Fred, She Said Surprise Blog Hop!

Welcome to the Fred, She Said Surprise Blog Hop! Summer is coming to a close, and maybe we can find a few moments to spend in our crafty spaces! The FSS team wants to surprise you with the wide variety of great images there are to be found in the store! We have no idea what anyone has selected to work we’ll be surprised right along with you!

If you have arrived from Crystal’s blog, you are right on track. If you are just happening by, you will want to start on the FSS Blog. 

Collect a secret word on each blog along the way, leave us some love on our posts and follow the directions at the end of the hop for your chance to win this FABULOUS PRIZE!

One winner will receive ALL of this:
~$25 GC to CropStop (provided by Fred She Said)
~$25 GC to Fred She Said Store
...and a Surprise Goody Bag (photo and list of contents on the first and last stops on the hop!)

We’re hopping for 2 weeks! Hop ends Friday, September 14, midnight EST. Fred She Said is having a SURPRISE 2 week SALE ( August 31st - September 14th) 20% off any purchase $10 or over 25% off any purchase $ 20 or over.

My project features the Stained Glass Floral Doodle Dallion.  I printed the image out on some Transparency Film for Ink Jet Printers.  I applied glue to the back of the transparency and then applied the You're So Fine Glitters from The Rubber Cafe in Hunter Green, Limeade Green, Passion Pink, Big Apple Red and Silver Medal.

I layered my cut out image on the TM Paper Pricking Border 3 image.  I glittered with Diamond Clear Cool Highlight around the edge of the frame.    

Your secret word on my blog is THE

Your next stop on the hop is Nancy’s blog. 


MaxineD said…
Michelle this is a stunner - love the glitter on your flower and how it just pops off the card because of the white element and the dark base.
Ardilla said…
Very nice, love the glitter on your card, so elegant!
zehra said…
This is gorgeous, love the glitter on transparency, wow, so well defined
Maureen R said…
Absolutely stunning! Now I'm on the hunt for the acetate for ink jets, LOL Thanks so much for the mini lesson!
chris wilson said…
Wow, your card is beautiful, and seems like a lot of work went into it, the glitter on the flower looks really great.
Susan Martin said…
This is stunning! I love your workwith the glitter.. It is really just so beautiful and detailed!!
Nancy said…
WOW!!! What a stunning look!
This is something I must try! Thanks for the inspiration!!!
Anne said…
Floradoodles make a great visual impact.
Crystal said…
Your card is stunning! Thanks for the technique of glue and glitter applied to the back of the transparency.
Robin Parker said…
Wow! Love the colors and the glitter work.
Anonymous said…
thanks for showing us the card that you made. It is beautiful,i like it,thanks for the inspiration.thank you for the idee with the microwave rack.Keep up the fabulous work.I wish you many more creative years of inspiration!!have a wonderful and sunny weekend.sending hugs of comfort across the miles
Patty Chalas said…
your card is adorable!
that is a clever idea i will try it myself!!

very elegant, love it!!!
Pattyb said…
WOW! gorgeous project. The glitter just pops it out!
Rosalee said…
I love your beautiful card Michelle. You did a wonderful just. The design and setup is just beautiful. TFS
Hugs, Rosalee
Silverbutterfly said…
What a beautiful card.. Love the colors,very outstanding..

Debbie W said…
Gorgeous card!! Thanks for the inspiration.
Debi said…
The glitter effect is wonderful. Beautiful card!
Linda said…
What a sparkly beauty.
Regena said…
WOW ur card is gorgeous!!
oooh glitter! Gorgeous creation, Michelle!
Ruza Rebel said…
This is absolutely gorgeous! Love how you used the glitter! ;o)
WOW! Look at all that lovely sparkle!!
Stunning Christmas card.

Love the glitteres poinsettia.

Love Sheila x
Sharon said…
wow I love all the different layers you add. It is truly beautiful.
JennyH said…
Beautiful card, that glitter really sparkles : )
fairy454 said…
Fantastic.Love Glitter and I like the colours.
Kym Weber said…
This is absolutely stunning and breathtaking! The stain glass effect is just gorgeous! Spectacular job!

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