Thursday, January 5, 2017

Time for Tea and a blog hop too...


Hi and welcome to our first Craft Hoarders blog hop of the new year 2017... I hope that your holidays were really fun and you all got lots of time off to spend doing fun things with family and friends.  I spent lots of time at the castle this year which was really fun but did get a few moments to spend with my family to relax so it was a wonderful holiday for me.

If you started the hop in the beginning then you should have arrived from Bonnie's blog....


Today i have a few projects to share that i did for Ruby Rock-it's Faded Empire Collection.  This beautiful line was one of my favorites and i went a little crazy making up some things for a tea party and would also work great for Valentines. The paper line had lots of tags and other fun embellishments and gorgeous victorian papers to create cards, tags and boxes with.  All the fancy edges i have on them are from Spellbinders dies... i have so many of them it's really nice to be able and use them for lots of projects i have....but you can use punches to achieve some of the same ideas.




These projects are my favorites.  Not only for the pretty colors in the papers but also for the pretty princess diecuts that they have to go with the paper line.  It was really fun to do this.


Thanks for stopping by and be sure to finish the hop by stopping over to 
Barbara's blog... Each of us is giving a random prize so be sure and leave a comment for a chance to win.  Here is a photo of my prize from Ruby Rock-it!!  I will announce the winner on the 9th and it's only open to US residents :) 


So it's time again to hop on over to Barbara's blog to see what she has to share!

Supply List:
Spellbinders Dies

Paper trimmer, scissors, ribbons

36 comments:

  1. Wow, wow, wow! Absolutely gorgeous projects!

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  2. You really went to town! What a super display of lovely vintage inspired keepsakes! Love the way you've combined all the different elements and really captured the spirit of the era!

    Thanks for sharing your designs and ideas!

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  3. Loving the Victorian look. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  4. Wow, Teresa! What an amazing and beautiful collection of altered projects! Vintage is one of my favorite themes when creating. TFS!

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  5. Such a beautiful ensemble of gorgeous projects. These are so amazingly wonderful!

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  6. Totally in love with these projects! GREAT job!

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  7. Oh I am a pushover for anything that says tea... i love your cards and the box... and i love the cut outs I think I will do this for coaster at my next tea party.

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  8. so many pretties, hard to choose just one as a favorite.

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  9. Swoon! I love the vintage feel of your projects. All the little details from the Spellbinders dies just look so dainty. and frilly. and perfect!

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  10. Oh my goodness, Teresa, your projects are stunning! Thanks so much for taking part in this fun blog hop. There are so many amazing projects.
    Blessings,
    Karen Letchworth
    www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com

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  11. This project really does look like a tea party all in one! Everything is so beautifully detailed, with a vintage flair.

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  12. Beautiful projects! I love that heart shaped box!

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  13. Wow! Your projects are so pretty! I love all the details and the die cuts!

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  14. Awesome job on all your creations they are adorable. Love the color and the papers.
    natgodfrey4@gmail.com

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  15. Thanks for sharing your beautiful ideas. I especially love the clock project. Somehow I have missed Ruby Rock-It and will have to check it out. Thanks for your participation in the hop.
    gildamc@hotmail.com

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  16. Wow--what lovely projects you created for the tea party.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  17. First, the Country Roses tea cup is beautiful! I have the whole china set too! And, of course, the rest of the pretty cards, the heart box, tags, etc.!!! You created a fantastic Victorian display here, Teresa! I love everything!

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  18. Lovely. I appreciate the vintage look that your projects have.

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  19. very feminine "stuff"!! I love the intricacies of all of it!!

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  20. Simply lovely! SUch gorgeous details on the cards and tags! And that Cup!! WOW!

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  21. Wow, what a great assortment of projects! I love the soft and elegant colors in your paper. Thanks for sharing.

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  22. OMG ... Vintage Royalty ... perfect color palette ! Those die cuts are amazing. Love how you displayed your projects too :)

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    1. Congratulations Rea on winning my giveaway this time... we will be in touch for your address to mail out your goodies!

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    2. Rea can you message me with your address so that i can send your blog prize to you? Thank you... teresa.horner@gmail.com Congratulations!!

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  23. I might be too late to enter for your giveaway but I had to let you know how much I love this beautiful matching set. You bloggers always blow me away with your talent.

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  24. Oh the gorgeous feminine Victorian lace look of these beauties just makes my heart go pitter-patter!

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  25. Love your tea time collection. It is so regal! I especially love the card the colors and flower on it are just beautiful.

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  26. Wow! You did a fabulous job with all the little fun things you created for you tea party. I want an invite!!!

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  27. Thank you everyone for stopping by and also for hopping with all of us this month. We really do love seeing all of you and will hop by your blogs real soon too :) Have a wonderful day!

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  28. Wow, wow!! Such great detail!!!

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  29. Wow!! What a gorgeous set of items you created!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

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  30. What beautiful items you created. They would be perfect for Valentines day.
    Love them all!
    ~Gin K.~

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  31. What a delightful array of creations. What fun you must have had making them. Thanks for sharing them.

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