Sunday, November 7, 2010

Lets Holiday Hop!!

Happy Holidays blogger friends!!! Im so glad you are here! Welcome to the Scrap Tiffany blog hop. We are excited to get you feeling inspired, creative, and joyful this holiday season. Whatever your religious views and beliefs, there is inspiration to be found.

I'm excited because in my lil midwestern town, we had snow last week! Fun! It was blustery, pretty, and didnt last but one quick night. But I took a minute to peek my head out the front door, and inhale that snowy cold smell! I love the holidays!!!!

So first order of business: The blog hop officially starts HERE at Scrap Tiffany so if you are going in order, thats the first stop.

Sheri - http://auntierere.blogspot.com/

Abby - http://www.scrapbookaholicbyabby.com/

Becca - http://www.houseofhenrie.blogspot.com/

Jackie - http://www.mybasketofscraps.blogspot.com/

Jennifer - http://www.jdcreated.blogspot.com

Jessica - http://canyoupixelthis.com/

Katie - http://scissorsspatulasandsneakers.blogspot.com/

Kay - http://kaysscrapyday.blogspot.com/

Keely - http://keelyy.blogspot.com/

Kristi - http://www.tidbitsoft.blogspot.com/

Kristina - http://kmhworld.blogspot.com/

Laurel - http://www.want2scrap.blogspot.com/

Michelle - http://michelle-livingandscrappingmylife.blogspot.com/

Norazah - http://letscraft.blogspot.com/

Rebecca - http://rebeccakeppel.blogspot.com/

Summer - http://summersaultdesigns.blogspot.com/



So, for my holiday hop project, I put together a wreath. This is a project I have done in the past, and really wanted to do another one this holiday season. These are CRAZY easy, and they are not my original idea, in fact, I think I learned from my blogger friend Lynda if memory serves. They make great gifts for any holiday or occasion!


Im looking forward to hanging it on my door for the season soon!!

Because its the holidays, and Im super happy about that, I am going to offer a little giveaway along with this hop! So please leave a comment, telling me you stopped by and share a favorite holiday tradition (any holiday counts) and I will send something sweet out your way. If you are not a scrapper, please still enter. My prize will be suited to you. If you are a scrapper or not. Leave me a comment by Wednesday morning, 9am, on this post, and then I will choose a winner!!!

thanks for coming by! Stop at Jackie's blog next! I just love her style!! Happy holiday hop!!!

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53 comments:

Kay said...

Becca ~
I haven't ever seen one of these before. Great Holiday Idea!

Denise said...

What a cute wreath!

Tiffany said...

Very cute! I've never seen one like this!

Abby said...

Yes! I had never seen this project before!! Hurry and copyright!! hehehe love it!!!! you did a great job!

Katie said...

Cute paper wreath! I like that you used non-traditional colors.

Cait said...

My favorite holiday tradition is stringing twinkle lights on my foyer banisters! :)

Jackie said...

Oh, I saw these the other day on another blog. It looks fabulous. I think I'm going to try :)

Sheri (Aunt Re Re) said...

Becca this is super cute! Love it!

Brenda said...

wow I have not seen this done before....hmmm favorite holiday tradition has to be making a Birthday cake for Jesus ...one year when I was recovering from one of my many eye surgery's my DH knew I wasn't able to bake so he made one... we were eating it and he said I hope Jesus likes Devils food cake....I laughed sooo hard.

Renee said...

Becca, your blog is so much fun! I love the wreath! I love the family gatherings, the sharing and caring and all the traditions that make our holiday so special!

goatesgirl said...

this is so sweet and looks super easy to make...I am now following you...TFS

also named Becca

Lavender Angel said...

Our Christmas tradition is to decorate on November 1st.

Susan
lavenderangel@centurytel.net

scrapwordsmom said...

What a fun idea! And Becca, your wreath is too cute. You are one clever woman;)

My fave holiday tradition...well I have so many. One of the dozens is when Dave and I go shopping, just he and I the week before Christmas. It is so nice after all the mayhem. We enjoy picking out gifts for our family then we have a nice dinner.

Vicki said...

Very cute. Thanks for sharing. One tradition in my house is parades, football and food on Thanksgiving.

anazelia said...

very cool project. my favorite christmas tradition is for my and my daughters to make ornaments for the tree.

BUZZY BEE DESIGNS & GRAPHICS said...

Cute paper wreath!
Rebecca Minor
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http://buzzybeedesigns.blogspot.com

Kristi (aka T!) said...

I love it Becca. So cute!! This could be done for anytime of year using different types of papers.
Great Job!!

Jamie Fox said...

Well isnt that just adorable! How simple yet stunning

Lindy said...

Very cute....I've never seen a wreath done like that before. Might have to try it. TFS

Hugs....

MommaMcVic said...

Stopping by- I have never seen this type of wreath b4- my fav. thing to do this season is take pics of the kids with their grandparents...
kacee
mcvicwif@yahoo.com

Donna VW said...

Very cool - you could make this for any season or theme!

Brenda said...

Cute wreath. Love the colors

Every christmas eve our kids get to open one present and its always pajamas. That way christmas morning pictures look good. He, he. What a tradition. My daughter has now started it with her kids

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alwayscharlie said...

Oh this is so cute!!

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jennyplace2 said...

Very nice projects, would look great haning on anyones door. TFS
jennyplace26@gmail.com

Lori said...

Very Cute. I will be checking your blog often now.

Kristina said...

Really cute idea Becca!

Rebecca said...

Pretty wreath!

creative patti said...

Very cute wreath, I love it. It's a tradition for us to travel to El Paso Texas for Thanksgiving, and we love it!! Thank you for sharing your project.

Your Croppin' Hosts said...

I have never seen a wreath done that way before - how clever!
One of my favourite traditions is usually the first weekend of December our family gets a tree and we decorate it, with Christmas CDs playing in the background. As dd gets older she asks more about the ornaments (many of them have a story) and that's fun to share too.

Jamie said...

Cute project! I am your newest follower :). Thanks for the chance to win!

VanessaB said...

I haven't seen this one done either- looks easy and fun! thanks! :)

Michelle said...

How cute, and what a great way to use up some paper! TFS!

Amanda said...

Lovely wreath! :)

Bonnie said...

I've never seen this project before, I like it! Now that my children are all grown and with children of their own our personal holiday traditions have undergone some changes. One of the newer traditions that I enjoy very much is hosting a neighborhood cookie exchange. I learned this year that my cookie exchange has become a cherished neighborhood tradition.
bjohn3237@aol.com

Kim said...

I have seen wreaths similar to this, but I like the idea of using Christmas papers for it!

Cheryl O said...

I have not seen a wreath like that before, it is very cool!! My fav tradition is a new one that my husband and I started last year. Just him and I go to dinner on Christmas Eve, date night. As the kids get older, time to find stuff for us.

Charlotte said...

Love the wreaths. What a cute idea. My favorite tradition is to put up the snow village for the holidays.

GabyCreates.com said...

Different! I like different! and my favorite holiday tradition is getting together with my 3 sister no matter what for Xmas!
First time on your blog.. and just became your follower! I like what I see.
Gaby
gabycreates.com

Ginny said...

I always love the way these wreaths looks. Our biggest holiday tradition is doing the advent calender every year. My kids really look forward to it.

*Nikki* said...

our new year tradition is ...my dad shoots off his 12 gage...yes i am 26 years old...and he still thinks it is cool.how redneck is that?

Daley said...

Very christmassy. We put up our tree on 1 December (or the closest weekend to it). We also read the night before christmas poem on Christmas eve.

Keely Yowler said...

Love your wreath, Becca! These would be so fun to make with my daughter. TFS

Laurel said...

What a cool idea!

Amber Branconier said...

Super adorable wreath.
Favorite holiday tradition would be going into the woods and picking the perfect Christmas tree. We make a day of it and have a fire to roast marshmallows, bring hot chocolate, sing Christmas song. so much fun!

karennarelle said...

my favourite holiday tradition is the family christmas picnic up at my nans at tha beach withm the whole extended family

A Scrap Above said...

Hi Becca~
I LOVE your wreath! I have seen these before but not sure where.
I am a new follower and hope to be checking out more amazing projects .
On the Holidays when the weather is "perfect" (l live in the bipolar state of Texas, never sure if you get COLD weather) we love to bundle up by the fire, roast marshmallows, and just have family time.
TFS and a chance to win
http://ascrapabove.blogspot.com
Bonnie C
ascrapabove@aol.com

critterbugg365 said...

That is so pretty I have never seen anything like it before. Some of my new holiday traditions are carving pumpkins at Halloween, and making Christmas cookies at Chistmas time. critterbugg365@gmail.com

byondbzr said...

that is adorable, great idea! our holiday tradition is to put up our Christmas tree on Thanksgiving weekend!

Tabitha said...

I haven't seen a wreath done like this, but I love it. Thanks for sharing. I have two favorite holiday memories. 1st- is baking cookies with my mom the night before Christmas. We would stay up super late baking and singing carols. 2nd- We all (3 kids and their whole families + my parents) stay the night at my parents, Christmas Eve. We have been doing this since my hubby and I got married.(I am the oldest) My poor brothers and their families were pulled into it without a choice. LOL Thanks for a chance to win.
tabitha4cm at yahoo dot com

Christina said...

Great idea! TFS

LisaM said...

Such a cute wreath! TFS!

Our holiday tradition is to spend Christmas Eve with family and friends and then Christmas Day is for DH, the kids and I.

Julie Wasson said...

How neat! Thanks for the great idea.

Sonia said...

Hi!
Wow! love your project look so beautiful! Great Creation.
Greetings from your new follower!

**Sony**
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