Saturday, March 15, 2014

PPPR "Just for Kids" blog hop


Welcome to the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons' "Just for Kids" blog hop.  You should have arrived here from Nanne's blog.  If you missed the start of the hop, you will want to head over to Lisa's blog.  Today, the design team is showcasing projects just for kids using Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons' files.

Here is my project -




Master Builder Cutting Files 
I labeled a storage bin for some of my youngest daughter's lego sets.  I used some Square 1 Masterpiece printable adhesive fabric and the new "Master Builder" cutting files set from Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons.  I ungrouped the lego girl and changed the colors per my daughter's request.  I set only the outside edge to cut and then did a print and cut with my printer and Silhouette Cameo.  I used a font called "Legothick" for the word.  Here is what it looked like after I printed it (there is a bit of a sneak peak of a future project here too).


I have some blog candy for you today that I am also offering as part of another blog hop that I am in today.

To be eligible to win all you have to do is be a follower of my blog and leave me a comment.  I will pick the winner Monday morning.  U.S. addresses only please.

Lisa is also offering some blog candy -


For a chance to win, you must be a follower of each blog and leave a comment on each blog. For extra chances, you can also "LIKE" Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons on Facebook  and/or sign up for the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Newsletter. A random winner will be chosen for the prize on Tuesday, March 18.

Today is also the beginning of a new PPPR challenge - "Just for Kids". Link your projects here for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to the PPPR store.

Now it is time to hop over to Roberta's blog.

37 comments:

  1. How adorable is your idea for labeling your youngest daughter's Lego box I love it. You are a very clever and creative gal your ideas are awesome and fun. Thanks for a chance for your fun blog candy.

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  2. SUPER FUN project idea, LOVE IT!!!! Have a great weekend :)

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  3. So cute! I love this set!
    Christina

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  4. what a cute way to label your storage. Very cute

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  5. You did such a fabulous job on this! I love it and I'm sure your daughter is loving it as well:)

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  6. How fun! Who wouldn't love to organize a kid's room with cute stuff like this!!!! Hee...love it!

    cassandracauble at yahoo dot com

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  7. That is a great idea to label the storage container for the legos. Cute!

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  8. Hi, awesome creation... I love this idea and i think i am going to borrow it... I just bought the lego file and I love it...
    morentin1326 AT aol DOT com

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  9. I follow your blog thru e-mail.
    The cut worked out well for you - a good way to mark a container.
    the "candy" looks very pretty - great colors.

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  10. What a great idea. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  11. Fab labelling! I'm sure your kids will clean more often now lol. I need to do these for mine. I'm a new follower.

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  12. I love what you did with this lego box. Where did you get this Lego font? My son has been collecting lego for over 7 years and has boxes upon boxes of legos sorted by color not to mention the shelves of lego projects completed. LEGOS ARE TAKING OVER OUR HOME!! einersonsgirl@yahoo.com

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  13. Thanks for a great idea and sharing with us. I am a follower and good luck to everyone.

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  14. I love your project and need to make one for each of my two grandchildren. I just purchased some of the Square 1 Masterpiece printable adhesive and already had the Lego Thick font, so I just about have everything I need. Thanks for the great idea.

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  15. Cute cute cute! I remember the days of Legos!!! What a great way to mark toy storage boxes. Love that font!
    Hugs to you my crafty friend!

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  16. I am loving all the ways to use the Sugar Rush stamps- it's making me hungry! Thanks for offering up the enamel dots as blog candy. I know Mary uses them all the time, but I never see them at my M's. Fingers crossed- LOL . contact @ wdjones@charter.net

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  17. What a nice way to keep things all together -----Nancy

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  18. Great visual to help kids organize! Wonderful idea.

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  19. Soooo fun! What a cute way to label toys :)

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  20. This is just such a fun idea for labeling the storage box. It turned out so cute, Nicole! :)

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  21. Oooo...I can't wait to see the future project, either!

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  22. Very cute idea! I follow your blog.
    stilesjk77@yahoo.com

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  23. I SO LOVE this idea! Super cute:)
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  24. Very cute organizational idea!
    I am a follower.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  25. How cute! I'll bet your daughter is so proud of her Lego box. What a great project. This is the first time I have participated in a blog hop I love all the fun ideas you all have. I have signed up to follow your blog and look forward to more great ideas.
    sewnsew@cableone.net

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  26. What a great idea to help organize.

    marg0006 at Verizon dot net

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  27. What an AWESOME idea. Cute and perfect way to organize those Legos! This is absolutely FABULOUS! I am a follower of your blog. Hugs- Glora
    me(at)glorajean(dot)com

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  28. love the idea of using the cuts for the box lid.. I wish I had these when my kids were small..
    hugs
    Nanné

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  29. This is adorable. What a great idea. I think I may scraplift this to decorate the HUGE lego container that we have in the basement. Your projects never disapoint!
    Anita Thibodeau
    scrappyhappymommy.blogspot.ca
    anitamthibodeau@gmail.com

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  30. very cool idea!!! I bet your daughter loves it!!

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  31. Great idea.. I love be organized.

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