Update 3/11/14: Congratulations Sue D -- you are the winner of the Miss Kate Cuttable gift certificate. Email me at MightyCraftyDOTmeATgmailDOTcom to claim your prize. :)
Hello all! We have a fun blog hop for you today with an amazing team-up between two wonderful scrapbooking companies: Xyron and Miss Kate Cuttables!
Plus, I'm giving away a gift certificate to Miss Kate Cuttables to celebrate. Read on to find out how to enter...
I was thrilled to join in on this blog hop -- Xyron creates my absolute favorite go-to adhesives. I use their glue and tape products every day in my paper crafting projects. As part of this blog hop, Xyron generously sent us some amazing goodies to play with:
I was excited to get started and see how these new products worked. For today's blog hop, I created this layout:
And let me tell you, those new Xyron adhesives were perfect when putting together my die cuts from Miss Kate Cuttables. I combined these cut file sets from Miss Kate:
To create my layout, I used The Great Outdoors collection and the Happy Camper collection -- both by Echo Park. After I cut everything out with my Silhouette and inked the edges, I used my new Xyron adhesives to put everything together.
The 3-inch Sticker Maker was so easy to use and gave me a perfectly even layer edge-to-edge on my delicate die cut pieces, making them super easy to layer together.
I used the High Tack Tape to really stick those edges down too.
And finally, the Glue Stick with the awesome corner edge was perfect to glue down my background overlay and all those little pieces on my die cuts.
I just love how this project turned out -- thanks to Xyron and Miss Kate Cuttables!
I hope you will head over to the Miss Kate Cuttables and Xyron blogs for more blog hop fun and inspiration:
- Xyron blog
- Xyron products
- Xyron Facebook
- Miss Kate Cuttables blog
- Miss Kate Cuttables store
- Miss Kate Cuttables Facebook
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Good luck and stay crafty!