Saturday, March 17, 2012

All about 3-D Blog Hop

You should have come from Lisa's blog, if not please start at Monica's blog




Welcome to the 3D Blog Hop this hop is going to have projects that are all 3D. To be eligible for the grand prize drawing you must leave a comment for everyone and become a follower. The winner will be announced one week after the hop closes so that everything can be checked. That winner will be on Monica's blog. 


I made an Easter basket with the help of my 4 year old Mini-Me. 
She really wanted to help and when she is 14 she might be like every other teenage girl and not want to help her mom.... so I am taking advantage of her help while I can. 

So she added her bunnies and a few extras. I am sorry that this is not perfect but.... again my little assistant wanted to help and wants to see it on my blog. YES she is 4 and knows what a blog is and how to get to it on the computer and I-pad, so there was no way of changing the picture or she might be upset.....so a project from me and my little one.


If you have seen Bambi you will recognize Miss Bunny, Thumper's girl friend and her baby. 
I made the Easter basket on the right using Tags, Bags, Boxes and More 2. I cut the basket at 5 1/2" I used the paper handle but covered it with ribbon so I used cute ribbon but used the paper to make it stiff and stand up.  The small "happy meal" box was cut at 3 1/2" and my little one decided it should be her lunch box for school. The pail is 5" tall and has We R Memory Keepers rub ons. I am in love with this collection and have all of the papers to match. 



For the ribbons I just tied them on one simple knot each, BUT I turned them all so the opposite side of the knot is showing and it is not wild and messy like the ribbons normally look. ACTUALLY it is the messy look on the other side, so I have my choice which side I want to face out. The other way everyone does but I like how pretty this side looks and it is different from what I normally do. 
I got this ribbon in the dollar section at Target and it matches perfectly.  I did learn on the clear pail rub-ons do NOT work well. I had to use two sets over top of each other and match them up exactly on top of each other. But the colors are very vivid now and I love it! 


I love this cute little frog! 
He doesn't look as cute here as he does in person! 


My little one took this picture and wanted to make sure her Grandma sees her bunny  (her Grandma got it for her with her two little dalmatians from the Disney Store) Grandma - she also said you can have her to sleep with so you won't be lonely in your room. 
She wants to send it to you for your birthday present. 


I am also giving away blog candy.... the NEW Spring Cottage Cricut cartridge. If you do not win it, it is only $24 in my webstore. 
The other new cartridges are $36 (Paper Dolls Teen Scene and Art Deco) The new Imagine cartridge is only $33 for Contemporary Nature . www.shop.ericascraftroom.com 
Also use the code birthday for 23% off Peachy Keen stamps. 


 




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63 comments:

Doris P. said...

adorable!! I love it and can't wait to have one of my own. Bella did an awesome helping you!! _Mccr Dt Doris

CLM-cindylu2u said...

Great projects, the frog is too cute!! How sweet of your daughter, miss mine being little, she will be 16 tomorrow, oh how time flies, thanks!!
Cindylu

Sue said...

Love your projects but love it even more when you ALLOW your little mini me to help!!! Time flies by so fast and we need to live/celebrate the moment!!!
Greetings from Swakopmund Namibia AFRICA :-)

Janeen said...

Such a cute Mommy and Mini-Me project! Your helper did a great job! Great tips about the ribbon added to the handle and about the rub ons. The rub ons are so cute! Thanks for sharing!

angel4ever said...

What a wonderful mommy/daughter project! It's so cute!

ScrapMyWay said...

I know the joy you are having with Bella, I have it with my 3 Grand daughters! Wait until her creative juices really get going and she SHOWS YOU! Adorable project and the added REAL bunnies are the perfect embellishment.
Creative Wishes,
Claire S.
www.scrapmyway.blogspot.com

Jessica Bashaw said...

Adorable gift! So cute! TFS.

Jessica
thecrafterscottage.blogspot.com

Laurie said...

So cute! Bella did a great job helping!

TeresaK said...

I just love both the basket and the bucket! I realized I saw the pail in person and we never got around to doing the rub on's with it at the Scrap store or Panera! Too much to talk about and too much to do! Will we ever do a complete project together?? :)
Bella is such a sweetie! Loved having time with her- reminded me of my
3 1/2 year old granddaughter!

HockeyScrap said...

Wow . . . love them both. The ribbon handle on the bucket is so gorgeous! Beautiful work. -Debbie (dbonczek@comcast.net)

studioclaysculpter said...

Oh that is so darn cute. I just love it

KathyJo said...

Don't know how you could say it is not perfect. To me scrapping and crafting is all about making and preserving memories with and of my family. Your project does this perfectly. Tell Bella her project is my favorite on the hop!
KathyJo

Anonymous said...

So cute! I appreciate how you let your Bella participate with you, btw. I know Grandma is smiling. I like the tags and basket cart..but I only have the small personal cricut! MIght have to move on up soon! I can do that pretty pail with the ribbons that dress it up nicely for Easter. Thanks! Debbie (debamas@yahoo.com)

lisacustomscrapbooking said...

I love the bunnies & basket. You and Bella did a great job. Very cute I watched your recorded ustream showing the baskets. It was very helpful information. Thank you

Lisa said...

So cute! At 14, she may not want to help Mommy, but my 8 yr old loves doing her own projects with me.

efd6447a-8bbc-11e0-b659-000f20980440 said...

I love it , it really cute. Love the basket.

efd6447a-8bbc-11e0-b659-000f20980440 said...

I love it , it realy cute , love the basket

Made just for you by Cindy Rhew! said...

Well, I think you and your 4 year old totally rocked it! This is sooo cute! I have a pail I forgot about, now I can't wait to get it out! Cindy skipncin@gmail.com

scrapbookingforfun said...

Love the project!! You and the little one did a spectacular job!!!

Scraps2treasure said...

Love the project and would love the cartridge!!! Thanks for hopping with me,

Monica

cema1cema said...

Great project!! I know what you mean about not being able to change it! My 4 year old son knows how to get on the computer and look things up too! Tell her she did a great job!! Christina

Beth Hillier - Mytimetoplay.blogspot.com said...

Very cute project, my Grandchildren would love it! I am following you!

megha said...

love all the cuties of your project,bunnies,basket, frog.i am new follower
http://www.meghanuj01.blogspot.in/

jennyplace2 said...

Wow what a sweet sweet project and I can just imagine how much fun it was to make with your little helper, thanks for the chance to win the cartridge and I will come back later to check out the cartridges and to see if you have a deal on a imagine machine.
jennyplace26@gmail.com

Elaine said...

Oh this is so totally cute and adorable!! What a fun and fantastic project!

Becky Dunham said...

This is so sweet Erica! I love that your 4 year old helped with it and added her bunnies - that makes it even more precious! Love everything you did here! Thanks for the chance to win the Spring Cottage cartridge - this is definitely on the top of my list!

Melissa S. said...

Great project! I happened to pick up that same ribbon at Target last week. I love how it looks on the handle. Thanks for sharing!

Kathy Salido said...

So cute Erica!! Tell Bella she did a great job. I love her bunnies, especially the baby. I love how colorful the pail is too.
Kathy
http://3spoileddogs.blogspot.com/

scrapqueen141 said...

Very cute project, Erica!
http://scrapqueen141.blogspot.com/

Wunder's Creations said...

Very cute! I love that frog with bunny ears ~ makes you smile when you see it. You and your daughter did an amazing job on this project. Thanks for sharing =)

Carla said...

Your projects are adorable. Thanks so much for sharing.


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Barbara said...

Your project is super cute. I have a 4 year old granddaughter that helps me make a lot of projects. I love the imagination that 4 year olds have. I would love to win the Spring Cottage Cricut cartridge. Thanks for the chance.
bgalyean2011(at)aol(dot)com

rlovew said...

Adorable projects! So cute that our daughter is a part of it with you.

Judy said...

Love the project!!!

A Creative Journey said...

LOVE this project and the fact that you had a helper makes it even that much more special! SOooo cool! TFS! I am a long time follower and I would love it if you would come to my blog and become a follower as well if you aren't already! Have a wonderful day!
Melissa
ACreativeJourneywithMelissa.blogspot dot com

Jessica said...

Awww...the story of what your mini-me said to her grama is bringing tears to my eyes. What a sweetheart. Definitely snag up on as much mommy and me time as you can, it does fizz away for a while :O( when they get to the teenage years. Your project is adorable. How wonderful that your dd helped. Love that cute little frog with bunny ears, too.
:O)
Jessica

lmkindell1 said...

I love your project it is darling. I love the story Like Jessica said it brings a tear to the eye for this Nana.
linda
lmkindell1@verizon.net
lindashappyplace.blogspot.com

Newbie2crafting said...

Oh my goodness this is so cute!!!

Dana
Danascraftycorner.blogspot.com

Stephanie said...

Super cute project:)

Janet's Planet said...

love the projects and the animals! Bella is always adorable!! TFS
Janet Royer

Karen said...

beautiful and I want one for Easter pretty please

Scrappin' Sista said...

It is so fun that your daughter would want to design with you. That's so fun! I love when my kiddos want to work with me. I love your projects. The paint can is fantastically cute! Scrappy hugs and TFS!

Christel
http://onescrappinsista.blogspot.com

Tonya said...

Great projects! Love Thumper and Miss Bunny.

Addicted Scrapper said...

Awww... How cute!!!

I was trying to comment yesterday but could not but so glad it let me today :)

Already got some cartridges yesterday. Yay!!!

TFS!!

Josie0602 said...

So cute! I love Bella's additions to your picture!!

Tracy

Michele from MS said...

Awww what a sweet little project! I haven't tried working with the pail yet so thanks for the tips about rub ons! So glad you allowed your mini me to help, please tell her she did an awesome job! TFS msmith38652@gmail.com
http://michelescraftroom.blogspot.com/

Becky Sullivan said...

Wicked cute! Love the colors! I have Spring Fever!

Richardson said...

She did an awesome job! What talent she is showing in her short four years of life........
I would love the chance to win a new cartridge.

Hugs,
Vicki R
sunraesban@yahoo.com

callyannc said...

This a super cute idea! I love it! TFS CallyAnn

KAT said...

very cute. bambi was my twins favorite movie when they were little. they still use the term 'twitterpated'.

Amanda said...

Cute project :)

Rebecca said...

Super job! Looks great! Thanks for all you do and share!

Creative Mine by Maria said...

That is such a cute project and to have the assistance of your daughter makes it extra sweeeeeeeet!

Vanessa said...

She is so Talent, hopefully I can win and have Spring Fever here with this awesome cartridge home... Beautiful piece of art!!!

gshrader said...

So cute. I'm sure Bella loved crafting with you! Ican't wait to try this cart
Gayle

studioclaysculpter said...

Such a cute idea. I hope you pin it

CA Scrapper said...

Very cute!!! Thanks for the chance to win.

Leslie

cascrapper at gmail dot com

TeresaK said...

Yes, I went to bed too soon...THINKING YOU would be resting last night ...not on here giving away CARTRIDGES! Silly Erica!! Have a great trip!

KathyJo said...

Let Bella know we are all waiting for her next project to be showcased on your blog.
KathyJo

Tina said...

Gorgeous!! New follower!!
Tina
www.myhoppyplace.blogspot.com

TeacherMom said...

What a great project!! I wish I could get my girls to do crafty things with me!!!! (hopefully soon). Your daughter sounds like a real sweetheart!! Thanks for sharing your project with us and for the chance to win!!!
TeacherMom
gaudet5 at rogers dot com

lorby said...

I love your project and that your little one helped you with it. She can be proud of herself and I don't blame her for not wanting to change a thing. It's adorable. Jearise in Lorby's World

Sarah said...

Love your project! I think those clear paint cans are so versatile and cute! You and mini me did a great job!
Sarah
craftingwithsarah.blogspot.com