Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by!It’s time for another challenge over at PDE Linky Party. The challenge this week is Anything Goes. For my project I created some fun mini treat holders. These will hold a full size Ghiradelli chocolate.
I used some fun plaid paper from Lawn Fawn. The solid cardstock is from Stampin’ Up. I made three holders using traditional white,red, and green. I tied the little holders closed with some fun twine by Lawn Fawn. Here’s a closeup of the holders.
Here’s a picture showing the holder open.
I finished decorating the front of my holders using a fun little stamp set from My Creative Time. I also used a scallop circle die and circle punch to cut them out. These were super quick and easy to create. My inspiration of this project came from Angie at mychicnscratch.com
You could use this little holder for a piece of pretty jewelry and close it with a magnet. How fun would that be! Have a great weekend and I hope you join the fun at PDE Linky Party!
Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by! It’s time for another challenge at PDE Linky Party. This time it’s “Anything Goes”. I used a new Lawn Fawn die that I purchased from my local scrapbook store and made a cute treat holder.
The little box is cut from the Lawn Fawn die. The cute little gingerbread is a new punch from Stampin’ Up called Cooker Cutter Builder punch. I’ve had the punch for awhile but hadn’t had the opportunity to use it yet so I thought using him on this little treat box would be perfect. The design paper is also from Stampin’ Up called Candycane Lane.
I used some liquid appliqué to mimic the frosting on a gingerbread cookie. The little tag and sentiment are from Lawn Fawn as well.
That’s my project! I hope you will join us and link your project up at PDE Linky Party!.
Hi everyone! Thanks for stopping by. Today I want to share a card that I created for the Miss Kate Cuttables blog. I used one of the cute snow globe files to make a shaker card.
Here’s the front of my card.
My card measures 5-1/2×7-1/4. I didn’t use all of the cuts from the snow globe file because I wanted to make a shaker card. I used my Cricut Explore Air to do this. I love how you can manipulate files to create just exactly what you want. I added some chunky snow filler in my shaker card.
The background paper is from Stampin Up’s Merry Moments paper pack. The sentiment is from the stamp set Christmas Cuties which is also from Stampin Up. I left the inside blank so I can add my own personal greeting.
There you have it! That’s my card. I think I’m going to send it to the grandkids! Make sure you check out all of the cute files over at Miss Kate.
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a set of 4 Christmas cards that I created using the beautiful Graphic 45 Time to Flourish 12×12 December Cut-A-Part page. This is one of my all time favorite collections from Graphic 45. Here’s the first card.
This card measures 4-1/4 x 4-1/14 square. I added one of the cute stamps from the page to the inside of the card to finish it off.
Here is the second card. This card measures 4-1/2×4-1/2.
Here’s the inside of the card.
The next card in the series measures 4-1/4×5-1/2. I used the triple banner punch from Stampin’ Up to create the layered banner on the front of the card. I also used papers from the 6×6 paper pad. I left the inside blank.
For the last card I used the Snow Flurry embossing folder from Anna Griffin for the background. I fussy cut the poinsettia images and added some clear Wink of Stella to the petals. I add a couple of red jingle bells to the center of one of the tag cut outs. Again, I left the inside blank. The card measures
4-1/4x 5-1/2 and is a landscape style card.
Hi everyone! Today I would like to share a project I created for a swap over at Mini Album Scraps. I created some altered paper bags using the Graphic 45 Twas the Night Before Christmas paper collection. Thanks for watching!
Hi everyone! Today I want to share a card I created for the Miss Kate blog. For my card I used two different files. I used the poinsettia file as well as the joy and noel title file.
Here is a side view of the card.
I really like how it turned out. I cut the poinsettia out three times so I could layer it together for a more dimensional look. I also used my clear wink of stella pen on the center of the flower as well as the tips of the petals.
I liked it so much I created another one. You can never have too many Christmas cards on hand right?
Here’s a side view of this version.
That’s my Christmas card. Thanks for looking! Have a great week!
Cardstock – Stampin Up and American Crafts
Designer Paper – Stampin Up
Seam Binding Crumb Cake – Stampin Up
Red Velvet Trim – stash
Wink of Stella Clear Glitter Pen
Dimensional Adhesive – Stampin Up