Wednesday, August 01, 2012

Alpha Stamps Gypsy Fever Blog Hop!

Woo hoo! It's the Gypsy Fever Blog Hop!

If you visit all 4 Design Team Members' blogs and figure out the fortune, you will have a chance to win over $100 of art supplies chosen for the Gypsy Fortune Teller Swap! Be sure to leave the Gypsy Fortune on the Alpha Stamps Blog!

Now on to the crafty gypsy goodness...

 Here's my gypsy caravan made with lush papers, trims and other bits and bobs.

Inside there's a fortune wheel, a palmistry hand, a crystal ball, and all sorts of ways to find out if you're a lucky duck ;)


Those tiny chairs inside are made of twigs and cork. They're just like the ones from The Squirrel's End pub I created not long ago.


Now, were you paying attention? Did you find the secret word? If you think you've figured it out (and collected the words from the other blogs) jump over to Alpha Stamps. If you're feeling lucky, you just might win that fab prize!

Leave a comment here and I'll pick one fabulous visitor to win a little something too. What exactly the prize will be I don't know yet... but I do know it'll be WAY better than getting a bill in the mail ;)

xoxo


47 comments:

  1. It looks fantastic!
    I love it :D

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  2. Your stuff is so detailed! So awesome-great job!

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  3. WOW. Your's is, as always, amazing!

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  4. These are so cute! Makes me want to make teeeeeny little gypsy dolls.

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  5. Oh my goodness, I LOVE your gypsy caravan, and the fun chairs made from cork & branches!!!

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  6. Fabulous! I just love it.

    Smiles~
    Marilyn

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  7. Hi Nichola,

    I love how you incorporated the Gypsy Theme and nature into your Artwork. This Caravan is amazing. I love all the detail!!

    Take care,
    Diane

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  8. Thanks for sharing the gypsy caravan. Don't you just wish you could get away in one? I noticed your "palm reading model". Did you decorate that or did you find it somewhere. It's a great addition.

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  10. Wonderful attention to detail on your vardo yet so whimsical. Love!

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  11. Oh My Gosh Nichola, You really are the Queen of minitures. Fab-u-lous Gypsy wagon. I just want to crawl inside and have my fortune read!
    hugs Lynn

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  12. I love the little details in your caravan!

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  13. What a cool blog hop idea! I love the little caravan :)

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  14. I love the little caravan. It looks just like a real Gypsy caravan. Great job!

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  15. I love the chairs-so very creative. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Love your creative Gypsy caravan - the wheel of fortune on the wall, the crystal ball, and the clever wheels.

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  17. This may be my favorite piece of yours. So charming, I love it!

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  18. I love your gypsy wagon...I want one! All of the details are great.

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  19. This Gypsy Caravan you made is absolutely amazing. I initially thought it was a "GypSy Caravan Kit" from some company that you bought to put together, but the more I look at it the more I've realized that you came up with that all on your own, which is even more amazing. Wow!!! It really is awesome. Stunning work for sure, thanks for sharing it with us and for the inspiration.

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  20. What a fabulous grown-up dollhouse. I guess I never grew out of the thrill of creating little spaces.Love this!
    Marilyn F.
    marwick52@charter.net

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  21. your project is so delightful! all the little details are fantastic!

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  22. Is your gypsy caravan for rent -- I want to move in! (think it is larger than my condo anyway). Really cute!

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  23. Your project is the first one I saw on the Alpha Stamps Blog and fell in love with it!!!! I set out to find a little table and small "crystal ball" and have yet to find them!!! :)

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  24. Your work always amazes and delights me! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  25. oh my I'm just blown away with the details... make me wish to be a few inch tall so i could get inside and really look around.... fabulous!

    hugs wendy

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  26. These are so sweet and so cool. It looks like props for a fairy tale. I used to give storytimes for preschoolers.

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  27. We are so lucky to be getting a chance at some great goodies. Your caravan is so cool....love all the details.
    Barbara Bird
    MdStrwbery@aol.com
    MdStrwbery.blogspot.com

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  28. OH my goodness...this is wonderful! I love that you used a marble for the crystal ball! Amost feels like I could enter this wagon and take a seat!

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  29. I can actually imagine this gypsy caravan cart sitting alongside a babbling brook, beneath a green, leafy tree ...

    Beautiful creation!

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  30. I adore anything in miniature, but you have outdone yourself. I adore your gypsy fortune teller!
    Christy

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  31. Thank you, your work is always inspring and may your the fae in you life continue.....

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  32. What simply marvelous miniature art! It's splendid...such sweet eye candy! Bravo!

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  33. just love this - adorable- great details!

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  34. wow that is wow I cant think of a word to say.
    That is one awesome piece of artwork.
    Too stinkin cute that it amazing.
    I so hope that I can be this talented some day. Your work is wonderful. I am so glad that I attended this blog hop. alpha stamps really has some amazingly wonderful crafter's on their team. simply amazing work you all do. thank you for sharing

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  35. How dear are your tiny places. I am ready to create somewhere tiny too. Thanks for the Blog hop and the chance to own a piece of your ART?

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  36. I just can't stand it, teeny tiny litte fairy gypsies....too wonderful. Get the magnifying glass, I want to see what my cards say....Fabulous piece of fantasy!! thanks

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  37. You're an artist, for sure! Your work is fantastic! A wonder!

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  40. I didnt get or understand the word thingy from the other blogs because english isnt my first language so I hope I win the small prize XD hahha

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  41. Oh, I just got lost on your blog looking at your goodies and couldn't get away for over an hour!!! You are wonderful and so clever with your art.

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  42. Wooooooow, awesome work, very very fascinating...

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