Wednesday, September 17

Stampin Up Artisan Blog Hop- Masquerade

Welcome to this weeks ADT Blog Hop!
Today we get to share the project that we created for the Stampin up Facebook page but the catch is we get to share it here before it goes live over there!
Last year seeing the Teams Facebook's projects was always an exciting day that we counted down to so it fun to get that sneak peek a bit early! 
Well today I have something a bit out of the box to share-
My kids love to play dress up & when I was looking at the Curvy Keepsake Thinlit I started thinking about how cute it would be to make some masks for them.
We have created a few different animals & characters but here is my wiggly 4 year old pretending to be Donatello. Lol!

Anyway this got me thinking about doing a grown up version so here it is-

These are easy to make so I tried to fancy it up a bit & I attached it to a skewer instead of adding the strings through the sides to make it more like a masquerade style.
So many fun possibilities with this idea! If you give them a try, I would love to see what you come up with! 
Time to head on over to see what fabulousness Sarah has cooked up for us!
Scroll to the bottom of this post for the supplies used ;) 

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  1. This is very clever and super adorable too! Love it!

  2. uuuhhh.. how clever :-) love this idea!

  3. VERY clever use of the die! Love your masks!

  4. I love this idea Mercedes and can just imagine the fabulous masked ball! Vicky x

  5. Awesome idea!! Kids are great inspirations, and I have 3 grandchildren, they will love this..nm

  6. So creative! I am in an elementary ed class right now that this would be perfect for. Thanks for sharing!

  7. How clever...WOW! Totally love the mask idea Mercedes!

  8. What a great idea! Love the colour combo - so elegant! PS - your daughter is SO adorable!!

  9. Wow! This is such a great idea! Your adult mask is gorgeous and any child would love the TMNT mask!!!! Great job Mercedes!!!


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