Friday, October 14, 2011

My Pink Stamper October Blog Hop

Hi Everyone!  I am so glad you could join us for this month's My Pink Stamper Blog Hop.  This month we were challenged to create a treat or goodie bag.  Being that the holidays are just around the corner, I thought creating slices of pie was a perfect project:



Materials Used:
  • My Pink Stamper Sweet Goodness stamp set
  • Cricut cartridges Tags, Bags, Boxes and More and George and Basic Shapes
  • Stampin' Up Pumpkin Pie, Naturals Ivory, and Whisper White cardstock
  • Stampin' Up 1 1/4 grosgrain ribbon in Pumpkin Pie
  • Stampin' Up ink in Early Espresso
  • Stampin' Up Vanilla hodgepodge hardware
I created the treat box using the cartridges Tags, Bags, Boxes and More and George and Basic Shapes.  Utilizing my Gypsy, I welded shapes to create the crust of the pie.


 I also used a tag shape to create the layers for the whip cream with the hole hidden using the hide/contour feature.





Fold the flowers in half at each dip.

Layer from the largest to the smallest and pin together with a brad.

Fold up all of the layers.

Gently pull the layers down starting with the bottom until the desired look is acheived.

Voila!  Whip cream!
The sentiment used is from Robyn's Sweet Goodness stamp set and can be purchased HERE.
I am including my gypsy file for easy recreation:
I hope you like my rendition.  Please join me every day this week for a NEW pie and download!  I will also be sharing different techniques to "whip up" the whip cream.
  
For those of you that have visited me before, did you notice anything DIFFERENT?  Yes!  I got my blog made over by Chatterscene and she did a fantastic job.  Do you like it?  You do?  Great, because in appreciation of your hopping along with us, I am giving away a regular BLOG MAKEOVER  by Chatterscene as this month's blog candy!  All you have to do to win is leave me a comment on this post.  I will be using Random.Org to pick a winner on Tuesday morning, October 18.  Once the winner is posted, you will have till Friday, October 21 to contact me to claim your makeover.  Super easy!



Thank you again for visiting.  I hope you are enjoying all the projects.  Your next stop on the hop is  with Kassidy at Inking it Up Crazy: with Kassidy.


At the end of the hop, don't forget to visit Robyn at My Pink Stamper to join in on the fun and link up your own project!


Here is the entire blog hop list in case you get lost or are just joining in on the fun:
Renee (RockinRenee)     <<===   This is ME
Kassidy  Go here NEXT

94 comments:

  1. This is fantastic Renee! That whipped cream swirl is incredible.....thanks for the tutorial, I am going to have to try this!!! Excellent job!!

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  2. WOW!! what a yummy piece of pie! Love everything on it:) TFS
    Hugs

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  3. This is so super cute!! I want pie now--LOL :)

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  4. That is adorable! I especially love the beautiful whipped cream topping!!!

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  5. Your box is should I say Yummylious! Very cute idea! TFS!
    ash2jay@aol.com

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  6. Oh my goodness, this is great!! Love it!!

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  7. Wow what a prize!! Love the pie, I wish I had a gypsy because this is so cute.

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  8. This project is so cute. I love how you incorporated the ribbon through the box...so clever. Thanks for the chance to win this great prize. I just started a blog and would love to win as I am so lost on how to make it look good. I love your blog makeover it is beautiful!

    tammi_amata@ameritech.net

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  9. Woooooow!! I really love this! What a creative idea! Awesome!

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  10. Love love love your treat box...what an out of the box idea!!! too stinkin cute!

    Crafty Queen

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  11. This makes me want a piece of pumpkin pie - it is just so yummy looking!

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  12. LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!!!

    wyme98@yahoo.com

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  13. Thank you for the fab idea and directions to make it! I love your flower and bow - so perfect!

    hattieshaven.blogspot.com

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  14. This little box looks good enough to eat! You always come up with such cute designs!
    Tracy

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  15. Now that's what I've been talkin about!! Very lovely non-scrapbook creation!! But I am inspired even though I have done nothing but create scrapbook pages & cards. Here's to you!!!

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  16. What a yummy project -- those flowers look just like a dollop of whipped cream….I'm not a big pumpkin pie eater but I'd love to have this….heheheee….
    Tracy

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  17. Love the whip cream, looks good enough to eat. Your blog looks great! Thank you!
    JaniceA

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  18. What a beautiful project, technique and great giveaway! Thanks Shannon theirishscrapper2011atgmaildotcom

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  19. Love your little box- I really love the fun whipped cream top and ribbon! :)Amy
    amyscraftingspace.blogspot.com

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  20. This one is totally awesome I might have to come back and get the deets on this one again TFS
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  21. So very cute. I love it and I dont even like pumpkin pie.

    Lisa Scrappingpinklady

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  22. I just love this! Perfect for the holiday!! I wish you could share your gypsy file with us. If you do, please email me. nedra93atyahoodotcom
    THANKS!!!

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  23. Just looking at your box makes me hungry! So sweet!

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  24. Love it. You did a fantastic job. Very creative. What would we do without our Gypsy?

    Happy Hopping!
    Dee B

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  25. I LOVE this! It is so cute! I will have to try to make the whipped cream. I also love your blog makeover!

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  26. This is so awesome! I love how you created the yummy whipped cream. Great bloggy makeover...I am a new follower.

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  27. Great job on the new blog design. I like the coloers. I also like the ribbon on your sweet project.

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  28. What a darn cute project you created!!! Gosh it looks sooo yummy even to eat....hahaha!! Great Job!!!

    Yaneri www.scrapycrafter.com

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  29. Love it!!! It's making me want Thanksgiving to hurry up and get here lol.

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  30. This is so beautiful! I love how your flower turned out, and that ribbon is the perfect touch.

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  31. How stinkin cute is that??? I totally love it! The whip cream on top is just the perfect touch! You did a fantastic job Renee! So creative.
    Lori

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  32. Love the pie and your new blog look. I just started bloging and would love to have it re done. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome giveaway

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  33. OMG! You're so creative! This looks so much like a piece of pumpkin pie that I want to get a fork and take a bite!! Excellent! TFS!-Pat N.

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  34. Your pie looks so yummy!
    Carri~abusybee
    www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

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  35. Wow, this almost looks real. What a great job. Smooches... Felicia - scrapperinthemaking.blogspot.com

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  36. Pumpkin pie is one of my favorite holiday treats. Yours looks so realistic. Thanks for sharing.
    Cheri
    www.djssundries.blogspot.com

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  37. Oh my gosh! This looks good enough to eat! I LOVE it! And the whipping cream is to die for. Thanx for the wonderful tutorial. Take care!

    http://scrapnooker.blogspot.com/
    LLeMay2007@gmail.com

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  38. I love your project and thank you for the tutorial. It is such a beautiful whipped cream.

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  39. I think your pie is awesome!! and thanks for the gypsy file too:-) I will be back to check out more pie this week:-)

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  40. Looks good enough to eat!!! The whip cream on top is perfect!

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  41. This looks so incredible. The whip cream on top looks so real!! XOXO, Julie. :0)

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  42. Uh...WOW! You knocked it out of the park. That pie box looks good enough to eat. Love how you did the whip cream. Fabulous! TFS.

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  43. Renee, I never thought to make this a pie slice. This is almost yummy enough to eat!

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  44. A really cute idea. It would be a really cute centerpiece for a table to create the entire pie. Thanks for a great tutorial

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  45. Very cool pumpkin pie slice :)

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  46. I love your project! It looks so edible. I love how you created the crust and the whip cream. Great job!

    Angela

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  47. Great job with the challenge Renee! I love your project!!

    Hugs!
    Robyn

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  48. Love love love this!!! What a fabulous idea! Love the whipped cream flower! So cute!!!
    ♥ Laura ♥
    tweetyb@satx.rr.com
    http://laurascraftsandmore.blogspot.com/

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  49. LOVE LOVE this pie treat box. The cool whip on top is just over the top!!!! LOL The ribbon is great too. I've got to find me some of that. Love the new look of your blog too. So vibrant. papermemories4u@ yahoo.com

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  50. MMMMM Pumpkin Pie....my favorite. This came out YUMMY! The whipped cream looks good enough to eat! TFS!

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  51. Fabulous new blog look! I love how you made the whip cream!!! What a fun idea and this looks so yummy too! Thanks!
    Lisa

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  52. This is gorgeous. Love the ribbon.

    Your blog looks awesome!

    Leslie

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  53. This is so fantastic. I love the look of the flower on top and the inking you did to the 'crust'. Fab!!
    Candy
    candyscraftcorner.blogspot.com

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  54. Super cute idea! Very different from the other projects! And I love the whip cream!!!

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  55. Oh wow it looks soo yummy!!

    Veronica
    mommyscraftycreations.blogspot.com
    mommyscraftycreations at gmail dot com

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  56. Love your slice of pie! And your blog looks fabulous! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  57. Love that slice of pie...the whipped cream is great!! Lee-Ann :)

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  58. How fun! I do really like your new look too! Very cool that you are giving one away!

    michelegreen120 at gmail dot com
    www.michelegreen.com

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  59. This has to be one of the cutest things I have EVER seen! The whip cream on top of the pie is so clever! Fabulous job! Thanks for sharing!
    Tina
    www.myhoppyplace.blogspot.com

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  60. thanks for the tutorial - love the bites out. what a yummy treat!! i'm hungry now for pie :) love the blog make over.. here's a hoping :) tfs Doris
    parkernana5 at cox dot net

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  61. So cute! love the little slice of pie!!
    Thanks for sharing
    gayle_shrader at yahoo dot com

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  62. Your box looks so yummy :) I love how you made the whip cream! I also love your bog makeover! TFS

    tiffanymarierice@yahoo.com
    http://sparkledmemories.blogspot.com/

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  63. Wow, what a yummy piece of pumpkin pie!! Your whip cream (floewer) Super cool! This is just awesome:) TFS!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  64. As always, I love your creations! You rock! This looks so yummy and I don't even like Pumpkin Pie :P

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  65. Love how you made the whipped cream.
    http://digipage-blog.everything-digital-scrapbooking.com/

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  66. i love the way you made the wipped cream an i like the pie tfs
    bdtktr at gmail dot com
    craftinwithmypups.blogspot.com

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  67. What a great project. Makes me want pie. Omg, I would love a blog make over.
    Shakey91077@yahoo.com

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  68. Best piece of PUMPKIN PIE I have ever seen...and Pumpkin Pie is my favorite!! Just love this!
    TinaB- new follower
    http://ollieanddextersmommy.blogspot.com

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  69. I don't "like" it - I "LOVE" it!! Your choices from ribbon to filling to crust are all perfection! Super!

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  70. Fabulous project Renee :)
    Also thank you for the Gypsy file :)
    Huge hugs
    Adele

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  71. LOVE, love this idea! The whip cream looks DELISH! I'm craving pumpkin pie now, lol! :o)

    Michelle

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  72. LOVE it! Soooo stinkin' cute! TFS! :-)

    BTW, you have an adorable blog and I'm now a follower! Looking forward to checking it out some more! :-)

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  73. Love the whip cream so much <3. and what a unique blog candy. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  74. Renee that is an awesome slice of pie. I will be watching all week for more to come. now if I knew how to get that file to my gypsy i would have it made. And a blog makeover would be so awesome. Mine is there and thats all It needs help along with the owner LOL Was a great Hop too!!!! Linda Harris lsunflower58@aol.com

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  75. I love your pie box and especially the whipped cream, such a great idea!! Your blog looks amazing, Chris does great work!! (She's already made over my blog, so count me out for your giveaway, but I still wanted to say I loved your project and the new blog look! :))

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  76. what a creative way to make whipped cream!!!! SUPER CUTE!!!

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  77. OMGosh, how cute is this?!!!! Love it!!!

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  78. B E A U T I F U L! I need to try to make this! TFS!
    Sandy
    http://thecraftycreationspot.blogspot.com/

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  79. So super cute! Thank you for showing us how you laid out your images on the Cricut, that is very helpful! I will definitely try this out!

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  80. Renee...that is a slice of Pumpkin Pie I could enjoy. I love this.

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  81. This is gorgeous! Thank you for the flower idea!!

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  82. Super cute! The flowers look just like whipped cream. How clever. I love your new look. I would love to win a new look for my blog.

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  83. This looks so real! It is so adorable!!! Like having whip cream on top! Love all your details and work you put into it!

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  84. What an awesome box - looks so rich and edible! I love it. It's beautiful and thanks for the detailed instructions.

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  85. Renee,
    This treat box is fabulous. It looks just like a slice of pumpkin pie!! Love the way you made the whipped cream. thanks for the tutorial and the gypsy file. Love your new blog design, and OMG you are giving away a blog makeover!!! I really want to win this one!!
    Kathy
    http://3spoileddogs.blogspot.com/

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  86. Love this treat box, especially the tutorial on the whipped cream topping =) Great inspiration, and looks good enough to eat. Thank you for sharing, and a chance to win a blog makeover.

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  87. I love this!!! So cute, love pumpkin pie :-) Beautiful job!!! :-)

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  88. Renee...yor pie slices are amazing. Love the whip cream. Can't wait to see more.

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  89. This is the most awesome thing ever!!!!

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  90. Soooo cute! I love that you some welding to make the crust. It looks fantastic!

    Jamie
    Http://oohlalapaperie.blogspot.com

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  91. This is really amazing, so adorable. Great job with this super creative idea. teachermom5@gmail.com

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  92. Renee, this is such a fantastic (and yummy!) project!! Thanks so much for the tutorial!

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