Monday, June 1, 2009

MUSHROOM....TINKERBELL CHALLENGE PLUS BLOG HOP

Hello all you FABULOUS BBTB readers....today the BBTB is having another BLOG HOP...so you know what that means....Lots of HOPPING for some awesome BLOG CANDY from the design team.....and this week we have some awesome, adorable, amazing projects for you all...The Design team this week was asked to use the MUSHROOM from the TINKERBELL cartridge....Isn't this one of the cutest cuts ever on this cartridge...I love this MUSHROOM....

So you all know how this blog hop works.........first check out all the amazing projects below AND then you need to start with Regina...(see list below of all of the designers in the hop)...and then continue to hop to the next blog and the next blog.............REMEMBER to visit each of the designers on the list below...THEY ALL HAVE SOME BLOG CANDY waiting for ya....

Also, the bbtb will be starting a new contest sometime next week, so be on the look out for that...

One other thing, Mr. Linky is having some issue right now, so if you happen to have this cartridge and want to play along, just leave a comment with a link to your project.....hopefully the Mr. Linky will be working again shortly....

Okay on to the DESIGNER PROJECTS:

Dianne Strohfus

Michele Kovack - Life is too short....


Ivy Obeso - A mother"s love grows anywhere


Regina Easter - Just BUG-cause


Kazan Clark


Marina Vazquez


Donna Mundinger - Welcome


Heather Binnie - Just a note


Susan Edwards


Penny Shuberg - I love you very mush


Teri Berrios - thank you


DeeDee Campbell - smile


Carole Lowe Beath


Krista Norman


Sharon Caudle - Birthday Wishes


Shelly Bobrowski - Thinking of you


Please note, below is a list of all of the ladies that are doing the bbtb hop, if you happen to get to one of the sites and they don't have their bbtb hop information posted, you can skip them and go to the next person...........BUT...remember to go back and visit their site later.....EACH DESIGNER BELOW IS giving away BLOG CANDY.....

38 comments:

Laurinda said...

I agree with how cute this mushroom is. My question is...did you grow up in the 70's? It sure is done in the style of the 70's. I'm off hopping, bye bye.

Bohemian Gypsy said...

Yes lol I would have to agree as I grew up in the 70's and the 60's (sshhh). One could almost say a big magic mushroomy lol just kiddin' but if you look at art from back then it is very similar. I love what the design team have created.
Regards
Michelle M

ashjoy said...

Great hop ladies, what a great way to start a Monday morning! TFS!

Bram_fam said...

What amazingly talented people on here. I always come here and am just in awe at the creative work everyone puts into their cards. I wish I only had 1/2 their talent. You all are a true inspiration.

Ivy said...

I never knew mushrooms could look so cute!! Everyone did a fabulous job on their challenge.

Sharon Caudle said...

What can I say? Absolutely awesome! I love each and every one!!
hugs!
Sharon

Rose said...

Another week with some fantastic creations by the DT!!! cant play this week as i dont have tinkerbell (yet lol)

Enfys said...

Great cards team! Love them all, couldn't join in with this one but I hope the hop is as much fun as the last one....
hugs
En x

Cathy T said...

Who would think that a Fungi could make such cute cards! Great job ladies! Your beautiful work has inspired me to use this mushroom!

mickeydee said...

These are the cutest mushrooms ever! Everyone who recieves these cards better keep them forever! So cute.

Tonya said...

Very pretty projects! I am going to blog hop now! ;)

TERIBERI said...

I absolutely LOVE everyones take on this challenge - this Mushroom is just the cutest!!! Hugs, T

Beth said...

Are these projects too cute, or what?? Waaaay too much inspiration for my little head sort out right now, so I'll go blog hoppin' instead! ;)

Shelby said...

Fabulous job to all the ladies!

Roshni's Paper Trail said...

I agree this mushroom cut is adorable!

Thanks for the chance to win!

Jeri said...

This mushroom is adorable. I don't have the Tinkerbell cartridge. I'll have to check it out for sure now. I agree with all the comments about the 70's. I had a mushroom kitchen once upon a time.

Jeri said...

This blog hop was so much fun. Your DT sisters must all share your craft genes:) Such talent!

sandra(misty) said...

what a great idea to use the mushroom oin its own
first time i have done a blog hop

Rima said...

love all the mushroom cards & LO's I saw along the way thanks for the fun & I must say some awesome blog candy up for grabs too.

Thanks ladies for all the wonderful work you create & candy you are offering
x
Rima

Chrissy's Creations said...

So cute, great hop!!

StampinCathy said...

OMGosh! This blog hop was just amazing. I just loved all the wonderful and inspiring eye candy along the way.
I just love your mushroom card and love the colors.

Heidi said...

I just wanted to say Thank You! Your site has become one of my favorites! I love your designers and all their creations: 99.9% of things that I would have never thought to use these cuts for on my own. It's become a fun way to think outside my box and try something new. I just created a cute version of a bookmark of my own just because all of yorus were so cute. So....Thank you soooooo much!

Jennifer Pellegrino said...

It reminds me of the smurfs!lol- It would be funny to make a smurfette next to it! I don't have this cart but I am sure enjoying the hop! Great work everyone-as always : )

Cyndy said...

Love that you all did this because I just got this cartridge but wouldn't probably have used the mushroom at all! Love these though! Thanks!

MjDidDoIt said...

I had fun hopping on everyone's blogs. I have added them all to my favorites list. my husband will freak when he sees the new addtitions. lol. The mushroom challenge is awesome!!! You all did a great job!! Molly

Staci said...

Wow Regina you have a very talented design team. i am amazed at their creativity.

Linda said...

All these cards are just the cutest ever!!
Wish I had that cartridge and I would play along.

Norma said...

Love them all great job. Thanks for sharing.

tomiannie said...

These are all soooooooooooo cute!

Janis said...

I am amazed at all this awesome talent going on here. I love this mushroom you all are designing, how cute & the card stock everyone is using is beautiful. Love it!! This Blog Hop looks fun, so I'm off to check out the next one.

Hugs, Janis

Melissa said...

Ah, I LOVE Mushrooms!

Glee said...

Here is my entry -- boy, was this fun to do!

http://gleefullydone.blogspot.com/2009/06/ics-19-bbtb-paige-and-grandma.html

Abdahli said...

This is my first post in BBTB and I am not sure if this is the right way... I have my blog,http://alibi-quedetalle.blogspot.com/ this is the entry for my mushroom and i think you can also try this one http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_DgWCMjQ0ht0/SidZc7pDJLI/AAAAAAAAACU/xr1ulxUVPwA/s1600-h/P1010864.JPG
If this is the wrong way, could somebody can teach me??? Thanx in advance

Chris said...

I really liked this challenge. I loved all the Designers choices...Great Job! Here's my take: http://cutiepatootiecreations.blogspot.com/

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