Friday, July 13, 2012

My Pinkalicious Blog Hop ~ July 2012

Welcome back to our monthly Pinkalicious Blog Hop Friday!  You should have reached here from Roberta's blog.  If you are just joining us, please start at Robyn's blog.  There are so many great projects and I don't want you to miss a single one!  Today we are highlighting the cutest stamp set release yet from My Pink Stamper ~ Moo-ey Doodles.  I just LOVE this set.  I have had a fascination with creating with cows lately and this set was right up my alley!  For my project, I created a Keurig chocolate milk treat holder:







Materials Used:
  • Cricut cartridges County Fair and Cricut Craft Room Basics
  • My Pink Stamper Mooey Doodles stamp set
  • My Pink Stamper Darkest Night black hybrid ink
  • Stampin' Up! cardstock in Basic Black and Brushed Gold
  • AC white cardstock
  • Cricut cartridge acrylic (from packaging shell)
  • Misc ribbon from my stash
  • Stampin' Up! stampin' write in Regal Rose
  • Promarker in Sandstone
  • Signo white gel pen
  • Milk chocolate Keurig pods
I had a craft file for you, but it didn't save.  :(  I will try to recreate the file this weekend so come back and visit to download it.   The Moo-ey Doodles stamp set can be purchased in a kit exclusively at Shop Pumpkin Spice and is a MUST HAVE!  =)  Don't you think?  =)


 Thank you so much for hopping along with us!  Your next stop is with the talented Missy.  Here is the rest of the blog list in case you get lost or want to start from the beginning.  Enjoy!
Renee  ---You are here
Missy  ---  Go HERE next

32 comments:

  1. OMG! This is so cute and a such a great idea :)

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  2. What a brilliant idea!!!! I love this~!!

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  3. This is a great gift idea, I think I will use it for a bridal shower?

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  4. This came out so awesome I love it!! I'll have to check that cartridge out . Great job showcasing the stamps.

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  5. This is AMAZING! Love how you made this...so creative and clever...love it! Did I mention inspiring...lol. Fantastic job.
    Don't tell anyone...so far my fave.

    Have a great weekend!
    Dee B
    crafdeecat

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  6. oh my fabulousness!!! I love this!!!
    XOXO, Julie. :0)

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  7. OMG!! I love, love your project, I use K-Kups and this would be a great gift...thank you soooo much for sharing...you are very talented!!!
    Liz Seubert
    17eroses@gmail.com

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  8. LOVE LOVE this treat box...totally wonderful!! Lee-Ann :)

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  9. Brilliant! I love all of it. The K cups, cow ribbon, cow box, and cow tag.

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  10. That is so cute!! I love everything about it!! You did a fantastic job!!

    TFS

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  11. What a sweet gift this makes! Great job. TFS!--Pat N.

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  12. I love this my friend. Great idea and the perfect ribbon.

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  13. Renee,
    This is AMAZING!!! I love my Keurig and this would be the perfect gift for anyone else who does too. I would love the file for the box :) So adorable!

    Big HUgs
    Cristi

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  14. OH girl, this project is right on...just perfect for the new stamp set. Sper cute! TFS!

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  15. Very cute. I love the box.

    Barb from Toronto, Canada
    http://barbsmithdesigns.blogspot.com

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  16. What a wonderful idea! It looks very classy :)

    Sheri R

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  17. Cow to the max! Great job :)

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  18. This is fantastic Renee! Love the dots on the box and the tag is darling, the ribbon tops it off perfectly!!

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  19. Who would have thought? This is such a wonderful take on the challenge! Just love it!

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  20. Love that you used the shape of a cow's head for the window cutout on the box...so cute!!

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  21. Renee - This box is absolutely awesome! I love the idea of Hot Chocolate and it is PERFECT any time of year!
    Hugs,

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  22. Hi Renee -- Wonderful project you've designed here. I must pull out my country fair cartridge and use it -- thanks for the inspiration! lol!! I just love how you cut the shape of the cow for the inside of the box. :)
    Hugs,
    Tracy

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  23. Love this! So cute...very creative.

    Susie

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  24. Renee, this is jaw-dropping creative! Milk chocolate from a cow...perfect. Fabulous project!

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  25. Such a cute project, I just love it! The tag so cute too!

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  26. Such a cute idea! Loooove the box! :)

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  27. Loving that box and ribbon set! You did moo-tastic!

    Stay Creative,
    Georgiana
    Carson's Creations

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