Saturday, April 27, 2013

Lindy's Stamp Gang's Birthday Blog Hop

Welcome to Lindy's Birthday Blog Hop!!!
We are so excited you joined us. April 27th is Lindy's Birthday and to celebrate we're giving away Birthday presents. The design team has been busy creating some birthday inspired projects for you.

Hop and sale start now through May 4th @ midnight.

Lets get down to it, you want to know what the prizes are don't you?
The Birthday presents will be hidden in the design teams blog posts so make sure to comment on each blog post. There is a list (with links) at the bottom of this post so keep this page open in case you get lost.
Here are presents!
and

First up is our designer Cynthialoowho with her Birthday Princess Crown!

These are so fun and easy to make. 
I used some beautiful Venice lace. I mixed 2 parts school glue to 1 part water and dipped the lace in till it was completely saturated. I then went over the lace with a paint brush to clean out any spaces. I used my heat gun to dry. Once it was dry and kind of stiff I used Versamark and Angel Wings Mauve 2 toned embossing powder and heat set.

I then added embellishments and formed the crown.
Here are some others I made.

I colored the lace with Dark Chocolate Truffle Starburst, then I went over it with Versamark and Twilight Bronze Slate 2 toned embossing powder and heat set.



I hope you like my project and try it. There are so many possibilities with Lindy's Stamp Gang 2 toned embossing powders.
We are also having a sale all week!
20% off everything!!!

Next up is Jessica

In case you get lost along the way here is the blog hop list.

                    Lindy's Stamp Gang http://lindystampgang.blogspot.com/

Have fun and goodluck.
Cynthialoowho
















121 comments:

  1. That is the cutest thing. I am a photographer and will have to make some of those! You girls have the best ideas!

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  2. This is sooo cute-too bad I don't have any girls to make it for!

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  3. Happy Birthday! I love this project. I think this would make a great gift for my neices.

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  4. What a great idea! The crowns are beautiful. I love how the embossing powder gave the lace so much more detail and texture.

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  5. I will definitely have to make some of these for my granddaughter. They are so beautiful!

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  6. These little crowns are really beautiful. My granddaughter would love them!

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  7. Gorgeous. Love your crowns, and Happy Birthday to LSG!

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  8. This is my fave for the hop!!! Happy Birthday to Lindy! What a wonderful legacy she left us all!

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  9. Stunning and so beautiful crowns. Happy Birthday to LSG.

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  10. Stunning card!!
    I LOVE the colors!!!
    Thanks so much for sharing your amazing talent with all of us!!
    Your work is ALWAYS FABULOUS!!!
    big hugs.........
    Lorianna

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  11. Oh my geeze sooo gorgeous. These are to die for.

    Hugs from Lilli =)

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  12. I'm awe struck! These are so pretty and such a great idea for a beautiful little girl's special day! So so so much nicer than those plastic, blingy tiaras!!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

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  13. I thought as soon as I saw that; is that little Chloe? Those crowns are darling you do an amazing job I am so glad to have you to be inspired by I just love the stuff you make for your girlies. I have a daughter and I know as she gets older I will get to enjoy making some of the very same things, thank you so much for sharing your creativity with us! ~Kelly Walkelmol

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  15. Awesome tutorial!...beautiful lace crowns! Thanks for sharing with us!

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  16. Beautiful crowns - perfect for a little princess! Thank you for the inspiration and a chance to win too! Rose LaQuay

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  17. What a great idea. Very versatile too. There are many occasions where a beautiful crown would add some pizzaz.

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  18. Creative idea and beautifully done.

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  19. Awesome birthday presents! That is the CUTEST idea I have seen in a very long time!!! Love it!

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  20. Awesome use of laces!! Very inspiring

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  21. Those crown are adorable!! Happy Birthday Lindy's!!

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  22. Happy Birthday to you!!!!!!!!!! I have recently been eyeballing your gorgeous sprays and would so love to win them! The work that the design team does with them is fabulous and totally inspiring! I will be hopping along to see what all they have done!!!
    Hugs, Dena

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  23. I knew there were lots of possibilities with Lindy's products but you guys blew my mind with these projects. I am in love with Lindy's stamp gang and want them all. I'll have to try and win the lotto. :)

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  24. Sorry, that last message was from me and I am on my daughter's computer and it had her logged in!
    Oops! Dena

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  25. OMG Monkey is sooooooo adorable, Cindy! I love your projects for the hop. So gorgeous! These are the perfect accessory for any little princess! Great use of the embossing powders, very unique and inspiring! xoxo ❤

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  26. Aww , soooo cute :) Love the idea !!
    Hugz Rebecca

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  27. Those crowns are just gorgeous! TFS!

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  28. Lovely crowns....my 3 year old would love them!

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  29. Just gorgeous! As a former glimmermist addict, I can say with NO hesitation that Lindy's mist are just incredible :)

    Paula

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  30. so cute! great ideas...thank you sharing Cynthialoowho!

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  31. embossing powder on lace is a cool idea. I think I still have some laying around somewhere. I should use it on my next prooject.

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  32. Happy Birthday LSG!! What a cute project. I thank all of your DT members for their projects. They are so inspiring. I never could think of all the ways they use their products, but I love copying them!!

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  33. What a wonderful idea for all those gorgeous laces out there. Would never have thought...

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  34. I haven't placed an order yet but am totally dying to try these sprays thanks to Arlene Butterflykisses.
    I am hopeful to win the bday giveaway.
    Deonna

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  35. Wow That is GORGEOUS! Monkey was a perfect model! I love all your creations! I wish my girls were still little so I had a excuse make one of those!

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  36. That is gorgeous. Your projects are always amazing. Love Lindy's products.

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  37. Happy Birthday LSG. I love this project, and wat great tips, thanks for sharing your projects.xxxSara

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  38. I lovvvvvve this crown, wish I had one !

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  39. catharine goldbaumApril 27, 2013 at 12:56 PM

    Beautiful!!!I absolutely love the two toned embossing powders.

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  40. Wow what a beautiful idea! I am going to try to make one for my 6 year old, thanks!

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  41. Oh my God!!1 I love this idea =D Will clean out my stash of lace right now - LOL!

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  42. Just returned after hopping to tell you I had a blast:) Happy birthday Lindy!

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  43. Darling crowns! What a great idea, and they look so fun to create!

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  44. Oh my! I love all your crowns Cindy! What an awesome idea.

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  45. These are awesome Cindy....love em!!

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  46. OMG love the crowns Cindy i wish i had a girl tfs Hugs Geordie

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  47. The crowns are so awesome! I wish I had seen this when my granddaughters were babies. They would have had crowns for every fancy outfit!!

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  48. Those are so adorable. I didn't know we could do that with lace. Thanks for sharing, Johanne L.

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  49. How stinkin' cute!!! My daughter is expecting a baby girl in Aug and I am going to try this. You always come up with amazing idea Cindy!!!! Happy Birthday Lindsay thanks so much for sharing your special day with us and giving us presents. Hugz
    Pam Allen

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  50. Happy Birthday LSG!!! OMG Cindy what cute crowns. This is what makes Lindy's products so wonderful to work with. It really makes our projects POP and adds that touch of class. Thank you Cindy for sharing your wonderful talents with us. Thank you LSG for the opportunity and your fantastic products. Wish you many more years of success!

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  51. Happy Birthday! Wootywoot! :) These crowns are gorgeous! Such a clever idea with great products. Can't wait to check out the hop!

    Luvs,
    Annie

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  52. These crowns are really neat. I even have some of the same laces! Think I will be trying it out. Happy Birthday!!!

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  53. So beautiful! Love the lace.

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  54. I love this project! Happy Birthday LSG!! The crowns are beautiful! TFS!

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  55. Super adorable. i really love the second one. Great for anyone that likes headbands.

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  56. VEry pretty.....love the crowns and the lace is beautiful!

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  57. Cute idea! These would make great photo props or dress-up crowns. I would have never thought of using embossing powder on lace.

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  58. Wow such an amazing projects!

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  59. The lace crowns are adorable for a birthday or in a wedding. The headband, I could actually imagine on the adults in a wedding party, or on barrettes, etc. I never imagined embossing powder on lace! Inpirational.

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  60. OMW I LOVE these! I am going to make one of these.

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  62. Gorgeous lace! Great idea for embossing powder.

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  63. Amazing inspiration! I love how multi-media Lindy's really is:)

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  65. Wow, totally adorable...I would never thought to use lace that way. Thank you for the ideas and inspiration.

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  66. Wow these are so adorable.... I am going to have to make some for my Granddaughter Penelope..

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  67. What adorable projects, and the pictures are so cute.

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  69. Happy Birthday LSG! Thanks for the blog hop. It's been fun.

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  70. Wow! Love the tiaras. I never thought of stiffening lace. The effects are amazing. Thanks for the chance to win some luscious Lindy's stamp gang products. Theresa x

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  71. Your crowns are amazing! I can already hear my granddaughter saying "I want that!"

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  72. So pretty...now, all that I need is a granddaughter to wear it!

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  73. Those crowns are adorable... and what a great use of the products. Gotta love thinking outside the box. :)

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  74. OMG the crowns are so neat and that baby is soooo adorable. Thanks Cindy.

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  75. The crowns are gorgeous. I will be making one for my little Princess. Happy Birthday to you all.

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  76. Very pretty crown and I like the other one too!! I could make that for my 12 year old daughter!!

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  77. These crowns are amazing! I will need to make one of these for myself!!! Ha, ha!

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  78. So cute. I know a little girl that could use one of these crowns. TFS

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  79. What amazing crowns! I love the pink one. What little girl wouldn't want one.

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  80. So cute. I know lots of little girls I can make these for. Thanks for sharing the great technique.

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  81. Wishing you a happy birthday. I love these colours. I just started my mixed media journey and this is one of the really good visiting points of my journey.
    Going to hop now :-) Thanks for the chance.
    Regards,
    Archana
    www.craftcave.blogspot.com
    www.craftycity.blogspot.com

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  82. The crown is a fabulous idea! I can totally see myself making one of these for my grand daughter. :)

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  83. You are so lucky Cindy to have such a pretty model to wear your beautiful crowns!

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  84. that crown is completely adorable! (and so is the baby)

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  85. I love your imagination! Fantastic job!

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  86. Oh My....I actually just came by because your product was mentioned to me by a friend so I was just going to check it out....and stumbled upon a blog hop (what better way to check things out) you have some truly talented people on this hop and I have to your products are awesome from what I have seen! ummm my daughter wants to know how you made the lace stiff in the crowns because she would really like to make one LOL they are simply beautiful! I also love Ivett's watercolor drawing and Jo's colorful card...thank you for all the wonderful inspiration!

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  87. Those are gorgeous...I have tons of lace! I will definitely give these a try!

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  88. Holy smokes Cindy, this is beautiful. Love it. Big hugs girl and that baby is a beauty queen.

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  89. Okay, thareally is a great idea on how to use laces. It looks gorgeous ... did I just say that? ... I absolutely don't like pink ... but I have to admit it really looks too cute on little princess's head. Won't the heat shrink the lace? Thanks for that great inspiration. C~

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  90. I am so amazed, these crowns are so pretty. Any princess would love to wear one.

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  91. well that is something that I have never tried, what a fantastic idea....the two toned embossing powders are my favourites

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  93. Wow! What a beautiful crown. Love it!!
    Yvette

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  94. Wow, wow, wow!!! These are just gorgeous!

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  95. I want one for meeeee!!! lol
    super beautiful both your little grandchild and the crowns
    tfs
    shar

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  96. GORGEOUS!! Would have never thought to use EPs on lace!!

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  97. Awesome!!!! Have to give this a try.... Don't have any grandchildren but there are some new ones in our church, so they will be getting one.... LOL
    Hugs, Donalda

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  98. What a charming idea for using lace. There are going to be quite a few happy little princesses with new crowns! Thank you for the lesson!

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  99. Oh....My...These are so adorable.... Soooooooo cute. this is a wonderful idea.

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  100. OMG. they are adorable.. what a great idea. love them.

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  101. Beautiful laces and a very clever idea...love it! Great job!
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  102. This is an amazing idea! Definately going to try it!! Thanks!

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  103. Beautiful crowns, its amazing what you can do. I love watching your work.-Catherine

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  104. Wow!!! These are beautiful!!! (My mouth fell open when I first saw them!!! Lol!!!) I would love to make these for my daughter, buy she would just take them right off!!! :) Maybe make some for her when she gets a bit bigger!!!
    Happy Happy Birthday to you!!! :)

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  105. Simply gorgeous !!! Thanks for the inspiration !!!

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  106. Just beautiful Cynthia! You always make the most beautiful things! I can't believe your granddaughter is a year already! Thank you to Lindy's for having a fun blog hop and sale! HAPPY BIRTHDAY! TFS ~ Pat (PatsTreasuresNCrafts on YT)

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  107. Oh My goodness I feel silly now I totally by missed when you explained how you made the crowns...in my own defense I was just excited to see all the pictures LOL thank you re posting on Fb ,I need to learn to read more carefully ....Oh and Happy Birthday to you!

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  108. I just came across you facebook page how amazing is that crown - Happy Birthday and there are so many awesome projects ...

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  109. What a great idea, just beautiful.

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  110. What a great idea, just beautiful.

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  112. OMG BEAUTIFUL!!!
    Love the idea for a birthday girl ;) TFS
    Cecy

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