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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Three Cheers for GlueArts & Want2Scrap!


Happy Tuesday to you! 


Welcome back and as promised we have five full days of ideas from our Glue Arts and Want2Scrap Spring into Summer Blog Hop...



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If you're not familiar with them....Want2Scrap specializes in blingchipboard albums, laser designs, iPhone 4 cases and ribbons and much more! Be sure to visit their online store to see all their products. This week our talented Glue Girls have a variety of projects for you. Cards, albums, altered arts and we hope you'll be sure to stop by each day to visit our site, enter to win and hop to our Designers blog and our friends at Want2Scrap! It's one amazing week of inspiration...that we can promise! 


For today Designer Jan Hennings brings new life to an item traditionally destined for the trash or in our house...the recycle bin! We absolutely love projects that recycle, reuse and repurpose and how beautiful are these!! Be sure to visit Jan's blog for the tutorial!! 


Glue Girl Julia Sandvoss has a daughter who is a hockey cheerleader! How perfect was it that Want2Scrap makes a megaphone chipboard album? That plus their Baby Bling makes last year's cheer memories come to life. Be sure to stop by Jan and Julia's blog for more information and pictures of their projects!
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Sweet Treats
Recycled Toilet Paper Tubes: Inspired by Pinterest
GlueArts Designer: Jan Hennings


Supplies:


Dear Lizzy Paper Line, Pin Wheel Embellishment (American Crafts)
Beautiful Bling Borders, Say it with Pearls, Chipboard Crown (Want2Scrap)
White Embossing Powder (Wow), Heat Embossing Tool, Toilet Paper Tubes, wire and pearl beads (Hobby Lobby), Trinket Pins (Maya Road), Crinkled paper (for the inside), Uline, White lace (Really Reasonable Ribbon)

See Jan's blog link below for more information!!





Hockey Cheer Chipboard Album
Glue Girl: Julia Sandvoss

Supplies:
GlueArts Glue Glider PRO+ Perma Tac
Extreme Adhesive Squares
U Cut It Foam
Raisen's
Want2Scrap Megaphone Chipboard Album
Want2Scrap Baby Bling and Pearl Bling
Authentique papers, diecuts and stickers
EK Success Border Punches
Sassafrass Lass Button Flowers
My Little Shoebox Alphabet Stickers
Core'dinations Cardstock
Making Memories Butterflies
Maya Road Ribbon Tulle
Colorbox Chalk Inks
Wool Felt
Pink Paislee Alphabet Stickers & Brad


Here's where you can find all of today's projects and inspiration!

  

Before you go...please be sure to post a comment and enter to win a GlueArts prize package of... 

a Glue Glider PRO+ and one PermaTac Cartridge, our Adhesives Squares and our 3D Combo Pac! Be sure to post a comment each day this week for more chances to win.

39 comments:

  1. Fun projects! Love the shape of that album!

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  2. LOVE THESE...the Sweet Treats is so pretty and totally love the shape of that super fun Hockey Cheer Chipboard album...thanks for sharing...very inspiring..

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  3. Sweet!! I love it anytime something can be recycled!

    amyis300 AT hotmail DOT com
    scrapthissavethat.blogspot.com

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  4. As a hockey mom I could not help but LOVE the Hockey Cheer album. What a super idea!

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  5. Two absolutely FANTASTIC projects! I love it when something destined for the trash and be turned into a treasure! I'm definitely going to have to fancy up some tp rolls to hold some sweets! And, that megaphone album is the sweetest! Soooo cute!

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  6. Thanks for the chance to win :) Great projects.

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  7. I loved all of the projects, thanks for the inspiration!

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  8. Pretty treat containers--I like all the bling
    Perfect shape for the hockey album.

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  9. I'm really enjoying your projects using your GREAT GLUE!!

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  10. I love to see items being recycled. Great project!

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  11. Fun projects and great recycling idea!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  12. I love the mini album!!! So adorable!!!

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  13. three cheers for an idea on recycling used toilet paper rolls. Thanks.

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  14. nice projects. thank you for sharing.

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  15. Beautiful, colorful projects. I love any project that recycles and helps the planet :))
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  16. I love the TP roll idea for treat holders.

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  17. love the reycling and the hockey cheer is wonderful for any cheerleader in the family. Great projects.

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  18. Such cute projects! I'm looking forward to more!

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  19. Wonderful projects with great tutorials today. Loved the Hockey Cheer project and the recycling.

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  20. Love Glue Arts and Want 2 Scrap

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  21. Great projects, I love the megaphone!

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  22. Fabulous projects! Glue Arts rocks!

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  23. WOW some really cool projects here today again. I just love that album and the fubn shape of it. And it´s always cool, when you can recyce something and these rolls can be used for so many awesome things. We´re doing that here all the time.
    Thanks soo much for all the cool inspiration here.

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  24. Great projects today! Thanks for the inspiration :)

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  25. What fabulous projects. Thanks for the inspiration

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  26. these are both beautiful! i love the toiletpaper roll treat holders!

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  27. Great use of all the products.

    marg0006 at verizon dot net

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  28. So adorable! What a fun album and unique shape!

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  29. I just love the projects.. the album looks like so much fun! hugs Marley

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  30. I just LOVED the inspiration, but that Glue Glider Pro is on my wish list now for sure!!
    Blessings,
    Karen L

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  31. So cute! What awesome projects!!

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  32. Great projects everyone! Love the crown! Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

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  33. The idea on recycling those papers and other waste materials is really good and quite inspiring as well

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