11.09.2009

Welcome CC&M blog hoppers!

Weren't Joan's projects great? If you didn't arrive here from Joan's blog, you don't want to miss what the designers have in store for you! The CC&M Mega Recipe Blog Hop starts at http://diecutdiva.com

Welcome to the first day of the Creative Cuts & More Mega Recipe Blog Hop, which will feature the 8”x8” Treasured Family Recipes Kit!



There are 24 designers who have created wonderful pages to inspire you. I've been so excited to show you my creations using the Treasured Family Recipes Kit, featuring Cosmo Cricket Early Bird line! First up, the first 3 pages of the mini album:







Here is a two page spread that I did for Megan's recipe album. I gotta tell you, I'm SO not a souffle fan, but Megan made this last time she was home from college and it was YUMMO!

I used the scraplift challenge from Ch{all}enge Masters for this one.


Did you notice how I drew the salt and pepper coming out of the shakers? This is what happens when I scrap at 3 a.m.! :-D

And to show how versatile these papers are, here's a layout I did. All of the papers and the adorable die cut tree are from the kit.



And there's lots left over to make several more layouts! Love, love, love that! So, read on, because you'll want to see the deal that's coming at ya!

As part of the celebration CC&M will be having a great sale! For the next six days, they are offering 20% off the entire store!!! But act quickly, it is only for six days – this sale will end on Nov 14th. Make sure you enter this code recipebloghop2009 during checkout. How awesome is that! :-)

As a continuing part of the celebration CC&M will of course give away great gifts. Each day they will give away one kit. Here's the twist – go through the blog hop, leave wonderful comments for the designers. After you have finished the blog hop, return to www.diecutdiva.com and instead of leaving a comment, share a recipe to have a chance at winning the kit. Share the recipe on your blog and link it back and get another chance to win the kit! Pretty cool, right? Not only a chance to win a kit, but collect some awesome recipes as well!

Make sure you check back at www.diecutdiva.com tomorrow for the Holiday Treats Apron Recipe Kit Blog Hop. They will also have 24 designers who will be showcasing their great creations and sharing holiday treat recipes.

Now it's time to hop along to Angie's blog for some more fabulous creations!

Cya at the end, happy hopping! :-)

33 comments:

  1. Awesome pages! And i love your salt and pepper coming out of the shakers! LOL!

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  2. Love all the pages! I love the musical notes..the flowers and the sewing! Simply Gorgeous! Awesome Job!

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  3. You just crack me up Suzanne! Love the salt and pepper coming out of the shakers! haha! You ROCK at the pleated paper...seriously, how do you do that? I still can't get the hang of doing that!

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  4. I absolutly love that you folded and sewed the paper! That is fantastic!!

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  5. WOW! If I could scrap that good at 3 am I would skip sleep! LOL Your album turned out gorgeous. It always amazes me how people can do such different things with the same materials. TFS!

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  6. So many beautiful details on these wonderful pages...I especially love the pleated paper and how you added the pictures!!!!

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  7. What a fun book, great layouts and attention to detail!

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  8. you did a layout, too! WTG i think that is awesome and that spinach dip looks awesome

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  9. The spinch souffle sounds fantastic - I will try it!

    Barbara Diane

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  10. How pretty! I love the ruched and stitched "ribbon" dp and the salt and pepper pouring out of the shakers. Too cute!!!

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  11. Thanks for sharing the page made with the extras. Love to see what others do with the "leftovers."

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  12. Love it! I especially love the "Sweets" page!

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  13. Absolutely gorgeous. you did a fantastci job on your pages...may just have to lift a couple of these. Thanks for sharing

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  14. Wonderful album and great idea to do/show a scrap page, too! I especially like how you decorated the chipboard letters!

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  15. Love all your wonderful details, like the salt coming out of the shaker. Nice job!

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  16. Great job, enjoy seeing all the pages.

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  17. Love your album and those early bird papers!

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  18. Love how you folded back the corner of that page. Too cute with the salt and pepper shakers!

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  19. Love the sewing and that food sounds yummy!

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  20. What great pages -- love your attention to all the little details like having the salt and pepper coming out of the shakers and I love how you pleated the paper. Thanks so much for joining us.

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  21. I almost peed in my pants when I saw the salt & pepper coming out of the shakers!!! How freakin' CREATIVE is that??????

    You ROCKED this, my friend & I hope you had a BLAST!!!!!

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  22. Those are amazing!!!! Love them all.. that paper is awesome!

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  23. wow you go girl rocking those pages!What time is dinner? I'm coming over to your house!

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  24. great job Suzanne- Looks like you had fun with these papers-
    Your salt & pepper is CUTE!

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  25. Wow, Suzanne! Great work! Love how you used those Cosmo papers!

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  26. Gorgeous work - love your scraplift. The salt and pepper is a great touch.

    Thanks for your comment on my blog. I use my cutters quite a lot for both cards and LO's - wouldn't be without them now.

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  27. Gorgeous work - love your scraplift. The salt and pepper is a great touch.

    Thanks for your comment on my blog. I use my cutters quite a lot for both cards and LO's - wouldn't be without them now.

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  28. OM goodness! Suzanne, you are just amazing! You've got incredible talent!!!!

    Scrapping at 3am is just the BEST for me, creatively speaking of course. It's not so good for the kids the next day...

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  29. Beautiful job on everything!!!! The spinach souffle looks YUMMMO!!!

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  30. I love that cosmo cricket collection. I'm inspired with how you used them on many pages.

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  31. What lovely work suzanne!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog. It was a pleasant, yet unexpected surprise!

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