Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing a fun little Halloween project using Graphic 45 Master Detective. I used the 8×8 paper pad, chipboard, G45 black ATC book box and some G45 kraft ATC tags. Make sure you watch all the way to the end as I share a tutorial on how I created the little pocket mini album.
Hi everyone and welcome to a very special Birthday Blog Hop. Jo’s Scrap Shack is turning three and we are having a birthday blog hop.
You should have arrived here from Candice’s blog. If not then make sure you go to Jo’s blog to start at the beginning. I am the last stop on the hop. Check out this awesome prize Jo is giving away!
To be eligible for the birthday blogaversary giveaway make sure you comment on each designer’s blog and subscribe to each blog. in order to be eligible to win my birthday blogaversary giveaway. You need to complete the hop in order to be eligible to win. The winner will be chosen at random from anyone of the designer’s blogs. You will have until midnight May 4th to comment and the winner will be revealed May 5th.
For this special birthday blog hop I decided to created a fun mini explosion box.
This little box is really fun to make and will hold some tasty little treats. Here’s the inside if my cute birthday mini explosion box.
Thanks for stopping by! Happy Birthday to Jo’s Scrap Shack!
Hi everyone! Happy Friday! Today I just have to share this little project with you. While at my scrappy friends house she had the cutest little mini milk carton sitting on her shelf. Of course I asked her how she did it. She said it’s a die from Stampin’ Up. So being the bestie that she is she let me borrow it. Thanks Sherrie!!
Look how cute!! I used some scraps that I had left from some other projects. The one on the left is created using some leftover gorgeous Graphic 45 By the Sea papers. The one in the middle was created using some October Afternoon Happy Homemaker paper and the one on the right was created with some solid card stock and a strip of design paper from Graphic 45 Good Ol’ Sport. I just added some twine, buttons, and punched flowers. I used some tiny clothespins at the top to keep them closed.
I thought these would be cute favors for a July 4th Picnic done up in some fun red, white and blue papers. Well the die is no longer available from Stampin’ Up but no worries, you can make your own mini milk carton.
Can you tell which one of the three mini milk cartons was created without using the die?
Let’s have a fun little contest. Of course I’ll have a prize. Leave me a comment on this post telling me which mini milk carton you think was created without using the die. I will draw a random winner from all the comments that were correct and send out a prize.
I will draw the winners name on Sunday, May 18 and announce the winner on Monday, May 19 here on my blog.
Have a great weekend and don’t forget to leave me a comment with your guess!!