Monday, April 2, 2007

NOW it's time for blog candy!!

YAY! WOOHOO! I've hit 1000 thanks to all of you (well, about 3 or 4 of those last few hits may have been made by me checking the counter tonight! LOL). . .

Now, I want to know what handmade and/or hand-stamped project you are MOST proud of? Do you have a picture of it (link to it in your comment if you’re blog savvy)? : ) Or email it to me at kellybstampin@yahoo.com. (If you can't post a link or email a photo, just describe it in detail for us in your comment.)

I’m curious to see what all you love to make and/or stamp – is it cards? scrapbooks? decorations for your home? your children (hee. . . hee. . . )?

I’ll RANDOMLY choose the winner by Wednesday 5pm EST.

P.S. I've already had several people sign up for my "Stamps in the Mail" program. Make sure to check out that post below for the details and email me right away if you want to be included in Round 1.

19 comments:

Allison said...

Well this is the card I have on SCS with the most views: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=389971&cat=500&ppuser=70178&sortby=v&sorttime=all&way=desc

My favorite (of recent past) might be: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=498852&cat=500&ppuser=70178&sortby=v&sorttime=all&way=desc

They are like my children...I can't just pick one!

Cindy Keery said...

The project I am most proud of would have to be the quilt that I made this year.

http://imagine-dream-create.blogspot.com/2007/03/quilt-is-finished.html

Shannon said...

My favorite project is my wedding invites however, they are in progress right now and I'm not willing to post a link yet!

Alex said...

I think i will go with a project, cause this is the first time I have ever done anything like this and I choose my mailbox I did for my daughter http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=476342&cat=500&ppuser=94468

chelemom said...

I will e-mail my sample cards,ooh I also have a spring bucket that I embellished. On my blog at http://chelemom.blogspot.com

HOW EXCITING!!! LOVE THAT BLOG CANDY!

doverdi said...

The handmade projects that I am most proud of are the mini books that I have created for family members. I have made these for my son, mother, sister, nieces, as well as my great nieces & nephews. The sad thing is I never thought to take pictures of them before giving them away. Duh!

I'd have to say that my favorite thing to make would again have to be the mini books. Although they are so time consuming, I do get a lot of enjoyment out of making them and giving them as gifts. I do have to start taking pictures though. lol

Angel W. said...

I love this coaster box I recently made. I didn't use chipboard coasters, but rather cork coasters so it was very sturdy. I just gave it away. It was so hard to do!
http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=499412&cat=500&ppuser=10691

Cheryl said...

What I really like to stamp are projects like altered notebooks, journals, make baskets, candles etc. But I mainly do cards. I have not ventured into the scrapbook realm yet as it scares me to put ink to the scrapbook page. Thanks for the blog candy.
Cheryl

CAKVD said...

Hello! Pretty blog candy! I'm most proud of a scrapbook page that I made in my daughter's album. I spent hours on it. It has beautiful embellished tags, pretty purple paper, and the cutiest pics of my daughter. It was one of those pages that just went together so nicely - I wouldn't change a thing!
Thanks!
Cheryl KVD

scfranson said...

Wonderful blog! I'm most proud of some of my scrapbook pages, sorry I don't have a photo. It's blogs like this and other places on the web that give me inspiration and encourage me to try new things. Thanks!
Claudia F.

Linda Shaw said...

Hey...Congrats on all the posts:) I will email you my fav since I don't know how to link. I love dry embossing & most proud of a bunny card I made because it won a prize =:)
Linda SS

wendy said...

My most recent project was a frame I made for a new baby. I stamped his name and birthday and matched the paper to his room. The mom loved the gift. I will try to email you a picture of the frame.

Janet B said...

The project I am most proud of is the first quilt I ever made--It's burgundy and white with 20 different quilt squares in it. As for scrapbooking, it would have to be the altered lunch box I made. It was really hard to do, and I had to make my own template for it, but it worked out great.

Janet B

KindredEsprit said...

Congrats on your 1000 views! One of the projects I'm most proud of hmmm....last year I visited 2 friends and made altered clipboards with each of their children. I loved it! Loved helping them along...loved seeing them create and their smiles when they were finished! But I guess I didn't make those, so, one of my favourite recent projects are these 9" altered (white) monograms which I made for my cousins' children. They loved them! Even the teenage girl! Woot! =)

Karen in Fergus said...

My proudest crafting accomplishment is the 6x6 album I made for my son of the day before his wedding.
My (very manly) son actually had tears in his eyes when he flipped thu the pages. AHHHHHHH makes me tear up all over again.
Here is the link
http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=172804&cat=500&ppuser=12581

dd2njoy said...

My favorite project is one that I am working on now.We went away to Cuba in Jan.and i am working on my scrapbook album...lots of pics,lots of colors even got a pic of me lying down on my chair with a scrapbooking etc. magazine! lol It will take me awhile to finish it cause I want to use every picture I took!!!

Jan Scholl said...

My favorite current craft thing is my quilt I made from all my running t shirts-going back 27+ years. I dont have a photo-sorry. I also love making Halloween costumes but havent since my kids grew up-so hopefully, I will have grand kids soon to make some for. I made a dinasour one that blew everyone else out of the competition-and I sold it. stupid stupid stupid. Papercraftng stuff-the book I am working on for my son-if I ever get it done-from all his growing up craziness. Maybe in time for his first anniversary.

Anonymous said...

Hi, well I am in the process of making paperbag albums for my daughters. It isn't finished yet but so far I am proud of what I've done. lol.. it's not the best, but it's my first time, so not so bad. lol.. thanks again!

~Chantale L~

Carole M. said...

Most proud of? .. well maybe it was my first feeling of having accomplished 'it'. That being the Oriental look in my cardmaking. The card was a stamped and coloured geisha and separate mounted fan on red/black background and is pictured on the page noted here.