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SVG Attic Birthday Bash Blog Hop



Welcome to the SVG Attic Birthday Bash blog hop! We are celebrating our second year with SnapDragon Snippets, so we decided to throw a blog hop.  We are so excited to have you join us today!
At each stop of the hop, we hope you will be inspired by the creativity of SVG Attic's Inspiration Team AND their Guest Design Team. You are sure to find many wonderful projects that will be at the top of your crafting lists!

You should be arriving from Tanya's Crafting On Caffeine blog. If you happened across this post out of order, please head to the SVG Attic blog to start at the beginning of the hop.

Here is what I created for the hop:

Every Birthday Party needs a hat! Using SDS Santas Workshop Kit - 3D Elf Hat I created this fun Birthday Hat. This would be really cute as the topper for a cake or cupcake stand. You definitely need to allow yourself a little cut and assemble time. It's not difficult to assemble but it does take a bit of time. 





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TIP:  These clips come in handy when you are assembling your 3D projects. Glue pieces together and use clips to hold while you continue gluing other pieces! 



Supply list is minimal:
Echo Park Birthday Girl Mini Theme 
Trendy Twine
Silver Bells
Various Color Eyelets
Adhesive

Now, how about some blog hop prizes??


2- $15 Gift Certificates to SVG Attic

What do you need to do to be eligible for these amazing prizes?
1. Become a follower and/or email subscriber of each blog in the hop.
2. Leave some comment love at each stop. You can do so until midnight on Sunday, February 21st to be eligible for the prizes.
3. If you do both of the above, check back at the SVG Attic blog for the winners on Tuesday, February 23rd.

We would also love it if you would stop by the SVG Attic Facebook page and give us a "Like"!

Here is the complete blog hop lineup:
Tanya
Lisa (You are here!)
Tracy (Go here NEXT!)
Beth 

I hope you have enjoyed this stop on our hop! Be sure to head on over to the other stops for more birthday inspiration. Comment and become a follower to be eligible for the prizes!


SVG Attic is having an awesome SALE right now!  Get your wishlist files today.

Comments

  1. This is a wonderful and perky re-invention of the elf hat. Kudos to you!

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  2. Love this party hat! What a wonderful transformation!

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  3. I absolutely love what you did with this hat! Such a fun birthday hat for sure. Also thanks for the wonderful tip about those clips. I never would have thought to use those, but it makes perfect sense. We only have two hands to use and that would really help out and make gluing go faster!

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  4. Fun party hat perfect for a party!! :)

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  5. Amazing. Love it!!!! This is a cute transformation of the file. ;) Great job and thanks for the idea.

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  6. Thank you for the fab tip, I am usually sitting around holding a piece until the glue sets!! The hat is Ah-Dorbz!! TFS

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  7. This is just the most adorable hat ever!! Thank you so much for the inspiration!!

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  8. I've never attempted a 3D project but this makes me want to try. It is stunning. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. That jester hat is awesome! And thanks for the hint about the binder clips. I've been afraid to try a 3D project, but am getting more interested, due to things like this.

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  10. I think I might have to take a vacation and have a crafting party ! these are all wonderful craft ideas

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  11. I am in love with this so awesome

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  12. Who would have thought! I love to use things "out of season"! I also love Christmas and this is a great way to have Christmas all year while celebrating birthdays! Great idea.

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  13. I absolutely LOVE your party hat!! Beautiful!!
    Love, Love, Love!
    Have a blessed day,
    Migdalia
    Crafting With Creative M

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  14. Love it! I need to make this for the people at my work! Thank you for sharing!

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  15. Wow what a great idea! So inspiring! Thanks for sharing :).

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  16. Great reuse of the Elf hat..... Thanks for sharing

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  17. This a a great hat. Fun for a boy as a jester, too.

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  18. I love your Birthday hat! So cute! I really, really love your hint on using binder clips to hold the wet edges together! I have been using clothes pins, they work alright but I think the binder clips would work much better!

    Hugs,
    Chriss (aka Chrissy Lou)
    http://www.chrissandlou.blogspot.com/

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  19. Such a lovely and different birthday hat - too cute!

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  20. This is awesome! Great papers!!! I'm an email follower

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  21. I love the hat, I have this file but never though of using it foe a birthday hat. Thanks for sharing.

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  22. great hat, awesome that it originally was an elf hat love it

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  23. This looks so hard would love to try it

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  24. Awesome hat! Love the colors. And what a great idea about the clips.

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  25. What a fun birthday hat! I'd be proud to sport that any day!

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  26. Love your choices of colors and papers. The bells add such a special and fun touch! Great job!

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  27. Now that is different, thanks for sharing.. Awesome job..

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