Sunday, May 31, 2015

Growing In Unity :: Blog Hop

The Introduction:
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The Hop Order:
Amy
Lynda
Teresa
Brittany
Maria
Doreen
Tifany <--- You are here
Wynne
Paula

The Project:
I created these stamped clothespins with the May HOPE Sustain You sentiment kit from Unity Stamp Company. They are a fairly quick project, and would be great as a simple hostess or housewarming gift...or just to add a bit of color to your own home. 
Just stamp, color, and you are done!

The Prize:
TWO lucky people will win the Frankly Said sentiment kit. (The winners will be announced with the GIU post on Wednesday, June 3rd on the Unity Stamp Company blog.)

Thanks for stopping by today!

The Next Stop:
Supplies: 
Stamps: Unity Stamp Company (May HOPE Sustain You);
Ink: Ranger (Archival - Jet Black);
Markers: Zig;

29 comments:

vilma said...

Good idea, is unique thanks!

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

How fun are those...what a great project!!!

Tina Riddle said...

Your clothes pins are absolutely gorgeous! What a smart creative idea! :)

Teresa Doyle said...

Tiffany, these are adorable! This IS a great idea to use as a little gift!

Laura Turcotte said...

Awesome---very cool idea!

Mary Holshouser said...

What a fun idea. These would make great favors for a party - thinking High Tea for the Civic Club in January. I've done the favors the last couple years and it's getting harder to come up with something unique. Stamp with teacups and it's done.
A practical favor as well as decorative.
thanks for the great idea. They are really pretty.

Patty said...

OH WOW!! This is the first time I've seen stamp clothes pins!! What an awesomely clever idea...they look fantastic!!

Amante del Papel said...

this is a great idea!!! thanks for sharing!!!!

Peggie Sue @ Maxx and Boo said...

Super cool idea!

Allison Kreft said...

These are so cute! I would have never thought to stamp clothes pins! I have a project I will definitely be using this technique in.

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Cleaver idea!!! I would have never though of stamping on clothes pins. Beautiful colors. TFS

Michelle golz said...

This is a fantastic idea!

Michelle golz said...

This is a fantastic idea!

sharon g said...

What a cool idea. I have some clothespins, too....

Sweet April said...

Awesome idea,unique and so creative and colorful.I just love it,it's so special and adorable.

Jean said...

What a fun idea this is!

Teresa said...

so pretty! these would make a great gift! -tjigo

Karen (karey2005) said...

Love these! Super clever!

Sylvia said...

I love the clothespin...good job!!!

Angeline Choo said...

What a fun project Tiffany! :)

D- said...

I LOVE your cute clothes pins. Thanks for sharing.
Crafty hugs,
Dawn
DesignsbyDragonfly.blogspot

Cynthia said...

Fun project, Tifany!

ionabunny said...

So pretty. Gotta love practical art. Hugz

Gaylynn said...

How clever this is, Tifany. The pins looks awesome and so very unique!!!

Maria Levine said...

So awesome! LOVE THIS!

Penne Norris said...

Got a LOT of love for these clothes pins! Hope I can re create and do half the job that you did with them. TFS!

Rebecca Yahrling said...

What a marvelous, fun, creative project. Love, love, love!!!

Ruby said...

Awesome project. Very cute pins.

Jean Bullock said...

I love these clothes pins. How creative and clever.