Hey everyone! Today is Day one of MCT’s 109th Edition Release Sneak Peeks. Here is what I created!
I created a fun little treat box using the short milk treat box die and a pretty little doily from the bunch of stitched doily dies.
***SNEAK PEEK GIVEAWAY!***
We will be giving away the sets we are showcasing each day to ONE lucky winner! ALL winners will be announced on Emma’s blog on Friday during the blog hop! 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 OR even instagram it! #mycreativetime! GOOD LUCK EVERYONE & let’s start spreading the word!;)
Hello everyone! Today I’m sharing a fun Valentine treat holder with you using some amazing products from MCT. Here’s a look at what I created.
I used some papers from last years Authentique Valentine Collection. I filled my little treat holder with some yummy candies. I die cut the bird from white cardstock and colored him with my Copic markers. Here’s another look.
I tried to color the bird to match the little birds on the paper that I used. There you have it! Below is a list of all of the wonderful products from MCT that I used.
Belly Band Dies
Lucky Bird Die
Treat Sleeve Die
Welcome to our 2nd day of our 5 Days of Christmas! Today we all will be showcasing some quick & EASY Treat Holders!
Here’s my project for you.
I used the revised Sleigh Treat Box die for my treat holder. This die goes together super quick and easy. I used some gold foil cardstock to cut out the sleds for my treat holder. I actually cut them out twice and glued them together so they would be gold on both sides. Here’s a closer look.
I used the same gold foil cardstock to cut the bow and also added a gold embossed sentiment using the Gift Card Greetings set.
***GIVEAWAY*** Don’t forget to leave your comments on all of our blogs for a chance to win a $15 gift card to the My Creative Time store!
Come back tomorrow for Day 3.
Hooray it’s Day 3 of the 104th Edition Release sneak peeks. We are showcasing some fun new Bat Bow Dies. For my project I used the fun size bat bow die.
I used the really cute ghost lollipop holder die for my project. The fun size bow made the perfect bow tie for my little ghost.
I made a little tag with the Little Gift Tag dies and added it to the top of the ghost.
***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! The theme today is “I Need a Favor” over on the MCT blog. Here’s the project I created.
I cut my treat box using the Treat Pouch Die from some pretty plaid paper from Lawn Fawn. The fun little sun, cloud, and sentiment came from the You Are My Sunshine stamp and die set. Here’s a closer look at the sentiment.
I did use some pretty pearlescent vellum to die cut one of the clouds. I used some foam adhesive to add them to the front of the treat box. I used some yellow seam binding to add extra texture to the project.
This is a super quick and easy treat holder which can be easily mass produced. Thanks for stopping by and make sure you check out the MCT blog for more inspiration.
Hello everyone! Today I have a quick Valentine project to share with you using the gorgeous new Graphic 45 Love Notes collection. Stay tuned at the end of the video for a quick tutorial.
Hello everyone! Today I’m sharing a fun #SimplyG45 Halloween project with you. This is a fun way to give treats for Halloween. For this project I used the amazing G45 Halloween in Wonderland DCE. Check out my video below and stay tuned to the end for the tutorial on how you can create this fun project.
Hello everyone! It’s Friday so that means it’s time for another challenge over at PDE Linky Party! This will be the last challenge for 2016. The challenge this week is “Anything Goes!”. I decided to create a little cocoa pouch using some fun papers from Echo Park’s I Love Winter collection by Lori Whitlock.
I used some fun doily dies, scallop circle dies, and circle punches to create several layers to add to the center of the pouch. The pouch is a die cut also.
The cute little mittens were from a border strip off of the design paper that I cut out with a circle punch. I used snowflake punch to add some glittery snowflakes and added a little red bling to the centers. I decided the little mittens needed some sparkle as well!
There you have it! I added some yummy cocoa and a peppermint stick to the inside of the pouch and tied it off with some pretty ribbon. Make sure you join the fun at PDE Linky Party! Have a great New Year!
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!