Love quick and easy treats? I know I do – I love cute packaging that brings a smile to that special someone’s face. And the Flowers for Every Season 6×6 Designer Series Paper makes these treats quick and easy!
I whipped these up last week for my team’s Peak Princes event on Sunday. This event celebrates my teams accomplishments over the last 6 months, so this sentiment seemed perfect for it. I not only tucked in some chocolate, because who doesn’t love that? I also included their lanyard charm that I created with one of our embellishments too.
Check out just how quick and easy it is to make with just some score lines in my video tutorial so you can whip some up too!
It’s Friday the 13th and so I couldn’t resist sharing some more Halloween cards with you today using the Wonderfully Wicked Bundle from the Holiday Catalog. This bundle includes some simple images that will assure you can create some great projects so that you can have a wonderfully wicked time this year with your family and friends. LOL!
Here are some projects using this set for you today – This first card uses a simple technique of turning down the corner of the card front allowing you a peek of what is inside.
And how about a little sparkle? This die was cut out using our Red Glimmer Paper (150427).
And of course here are some treat items, since what’s Halloween without some treats?
Today’s project is one I made for every last week for my 2019 Occasions Catalog Kick Off using the Sale-a-bration stamp set, Hello Cupcake.
The Lustrous White Mini Gable Boxes made this project quick and easy since all I had to do was decorate and assemble, the box was already to go with a lovely shimmery finish.
Everyone seemed to enjoy the little treat box they found at their seats when they arrived.
Did you know that the Hello Cupcake stamp set is FREE during Sale-a-bration when you place a qualifying order of $50 (before shipping and tax)? So when you order the supplies used to create this little box you’ll earn the stamp set. Yes, it’s that easy!
Want to learn how I made them? Here is a video tutorial for you.
Hello Cupcake Mini Gable Box Video Tutorial
And I’ve also got a written tutorial for you too with a complete supply list.
Hello Cupcake Gable Mini Box Tutorial (printable) PDF
Stop back by tomorrow and see one of the projects we made along with a tutorial for it too.
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I love these little folding boxes that I shared with you the other day – so this time I’ve created one using the Trick or Tweet stamp set. After all we need to scare up some chocolate, right? And I couldn’t resist this little guy – he just makes me smile.
When you open up the lid and you’ll get a Halloween greeting and
Chocolate of course, (although you could put all kinds of things inside since it’s a pretty roomy box if your guys don’t love chocolate.) I found these Russel Stover Carmel Brownie pumpkins at my local Ingles and couldn’t resist pickup up a few as gifts family.
(Sorry I think my photos are a bit off, it’s another rainy day here in Georgia which doesn’t my photo I hoping it’s just my screen.)
I’ve created a PDF tutorial with a complete supply list for you and of course, you can see the video on how to create this Folding Box HERE.
Trick or Tweet Folding Box Tutorial PDF
With all this rain it’s a great time to get some crafting in! Or at least that is what I’m telling my husband today. LOL!
Want to learn how to make them? Click HERE to see my video tutorial.
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Great News!!! Woodland Embossing Folder Update!
The Woodland Textured Impressions Embossing Folder (item 139673) has been so popular that we are going to do something that we don’t normally do: we’ve decided to bring it back in the 2016 annual catalog!
So if you missed it you’ll be able to get it soon!!!
Make it memorable – Project Life by Stampin’ Up! is a great way to create a quick and easy gift. Have someone who has just had a baby or is expecting? How about getting married or going on a trip? The options are endless with our card collections and accessory packs.
Here is a baby book I recently gave as a gift and included a little clear mount case with extra cards for memory keeping on the go!
And my son uses his to document the progress on his rail buggy that he is building. I can’t tell you how much he loves showing the book to his guy friends to show the different steps he’s done.
Click HERE to see all the Project Life by Stampin’ Up! products available
Want an easy reference guide – Click HERE for my printable 2015 Holiday Gift Guide.
Not sure what to get? How about a Gift Certificate? Classes are available to gift to – So why not treat a friend to some quality time and have a girl’s day out stamping together?
Want some help with ideas? Feel free to contact me and I’ll be happy to find the right gift for you to give. I help hubbies too!
Earlier today I mentioned I would share with you the Valentine Treat Boxes I made for all my Valentines today. I love these cute little boxes they are so quick and easy to make and they can be filled with an assortment of things. Today of course they are filled with chocolate!
I found these Russell Stover chocolates at my local drugstore and thought they sounded yummy – as luck would have it they were just the right size too for my Valentine Treat Boxes!
I think it is safe now to share these with you since I don’t think my kids will be looking at my blog today and I’ve already given my husband his. Here are some close up shots of each of the boxes.
I’ve used the Hearts a Flutter stamp (item 129249/129252) from the Spring Catalog set to create the focal point on each of these little boxes. The Hearts a Flutter is such a fun stamp set to use I find myself reaching for it for all kinds of projects. This first box is my husbands and he got his as he headed out the door for work. (Somehow I don’t think the treat will make it all the way to Lawrenceville.)
This second box is for my son, Johnathan. Although I made this box using more masculine colors I couldn’t resist putting a little “bling” on it. So I used my sharpie to color one of our Basic Rhinestone Jewels (item 119247).
And this final box is for my daughter, Kaitlin – so I made it using softer colors. I just love the Primrose Petals 3/8″ Stitched Satin Ribbon (item 126844), it’s so great to work I find myself reaching for it quite often.
I really can’t decide which box is my favorite. Which one do you like the best? Why not leave me a comment below and let me know.
Would you like to see more Valentine’s Day projects? I’ve posted more projects on my face book page Stamp with Jini?