Saturday, February 23, 2013

7 Kids College Fund Blog Hop featuring Tim Holtz Idea-olgy



Today the designer for the 7 Kids College Fund are bringing you a blog hop filled with crafty inspiration featuring the Tim Holtz Idea-ology line.   I must admit, I slightly panicked when I heard we were doing this hop.  While I have an appreciation for Tim Holtz and his style, his style and mine are not exactly alike.  

However, when I was searching through the Tim Holz Idea-ology products in the 7 Kids Store, I came across this transparent film strip ribbon and the wheels started turning!  I paired it with the Some Odd Girl Photo Kaylee image! Perfect combo!  


skin - E11, E21, E00, E000, R20, R30
hair - C9,C7,C5, C3
eyes - B5, B4, B2, B00
clothing - BG78, BG75, BG72,YR18, R17, YR16
camera - C7-C5-C3, R17, YR23, clear star Gelly Roll pen

I went over the sentiment with a back glaze pen to add some pop.  You can find all of the supplies I used from the 7 Kids College Fund Store by clicking on the graphics below.  

Before you start hoppin' let me show you the awesome prize up for grabs!


How's that for an inventive to hop and leave some blog love for our designers as you do?
You have through Tuesday to get through the hop so get going and enjoy!
The winner of the prize will be announced on March 2nd on the 7 Kids College Fund Blog!

Oh, AND if you see something you like along your hoppin' way,click on the inks on the deigners page to take you to that product. To celebrate the hope, we are offering 10% off all pre-order and in-stock Idea-ology products though March 2nd!  Use the code IDEAHOP at check out!  You can find all of the Idea-ology products HERE!  










54 comments:

  1. Awesomeness as usual! love your coloring, it is flawless! The way you used the filmstrip with the theme of your stamp is genius :) xoxo Pin Head

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  2. I am smiling, love the film strip - super sweet idea with awesome coloring! Hugz

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  3. Awesome card! Love your coloring.....

    Karen

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  4. Totally love this girl...the coloring, the layout...all perfect!! The film strip is awesome with this image!! I have some somewhere that I now need to go dig out for all those camera images, woot, woot!

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  5. So cute Kim. I like how you incorporated the film strip.

    Hugs,
    Julie

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  6. Gorgeous card, love your colouring and beautiful papers!!
    Hugs
    Hazel xx

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  7. I love that image of Kaylee!
    It was a good idea to use the film strip that way, really matches the image !

    Hugs, Evy

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  8. Smart move with this film strip , good job .

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  9. Doing the blog hop yay,, love the project~the odd girls are growin on me great coloring~ great job~ Larelle-Susanne Thoms

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  10. Filmstrip adds a nice dimension. I may have to borrow that idea!
    Thanks!

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  11. Prefect way to feature the transparent film strip ribbon! Love the fun card!
    DeniseB

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  12. love your coloring/blending. and your filmstrip is awesome.

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  13. Too fun! I struggle a bit with Mr. Holtz' products, they don't really work with my style, but I love how you've used the film :)

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  15. We must not fear the trinket. Kim has proven our fears can be overcome and the results will be amazing. Awesome card Miss Kim!!!

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  16. Wonderful card Kim! Love how you used the film strip. And your coloring is terrific! Thanks so much for sharing.
    Sue Brailey

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  17. Awesome use of the film strip. Love the card.
    kim lemear

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  18. Aww, What a Cutie Patootie!!! 8-) Super Genius idea to pair her up with the film strip! Love it Miss Kim! 8-)

    Hugs
    Shannon

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  19. This is amazing!!! Great colors.

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  20. Kim, you did an awesome job..i love the combo of the film strip and the Odd girl image...your "wheels" totally went forward with this idea!

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  21. Wonderful combination of elements. Simply beautiful!

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  22. What a cute idea with the film strip. Very cute.

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  23. Great ideas!!I love that film strip!!

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  24. What an adorably precious card! Your coloring is FAB and I love that film strip.

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  25. What a lovely card. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  26. Love your card! She is adorable! Thanks for the opportunity to win some great prizes

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  27. how cute is she with her camera... Just love the blue and how the film strip is across the red... awesome design and colors...

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  28. Gorgeous card and that film strip is so clever. Your colouring is really super, Ursula xxx

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  29. Cute card! Nice to see versatility in using TH products.

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  30. Great card so cheery and bright. Nice use of the film strip.

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  31. Excellent! Love that film strip, perfect pairing!

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  32. kim she is so cute!! i love the design and the film strip. fab work :D

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  33. Love it! The film strip really makes the card pop, very clever!

    Hugs

    Laurian

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  34. You did a wonderful job with thecolors.

    marg0006 at verizon dot net
    Loving Scrapper 101

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  35. Great card and loving that film strip!

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  36. Such a great card Kim and so true to your style (even if you were a bit unsure of how Tim & Kim would go together :-) Really great!

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  37. What a cute card! I love that film...it's such fun to use on cards! Pat Frank

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  38. kim, such a sweet card, nice showcasing of the tim...
    ava g

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  39. Beuatiful!!! Love your coloring, DP is fantastic and the filmstrip is genius :-)
    Hugs,Sandra

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  40. Very nice Kim! I really like your card!

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  41. Gorgeous Kim!!! The transparent film strip is awesome, and your coloring wow!!!

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  42. She is adorable. I like the exposed film with the image. Very cute.

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  43. Using Tim's transparent film strip with the cute image really works wonderfully to complete your project so nicely!

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  44. Awesome colouring on that very cute girl and the film strip works beautifully with her - very well paired :)

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  45. Great idea with the filmstrip. Love it!!

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  46. Very neat card and I love your colors ;- )

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  47. I'm smiling just looking at your blog!

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  48. Love how you included the film strip, gives you adorable card more interest!!
    TFS!!

    Rexann

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  49. Cute card,and Beautiful Colors!! :)

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