Saturday, 14 January 2012

IT'S ALL ABOUT THE 70s BLOG HOP 15TH JAN ' 12

70's Hop



Welcome to the "All About the 70's" Blog Hop!!

We're so happy you could join us for this super-fun hop showcasing cards, layouts and projects that feature anything and everything related to the 70's!!   So pull out your bell-bottoms and peace signs, and join us for the FUN...  You'll find an array of ideas throughout this hop -- From decorations to gift ideas and more, we hope you'll enjoy each and every GROOVY project along the way!!  

This is a TWO-DAY hop, so be sure to check it all out (besides, we have a FAR OUT prize for a random someone who visits and comments on each stop for each day!!)...

We can guarantee some psychedelic excitement for this event... So let's get hopping!!  If you've hopped over from Lynda's blog  then you are in the right place!!  
If you've just popped in to visit my blog or are reading this via email and you'd like to join our FUN, then please CLICK HERE to start at the beginning with our hostess Lynda.


Here are my projects for the hop.

This first one is a Kanban Music and Dance kit using the 70s dancing diva card - decoupage layered up and cut out the sparkly glittery disco ball. Edged in pinflair flexi bend peel offs.


This next one is also using Kanban elements from the same  kit and ive created it as a rocker style card.




Next i decided to show some scrap pages of me in the 70s using the Vintage Candy digikit from Serif Craft Artist.





Thank you again for checking out my project.  Now follow the links below and remember to visit all the stops for MAXIMUM ideas and LOTS OF FUN!!  Can ya dig it???



14 comments:

  1. just fabulous creations. love it.

    craftingwithblue @gmail.com

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  2. Groovy cards and layouts!!! Love the peonies in your photo...reminds me of my mom's!

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  3. Gill, I LOVE the cards..super fun especially the candy necklaces...it brought back some memories for sure!
    Your layout is SWEET, the candy all scattered around is a nice touch.
    Thanks for sharing
    Creative Wishes,
    Claire DT 70's blog hop
    www.scrapmyway.blogspot.com

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  4. Cute projects!!

    mzcherub at gmail dot com

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  5. Far out man I can dig it. OMG I haven't heard those words in forever. Love each of your projects. Thanks for the reminder of how fun that eara was.
    Debbie
    http://craftywizard.blogspot.com

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  6. Oh, I Love your Cards and the Layouts. You were such a Cutie! Loved the 70s. Such a Great time to be a Kid. Thanks for Sharing! :0)
    cindymarshall63 at hotmail dot com
    cindys-greencricut.blogspot.com

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  7. Great pages and colors. I love the candy necklace. So remember those.

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  8. These are fabulous cards. Love the kits. I am going to have to create one of those rocker cards they are amazing. Your layouts are super cute too.

    Smiles Sher
    ShersL84bed@aol.com

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  9. wow you have been crazy busy!!! I love love love that kit, I so need to find it, I am in paper envy lol. GREAT job on all 4 projects.
    Theresa
    scrappinginheels@gmail.com

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  10. Gill, what fabulous projects!! Your cards are SO fun, and what a sweet treat to take a peek at your pics from the 70s... I did notice that you ALSO had a pair of RED shoes (those were the shoes I never left home without!!)... :)

    You are soooooo GROOVY!!

    Thanks for being a part of the hop...
    Amy :) at www.lovetocrop.com

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  11. Now those ALL rock! Very creative & colorful Gill!
    Hummer Hugs,
    Misty
    http://deliteful-gifts.blogspot.com/
    hummingbird204 at comcast dot net

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  12. I love your projects especially the Disco Diva card beautiful colors and lots of fun images.
    Your lay outs are adorable as well what a "cutie" you were. Thanks for sharing a little of yourself with us!
    Big Blog Hugs! Janet

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  13. Very well put together designs there. Nice use of the retro music style imagery.

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Thanks for stopping by, i apprecaite your comments as they spur me on to keep creating. :-)

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