Friday, July 1

Beads in a Bottle Blog Hop (and a contest!)



When we heard about the Designer Crafts Blog Connection and saw all the cool projects the members made each month, we knew we wanted to be part of the fun. We sent these professional designers a sample of our new Beads in a Bottle paint to see what they would come up with!




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All we can say is WOW. So many great ideas and clever applications! Starting July 1st, you can check them out for yourselves. Simply start with one of the bloggers listed below and follow the link in their post to see the next blog! SAVE THIS LINK!

CONTEST FOR BLOG READERS!: Leave a comment saying what you would do with Tulip Beads in a bottle paint and we'll draw one name to win this Tulip Prize Pack!




Need inspiration? Check out the projects below!
OK, here we go!

BC Designs
Carla Schauer Designs
Carol Heppner's Studio
Cool2Craft
Creativity Stirs the Soul
Debra Quartermain
Diary of a Crafty Chica
Distinctive Touches
Eileen Hull- thoughts from my studio
Faerie Dust Dreams
Fat Cat Creations
JGoode Designs
katydiddys
Life in the Craft Lane
Life Snippets
Live a life Handmade
MegPie Designs
Mel Designs
Roxi's Creative Juice
Sandy Laipply
Scrappin' it
T'art
Terresscraptherapy
Theresa Cifali: This Artist's View
The Creative Goddess
Terry Ricioli Designs



CONTEST FOR BLOG READERS!: Leave a comment saying what you would do with Tulip Beads in a bottle paint and we'll draw one name to win this Tulip Prize Pack!


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86 comments:

  1. I'd probably start out with a robot/spaceship and a monster tshirt for my son. After that, all bets are off though I'm seeing some decorations on some of my shopping bags happening...

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  2. I would use them as accents on handmade cards and scrapbook pages. Much like beads or gems but less likely to fall off. That's just for starters: great accent for my many totes and bage! Great product.

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  3. I would like to use it on shirts and skirts. It would also be great for Christmas decorations.

    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

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  4. I would love to use these small dots of color on my mixed media pieces. Especially small ones where rhinestones are too bulky. The Beads in a Bottle would perfectly outline a picture or highlight that special piece of ephemera that is crying out to be the star in a piece.
    rockstarsgirl.etsy.com

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  5. i just found out my soon to be grandbaby (my 1st!!!) is a girl, so i would use beads in a bottle to start making cute decorations for her room. Then once shes older i will be putting them on clothes and accessories for her. plus i'll be using them for clothes and accessories for me too! ;-D

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  6. I have a denim purse that needs a little something.
    Beads in the bottle would be perfect to decorate it. I love stippling so the dots would be a cool way to create designs.

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  7. I'd use them in my papercrafting projects! These would be fabulous to cover a book cover with!

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  8. I would use it to decorate a hand bag or cardigan for my bi-weekly contribution for http://www.skulladay.blogspot.com/ and to have something pretty. Much easier than beading it myself.

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  9. My head is spinning with additional ideas! I'd love to use Beads in a Bottle to create a wide yoke neck piece to wear as a necklace, christmas ornaments, embellished dog collars for my daughter's pup... and on and on!

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  10. I'm making a smash up book for my BFF who I've known since 1988. It's about our friendship. Anyway, it would be so fun to use this pack to add elements to the smash up book for her.

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  11. Really, I would try it on everything I can get my hands on! First, I would cover a box with fabric and do some experimenting. I think a beanie or beret made from an upcycled t-shirt would be a cool canvas. Speaking of canvas...tote bags, shoes, and how about artists canvas? Oh, the places you'll go Beads in a Bottle!

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  12. I think that I'd try it out on a t-shirt and make some sort of decorative "trim." Of course, I'd like to reconstruct the t-shirt first to make an old Hanes men's t-shirt into something a little more flattering. And then I could doll it up with some Beads in a Bottle.

    I'd also like to make a little clutch purse or change purse (or even a wallet to hold all of my store rewards cards) with a frog on it. I'm thinking that I could use one of my frog rubber stamps (I have one that is wildly patterned) to stamp the design. I could fill in the design with the Beads in a Bottle and then stitch it into the purse.

    It could also be fun to take a pair of old canvas shoes I have and, after tossing them in the wash, attacking them with Beads in a Bottle in some sort of random design. It would definitely be out of my comfort zone to try something so unplanned, but it could turn into something great!

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  13. I would love to make shirts with my DD who is summer vacation. She usually makes shirts, purses, etc while she in on vacation but this would make it even more fun to do!!
    justina1218 at aim.com
    www.justmycrafts.blogspot.com

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  14. I'd like to use it on clear elastic to make anklets and bracelets.
    shala at donteatthepaste (dot)com

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  15. I would get my 4 nieces and 2 daughters together for one heck of a clothes decorating party! Between them and their dolls that would be one stylish bunch.

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  16. Beads in a bottle is brilliant! I would use these for all my paper craft creations. I would use these to add dimension to my cards!
    Nadia

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  17. I've just sewed my very first dress and what better way to decorate MORE dresses and purses with my own designs with something as unique and FUN as Beads in a Bottle. Thanks! <3

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  18. I've been meaning to try these for a while on T-shirts and a handbag that I think that they'd look great on. Thanks for the inspiration to get out there and try them. And thanks for the opportunity for such a big prize pack!

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  19. I will use the products to embellish fabrics on purses, quilts, clothes, aprons, ect.... This is such an awesome opportunity!

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  20. I have this paper machete bodice that I need to put some color on it. I would start with that and she would get a beautiful skirt. she will be my model to be in pictures when I take pictures of my jewelery.

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  21. I would just love to decorate some canvas library bags for some friends. And of course Tshirts for the ladies in my family! :)

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  22. I am teaching my 9 and 11 year old granddaughters to sew and make crafts. I'm sure we could create a few masterpieces with this huge prize pack.

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  23. If I won this my daughter (11yrs old) and I would make soooo many coool shirts and bags you name it we will make it....
    Celeste@touchedbyabutterfly.com

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  24. As a polymer clay artist, specializing in pen and ink jewelry, I would use Beads in a Bottle to create coordinating clothing articles to accompany my jewelry creations.

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  25. I have some solid shirts that I want to decorate with the beads in a bottle and on some denim skirts!

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  26. With my daughter, add glitz to our accessories,.and whatever else inspires us.

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  27. I would make a few things. 1st decorate my daughters canvas sneakers. 2nd I would decorate my Skirt, 3rd my others daughters t-shirt.

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  28. I would use them in my Christmas Ornaments, I'm working on Christmas early this year so maybe I will finish in time!

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  29. I think these beads in a bottle would be a fun way to put a design on stretched canvas - - maybe something beachy for my laundry room.

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  30. I would use it to bling up my boring reusable bags. Lets make shopping pretty!

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  31. I would use the beads in a bottle to decorate a garden flag that I am making. Thanks!

    smly1619@aol.com

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  32. There's an awful lot of ideas going through my head right now! But I think that I would have my Girl Scout troop use these bottle beads to decorate some fabric frames that we are working on.

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  33. I would have a blast with my 5 year old granddaughter! We are planning a tye dye party this summer - I already have the Tulip kits ready for that. So, this would just give us more to play with. Love the products!

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  34. I would love to design a floral pattern for a purse I'm working on -- how fun!

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  35. I got a sample of the Beads in a Bottle at a JoAnn's Girls Night Out last month. I have already used it for embellishing handmade cards. I LOVE it!!!

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  36. My homeschooling daughter and I are always trying new craft activities!!!

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  37. I wo8uld have to design some of my plain Summer tops...I already have ideas I want to use the Beads in a Bottle with in them. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome set of gifts.

    prpldy (at) comcast dot net

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  38. There are so many amazing things that one could make. I would use it on sewing projects, cards and Scrapbook LO. I'll be keeping my fingers crossed. Thanks for the chance
    Hugs, Rosalee

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  39. I would use them to decorate the covers of my art journals. And probably get an old lamp from the thrift store, and go to town on it with this. :D I'd also try them on my art journal pages, just to see if they'd dry sticky, and if not, they'd be all over my pages! Oh, and boxes! These boxes I have that are begging to be decorated with these - yup, those too!!

    Thanks for the opportunity!!

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  40. I would use them in my handmade cards, my art journal and probably on a few tshirts for my godson. Thanks for the opportunity to win

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  41. I am probably showing my age, but I remember when you had a similar product which I have used to decorate T-shirts. I would do it again and I can reuse some of the patterns I bought then.

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  42. Oh my girls and I would have a fun time embellishing t-shirts and head bands and jewelry! What a fun prize package!

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  43. I am TOTALLY inspired by Michelle's (Faerie Dust Dreams) poppy clip that I would try creating some pretty flowers for cards, layouts and off-the-page projects :)
    Thank you for the chance to win this awesome prize!!!

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  44. Wow! Love everyone's project! So creative and fun! and this giveaway is FANtastic! tfs :) I would use Beads in a Bottle to enhance designs on all the fabric I've got stashed for special projects! Accenting flourishes, polka dots and flowers... WooHoo! I'm all excited!

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  45. Wow! I love the colors and I'm ready to play!!! I'd add beads to everything I paper craft including my collages and altered art projects. This is gong to be so much fun!!!

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  46. I would love to decorate one of the rooms in my Studio with these...dotted multicolored hot air balloons on the wall drape would be beautiful.

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  47. I would use them to enhance some of my scrapbook pages.

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  48. My daughter and I would make some really cute little tops! She's been really into making her own clothes lately, and I know she'd LOVE the embellishment possibilities here!

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  49. These are awesome! Thanks for the chance to win. I would use it on my photography canvas project to add some pop to the paint.

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  50. I found a bunch of vintage table runners in amazing patterns that i have been making into purses, laptop and tablet cases for friends that have been lacking something. now I know it was beads in a bottle.

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  51. Beads in a bottle is a good idea....it will be great to put them on ribbons and lace, when regular beads won't stay put. Love vintage cards and I use a lots of beads of different sizes and now I don't have the problem of running out of a specific size of bead when using beads in a bottles. Thanks

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  52. What a great product!!! I love using beads in scrap booking. I will use Beads in a bottle on flowers, ribbons, lace and also as an embelishment by it self.

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  53. I am enjoying time creating a mixed media art journal. So these marvelous beads in a bottle would be a nice addition to my journaling.

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  54. Oh my, This looks like an awsome product! I have so many plain shirts that I keep saying I will gussy up and have done nothing. I have 8 pairs of leggings all the same style and color(Hey! they were on sale). It would be awsome to make each one a different design and make them more interesting.

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  55. Perfect for adding some bling and fun to the purses I make. Love that you came out with a new product and can't wait to try it.

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  56. Well, the first thing to pop into my head was the fabric cuffs I've been making for my grandgirls. Some beads in a bottle would surely make them more like real "jewel"ry. Then accents on my cards... details on T shirts... Wow! I can see them on lots of things.

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  57. I would use them on handmade cards. I am always adding bling to cards.

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  58. this product looks so awesome! I can't pick just one thing... I'd decorate my shoes, bags, purses, curtains and hair accessories for starters. I'd also definitely use it in my mixed media sculpture paintings and art journalling. Looks like lots of fun! I'd love to be entered in the giveaway.

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  59. i would like to be entered in to the drawing please!

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  60. I would use it to decorate favor boxes for my sister's wedding. Hope I win.

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  61. WOW! I could decorate clothes for my grandkids, baby items for upcoming showers, gifts for a bride to be..... And the list just goes on.

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  62. This would work great on the Tooth Fairy Pillow I make!

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  63. Scrapbook embellishments, hair bows, t-shirts...lots to try!!!!!Thanx for the drawing!

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  64. Ooh I would use them to accent the handmade cards and scrapbooking pages I do for my class! I would love to accent the flowers and make flurries with them. I would also fill in the center of the flowers and accentuate the shapes of the lace around the photos on the scrapbook pages. There are soo many ideas in my head on how to use them. I'm sure my participants in my class would love to use them as well. :)

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  65. I have always used Tulip Paints to design a Special Womens Sweatshirt for our Christmas Boat Parade. This year will check out this New
    Product.

    Nancy

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  66. I have some paper mache boxes that have been waiting for some decorations. This would do the trick!

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  67. I would use these to make beautiful beaded designs on some grocery totes that I am working on as Christmas gifts - then some T-shirts, handmade cards, and probably a scarf or two :-D

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  68. I'd start off with some new clothes for my daughters and myself. From there on, it's crafty items galore. I'd have tons of fun with this product!!!

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  69. I make hand made flowers and would use the Beads in a Bottle paint to decorate them.

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  70. I would use these awesome items to embellish my "multi-media" purses,totes,fabric boxes and possibly a wall hanging(if I had any extra goodies left over).Always looking for ways to make each one unique. Lots of possible media/embellishment combinations with this outrageous assortment!

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  71. I found a super cute vintage purse at a thrift store and bought it wanting to craft/upcycle it. Tulip Beads in a bottle paint would be perfect for this project!

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  72. I would have a tie dye party with my girlfiends. Last time we had one everything ended up dyed from bed sheets to bras! Tie dye and mai Thai's

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  73. Hmmmm I can think of so many ways to use the Tulip Beads in a Bottle. I think I'd start by jazzing up some of my jeans and maybe decorating a shirt to match... oh yeah and I'd need a matching purse... oh the possibilities are endless!!

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  74. LOVE LOVE LOVE Tulip Beads In A Bottle! I would (and do) use them to embellish my handmade greeting cards.

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  75. I am a quilter and also do applique. I would love to make a great art quilt with Tulip Beads In A Bottle!

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  76. My Neice is about to have a Birthday party and this would be a great activity to make t-shirts and purses for the girls my neice is about 6 and another is about 4 they have Birthdays close together so tie dye shirts would be nice ,Use the iron ons for the purses or on the front of the shirts,beads for the shirts,The girls are so attracted to that bead creates on tv that this would be a substitute that would be more easy for the girls to design a t-shirt,a birthday the girls will all remember. I also would buy some plain sandals for the girls so that we could make jewels on them.

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  77. I would like to decorate cloth and plastic headbands with it. Might be tempted to decorate a pair of tennis shoes as well. What a fab give away. Thanks

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  78. I would love to incorporate this in to my jewelery making and wood burning, It looks like so much fun.

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  79. I am going to decorate my yoga pants where I spilled the bleach on the leg when I was cleaning the bathroom. What was I thinking wearing black and cleaning with bleach!

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  80. I am in need of new and awesome shower curtain for my main bath. I would totally rock Beads in a bottle to create an awesome accessory for for the bathroom!
    Jenni

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  81. I may be too late to enter the competition but these would be fantastic on my little girls clothes and on my mixed media pieces that I am making.

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  84. I would add new things and item to my online store. this would be great

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