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Can gift package

This is one of my favorite ways to package gifts. I was trying to find a way to glitz up a pair of earrings. First I tried the Candy Wrapper die but the earring box was a little too wide. Then I tried the Matchbox die, but the jewelry box was too high. Then I . . . → Read More: Can gift package

Wrapped box

Here’s another use for those DSP scraps. This time I just wrapped a 6×8 inch scrap around a box. I finished the wrapping with letters cut from the Naturally Serif Sizzlets Decorative Strip Die. So easy and elegant. A perfect way to use up some of that Halloween Designer Series Paper!

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Personalized Wrapping

I’m clearing out space for all my fun new items from the 2011-2012 catalog. Tonight I’m using up my scraps from last year’s Designer Series Paper. I needed to wrap a gift so I used kraft paper, DSP, and my Big Shot to make personalized wrapping paper. I ran scraps through my Big Shot machine . . . → Read More: Personalized Wrapping

Seuss Shirts

It was Seuss week at my sons’ school and today was “dress like your favorite Seuss character day”. I decided to make them matching Thing 1 and Thing 2 shirts and used my stamping supplies to quickly make their shirts before school this morning. Seriously, it took me less than 30 minutes to make their . . . → Read More: Seuss Shirts

Lego Birthday

One of my son’s friends had a Lego-themed birthday party recently. For a gift, I made Lego minifig crayons by melting broken crayons and reshaping them in a silicone minifig ice cube tray. Easy and fun! To package the crayons, I put them in a small cello bag tied with some of the 1/8″ Taffeta . . . → Read More: Lego Birthday

Birthday Banner

Sorry for the lack of posts lately. Between getting my craft room moved upstairs (it’s just a horrible mess right now), having out-of-town houseguests for a week, celebrating a certain little boy’s birthday, and being diagnosed with some pregnancy complications, life has been a little hectic.

I did manage to stamp a few items . . . → Read More: Birthday Banner

Thank You Candy Wrappers

I’m having a lot of fun with the new Candy Wrapper die from the Holiday Mini catalog. I used it to make thank you gifts for customers who have placed recent orders – I always like to throw a little surprise into the bags when I make deliveries. These were made with paper from the . . . → Read More: Thank You Candy Wrappers

Lollipop flowers

I saw a version of this card on the Stampin’ Up demonstrator site, Stampin’ Connection, and I knew I had to make it. It just makes me smile to look at it, so I can only imagine the happiness it will bring the recipient. Many thanks to Mary Brown for posting her card so that . . . → Read More: Lollipop flowers

Manhattan Flower

For T.’s workshop yesterday, we focused on flower cards. The first card we made used the delicate Manhattan Flower Embossing Folder for the Big Shot. We embossed the flowers on Vellum Cardstock, and then colored in the backside of the flowers with the new Stampin’ Pastels and sponge daubers. A little Snail hidden under the . . . → Read More: Manhattan Flower

Mini File Cabinet (another sneak peek)

Here’s another project we’ll be making at the Back to School Gift Class this weekend.

It’s an adorable little file cabinet made with the MatchBox die and the Big Shot die cut machine. I stacked three matchboxes on top of one another and wrapped them with a strip of Designer Series Paper from . . . → Read More: Mini File Cabinet (another sneak peek)

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