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Add a Little Dazzle and Stampendous - Blog Hop Day #1


I am excited to announce that today Add a Little Dazzle is teaming up with Stampendous. This company has an amazing line of stamps and dies that are so much fun to play with. Join us this week with our Home for the Holidays Series as we showcase projects using products from their new holiday catalog accompanied with Add a Little Dazzle Craft Metal Sheets. Both teams have created some amazing projects and we can’t wait to share them with you. We even have lots of prizes to give away!

We are so excited to begin the Add a Little Dazzle and Stampendous Blog Hop! We have an amazing line up of holiday inspiration and can’t wait to share it with you. Whether you are looking for card ideas ideas, home decor ideas, or gift ideas, you will find a great assortment of projects that will inspire your creativity.

Both the Add a Little Dazzle and Stampendous Design Team will share some amazing projects with you. In addition, we will be giving away lots and lots of prizes from both companies. Make sure to get the full scoop on how you can enter and join in on the fun.

Stop by Add a Little Dazzle to check out what Monica has designed for you today. She has prepared a free PDF tutorial you can download also!

I will be sharing my projects with you Wednesday through Friday, so stay tuned!

Prize Alert!
Enter for a Chance to Win a Prize Pack! Be sure to stop by and comment on each of the Design Team Blogs for a chance to win 1 of 6 prize packs from both companies! You have until Sunday, September, 21st to enter. The winners will be announced on both company blogs the following week. You must leave a comment on all blogs.

Be Sure to Visit Each of the Designers 

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Thanks so much for stopping by!

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  1. It’s good to see that Add a Little Dazzle and Stupendous are teaming up. Thank you for the contest for people who can inspire others by their creativity. Keep it up

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