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Happy Cinco de Mayo and welcome to my blog! I am Erminda Dominguez, Sabor design team coordinator and social media coordinator for Sabor. I am so excited to share my Altered Graduation Cap using Sabor Papel's paper collection and Craftwell paper crafting tools.
For this project, I used Sabor Papel's Amor Collection, Craftwell's Cut n Boss, folders, and dies, Amor Cardstock cutouts, scissors, Beacon's 3 in 1 glue, double-side tape, gems and sequins from my stash, and metal corner trims from Butterbeescraps.
I began by choosing the designer papers according to my color palette and then embossed them and die cut the corners in the Cut n Boss.
I began to layer the designer paper and added double sided tape to the edges to place the pom pom trim.
After placing the trim, I adhered the other layers and corner die cut pieces as shown in the photo above.
I found the sentiment on google and printed it out from my computer.
I cut the sentiment out and adhered it as shown in the photo above.
Finally, I began to best part of the project: embellishing! I had so much fun adding my flavor (Sabor) to this graduation cap. The following photos show the finished cap.
I love the way this project turned out. It is so vibrant and beautiful, I just had to try it on!!
Thank you for joining the blog hop. Please leave a comment below to be entered in the prize drawing. Also, be sure to visit the Sabor Papel's website Where to buy page to pickup your paper collections today!! Below are the details of the hop and give a way! Happy Hopping!!! Your next stop is Conny Craig or start from the beginning at Craftwell's Blog.
Love and blessings,
Prizes for the Blog Hop
one eBrush, set small embossing folders, a package of paper from Sabor and two packages of papers from SantanaCrafts , and then a 25 dollar store voucher from Latina Crafter.
We will have six winners!
In order to enter the giveaway, you must leave a comment on all participating blogs. Please like the Sabor Papel and Craftwell, but you are not required to. You can comment once on each blog thru the 8th of May . Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on all of the blogs We will check to make sure all of the rules are followed. The comments will close at 11:59 PM PST on Sunday May 8, 2016.
Must be in the US or Canada to be eligible to win. The winner will be announced on Monday, May 10th on the Craftwell and Sabor Papel blogs.
these are the participating blogs:
Crystal Dominguez: http://www.saborpapel.com/#!Cinco-de-Mayo-Blog-Hop-Frida-Kahlo-Mixed-Media-Canvas/ob11x/571e36c50cf26b6d6842170d
Leticia Yvonne Arvizu: http://www.craftyamiga.com/…/cinco-de-mayo-hop-with-sabor-p…
(You are here) Erminda Dominguez: http://mindasdesignstudio.blogspot.com/2016/05/sabor-and-craftwell-cinco-de-mayo-blog.html
Latina Crafter - http://latinacrafter.blogspot.com/…/cinco-de-mayo-blog-hop.…
Barbara Rankin http://blackholeartstudio.blogspot.com/…/cinco-de-mayo-blog…
Tyra Babington http://wp.me/p2PSaM-GWJustYolie - http://www.justyolie.com/…/cinco-de-mayo-blog-hop-fiesta.ht…Craftwell
What a fantastic idea!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you Yolie. That means alot coming from you since I admire your work so much!Delete
Woo! Love it.ReplyDelete
Thank you . I am glad you like it!Delete
I didn't realize that went on the graduation cap until the end. Love the saying! A blessed girl to be able to wear that.ReplyDelete
It really came out pretty. I can picture a grad wearing it. Thank you for your commentDelete
What an amazing idea!ReplyDelete
Love all the colors
Carla from Utah
I am glad you like it CarlaDelete
What a fun idea!! Love it!ReplyDelete
Thank you Tonya. I am glad you like it.Delete
This is such a great idea.ReplyDelete
Thanks Laura. I love your work tooDelete
I love this! and the thought behind it! Great project!! Fantastic Job!ReplyDelete
Thank you Peggy. That means alot to me.Delete
OMG I love this so much!ReplyDelete
Thanks Tammy. I appreciate your supportDelete
Amazing! Love it!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for the commentDelete
What amazing ideas and colors! Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I am glad you like it. Thank you for commentingDelete
Thanks. That is great of you to commentDelete
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I am so glad you like it!!Delete
Super festive and so inspirational. #CreativeGoodnessReplyDelete
Thank you for visiting today and for the lovely comment!!!Delete
That is incredibly creative!ReplyDelete
well thank you PeggieDelete
Love it! Great saying to live by.ReplyDelete
I like it tooDelete
Fabulous make and great sentiment!ReplyDelete
thank you too.Delete
Gracias por la frase y el proceso, me gusto como te quedo =DReplyDelete
That looks fantastic. I so need this paper now.ReplyDelete
It is fantastic paper. such good quality. You will not regret buying it. If you want to order it online, got to www.santanacrafts.com or you can go to Sabor's website www.saborpapel.com and click on the where to buy page for retailers near you. Enjoy!!Delete
Love the cap top!ReplyDelete
thanks so muchDelete
Love the cap top!ReplyDelete
thanks. I had so much fun making itDelete
Such a fabulous altered graduation cap! I absolutely love this idea and will have to use it for my daughter when she graduates next year! That quote says it all for me! Very pretty papers and details, the embossing looks amazing! Awesome project!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much. It was fun to make and I hope someone will get to wear it one day.Delete
Love the rich colors and fun design. Perfect for that cap!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you like it. I love this collection!!Delete
I love all the beautiful layers and different texture. Such a special meaning<3ReplyDelete
Thank you Renee77. I love it too. It is easy to do with these gorgeous collections!!!ReplyDelete
i need to show my interns this one! they would LOVE it!ReplyDelete
Yes, Please do. I would love to see a real grad wear it!!Delete
Super fun idea, so clever!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you Pammejo. I just love how it turned out. I could see an accomplished young lady wearing this!Delete
WOW! A stunning creation!Fun too!ReplyDelete
Thank you Migdalla. very sweet of you.Delete
such beauty and awesome colors!!!ReplyDelete
thanks so much JeanDelete
OMG, the cap turned out awesome!! Gotta get me some of that paper!!ReplyDelete
Thank you cal8007. Yes get some paper. You will love itDelete
What a great idea!! The Graduate must truly love this gorgeous cap! Loving the blog hop and hoping to win the eBrush especially!!ReplyDelete
Good luck and thank you for hopping with usDelete
One amazing project idea after another! Thankyou for sharingReplyDelete
Thank you for hopping with usDelete
well designed presentationReplyDelete
Thank you Ava.Delete
Wow! Fun project and forgeous flowerReplyDelete
Thank you HelenDelete
A fabulous and so very unique idea for a grad cap. TFS the process.ReplyDelete
you are welcomeDelete
Love the layers and colors!ReplyDelete
Thanks Denise. So easy to layer with these gorgeous collectionsDelete
Thank you for visiting mitymoosDelete
Any daughter would be a standout wearing this cap for their graduation. I love it!ReplyDelete
Thank you Karen. It was that proud grad that inspired me to create this!!Delete
Such a cool idea!!ReplyDelete