Apr 09 2009

Stamp Simply #82 – Hang it Up!

Published by at 9 17 pm under Challenges,Gift Item,Home Decor

Keyword ssnotime82 -There is no time limit. You can play this challenge and upload yourproject at Splitcoastand/or your Blog, anytime at all! You (and that means anyone and everyone, blogger or not!)can play as many times as you like!!! The point is to keep it simple, quick and have fun!!! Please link back here.

Hang it Up! This time of year I’m itching to hang out the laundry (and I know, you city folk don’t do that!), but lets hang some things up this week. I love a little hanging tag or hanging charm. Or make a project that *hangs*, or stamp am image of something this is hanging — you get the idea — a loose interpretation is always fine and fun!!! Let’s just get busy and *hang it up* — and have fun while you’re at it!!!

Check out the greatsamples for the Stamp Simply Challenge today on the blogs of these designers:

Please bear with us as we are all uploading and linking on Thursday night.

You can see all Gallery Submissions here.

What wonderful samples!!! Thank you girls!!! Much appreciated!!!

Heres myhanging creations for today:

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I made two things today, using up some more of my seed packs! And since I had hanging clothes on my mind, I chose to use clothespins today — the large one that I altered for notes and the tiny ones clipped to the top of my seed packs! I’ve always had sort of an attraction to clothes pins — LOL — real ones, I mean – I don’t know why — I just like them!!! This was a fun project that would make a great little gift for Mother’s Day or any early springtime gift!!! Oh, almost forgot, I used the label maker for the sentiments so I could play in Julia’s Ways to Use It Challenge today over at SCS — it was to use labels in your work– and I did!!!

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Here’s alittle cleaner view of my door hanger and clothes pin holder with all the seed packets removed. I used Mod Podge to adhere the DP to the wood. I like using it for this type of work — it dries quickly and holds tightly. In just a few minutes I was able to sand all my edges nice and smooth and I then used ink to DTP the edges for a more finished look. These went together very quickly — a fun and quick little project to try!!!

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A closeup of the top of the hanger. You can see I DTP’d the edges in a more yellowish ink to bring out the bit of yellows in the paper. My two color ginghams went well with this paper. They are 7/8″ May Arts and are available in the Stamp Simply Ribbon Store along with other May Arts ribbons. My buttons are adhered with mini glue dots.

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To form the pocket on the bottom I just cut a piece to size, stitched the edges at the machine, then attached it on 3 sides with red sticky strip. I then added the ribbon to finish it off nicely! And my label maker provided the wording, in compliance with Julia’s challenge today. And it wasn’t until I got to this point I realized there was NO stamping on thisproject — and that’s OK.

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And here’s the clothes pin which is upside down and used as a note clip. Very quick and easy little project. The hanger and the clothespin are by Creative Imaginations in their Bare Elements line available at Michaels.

Stamps: None

Paper: Margo by K & Co (Michaels)

Ink: ColorBox Chalk Bisque

Accessories: May Arts 7/8″ Gingham available at the Stamp Simply Ribbon Store, Seed Packs, Sewing Machine and Thread; from Wal-Mart: Buttons, Sanding Block, Mod Podge, Dymo Label Maker; from Michaels: Creative Imaginations Bare Elements Door Hanger and Clothes Pin, Jolees tiny clothespins, Zots.

Thank you all so much for stopping in again today. Hope you have time to think about trying this challenge– it’s a fun one, wide open to your own interpretation!!! Wishing you all a wonderful weekend, filled with whatever it is that pleases you!!! Thanks — see you soon!

41 responses so far

41 Responses to “Stamp Simply #82 – Hang it Up!”

  1. Markie's Mom says:

    Sharon, all I can say is “WOW!” I love this set!

  2. LOVE these! Adorable! Thanks for the fun challenge, Sharon! 🙂 Hope you are doing well! 🙂

  3. AJ says:

    these are sooo adorable Sharon!! just fabulous as usual!

  4. Jerri Kay says:

    Love this Sharon, I haven’t seen these papers yet, I need to make a trip to Michael’s. A fabulous challenge!

  5. Just gorgeous, Sharon!!!

  6. Wonderful! Wonderful! I love your hanging things. I also visited the DT’s blogs and they have created some pretty fab things too!
    I played along and you can find Happiness here.

  7. Charlene says:

    Sharon, your creativity continues to amaze me…we’d get along fine! I grew up drying clothes on the line and with energy costs skyrocketing, I’m itching to do it again…plus, they smell soooo good!

  8. Lisa Brown says:

    Love this, Sharon! Thanks for the challenge!

  9. Janine says:

    FABULOUS Sharon… What a wonderful idea!!
    Have a great weekend.

  10. Amy Johnson says:

    Absolutely stunning and gorgeous! I love it!

  11. Debbie Fisher says:

    WOW! Love the colors, paper, project and LOVE that gingham ribbon!

  12. Hanging a tag is one of my favorite things to do so I love this challenge! Terrific project, Sharon! Here’s my card:

    Thanks

  13. barb schram says:

    This is so much fun, Sharon! LOVE the the clothespin! YOUR work is fabulous! GREAT challenge!

  14. Fantastic Sharon!!! Love the entire collection!! I was hoping to get something together this morning before leaving for the hospital … but, the creative juices just weren’t flowing! Maybe tonight will be better. Thanks for another awesome challenge idea!!!

  15. Shirley Lee says:

    Great idea. I visited all the blogs and loved all the interesting creations. Love yours the most because it’s so cute and practical. You are so creative! Have a wonderful week-end! Going to do laundry? ha ha
    Shirley L.
    Roseville, CA

  16. Pat Adam says:

    This was a toughie for me as I had a hanged week. Anyway I did make a pitiful attempt to play your game…challenge. Very cute creation you did and hang it all, you always make it shine. Pat
    http://rubbermaid.blogspot.com/

  17. Dawn (stampinscotsgirl) says:

    What a wonderful gift ensemble you have created Sharon!! So glad I get to play today! Here is my card: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1308148?nocache=1

  18. How darling is this??? Love the idea and all of those colors are downright yummy! What a fabulous idea!

  19. Betty says:

    Gorgeous, Sharon!!!! Love the whole look and colors. I need to get some of those fabulous ribbons, too!!!! Great work!!!!

  20. Rose Ann says:

    Fantastic project, Sharon!! The papers are so pretty, and I love the ribbon and buttons!!

  21. StephC says:

    Your projects are gorgeous! This challenge was a fun one. I really enjoyed it. I’m glad I got to play along this week! You can see my card below.

    Thank You

  22. Becky says:

    WOW…holy cow…are you serious??? This is incredible. You are a freak of nature.

  23. Jacqui says:

    I love your hanging and decided to have ago myself. Mine is entirely different. Thanks for looking http://jacksjunk.wordpress.com/2009/04/11/saturday-again/

  24. RAINBOW LADY says:

    My card uses a digi stamped image and some hanging beads. My own challenge site this week is DANGLERS so we have that in common so thought I had better enter yours too lol. Thanks for looking Love Cynthia x

    http://rainbowladyscraftyblog.blogspot.com/2009/04/spring-into-easter.html

    come and enter my challenge too. xx

  25. Debbie Olson says:

    Sharon, I adore it! Great colors, great vintage feel, and you’re tempting me on that gingham ribbon too!

  26. Jenny Gropp says:

    I don’t know about hanging out laundry! It goes in the dryer here! I love your project, and that clothespin… well, I might have to get me some of those and make some fun magnets! You are enabling me at every turn! Ribbon, Just Rite products, now Clothespins! Great project, excellent and FUN challenge! Thanks for linking my candy! I am loving playing along with you and the talented Friday crew this month!

  27. Jen says:

    Oh my I love your creation!!!!!!
    Jen

  28. Elena says:

    Wow! Very nice project!!! Love this idea! Thank you very much for sharing, Sharon!

  29. Julia Aston says:

    Love your beautiful projects Sharon – what wonderful DP’s!

    I had fun with this one and used an actual clothes line of laundry!!

    http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1310956?cat=500&ppuser=93535

  30. Heather says:

    What a lovely idea Sharon, and a perfect gift. I have had very little time to play or browse and comment lately but I always enjoy what I see here. I hope to play again soon.

  31. Laurie says:

    Gorgeous door hanger and clothespin holder – LOVE the papers and ribbons. So vintage looking. I did a card for the challenge – you can see it here at http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1311420?cat=500&ppuser=147277.

  32. LeAnne says:

    Very cool! I have been looking for clothespins like that…I guess I need to make a trip to Michael’s! The vintage look is great! Here’s my little card (first one):
    http://weeinklings.blogspot.com/2009/04/three-easy-pieces.html
    Thanks!
    LeAnne

  33. Dee Jackson says:

    This is wonderful Sharon!! I love that paper and all the details. I hope you had a wonderful Easter!!

  34. Pamela Knox says:

    I had a fun time with this. (Actually you made me think, which caused frequent doses of chocolate.)

    Here is my card at Splitcoaststampers.

    http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1313090?cat=500&ppuser=108741

    Thanks for the challenge.

    Pamela

  35. Joan Ervin says:

    I love all your projects, Sharon…I find sooo much inspiration here!!! Wish you lived next door!!! I made a card for the challenge…I used ribbon and a hanger to *hang up* the background layer. Thanks for the great challenge!!! http://stampingwithapassion.blogspot.com/2009/04/wacky-wednesday-and-creative-belli_15.html

  36. Juanita in Ohio says:

    WOW, this looks like a fun challenge. Your projects are beautiful and TFS.

  37. leslierich says:

    Oh, wonderful! Just fabulous! What a cute, cute set! I just love those ribbon colors. In fact I love gingham ribbon, anyway, and one of these days I’m going ribbon shopping you-know-where. Oooooh, the papers on this are so pretty, too!

  38. Silke Ledlow says:

    Sharon – all of your latest creations are absolutely gorgeous!!! You are one of my favorite Stampers!!!

    If been having your challenge on my mind this whole past week and I finally had a change to play along….!!!

    Here is my card (it’s the middle card on my post)
    http://silkeledlow.blogspot.com/2009/04/occ-challenge-get-ready-to-recycle.html

    Thank you for inspiring me!!! Have a wonderful weekend ~Silke~

  39. Mary Q Contrarie says:

    These are some really clever ideas. I have three clothes drying racks and I have made hanging lables for them so each rack belongings to a different family member so I actually sort the clean laundry and hang clothes on hangers at the drying stage saves me time and I can even do this in the city in my house or on the patio depending on the weather.

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