Good morning, Oddies! Alexis here with a fun little tutorial for you just in time for Easter! All you need is a fun
Hello Oddies, welcome to Day 1 of our Hol-ODD-Day Hop!
We Odd Girls have joined together for a fun event for EVERYONE – not just because you get to hop, but because you get to PARTICIPATE and share your own holiday creations. So glad you’ve joined us for our 3rd annual Hol-ODD-Day Hop!
We mixed things up a bit to bring you a nice variety of holiday projects that we hope will inspire you. You can comment on all of the blogs, participate by linking your own below (to be eligible to win, be sure you link to us in your post), and comment throughout the event on other people’s links as well! And there will be PRESENTS! The hop goes from now through Friday, December 12th, and we’ll be announcing 3 winners next Wednesday, December 17th, so you have plenty of time to comment between now and then! Our Hol-ODD-Day Hop link party will close at midnight on Friday the 12th.
Woohoo! I love this time of year and I’m joining you today with an awesome shaker tag.It’s perfect to attach to a package or gift bag (and maybe to compensate for a rushed gift!) I had so much fun building the shaker tag (it was my first) and I filled it with all sorts of Christmas sparkle! But as much fun as I had making the tag, I had even more fun coloring up Deer Mae. I’ve been waiting for a chance to use her for almost two years and she was so much fun to color! I thought she was perfect for this rustic and sparkly tag. Now, I filled it up with all kinds of stuff like sequins and glitter and white puff balls. If I did this over again, I’d do it minus the glitter. It’s too small and even though I wiped the plastic front with an anti-static pad, a lot of the glitter still sticks to it when I shake it, but all in all I kind of love it!
Today, all of the Odd Girls have projects to share for the big event, so you can visit their blogs to see all the action happening. Here’s the hop list for our awesome team:
Remember to comment along the way, and link up your holiday-themed projects using Some Odd Girl stamps (new or old)!