Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Club Scrap Oopsie Daisy Blog Hop

Happy Wednesday everyone!  It's hard to believe that July has just flown by and that it is time for the Club Scrap blog hop already but here it is.  This months kit - Oopsie Daisy is just so much fun - who doesn't love a daisy after all?    The papers are beautiful and the stamps and sentiments on the UM rubber sheets are even better!  Some of my favorite sentiments are in this kit!


Well this month I went a little wild with my project. It started off a simple little album with a couple of pages but it ended up taking on a life of it's own...you'll see what I mean in a bit. (lots of photos to come)

I started off wanting to make a simple folded album that had a single flip down and some flaps inside....  Here it is all folded up with a pretty stamped daisy on it's closure.


And you lift up the closure to show the first stamped page...


and that folds down....


and it keeps going...


and going!


Well, remember I told you about the flaps...
here you go....
(You can click on any image to enlarge)

Set #1 



Set #2




Set #3



And finally set #4!



And here is the book completely opened up!
It's over 27" long and about 18" wide at this point.

It was so much fun to make...


And I didn't forget about our gnome friend....
He's nestled in a field of daisies...
"trying" to behave - LOL!!


Don't ya just love that sentiment?
It's so playful, I can think of soooo many people that need a card with this saying ;)
LOL!!!

I hope you've enjoyed my stop on the hop...
It's time to skip on over to 
and remember,
if you get lost along the way the complete
hop list is available on 

Have a wonderful day friends 
and
Stay Inky!



25 comments:

  1. Roni, this is such a cool idea! Love it! How about a tutorial, pretty please??
    Hugs from Moz

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  2. Love this! So much room to create! LOVE LOVE LOVE the gnome card!

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  3. Very cool and delightful project. Bookmarked for use later in the year. Thank you very much.

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  4. Super cute and lots of space for photos!

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  5. Great project and I love the gnome with the perfect sentiment!

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  6. Love that book!! And the gnome looks at home in the daisies!

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  7. I love it!! And that sentiment will have me grinning all day!

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  8. Roni, you got so much mileage out of this kit using this clever mini album design! Think of all the fun photos you can get in this tiny little book. Thanks for sharing. And the gnome is my favorite.

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  9. Hi Roni! I love this mini album design. What size is it? The gnome and his sentiment is darling! Have a great day.

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    1. (Not enough coffee yet this morning!) I always look forward to your monthly hop posts, not only because you're so creative, but because I like to see how you've incorporated the Gnome! Great project. I, too, would love to see a tutorial! TFS!

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  11. Wonderful album and I agree the images and the stamps are so fun and really get the creative juices flowing don't they? Hi to the gnome friend!

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  12. Awesome 'min' album! I love this kit and love how you used the paper and stamps.

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  13. I really like this and would also appreciate some directions. Did you use the regular Daisy kit? How many pages did it require?
    Beth M

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  14. That stamped quote is so perfect with your gnome!!! Wow, what great space for lots of pics, quotes and memorabilia - awesome!

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  15. And wild it is,but so much fun! This kit is super and great for mini albums! And hi,gnome! You look great amond the daisies!

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  16. Great project! Love all the space for photos!

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  17. Cool! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  18. I love how it goes on and on. The way you did each page with different images is wonderful! I'm glad you went crazy. TFS

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  19. Great project! What size are the "pages"?

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  20. That gnome has been nuthin' but trouble since he started coming around in December of 2013! Wonderful project! Thank you for hopping with us!

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  21. Love, love, love this. Looks like you had fun making this one! And you're right...that sentiment is hilarious!

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  22. Love this project, and love your gnome and his sentiment. I never realized how beautiful this kit was until I saw what you did with it!

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  23. How adorable and I love the gnome

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