Today is Day 2 of the 104th Edition Release sneak peeks. Today we are showcasing two new products! Bat Rosette Dies and Mini Witch Hat Topper Die. I created two projects for the sneak peek today. First I know when I saw the bat rosette dies I wanted to create a cute little banner. Here’s my fun little banner.
I used the More Chunky Tags die to create the base of my banner. To spell out the word BOO I used the ABC dies. These letters worked out great for my little banner. I used the smaller of the Bat Rosette dies.
For my second project using the Mini Witch Hat Topper die I created a fun little treat bag with some yummy halloween M&Ms. I created a little tag using the Little Gift Tag dies. My sentiment came from the Happy Witchin’ set we showcased on day one. This little witch hat topper die is so cute but can be used for more things that topping cute treat bags.
***Sneak Peek giveaway!***
We will be giving away the sets we are showcasing each day to ONE lucky winner! For example, the set we are showcasing on Wednesday, Emma will announce the winner of that on Thursday & the sets we are showcasing on Thursday, Emma will announce that winner on Friday on my blog! ALL you have to do is leave a comment on each of our blogs! You are NOT required to comment on EVERY SINGLE blog, but the more you comment on, the more chances you have for winning! VERY IMPORTANT, PLEASE leave a way for us to contact you w/your comment just in case “YOU” are the lucky winner! For EXTRA entries, you can spread the word about this release on Facebook, tweet about it OR even instagram it! #mycreativetime! GOOD LUCK EVERYONE & let’s start spreading the word!;)
Hello everyone! I’ve kind of been in treat bag mode lately! I decided to use some of my Lawn Fawn products this time to create a fun Valentine’s Day goodie bag for the Lawn Fawnatics challenge #45 Lots of Love.
Here’s the front of my goodie bag.
I used the the Lawn Fawn goodie bag die for my bag. I die cut just the top section of the bag again with some mermaid cardstock. I used a cute scallop border from another die set and added that to the bottom section of the top piece. Here’s a close look at the goodie bag.
There you have it! Check out the Lawnfawnatics challenge blog and join the fun! Here’s a list of supplies that I used.
Lawn Fawn Goodie Bag
Lawn Fawn candy hearts
Lawn Fawn outside in stitched heart stackables
Lawn Fawn shadow box theatre add-on
Lawn Fawn Really Rainbow 6×6 papers
Lawn Fawn Ballet Slippers cardstock
Lawn Fawn Mermaid cardstock
Lawn Fawn Vanilla Malt cardstock
Lawn Fawn Raspberry cardstock
Lawn Fawn White embossing powder
Lawn Fawn Love Letters stamp set
Lawn Trimmings Silver sparkle
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a cute little treat bag that I created with some new Lawn Fawn stamps and dies as well as a few older Lawn Fawn dies. I am a huge fan of Lawn Fawn products. They have cornered the market on cuteness in my opinion. Heres a photo of the treat bag that I created.
I used the Lawn Fawn treat bag die as the base for my project. I also used their new Perfectly Plaid spring design papers to die cut the bag. If you love plaids then this collection pack is a must have! I wanted my treat bag to have a little interaction so I used the Lift the Flap die set and cut a hidden flap on the front of my treat bag.
When the flap is open you will see the little Easter eggs.
There you have it! Have a great week!
Lawn Fawn products used
Treat Bag Die
Lift the Flap Die
Grassy Border Die
Happy Easter Border Die
Some Bunny Stamp and Die set
Perfectly Plaid Spring 12×12 Collection
Hi everyone! Today I want to share a couple of little Easter treat holders. Mary at CardzTV is having a 3D challenge. For the challenge you are to create a treat holder for Easter. I used the CardzTv stamp set Happy Days for my project. I actually created a treat bag as well as a little pillow box.
For the little treat bag I used some really fun colored vellum from Doodlebug. It has little dots on it as well. It comes in some really fun spring colors and I thought the purple would look cute with my little “peep” die cut.
The treat bag is a die from Stampin Up. I used a Martha Stewart border punch as a little belly band and placed my die cut peep onto some stitched ovals. I added a little die cut tag and stamped Happy Easter on it and then finished it off with a little twine bow.
I used my Pillow Box punch board for the little Easter pillow box. I placed the die cut peep onto a circle and then layered a scalloped circle behind it. I stamped the Happy Easter sentiment onto some pink cardstock then used a small scallop circle to punch it out.
There you have it! Have a fabulous week!!
Hi everyone welcome to the Fall Thrills & Halloween Chills Blog Hop.
This hop is all about the beauty of Fall and the haunting spookiness of Halloween all wrapped up in one. So grab a cup of hot cocoa and enjoy the thrills and chills along the way.
There are six stops and you won’t want to miss any of them!
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For my project I decided to create two different Halloween Treat Bags.
Here s a closeup of the first treat bag. It’s actually a cut little treat sack created from the Stampin Up Mini Treat Bag Thinlit Die. I love the little zig zag edge. The design paper is also from Stampin Up.
For the second little treat holder I created something a little smaller. I used the same Stampin Up design paper and a fun little stamp set. I punched out a couple of stars from black glimmer paper.
Now for why blog candy… I decided to give away a little kit so you can recreate these two treat holders just in time for Halloween. All you need to do is comment and follow my blog. That’s it. Next stop is Georgiana. Make sure you check out all of the blogs along the way for some amazing inspiration!
Blog line up:
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