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Hello everyone and welcome to this month's blog hop, aka SpiegelMom's Skippings!
 
Today is extra special because SpiegelMom Scraps is not only revealing the fabulous new sequin mixes for this quarter, but she's also welcoming this month's Guest Designer, Khristina Sorge.  (I follow her wonderful layouts on Facebook and Instagram and I suspect we are in for some crackers!) We are super excited to have her designing with us this month so watch for her first blog post next week!


For today's blog hop you should have arrived here from Katty.  Fabulous as always!  For today's project I had slight trouble... my new sequins are somewhere between here and America - probably sat in Customs. 


But not wanting to miss out I have a layout and process video using Spring Blooms Sequin Mix which is still available in the SpiegelMom shop.


I've used my like for ever kit and added in a length of lace from Crafty Ribbons, Spring Blooms, a doily and a mini wooden peg from SpiegelMom Scraps.


And here is my process...



The 2 prizes for this blog hop include $10 shop credit & ALL the new sequin releases PLUS another sequin mix of your choice!! You need to comment on all the blogs to be entered to win, and sharing the hop on your social media accounts earns you extra entries too! A winner will be picked after July 11:00pm CST July 2nd and announced on the main SpiegelMom Scraps blog on Sunday 3rd July, so be sure to leave comments on all the blogs to be entered!  I am the last stop on today's hop -  Thank you for spending your time with us today!



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  1. Love the use of the doily! So pretty!

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  2. Awesome layout, Laura!! I love the awesome splatters of color and the layers that you added....great work as always!!

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  3. Hi Laura, What a fab LO.

    hope you have a lovely weekend. Sue

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  4. I LOVE this layout, it's so colorful and pretty!!! I love the butterfly trails in those gorgeous sequins, Great layout!!!

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  5. I love your process video and music! Funny because just before to visit your blog I was looking for a camera... A suggestion for me?

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  6. Not sure my comment is enter! What a discover for me with all your other DT. I love it and your process video was very extra!

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  7. Beautiful layout and great photo!

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  8. Beautiful! I love the doily and the top layered pieces!

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  9. OMGOSH.. You nailed it!! The inked doily, background and those stunning butterflies really make you layout come alive!!

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