Saturday, April 18, 2015

PPPR "Go Green" blog hop

Welcome to the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons' "Go Green" blog hop!!  You should have arrived at my blog after visiting the lovely Nanne.



 There is a special freebie file available for free only today and tomorrow (after that it can be purchased in the PPPR store).  The link to the freebie is on Lisa's blog.



Today's blog hop theme is "Go Green" and the design team will be sharing nature and conservation themed projects using Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons files.  For my project, I created a couple of posters to use at our soccer team fundraisers.  At least once a summer we are asked to do parking for a concert event and we often will sell water and soda at this event too.  We like to collect any empty bottles or cans because we can turn them in and collect money from them.  So, my signs will come in handy for the collection part of the event -







I do apologize for the poor quality of these pictures.  I tried shooting from so many different angles and in different places but it was tricky.  I also decided to laminate my recycle bins so that the posters would hold up longer and could be used more often.  To create my posters, I used the following files from the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons' Store -


***There is blog candy for our hop today*** -


To be eligible for the blog candy, please be a follower of each of the blogs on our hop today as well as leave a comment on each visit too.  You can get extra chances to win the candy by "liking" the PPPR facebook page and/or subscribing to the PPPR Newsletter.

Today also begins a new challenge with Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons -



For more details on the rules of the challenge as well as to link up your entry, please go HERE.  One lucky entry will be randomly selected to win a $20 gift certificate to the PPPR store.  

I am the last stop on our hop.  Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you have a great weekend!!


14 comments:

  1. I love these files and I love that you're making them to help people do the right thing with their empties! Thanks so much for taking care of our planet and for creating such a fun way to identify what goes where!!!

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  2. Your recycle signs are great. I can just see them in a classroom!

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  3. Great project. I love their little faces.

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  4. I surely wish we could recycle here where I live... No place to take them to here in northern Montana! Isn't that sad? Love your signs.

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  5. awesome idea... using it in my home. so our guests can stop throwing trash in our recycle cans...lol

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  6. What a great way to use these files, Nicole!!! Love these!

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  7. great job...this is such a hugely important message for everybody....our whole world relies on this message getting thru.....well done....love it....

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  8. Love this Nicole!! Those recycling guys are so fun! TFS :)

    Michelle
    Purple Monkey Moments

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  9. Great Idea...anything to help our planet is a good thing! Well done!

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  10. Oh wow, what love the posters, very creative!!

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