Thursday, March 5, 2015

MCS March Kit Reveal Hop!



Welcome to the My Creative Scrapbook March Kit Reveal Blog Hop!



My Creative Scrapbook is thrilled to celebrate the reveal of our beautiful March kits with an inspiration-filled blog hop complete with beautiful PRIZES!  The design team has prepared a spectacular assortment of projects for you, so be sure to visit each blog to soak up all of the inspiration.

Several prizes are up for grabs!

*** One lucky winner will receive a March Limited Edition kit! ***

*** One lucky winner will receive a March Main kit! ***

*** One lucky winner will receive the assortment of chipboard below, courtesy of our fabulous friends at Blue Fern Studios! ***



>>>>> Here is how you can win <<<<<

Simply visit each of the participating blogs and leave comments along the way. You’ll find the links to the participating blogs at the end of this post.  The prize winners will be randomly chosen from the comments!

Presenting the My Creative Scrapbook March kits:


Here is what I created with my CREATIVE kit which features the Life Documented Collection From Simple Stories as well as some fun chipboard gears from Blue Fern Studios.






My Creative Scrapbook is currently accepting new members!
Subscription information can be found here: http://www.mycreativescrapbook.com/kits.htm

Before you go, remember to leave a comment to be entered into the prize drawings!

We would love it if you would follow us on Facebook, too.

The blog hop ends on Sunday, March 8, 2015 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time.
Winners will be announced on the My Creative Scrapbook blog.

Your next stop on the hop is Michelle McDonald's blog.

Thanks so much for stopping by
~Becky

29 comments:

  1. WOW!!! I am loving all of your projects!!

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  2. I love your work, Becky! Fantastic.

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  3. Loving your work. Thanks for sharing your talent and projects.

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  4. Great use for Documented Life. I still have difficulty with these. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  5. These are absolutely great! I love how you featured a lot of adorable pictures.

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  6. Fantastic pages and cute photos!

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  7. Wonderful layouts, such fun colors and adorable photos.

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  8. Am a fan of your creative simple style!

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  9. Oh my, I just love the bright bold colors of your designs!

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  10. Great layouts but I think my fav is the double spread! Gorgeous work! All the best! :)

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  11. Love the double spread! All your layouts really show off the papers in the kit. Can't wait to get it!

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  12. From grid designs, double page spread, to adorable baby pictures...what
    is not to LOVE. Great work on it all. All the bright colors put me in a
    happy mood- thanks for sharing!

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  13. Your layouts made me smile...and think back of when my son was that small and full of smiles and giggles. That was 14 years ago and went way too fast. Thank you for sharing and being part of the hop! nice to see a Canadian in print too!

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  14. Love that great, multi-photo style.

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  15. beuatiful and amazing layouts, there are so beautiful!!!!

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  16. I had to smile at the first page. The arrangement of snips of the baby is darling.
    Great layouts.
    thanks for sharing

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  17. Awesome Layouts. I love seeing lots of photos on pages. Great Job!

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  18. Wonderful pages! I especially love the double page layout!

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  19. Great layouts, thanks for the inspiration!

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  20. Great layouts, I like the strong colors and how you work! Thank you!

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