Wednesday, November 2, 2016

CC Blog Hop November - Never Ending Cube

Hello Friends!

It's a brand new month and that means a brand new Creative Circle Blog Hop!
This month we are bringing you what I think is a seriously COOL project.  It's a "Never Ending Cube". (I'm sure there are lots of other names for it too.)  Now that I've gotten this one under my belt and I've seen how easy they are to make, I'm planning several of them for gifts through the holidays.

Now, this is a tough project to show with just photos.  I mean, after all, it's a "WOW!" project to be sure.  So...I'm posting some photos of the various "sides" here on the blog and I will be linking a video from my YouTube channel at the end of this post.  Woot!  

Alright....Here are a few photos for you....  Be sure to check out the pattern info and offer at the bottom of this post too!






Each cube is 2" x 2" and they can be created a couple of different ways.  I used the 2" x 2" Tiny Treat Boxes (Item #135829) .  They worked up jiffy quick.  Another option is to cut your cube pieces using the Silhouette.  As a perk of the Creative Circle Blog, I'm offering the "Never Ending Cube" cutting file for FREE when you place an order of $15 or more at my Online Store.  Click HERE to head over there now.
WOOT!  I LOVE FREE STUFF!  Don't you?? 

Okay....Here's the video I promised you....  Enjoy!




Now...head on over to your next stop on the Creative Circle Blog Hop....
Say "Hello" to Kate Creasey for me!  Just click the graphic below....

All of the Creative Circle Hoppers this month....
1. Michelle Suit-  You Are Here
2. Kate Creasey-  http://www.katespapercreations.com/2016/11/never-ending-box-blog-hop.html
3. Liz Holloway-  http://lizhollowaydesign.blogspot.com/2016/11/ccdt-november-hop-never-ending-cube.html
4. Lynn Streifert-  https://lynnzcrafters.com/2016/11/03/creative-circle-design-team-never-ending-cube/


Happy Stamping!
Michelle




4 comments:

  1. I love how you incorporated actual photos on your never ending cube! I love that we used some of the same products, great minds think a like, right Michelle! 😉

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  2. You came up with a really great design! I love those papers you used and how it all coordinates! That's one of the reasons I enjoy Stampin' Up! so much is all their products coordinate so well.

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  3. Amazing!! Your never ending cube is a great treasure!

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  4. Awesome cube! It will be your treasure!

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