Saturday, August 24, 2013

PPPR: "Back to School" Bloghop

Happy Saturday everyone, hope you are all having a good day! It's time for another fabulous bloghop and challenge over at Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons. If you came here from Barb's  blog, you are in the right place.  If you just stumbled upon this post and would like to start from the beginning, please visit Lisa's blog. This bloghop is all about "Back to School" and of course it wouldn't be a PPPR bloghop without using some PPPR files. Here is my Back to School inspired project....
 Isn't my glue bottle just adorable!? I used the Primary Supplies Cutting File, to first print then cut my glue bottle I just got rid of the school glue part so I could use a Peachy Keen face instead. I then proceeded to print and cut one bottle as one layer, I then un-grouped and re-cut one so I could get all the different layers to give it some dimension. I also used some Pumpkin Orange, Timeless Twine, to spell out the word learn and made it coming out of the tip of my glue bottle.
Primary Supplies Cutting Files

Of course a hop can never be complete without a prize! For a chance to win, you must be a follower of each blog and leave a comment on each blog.  For extra chances, you can also "LIKE" Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons on Facebook and/or sign up for the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Newsletter.
A random winner will be chosen for the prize on Tuesday, August 27. Only US or Canadian mailing addresses, please. So do you want to know what you could win!!??


These are such fabulous Prizes!! Lisa is such an awesome prize picker :)

Before I give you the rest of the line-up for the hop, I want to tell you about the new challenge for this month. Sticking with the theme of the blog hop we want to see your "Back to School" projects using Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Files. Here are the rules...

1.  The project must be Back to School-themed.  Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons products must be the focus of the project.
2.  Please link to your actual blog post...not to your blog.  If you don't have a blog, you can add a photo of your project to the Back to School Challenge photo folder in the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Project Parade Facebook Group
3.  You can enter as many different Back to School projects as you want for more chances to win.
4.  The challenge will run for 3 weeks. You must link up your project by 11:55 pm CST on Saturday, September 14, 2013.
5.  One random winner of a $10 Gift Certificate to PPPR will be chosen.  Our Design Team will also choose our PPPR Top 3.  Winners will be announced on Wednesday, September 18, 2013.

Okay, I think that sums is up!! Next Stop on the hop is the amazingly talented Candace, her project is just adorable. Here is the rest of the line-up, just in case you get lost.

Lisa ~
Ana Maria ~
Barb ~
Brianna ~ 
Candace ~ <---------- NEXT
Jeanne ~
Melisa ~
Nicole ~
Shannon -
Tanya -

Thank you all for stopping by and I hope you all have a fantastic day!!


  1. Your glue bottle is super adorable and your card is fabulous! Thank You for sharing:)

  2. That face just makes me giggle. Awesome

  3. I love this card. I love your work. Every single project. <3 This card is so clever.

  4. Love this cute glue idea with the fun twine. So so cute

  5. woo hoo! what an awesome hop... your creation is too fab... looks adorable with the PK face...

  6. This turned out so cute! I love that you used the twine to make a "glue" word. Adorable!

  7. OMG how adorable is this!!! LOVE that glue bottle!
    Thanks for sharing and have a GREAT weekend!

  8. That has to be THE cutest little bottle of glue I have ever seen! How fun! I love the way you wrote the word Learn using twine -very clever. I just love your sweet card ♥

  9. Very cute and clever. I like the face on the glue bottle and the twine letters.
    I am a follower.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

  10. Brianna-
    Love this ! what a fun and awesome way to show off the twine!!! EEK love that and the glue bottle is super cute!!! I love your talent and your creativity!!!
    I am a follower
    loves-Scrappin Madge

  11. Brianna, this is brilliant! Love the glue bottle and the glue spelling the word 'learn'. Awesome!

  12. Very cute! I signed up to follow your blog. Thanks for sharing your project.

  13. Oh wow this is so cute. I love the use of the twin.
    I'm a new follower.

    TFS An'Jenic-

  14. Cute,cute glue bottle ,I am a follower,joydee1963 at yahoo dot com

  15. AWESOME job on this Brianne! Love the papers and fun cuts! The glue bottle is adorable and love how you used the twine!
    Have a great Sunday!
    Sherrie K

  16. OH MY WORD this is the cutest project! I love how you used the twine and the glue bottle is so stinkin cute!! I love it love it love it! :)
    Deb C

  17. Such a cute card. Love your idea with the peachy keen face. I am a follower.

  18. Adorable card. Love that PK face and the awesome way you used the twine =D

  19. Love the glue bottle with the Peachy Keen stamp and the twine. Follower by email.

  20. Adorable glue bottle!!
    I am already a follower of yours by email. Yippee!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

  21. love this card esp. the cute face you stamped on your glue bottle and the twine for the word :-)

  22. this is so cute I love all the details I am a follower and now a fan on your facebook page too

  23. Super cute! I love the twine learn! Super project.

  24. New follower! So cute with the orange and white twine glue! Love it.
    kidshomelove at yahoo dot com

  25. Very clever how you used the twine. Too cute!

  26. Very clever to use the twine like that. That little glue is too cute. What a nice cutting file. Great job! I am a follower of your blog.
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

  27. Wow how clever is that with the twine, your very creative, brilliant card big huggies June xxxxxxxxxxx

  28. Cute glue bottle project. I love the use of twine for the word. I need to scrap lift this idea. Thanks for the chance to win blog candy.
    I follow you.
    fourkidstwocats at msn dot com

  29. OMG, how adorable is this?? love the adorable face on the glue bottle