Wrapping up our Hol-ODD-Day hop with more spotlights and winners!

Wrapping up our Hol-ODD-Day hop with more spotlights and winners!

Well folks, we sincerely hope you had fun hopping with us this week!  Leah the Orange with you on this BELOW FREEZING Friday morning in South Jersey, and I am thrilled I got to sleep in a bit today.  🙂  Here’s to long weekends!

So I can’t tell you how much fun we Odd Girls had peeking around at all of your blogs to feast our eyes on your Hop projects – seriously AWESOME creations and so much variety!  I love it espesh when people use stamps or digis that were not REMOTELY invented with a holiday in mind, and you crafty people rock it into a fabby holiday project anyway!  Versatility, people.  That’s what I’m talkin’ about.  And one particular image popped up more than once during our hop, so you crafters were definitely on the same page here!  YAY!  😀

So if you want to see what the Hol-Odd-Day hop was all about, CLICK HERE and feel free to pop around our hopers’ blogs to leave them some love (and seriously gush about how amazing their creations were!).  Today, I’m wrapping things up and sharing a few more spotlighted projects from the Hop…  And I’ll bet you thought the fun was over, right?  NOPE!  Each of our featured crafters gets to choose TWO DIGIS from SomeOddGirl.com as their little congrats on, well, being awesome and fun and supportive and SOGgy.  😉

Ready for some eye candy?  Let’s get to it!

First up, we have a project that just makes me giggle, because I swear this is the picture of every NOT-SO-INNOCENT little girl when she wants something!  Wonder what Tiny Tia Bow (retired) is thinking she’d like under the tree this year!  A pony?  An iPhone?  Maybe she’s got loftier things in mind, like a trip to Disney or something!  😉  Check out Sara I‘s super cute card that totally captures that feigned innocence from a sweet little girl all dressed up!  Just don’t be fooled by those frilly socks and those cute rosy cheeks! 

Next up, this hopper brought two of my absolute FAVORITE holiday digis together for a perfectly themed card…  This one features Bright Lights Kaylee and the adorable Holiday Ornaments and it’s a match made in heaven, especially with that awesome paper!  I love the repetition of the lights on the card and on the pocket, creating movement and tying everything together beautifully.  And the gorgeous bright colors look AWESOME all shabbied up with the stamped dotty background, don’t they?  What a FUN project!  Take a look at what Sue Morris did with this one!

And one more spotlight for good measure.  🙂  This hopper went for uber classy and totally elegant with this gorgeous vintage-inspired card featuring 1920s Gwen and 1920s Kody!  I would never have thought to use them together for a holiday card, but it really works!  Brilliant, Lani!  If my grown-up friends appreciated stuff like this, I’d want to make one myself and send it, because this pair just looks so inviting for a holiday party or just spreading some cheer (in the form of a glass of wine or champagne – yes, please!).  Here’s the hot little couple, in all their stylish and elegant glory:

GORGEOUS work, Odd friends!  Thank you all for your participation in our hop and for spreading the SOGgy cheer!  We are so excited about all of the new things going on with Some Odd Girl, and we’re just thrilled you’re all along for the ride.

Spotlighted hoppers, please send an email to Kristy@someoddgirl.com and let her know what two digis you’d like from the shop!  ENJOY and please be sure to share whatever you create with them!

Have a wonderful weekend, and STAY ODD!  We love you that way!  😀

5 Comments

  1. Wonderful featured projects today! I love how creative people get and how they think outside the box–very inspiring!

  2. Wow, I am wicked thrilled and honored that you featured my card alongside of these fabulous creations. Thank you so so much – you totally made my weekend!!

  3. oooh those are gorgeous creations! The HOP was AWESOME! 😀 Thanks Kristy and all SOGgys!!!! 😀 xxx

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