Thursday, March 21, 2013

Nestie Besties Blog Hop

Hi Everyone,

Our DT at Spellbinders wanted to share some
of the projects that we made on our blog so we decided to
do a fun hop today to show you and tell you a little more about
them.  We have lots of inspiration for you
and even a chance to win a few prizes along the way too.
Soooo.... lets get started.. 

My project I want to share today is a page I did with the
 Spellbinders French Frills dies designed by Samantha Walker.
I had the perfect photos from a trip for this and even
the papers that she designed to go with
the dies so I was really happy with the way it turned out!


We were lucky enough to get to go on a family trip to France
and Germany one year and one of my favorite places was the
Eiffel Tower at night.. oh.. and 10 or 20 other places that would
take me way to long to share about.  I can hardly wait
to go back sometime but until then I have lots of pages to
remember all the fun that we had together like this day :)

The Spellbinders dies I used for this are:
S5-145 French Frills by Samantha Walker,
S5-058 Ironwork Accents
and of course my Grand Caliber GC-001
and the papers are by
Carte Bella and are called Paris Girl--
there is more in the Spellbinders Gallery too
about it that you can find here...

So it's time to do a little hopping again..
your next stop on our hop is the fabulously talented
Theresa Momber and I know she will have something
incredible to share with all of you.... 

Angela Ploegman
 Darsie Bruno
Debbie Seyer 
Heidi Van Laar 
Judy Hayes 
Michelle Woerner 
Teresa Horner -that's me!
Theresa Momber
 Tina McDonald
Yvonne van de Grijp-(starting later)

Don't forget to leave a comment on my post
about your favorite SB die that you love
 for a chance to win some blog candy too!
Winner will be picked at random on March 26th



Have fun on the hop and
thanks so much for stopping by :)

43 comments:

  1. This is a beautiful layout. I love the design.

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  2. Stunning page!! The die cuts complement the picture perfectly!!

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  3. A really gorgeous LO here, even I´m not a scrapbooker, I can see, it´s awesome work.
    I can´t pick just one favorite die, as I have sooo many, but all the different decorative dies are all amazing, as is more of the embellisment ones like the babyset and the Easterseet and the doilies, but I really think these new D-lite dies and the brand new Gold dies is going to be absolutely stunning to use, and I can´t wait to recieve some I ordered last week he he he

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  4. Gorgeous layout Teresa, Carole Z xx

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  5. Awesome page! I love the French Frills set and Paris Girl is my favorite CB collection. The favorite SB set that I own is the Layered Poinsettias. Thanks for sharing your fab L/O and for the generous blog candy chance.

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  6. This is is absolutely gorgeous!! I love the colors and design!! Thanks for the inspiration!! I don't know that I can pick a favorite set...I love them all!! But if I have to choose, it would be Wonderful Wings...love the beautiful butterflies :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts
    indymermaid(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. What a stunning layout! I love the pink and black together and the way your pictures are black and white. Makes for a beautiful layout, someday I can only dream of going to Paris so it is nice to see other peoples pictures and dream! Thanks for the chance to win the candy, I love all the spellbinders and really do not have a favorite!
    jennyplace26@gmail.com

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  8. Great layout. I am loving resplendent rectangles right now.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  9. Loved putting that in the idea gallery...among the other wonderful creations you girls created! Thanks for the shout out to the idea gallery xo

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  10. Awesome LO. Couldn't ask for a better match with Samantha's dies for this LO. Would love to take a family trip like this to France. You were so lucky.
    Marcie

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  11. Amazing l/o love all the pink you've used on your trip :) hugs Nikki

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  12. Wow! Love the French Frills on this - everything went together beautifully!

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  13. Hi Teresa, Your layout is so pretty. I have so many favorite Spellbinders, its hard to choose, but I love labels 4 and now I have the new elegant labels 4 which is absolutely the best! Thanks for sharing.

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  14. Your layout is gorgeous! Love the colors....the dies... My favorite dies are most of the new ones and anything with a butterfly!

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  15. What a great way to remember your trip to Paris, a city I have visited a few times and enjoy. Very nice layout. I have not attempted scrapbooking yet, more into cards, boxes, flowers, etc. but this blog may get me to give it a try.

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  16. Wow, what a gorgeous layout. I love the colors and the great Spellbinder dies you used for accents. Perfect embellishments. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  17. Oops, forgot to say my favorite SB dies are all of them. :) Right now I like using Decorative Labels 8.

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  18. Oo-la-la!!! What fun this trip must have been!!! I can see the enjoyment in all of your eyes. I love using my dies so much!! Saying a favorite die is hard!! But at the moment, I'm using my Lacey Ovals and Ironworks quite a bit! Really I love them all!!!

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  19. Your layout is teeerific Theresa! Love the French theme! What a wonderful place to visit!
    Oh my gosh, all Spellbinders dies are my favorites! LOL! If I have to chose, it would be the card creator dies because I am matting challenged and these are the best thing since sliced bread! Thanks for sharing your wonderful page. Hugs Lori

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  20. Love the way you made this lay-out. Once in your live you must have seen the eifeltower and so nice that you made a lo of this moment with the beautiful spelbinders dies.

    love from the Netherlands by Yvonne.
    ( you must come back to visit the Netherlands) hi hi

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  21. Spellbinders is the best and your layout is beautiful.

    Kathleen

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  22. Loving your layout shared today!! I'd love to travel to Paris, but don't see it ever happening!! Oh we'll it's nice to live the experience through others who share their trips!! I am pretty new to spellbinders, but I am loving the new exquisite circles these are some of the first dies I have boughten and I am loving them!! Loving the inspiration shared on the blog and thanks for the chance to win!! Have a fabulous week!! ;)

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  23. Your layout brought back memories of my trip to Europe and Paris. Love the colors, the SB die-cuts...well everything. Thanks for sharing some of your stash with one of us. Very nice.

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  24. Your trip sounds like a dream come true. I love the layout. How wonderful that Spellbinders had the Eiffel Tower!

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  25. Am not a scrapper, but your page is beautiful.
    Love my dies and think the favourite Spellbinder one would be the decorative labels eight. Not used as often as could, but it will come.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win some new items to try.

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  26. I can't wait to see what is posted everyday using Spellbinder dies. TFS!

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  27. I can't say what my favorite is, because I love them all. Thanks for sharing your beautiful layout with us.

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  28. What a gorgeous layout! I'm envious of your trip...I'm sure it was fabulous. My favorite SB die is a flag that I use all the time from Nautical Frame and Accents!

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  29. Wow how Beautiful this is. love the layering and the choice of papers and dies. thanks for sharing and for the chance to win.
    Grand labels four is one of my Favorites I love all of the dies. the details are super.

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  30. ...oui..oui.. this is magnificent.. so easy on the eyes.. love it all..

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  31. Beautiful layout! My favorite feminine die is the romantic rectangle!!!

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  32. wonderful layout - love your color choices.
    Sandra ltb

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  33. OOoooooooh, such wonderful prizes on this hop! I loved seeing your Eiffel Tower pics. Would love to go there some day (SIGH).
    Can't say I only have 1 favorite nestie----so many I am in love with :) I do love the lace edging on your design. Actually, I love anything lacey!

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  34. Lovely page Teresa! Thanks for sharing! I love all SB's dies, but from the ones I currently own my favorite is Floral ovals. Thank you for the chance to win!
    Liz

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  35. Thank you so much for all the wonderful comments so far and I so love hearing what your favorite dies are!! and I so wish that all of you could win :) Hugs and Smiles!

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  36. Very pretty layout with fab pics! My fave Spellbinders Die set that I have, so far is Nested Tea Cups. I cut with DP for the china tea cup look, and mount on great embossed layer with added embellies for any occasion, sometimes adding a foil tea pouch inside to go with.

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  37. I thought for a long time trying to come up with a favorite Spellbinder die, but I just don't have a favorite. Every time I made a purchase, that was my favorite die. :-) Then the next time there was a Blog Frenzy, I would purchase more favorites!! However, I do love the new fancy rectangles, squares and ovals - I have several of the releases including Timeless, Romantic and Resplendent rectangles. They are just BEAUTIFUL!!!

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  38. I love your layout the colors are gorgeous together. Thank you for sharing. As for my favorite SB can't really say I only have a couple but love them all.

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  39. Ooh-la-la you lucky lady! I hope to see the Eiffel Tower at night - definitely a bucket list item! Great job on the layout. Thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win!

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  40. What could be more appropriate for Paris than pink and black? I love the pic of the gals having a great time...nice layout! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  41. Great layout! I love that French Frills die! I have a 9 y/o DS so I rarely buy frilly stamps or dies, but I'm loving that die! We have pics from France so perhaps that is enough of an excuse to just buy the set? :D

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