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Monday Give-A-Way & Blog Hop

Monday again and time for the 
EAD Monday Give-A-Way & Blog Hop!
You should be here from Rose's Blog



I'll be working on St. Patrick's Day and since we wear ceil blue scrubs, I thought I'd better make a little bit of green to pin on my jacket.  So!  I brought out my awesome I-Top Tool and XL Badge buttons by Imaginisce and went to work.  First, I topped my badge with a bright green striped fabric.  Next, I took the green cupcake Irish Sweets Stickerz and applied it to a white cardstock, then trimmed out.  I attached it to the front of the badge with foam dots (I used a dot of Fabri-Tac to adhere the foam to the fabric).  A little green bling and baker's twine finished off my sweet St Patty's badge!
No pinchin' in my future!
You can also use paper with the I Top Tool and accessories...just apply your Stickerz motif and punch out.
Easy, fun and even the kiddies can join in on the creativity :)
Thanks for stopping by...now it's off to Miss Amy's Blog you go!
**DON'T FORGET: Rubons and Stickerz ship FREE from EAD**
Have a great week
Shellye

Comments

  1. What a super creative project!! Love it!
    TFS :)

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  2. Awesome! I bet it will look great on your scrubs :)

    Jenny

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  3. Great idea to make a pin--very festive!

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  4. a-dorable! We used the very same stickerz! toooo fun!

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  5. what a fun way to make sure you don't get pinched ;)

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