes they would liven up a party. Superb colouring work.
Hugs,
Norma

Suzi said...

Oh my gosh!! these are so ingenious Chris, what an imagination!! love them all and so many wonderful Tildas too. Fabulous work sweetie. Hugs Suzi x

Ustvarjalni utrinki Tamara P. said...

How great idea
I love your bottles
so great for summer or birthday party
hugs Tamara

Jacqueline Bryant said...

what a great party idea! And i am getting ready for a baby shower for my niece i might try it! these are really adorable!

Kerri-Ann Briggs said...

Really lovely idea, these would be great at a party / special picnic!
Blog hopping and hoping i'm doing it right!
www.imaginedesigncreate.co.uk/blog

ladydiana said...

Oh these would be so much fun for a summer picnic or heck even a fancy dinner party with FUN and GOOD FOOD (not cooked by me...lol) being the focus. What adorable images you chose, I think I like Edwin best, he is always left out so I am glad you invited him. Your project was well thought through Chris. As always PERFECT!
hugs, Diana

Candy said...

Hi Chris,
What a fabulous idea. Children would LOVE them. I LOVE THEM!
So bright and happy - a fantastic idea :o)
Big Hugs,

April Rogers said...

Well if your crafty project doesn't yell summer nothing will.. Oh how I would love to have a set of these to have a little party with. Just fantastic!!!
TFS
XO Nana

Terry Sullivan said...

These are so adorable, what a terrific project

Beth Brovold said...

Holy smokers Chris...these are SO CUTE!!! What a FUN and IMAGINATIVE idea!! Love all your coloured Tildas...and Edwin of course!!
Take care,
Beth

Nancee Purdum said...

Oh how cute! What a great way to use "discarded" items!! :)

Paper Tails said...

Your bottles are awesome! So very cute and creative. Love the bright colors you chose.

Hugs,
Karen

Hazel (Didos) said...

Oh Golly these are brilliant, what a great idea for a summer party, Love Hazelx

Cathy Lee said...

Cutie patootie, Chris. What a fabulous project. I love all your Magnolias and beautiful coloring. Fabulous way to use your darling straws.
Hugz,
Cath

Laura said...

These bottles are too STINKUM CUTE! What a great idea! Your coloring for each one of them is superb.

hugs,
Laura C.