Saturday, February 9, 2013

Lolli-Pots for Everyone!

Hello and welcome to the February 9 Creations by AR blog hop! We have some great new releases to share with yo today  I hope you enjoy our different takes on the files.  New files available today are the Lolli-Pop Pot and It's Bow Easy. (As a reminder, the files include versions in PDF, SVG and DXF - even if you don't have a cutting machine, the PDF files make them easy to cut by hand.) When you're done here, I hope you'll hop along to see what the rest of the designers have done with them!

I chose to make the Lolli-Pot for today:


The only suckers we had in the house were Charms Blow Pops, and it was a great fit!  Simply position the sucker upside down in the pot and slide the insert down over the stick.  I used Scor Tape & Liquid Glass to assemble the pot and base.  I also used a strip of Scor Tape to adhere the pot into the base so it would stay put.

I'm really tired of Winter, so I chose the Tulip Topper for my version of the pot.  I used a circle punch to make some simple leaves as well.  I adhered all of those pieces to the stick with mini Glue Dots.  The papers for my version are Sweet Leaf cardstock and the new Chantilly paper pack from Close To My Heart. I think these would make sweet little favors for Easter or a Spring party - I think I will send some to school for class parties this Spring...

That's it for my take on this cute project.  I'd love to hear your comments, then be sure to check out the other designers' projects:

15 comments:

  1. Yes, very Spring-like. Fab creation.
    Tine :)

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  2. And yet a very different creation, but not less cool. It´s awesome and sooo beautiful hun. I like this take with the tulip too.

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  3. We have a tulip festival here each Spring ... how cute would these be?

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  4. What a great breath of spring with your sweet tulip pot Lori! The papers you used look so pretty on this!

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  5. Lori this is so darling! Love how clean and simple this project is. I can see a heart shaped photo on this design too. Think I have to lift this one!

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  6. This is so sweet Lori! Nice job!!

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  7. Lori, I am so ready for spring. These paper mixtures are so springy!

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  8. Let's hope that the groundhog was right this year! I'm ready for Spring. Your Tulip pot is done with screams spring with its lovely spring, pastel colors. Great job!

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  9. Beautiful spring project, Lori! Lovin' your Lolli-Pot, my friend - thanks for sharing!

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  10. Pretty! Love the paper choices!
    DeniseB

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  11. This is so Sweet Lori, I'm loving the extra top shapes that can be used.

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  12. How cute - love the Tulip Topper and your choice of papers!

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  13. Lori, this is darling made up as a tulip! super cute!

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  14. Beautiful flower pot, how pretty these would be in a kitchen window.

    :) Lori m

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