Hodge Podge with a difference

I love the versatility of Stampin’ Up products as I’ve said on many occasions but it wasnt until a recent challenge on our demonstrator yahoogroup that this idea was born!

The challenge was set by the lovely Makeesha Byl from Western Australia. Makeesha and I have become good friends since helping her with her blog sig and watermarks – its amazing how God works in our lives’ for our own good!

Makeesha challenged us to make these gorgeous key rings using Stampin’ Up!’s hodge podge bookplates.

How gorgeous are they?

I’ve used the priceless stamp set with the “Priceless” sentiment and the swirl in caramel. I’ve also done the sponging around the edge to make the edges softer.

Its sealed with crystal effects and has acetate on the outside to protect the stamped area. There is a brad in one end to hold the two pieces together and the key ring in the other end.

On one side I have layered two hearts over the swirly image. I have been making these for my hostesses lately and they just love them!

Dont forget if you order the Priceless before September 30 you will also get the So Swirly jumbo wheel for free being part of the Free Wheelin promotion.

Remember I am away on holidays so you will need to email your order to me or contact me on my mobile.

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About Leonie

I am Leonie and I love to create with stamps, ink & paper! I do love to share what I create and hope you enjoy seeing what I've made. I also enjoy (and run on) Coffee! Stampin' Up! has been a huge part of my life since 2006 and such a big blessing to me and my family!! I call Campbelltown home - it's about an hour South West of Sydney, Australia. If you like what I share please feel free to leave me a comment or share it with your friends! Thanks for stopping by :)

8 thoughts on “Hodge Podge with a difference

  1. Absolutely love this idea! I am always on the look out for 3D projects for my gals!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Stampin’ Smiles from Ear to Ear,
    Ann 🙂

  2. Wow! Leonie … I am constantly amazed at your creativity! How do you come up with such gorgeous ideas? I just wish I had more time to get into the ESAD group. I just can’t seem to keep up … how do you do it? Hugs, Andrea

  3. Leonie, those are great! What a terrific idea, and so beautifully done. Boy do I wish you lived here in Texas (or I lived there) so I could come over and play — you have such great ideas!

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