Friday, September 12, 2014

Moxxie Fall Blog hop

Happy Fall!
Welcome to the Moxxie Muse Fall blog hop!
I am your last stop on the hop. If you'd like to start the hop at the beginning head back to the Moxxie blog.

The prize for this hop is:


Gorgeous, right?!!!
You can also join in our challenge for another chance at winning!
All the details are below.

Now for my project.
I used the awesome Brainiac line!


And here is what I made with these gorgeous papers and stickers:



 My kids are LOVING these!
I have details and more photos below (along with a giveaway of my own!),
but before we get to that

Here is your inspiration list:
Wendi Robinson
Samantha Taylor
Amelia Harris
Julie McGowan
Jennifer Taylor
Joan Liddle
Leslie Mitchell
Rebecca Price
Daniella Hayes
Renee Robbins
Amy Allred
Ange Weisbeck (You are here)
Moxxie Blog

We challenge YOU to join us! That's right!
We want you to jump in on our challenge and create something with a fall theme, then go back to the Moxxie Blog and link it to our post for an entry into our giveaway!


All you have to do to be entered to WIN is leave a comment on the Moxxie blog.
(US addresses only please)
BUT, you can get your name in the hat more than once!
Join our challenge and link back to the Moxxie blog for another chance to win!
Use MOXXIE product in your project and get 3, yes I said THREE, more chances to win!
You will have until the end of the month to enter your project and we will announce our winner on the 1st of Oct.

Ways to win:
- Comment on the Moxxie blog.
- Join our challenge! (Link your project with our Inlinkz tool)
- Use MOXXIE on your project and get 3 more entries in the draw!
- Visit each designers blog and leave a comment. The more you comment, the more chances you have to WIN!
- Go to the Moxxie facebook page and share our post about this hop for another chance to WIN! (if you're not already, you will need to be a follower of our page to do this) Come back to the Moxxie blog and leave another comment letting us know you did this.
- Go ahead and Pin It! If you do, leave a comment on the Moxxie blog with a link letting us know that you Pinned!

Now for my project. Here's my supplies:


This is one of those composition notebooks I pick up when I'm grabbing the kids school supplies.


They are all different sizes, so if you're doing more than one, measure each one separately. Put a thin layer of Mod Podge all over the front cover, then add your paper along with the strip down the binding. Give it some time to dry. If you get a thin enough coating it doesn't take too long but you might want to wait overnight if you get it thicker.


Then just have fun decorating! I used ink and a black pen to make everything pop more. The stickers are super easy to use, but the little owl was in a big circle that I didn't want on my book, so I just cut him out and inked his edges too.



I had fun inking the edges of the chalkboard paper with white ink. Love how that turned out!


Now you can WIN the entire Brainiac line from me!


All you have to do is be a follower of my blog and leave me a comment and you're in.
Good luck and thanks for hopping with us today!
:)Ange

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21 comments:

jen t. said...

Omg! Loove these!

Joan said...

Oh, wow, these are so fabulous!! What a nice gift idea too!! I bet your kids can hardly wait to show these to their friends!!

Daniella said...

I LOVE them both! You made boring composition books Beautiful!!
xxDaniella

AllAmy said...

great personalized touch. This line is perfect for back to school supplies!

Samantha Taylor said...

LOVE these! They are just so perfect.

artfulscrapbooking said...

Oh how fun!! I love your compositions books! :) Evie

blbabe1234 said...

I LOVE these altered composition books! Great tutorial and I already follow your amazing blog! :)

Kelly R said...

oh, those warm fall colors look great.

wendipooh13 said...

great altered notebooks and LOVE the owls on the pens!!!! sooo dang cute!!!

MindyRadio said...

We've covered the comp books with duct tape before but never scrapbook paper. I think we may try that next time.

Amelia Harris said...

These are freaking AWESOME! I totally see why your kids are loving them! They are super cute! :)

Leslie said...

Love this idea, too cute

julie mcgowan said...

Yep! Need to make these! So fun.

byondbzr said...

You did a fab job with the composition books, love them and the idea too!

Linda Chidster said...

CUTE way to Jazz up a Notebook!!! (Y)

Renee Robbins said...

What a great use of the lines and the perfect way to customize those boring old notebooks! Great job!

Valerie Andrieux said...

Your books are so very cute ! I see why your kids love them !

Mindy Mammen said...

TWO things:
1. I love your comp books they are so cute and I recently made two of my comp books into Xmas planners!!!
2. I would love to have you either as a contributor to my blog or an interview from you for this blog
www.craftyeverafter.wordpress.com
thanks and great JOB!!!!

Jean Bullock said...

So fun and lively. The notebooks are really cute. I am now following you via GFC and e-mail.

Charity said...

Adorable notebooks! And I love the chalkboard paper.

SandiB said...

How creative. Great use of the Brainiac collection.

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