Friday, December 11, 2009








Welcome from Brenda's lovely blog. I haven't been blogging long so I am excited to have you stop by. I wanted to share you with a little stocking holder. Featured here is the White Winter Rusty Pickle paper line along with the chipboard star and trees. Wood, paint, trim, pearls, and Glimmer Mist found on the trees, and knobs are the extra's to complete this project. This is a cheap and easy gift or a great way to change up your own Christmas decor. The wood was $3.00 for 15 pieces and the knobs are .28 a piece. I used only a half sheet of paper and just used the reverse side. Most of us have paint and embellies so have some fun and make one.


Now what would a blog hop be with out some prizes. I am drawing for 2, YES TWO paper packets. It's all about holidays with my drawings. I am giving away a White Christmas paper packet and a Thriller paper packet. So be sure and leave a comment and check back here on Monday so I can get those prizes out before Christmas.

Now hop on over to see what the talented Julie W has waiting for you. http://seejuliescra p.blogspot. com/ THANKS for stopping by!!!! And if anyone knows where my knit stockings I really want to know but I dont where they are so this is the one you get in the picture.

74 comments:

  1. what a cute project!!!!!

    tfs!

    hugs,
    sarah.

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  2. What a super fun idea! Congrats on getting your blog on!!

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  3. Love the idea! Good luck on your blog!

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  4. Good luck with your blog...so far so good. Love your stocking holder.

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  5. Great Project. Would love to win!

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  6. Great project--thanks for sharing

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  7. you made a lovey project.....and love your site! Love hopping!

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  8. This is a great idea! Very nice!

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  9. This is such a cute idea - our stockings are pretty heavy though after Santa's visit I wonder if I can get the lovely cardstock to stick to cinder blocks LOL LOVE THIS!!

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  10. what a great idea! Maybe next year....i'll give it a try :) Thanks for the chance to win

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  11. What an adorable and festive card :)

    TFS! ~ margie

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  12. I love your work!!!! Amazing

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  13. This is way cute! And so economical!!

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  14. Adorable!! Great Job! I would need 4 on my mantle.
    Love the blog too!!
    Kristi

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  15. Fabulous idea on how to hang your stockings...I love it. Very nice!

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  16. Love the blog title! Those little knobs are just too cute. Thank you for sharing your talent

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  17. Hi Jodi, so glad you have decided to blog, it is soooooo much fun and now I can stop by and visit often, I love your cute project, very creative, Tiff :):):):):):)

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  18. Adorable stocking holder!! LOVE the Christmas trees on it!!

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  19. Loving your blog... That is a fabulous idea for Stocking holders.. I need some for our stockings and really never could figure what I could do.. Thanks for the idea.. We need to scrap together soon xoxo

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  20. Very pretty project and your blog is lovely too!

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  21. What a clever idea! Thanks for sharing! Mary

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  22. Wow, I never thought of srapping a stocking holder. Love it!

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  23. Love the idea of a stocking holder

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  24. What a CUTE project...love it ;) I just might have to try making one of these :)
    have a Merry Christmas :)

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  25. This is such a wonderful idea. I really wish I had somewhere to put a stocking hanger....maybe I need to remedy that :)

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  26. Great project! I've been looking for something new for the stockings :)

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  27. What a cute idea for stocking holders.

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  28. What a great project - and inexpensive to boot! TY for the opportunity. I would love the Christmas paper!

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  29. Cute idea! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  30. Great stocking holder, even IF you couldn't find your knit one!!!LOL Congrats on the blog, you're doing great!

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  31. What a cute stocking holder. Mine are all mismatched so I would love to make these and make them not match on purpose. Thanks for sharing. pampereddiamond@yahoo.com

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  32. Great idea for Christmas decor and gifts!!!! Love the stocking hanger. Sorry, i haven't seen your knit stockings, i was just lucky to find your blog. Hoppin along now. Thx for the inspiration. Happy HOHOHOlidays!

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  33. What a cute stocking holder! Love how resourceful you were in making it.

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  34. Love the stocking holder! Great idea! Oooh love the mistletoe ornament too! I will surely check back to see more of your awesome creations. TFS!!!

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  35. How cute is that!! oh my so creative and perfect, love the knob and the ribbon...all perfect!! So glad you have a blog, now we can all visit!!!! Excellent!! Sorry it took me sooo long to get here but I am here now and a follower!! Hugs, Dawn

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  36. Very cute, Jodi! So glad you have joined the blogging world!

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  37. What a cute way to hang a stocking!

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  38. love your stocking holder!!! so innovating!!!! Will be back soon to see some more creative inspiration :)

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  39. Love the stocking holder and the paper line you used! Nice job

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  40. very clever! I have been trying to figure out something to use for some new stocking holders!

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  41. what a cool idea not thought bout using canvas for projects.

    have a great xmas
    from vixen x

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  42. What a very cute idea, very nice blog, these things can be tricky just getting mine started...

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  43. Love your stocking holder! What a great idea!

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  44. How pretty would that be to have a mantle of hand made stocking holders... love the idea. Never thought of it.

    Thanks for taking the time during this busy season for the HOP... I have posted it on my blog.

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  45. cute project and within my budget too! Welcome to the world of blogging!

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  46. Really nice! Love the knob! Yeah, I collect kooky stuff. LOL

    Smiles~
    Marilyn

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  47. You are so inventive! I love it. You can change out the colors every year if you like.

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  48. What a super cute stocking holder! i love your design on this! Oh...and congrats on your blog!!

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  49. Great project. I was thinking of buying stocking holders but now you have inspired me. I should make some of my own.

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  50. Lovely projects, thanks for the inspiration, and a nice day to you :)

    Ann Cicilie

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  51. What a cleaver idea. Yours are adorable. thanks

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  52. What a great idea!! Too cute. Thanks so much for sharing. Merry Christmas!!!
    c1130cc@bellsouth.net

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  53. Oh how cute. It is my 2010 goal to expand my skills...you are inspiring!

    Sue

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  54. Thanks for the inspiration!!! I'm going to try that! I love it! Good Luck with blogging. It's a ton of fun... and addictive. :)
    Merry Christmas!

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  55. Such a clever idea for a stocking holder. Thanks for sharing!

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  56. What a nice idea, so much better than my metal hooks.

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  57. Congrats on the blog! What a neat idea with the knobs ...perfect for those of us who don't have a chimney to hang those stockings by!

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