Now for the small print... visit all the Zister's blogs... make sure you leave a comment on each blog 'cause one lucky lucky person will win one set of Hang it Alls and a Rivet Setter ... and each Zister is gonna give one set away ... How cool is that!! You can find all the other Zisters and their beautiful work here:-
And if you lose your way ... just head for the Bind-it-all blog as all the details will be there too. Now all this talk of hopping made me think of rabbits ... so I made a CD book based on my favourite quotes from Alice in Wonderland!
The idea was that the CDs would look like table cloths ... you know as in picnic ... and the quotes would look like they were on pools of water ... and the characters would be nice and bright looking so they looked like they had stepped out of the pages of the book ... I did n't quite achieve this ... but it was a nice idea all the same :0)
The characters are all Oxford Impressions classic Alice and of course there are a few Wendy Vecchi stamps in there ... oh and Tim's flourish ... you know Tim the man that could reduce the UK's national debt while completing the Times crossword puzzle with just a blob of Worn Lipstick Distress stickles and a blending tool and still be home in time for dinner.
I used 1 1/4" antique brass O wires to bind the book and the characters are all stamped onto glossy card stock and coloured with Marvy Le Plumes ... I know ... had 'em ages and not used 'em ... saw a Rachel Greig demo and now I want more!!!
Remember the hop officially begins at 7.00pm EST on Friday 26th March 2010 ... so you can leave a comment here now ... but the US of A Zister's posts won't be up until a bit later! So go on ... leave a comment ... anything you like ... The prizes will all be awarded at 7.00pm EST on Monday 29th March 2010.
You don't need a blog to take part ... just leave some way that we can contact you!
Have a good weekend and Good Luck X
EDIT: I have had lots of requests asking about cutting the edge off the CD. I aim to please so without further ado ...
Score the CD using a craft knife and a ruler approximately 4 or 5 times. Heat the score line with your heat gun ... it does n't want to be hot hot ... just warmish to the touch. Then cut along the scoreline with your Timmy Tonic Studio scissors ... Simples :0)