3.13.2012

Scor-Pal and Skipping Stones Design Blog Hop!

Hello, friends! Today Skipping Stones Design is excited to be releasing another BEAUTIFUL stamp set! It is called Beautiful Botanicals and it is a must have!!! And, even better, Skipping Stones has joined up with the fabulous Scor-Pal team for an amazing blog hop! The hop will begins at the Scor-Pal blog and will finish off at the Skipping Stones blog! If you came from AJ's blog you are already on track! If no, you may want to hop on back to Scor-Pal to join in on ALL the fun!

Don't forget to leave comments! Skipping Stones Design will be giving away one stamp set to a lucky winner and Scor-Pal is giving away a Scor-Buddy, so there is lots to win!

Here is the project I created with the sketch and my amazing Scor-Buddy!

Beautiful Botanicals Post It Holder


It's a cute little Post-it Note holder using the brand new Beautiful Botanicals set!!! YAY!

Scores for Post-it note holder


You can see my measurements for the score lines above. I just measured my sticky note pad and went with these and it turned out great! This was super fun to make, too!

Post it Note Holder


Now it's YOUR turn! Join in the sketch challenge this week by creating a card using the featured sketch and link up to the Skipping Stones site for your chance to win FREE stamps! You don't have to use Skipping Stones Stamps, but we love when you do! Do you have a Scor-Pal or Scor-Buddy? We would love to see you rocking those, too!!! We ask that you don't combine the challenge with more than five total in your post (including SSD) and please link back here! Have fun! Your next stop on the hop is Stephanie's blog!

A HUGE thank you to Scor-Pal for providing Scor-Buddies to the Skipping Stones Design Team! We LOVE THEM!!!!

Here is the complete hop order for you, just in case!

Scor-Pal Blog
Lindsay Amrhein
Diane Zechman
Katie Gehring
Gini Cagle
Stephanie Mino
Karen Baker
Anji Barrs
Lisa Andrews
JoAnn Valderama
Katie Tate
A.J. Otto
Jennifer Ingle
Steph Ackerman
Wendy Jordan
Tami Mayberry
Pamela Young
Amy Tsuruta
Kandi Phillips
Wendy Price
Skipping Stones Design Blog

82 comments:

  1. Ahhh.what a great idea. I will come back later to do the blog hop...it is 5:30 am here...uggggh!

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  2. what an awesome card!! love the dimension

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  3. Very pretty post-it notes holder, the score-pal makes things very accurately! Valerie

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  4. Cuter than cute! Love that little post it note holder:)

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  5. Post-it note holders are great. I love your take on one.

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  6. Love your design! Such happy colors, too!

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  7. Totally fab post it note holder!

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  8. Most amazing post it note holder I have ever seen! Love everything about it!

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  9. love this design and i like how the leaf comes off the page :) Thanks for your sweet comment on my Really Reasonable Ribbon project :)

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  10. I have made these too~yours is adorable. Love the stamp set you used!!!

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  11. What a loveley idea to make a notebook lik this. I like the stamps. regards from Holland, Yvonne

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  12. wow this is so awesome...I love it...

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  13. I love the lime green color! I need to make this because I can never, ever find my post-it notes! I could if they were in this holder :)

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  15. I have made these sticky note holders but not quite like yours. Love your design. Very pretty!

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  16. wow. I love your design and style here. Your card come out wonderfully. Thanks for sharing

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  17. Such a wonderful post - thanks! First I thought it was one of your great cards but how cool! Great idea to add into a teacher's gift for future :) LOVE that design!!!

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  18. wonderful idea and the cover is beautiful!

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  19. I love these little notepads! I enjoy making them and keeping them in my purse. When I'm out with the girls, there's always someone needing to write down something and I can come to the rescue! Great new stamps!

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  20. This is way to cute. Gotta love those post it notes.

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  21. i love ur post it holder sooo darn cute!!!

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  22. Great project! At first I thought it was a card, and it would be a cool card too. Love how far out those panels are popped up, great dimension from it, and the colors are so springy!

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  23. What a pretty project but would also make a great card. Thanks for sharing.

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  24. WOw- this is such a cool project- love the layout on the front alot! Just sayin......hahaha I had to say that......

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  25. What a lovely sticky note holder. I have a couple of those in my stash, which you have inspired me to pull out and get making. THanks

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  26. Where have I been, never thought about doing the panels and they look fabulous!!
    Cindylu

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  27. Love the dimensions; could be used for several things.

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  28. That is cute! I love how you have the fussy cut greenery popping off the side. I shy away from that,even though I love how it looks, when I make a card. With a post it holder, I could totally do it as I am not trying to get it into an envelope.

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  29. A delightful project. I love the way you used the design.

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  30. Great project, and thanks for showing how you did it :O)

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  31. You are so cute and I love your card - thanks for the tutorial!
    sandy

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  32. STUNNING project, I love it! Practical too.

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  33. Love how your post it note holder turned out!! Love it:)
    ~Kim

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  34. Love how your post it note holder turned out!! Love it:)
    ~Kim

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  35. What a great idea, it looks amazing!!

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  36. Pretty, pretty! I Love my Scor-Pal too!

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  37. gorgeous! i have a stack of post it notes on my table, guess what i'll be making!?

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  38. Love your note holder! It turned out so pretty!
    hugs,
    Gini

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  39. Thank you, I am learning so many wonderful uses for the note card, loveit

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  40. Such a cute idea! Thanks for the inspiration:)

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  41. I like your post it box, it is very cheery.

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  42. Oh my gosh - that is fabulous. I love it! I will have to come back and peruse this project very soon! Great color choices on the yellow, green and white.
    dbonczek@comcast.net

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  43. Love this idea. Simple, cute and useful. Love the combo of the stamping and the cut panels.

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  44. What a great idea and beautifully executed. Thanks for sharing

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  45. wow this is a great Idea love the way you made this holder and love the colors. thanks for sharing
    abbraddock@msn.com

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  46. Clever, cute and great color combo.

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  47. Great idea! love the happy colors and the raised panels in the background!

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  48. Beautiful post-it holder. I love the bright spring colors.

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  49. love the notepad holder. and the raised panels. beautiful

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  50. I love this! The stamps and colours you used are gorgeous.

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  51. This is fantastic!!! Beautiful work! :)

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  52. love your note keeper, this is so cute.

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  53. OMGosh, this sticky note holder is absolutely ADORABLE!!! I love your choice of stamps and the color palette is beautiful!
    Thank you so much for a chance to win!!!

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  54. Very, very cute, Jen! I'd love to win a Scor-Buddy!

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  55. Very cute! This would make a great gift for someone..teachers maybe? Mother's Day is coming up...might be good for that too...hmm...you've got my mind thinking now! :-) TFS!

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  56. This is a terrific project ... might be just the thing to throw into an Easter basket for a friend! Thanks ... :)

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  57. What a terrific post-it holder using these terrific new stamps!!

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  58. That would make a great quick gift! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  59. Thanks for doing something different, and also very useful.

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  60. Beautiful! Love this project!

    Deanne :)

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  61. I love the way you interpreted the challenge and used SCOR pal.very inspiring project

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  62. Ooh how pretty! I haven't made one of these in a long time and you make t look so easy!!

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