Sunday, June 15, 2014

Summer Focus Blog Hop with Stampers with an Attitude

Welcome to this month's Stampers with an Attitude Blog Hop with a focus on "Summer".  I love, love, love summer for various reasons (I am an Educator by trade - LOL).  It does provide an opportunity for me to spend my evenings and weekends as I choose (or so that is how it is supposed to work - LOL.

If you are coming from Catherine's Blog, you are on the right track!  This blog is a circle with 12 Consultants participating.  Continue to move through the hop by clicking on the link towards the end of this post or you can find a complete list of participating Consultants at the bottom.

I purchased this wooden frame a few month's ago at WM.  I strolled through the arts and crafts area and found them on sale.  I think I spent $2.50 for it.  Well, I decided to dig it out and figured no current paper packet screams summer to me more than Lollydoodle.  (I am sure you are not surprised that was my choice.)  It was super easy to decorate and I can see making these, using scraps (that is all you need) for various gifts.  
Here are some closeup shots of the individual frames.  I used various products to decorate them up a tad.  I have not decided what photos I want to put inside the frames but I think it will be cute decor when I move into my new office in August.  
Now, hop on over to Denise's Blog where you become inspired by her fabulous creation.  Do not forget to leave me a comment, if you so feel led.
  1. Denise Elliott ~ 
  2. Melinda Everitt ~
  3. Fawn Carriker ~
  4. Sheila Bennett ~
  5. Hilary Reynolds ~
  6. Barbi Kelley ~
  7. Jen Patrick~
  8. Jaime Llewellyn ~
  9. Kat Ancheta-
  10. Di Crawford ~
  11. Catherine Nowak ~
  12. Melissa Robinson ~
Happy hoppin'!


  1. This would be perfect hanging in my 4 and 8 year old granddaughters' bedroom. - Fawn

    1. Thank you for saying so, Fawn. Do they share a room?

  2. cheerful and sunny ~ just like summer!

    1. I'm glad you like it, Di! Thank you for taking the time to comment.

  3. Adorable! Amazing how you can gussy up a cheap frame and turn it into something incredible! Love it.

    1. Isn't it?! Gotta love when such is the case, Melinda! I'm all about the inexpensive but cute gifts!

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    1. Thank you, Tonya! I am pretty pleased with the results and it was super easy to put together. I think your granddaughter would love it! :)

  5. Cute little frames. I like that they are connected together.