Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Graphic 45 & Scrapbook Adhesives Blog Hop Day 2

Hi Everyone!!!

Today is Day 2 of Graphic 45 and Scrapbook Adhesives Blog Hop... And welcome... 


Today I'll be sharing this project for this blog hop...

Do drop by others, comment and get a chance to win this week prize package from Graphic 45 and Scrapbook Adhesives... Hop along with us:


I bought this violin about 10 years ago and has been kept in it’s casing for more than 5 years. Recently, as I opened up the casing, the look of the violin brought me back tons of memories. To showcase this sentimental piece, I decided to build this violin display stand so that I can display my violin when its not in it’s casing... Thinking about it, my passion in music is still lies... I hope one day when I'm ready, I'd love to pick up my violin again and begin to play my favourite concerto...











Supply List:

Botanical Tea Papers (Flora, Fauna, Field of Flowers, Botanical Tea, Hello Friend, Herbal Infusion)
Botanical Tea 8” X 8” Paper Pad
Botanical Tea 6’ X 6” Patterns & Solids
Botanical Tea Tags & Pockets
Botanical Tea Alphabet Stickers
Botanical Tea Stickers 
Graphic 45 Staples (Shabby Chic Ornate Metal Key Holes & Washi Tape) 
Prima Marketing Embellishments (Resin Frame & Junkyard Findings Zip)
Wooden Violin Charm (own stash)


Scrapbook Adhesives 3L Products Used: 
Thin 3D Foam Squares, Dodz Medium Adhesive Dots, Scrapbook Adhesives E-Z Runner 
(as shown above)

Have fun hopping and remember to comment to enter a chance to win... Have a great day and good luck!!!

Cheers!!!


76 comments:

  1. Wonderful Idea and so elegant in design

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  2. That is wonderful. My son has a violin, maybe one day I will build him something like that, lol, or maybe not. I will show him yours and he can build it himself. Its so lovely.

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  3. Wow, what a great and creative idea!

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  4. Wow! Such an unusual stand! always wanted to learn to play the violin!

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  5. Hello!

    A unique and creative project! So lovely! Wishing you a happy day!

    Hugs,

    Barbara Diane

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  6. what a great idea to decorate a violin stand. Love it, got to go thrue my house to see what i can use

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  7. What a beautiful way to display two of your passions together!! Your display stand is absolutely, out of this world, STUNNING!! TFS!

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  8. So awesome! you are so creative!

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  9. This is such a beautiful and unique design. So creative and clever to showcase the gorgeous instrument too!!!

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  10. What a great idea to display your violin and so beautiful also.

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  11. What a beautiful project idea!

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  12. What a great idea. Beautiful creations.

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  13. Love your projects. You have a great eye for detail.

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  14. Beautiful. My granddaughter has a dulcimer and this would make a great gift for her - to prop her dulcimer when she's not playing.
    thanks for a great idea.

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  15. What a neat idea! This is beautiful and useful! Wonderful project!

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  16. Very cool violin holder. Nice way to make something practical look a little more personal.

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  17. I love the botanical tea piece and your violin very inspiring!

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  18. Your design could be used for a magazine holder, book ends, the outside of a book. Love it, thanks for sharing.

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  19. I just love people who think outside the box. This is an awesome project!

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  20. How delightful your
    holder came out!
    Lovely design.
    Carla from Utah

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  21. Wonderful display stand that beautifully accents that gorgeous violin. Love the fussy cutting and layers that make it so unique. Beautiful work.

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  22. Wonderful idea! You did such a beautiful job with all the gorgeous details.

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  23. beautiful project and great idea to create your own stand,

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  24. WOW!! What a great idae. The colors a just beautiful! TFS!!

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  25. Es pecioso, delicado y útil!!! Es un trabajo muy completo. Felicitaciones. Saludos desde España

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  26. Interesting idea, lovely design!

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  27. What a fabulous and elegant addition to your violin

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  28. OMW! That's wonderful idea!

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  29. Such an original project. And quite lovely as well.

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  30. Love all the projects you do for Graphic 45! On to the blog hop day 2!

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  31. Such a beautifully creative project. Lovely in every way!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  32. What a unique way to hold your violin. I love the cute little violin!

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  33. How creative! Love this idea. If you were using 3L Scrapbook Adhesives, you wouldn't be able to hop!

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  34. What a wonderful idea , it's beautiful

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  35. What a great idea for a display ( love your violin too ... bought back memories) Your Botanical Tea Paper choices are so pretty ... I have some but have not used them yet!

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  36. What a lovely way to display a treasured violin, or an equally important treasure, without actually changing it. The display stand idea can be used for so many items.

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  37. Amazing way to showcase your violin. Very clever.

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  38. Great inspiration. I hope you get back to playing that violin soon. I love the little violin embellie.
    Elaine S.

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  39. Beautiful way to showcase your violin.

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  40. What a great idea and it is gorgeous!

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  41. Katie - How awe-inspiring your violin case is!!! And, not to mention gorgeous and romantic-looking, too!!

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  42. What a creative way to display your violin! Love all the details, especially the frame and little violin.

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  43. What a perfect violin stand, and so beautiful! Great use of the products!

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  44. My mother used to play violin and always wanted to learn that is just a beautiful creation. Thank you for sharing.

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  45. What a beautiful place to "park" the violin. So creative.

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  46. A stunningly beautiful and useful project. I love the gorgeous colours of these papers and the violin embelishment just finishes this off beautifully. Well done!!! Thanks for sharing.

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  47. LOVE the Violin Card....my Grandpa played one!!! Pretty Design too!!

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  48. Gorgeous! Such a romantic piece of art work!

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  49. This is gorgeous, you think of the most interesting things to cover with G45 products.

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  50. Such a great idea to display such a beautiful item. Awesome idea

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  51. What a creative idea and beautiful work!!Gorgeous!

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  52. What a great idea! So beautiful.

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  53. Stunning! Such an amazing creation for you to hold your violin!

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  54. What an ingenious idea and beautiful too! Truly lovely.

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  55. Wow! what a wonderful stand! And this little violin - so cute! Thank you for sharing your talent!

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  56. Wow! what a wonderful stand! And this little violin - so cute! Thank you for sharing your talent!

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  57. What a beautiful stand. My violin always lived in it's case. Back then I wouldn't have thought to make something like this. TFS

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  58. Wow. What an amazing idea. So beautiful.

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  59. The violin reminds me of my father - he played when he was young and always kept his violin. It was just passed down to a granddaughter.

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  60. What a beautiful project and I must say a great idea by neice plays the violin and I might steal your idea, thanks!!!

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  61. Amazing idea and very well done!

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  62. Super! Thanks for the inspiration!!

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  63. So creative and really like the Botanical Tea collection, very pretty.

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  64. Incredible idea! Lovely project!

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  65. What a creative idea and so useful!

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