Saturday, December 13, 2014

Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Deck the Halls Blog Hop

YAY! It's Saturday! That means that it's time for the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Deck the Halls Blog Hop. My Design Team friends and I are sharing all sorts of Christmas themed projects that will be perfect to get you in the holiday mood!  We have a prize up for grabs and a little freebie just for you guys. We'll also be kicking off our next challenge. So, be sure to check out each and every project along the way today...you don't want to miss a THING!  If you are here from the blog of the awesome and talented Ruth you are in the right place!! 

For my project, I decided to create a lighted glass block to highlight some vinyl and snowflakes-- I think I like my glass block better without the lights--but the lights just add so much :) Hmmm maybe I need to find a set of white lights for it vs. the blue?!?!?  So tough to decide!  Not too mention a MUCH smaller set of lights... I think this was a set of 70 jammed in there!



Here is the fabulous file I used:

Winter Wonderland Cutting Files

And of course the fabulous and talented Lisa has created a cute little freebie just for you!  This freebie will ONLY be available for FREE Saturday, December 13 and Sunday, December 14.  

How cute is this?!?!?!?  LOVE!!!! 


This hop also kicks off our new Christmas Challenge.  Link up you Christmas themed project that uses PPPR files for a chance to win a $20 Gift Certificate to Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons.  You can link up and read all of the guidelines HERE!!!

Now how about some fabulous Blog Candy????


One lucky hopper will win a $15 gift certificate to PPPR!  Here's what you need to do: 

1.  Be a follower of EVERY BLOG in our little hop.  There are just 12 of us, so that shouldn't be too hard.
AND
2.  Leave a comment at EACH blog along the hop.  Be sure to let us know you are a follower and leave us a way to get in touch with you.

Sarah ~ http://sarahvaitstamps.blogspot.com/---YOU ARE HERE!!!
Shannon ~ http://designsofapaddymack.typepad.com/--Your NEXT STOP!!!!


25 comments:

M Samuelson said...

Great project and TFS!!

Running Turtle said...

Oh, I just love your glass block!!
TinaB

Jun Bug House said...

I love these blocks.
We have to come up with all year round ideas.
I don't want to put them away after christmas!!!
Thanks for the hop.
**U**
Nance
{nworleyatcoxdotcom}

Sandy Ross said...

I made myself one of these this year as well. They are beautiful lit! Thanks for the inspiration!

KarKar said...

Beautiful!

teachdanz said...

so pretty Sarah!! I have a glass block that I bought years ago and still need to use - thanks for the inspiration :-)

Alli B. said...

Thank you for sharing. I love this.

Michelle said...

Great job on the glass block. TFS

SiskiyouSue said...

I love decorated glass blocks! Great project.

Sherrie K. said...

Such a pretty glass block! These are so fun for gifts to:) TFS!
Sherrie K

Lisa Norris said...

Awwww! I've always wanted to make one of these. You did a great job! Thank you so much for creating such a fun project for our hop, Sarah! :)

Melinda said...

Fun project, I'm starting to play with vinyl, there are so many creative opportunities awaiting. Great job!

Janices Jems said...

Beautiful block! I think clear lights would be stunning, especially if you can find them with a white string ;) Good luck! (you might just want to stick to the ones already in there) lol

Ruth G said...

Very pretty! The snowflakes are perfect with the glass block (looks like ice!) Thanks so much for sharing!

Jeanette Masden - Brown said...

very cute

Jennifer Earley said...

So pretty! Great job! New follower!

Michele I said...

great gift idea, new follower

Debbie said...

Great project

scrapBugz said...

Super cute snowflake block!

Mandy
mjbaker @ earthlink . net

Glora said...

Wow, this turned out SO beautiful! Amazing job! Hugs- Glora
me(at)glorajean(dot)com

Leah Schaeffer said...

This is neat! You guys really are thinking
some cool projects this hop!

sweetpeaemmalou said...

What a beautiful project!! Love it!!-Emily K.

Gloria said...

Your lighted glass block is very pretty and it looks great with and without light:) Awesome job!

Melisa Alzammar said...

I've always wanted to make one of these glass blocks. Yours came out great. TFS!

Katy said...

I've always wanted to make one of these!!! Love yours!