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Candy Roll

I’m playing catchup this week and as I crawl out from under my mountain of crafting supplies, I thought I’d share some of the projects I made in the past few weeks.

This is a Pinterest-inspired candy roll. I upcycled a cardboard tube with DSP, filled it with candy, and wrapped it with a . . . → Read More: Candy Roll

The “quick, simple, easy” Christmas Card

Each year I say that I’m going to design a “quick, simple, easy” Christmas card that is ready to go by December 1st. And every year I am cursing my overambitious self as I rush to get them completed and out the door the week of the 25th.

My “simple, easy, quick” card this . . . → Read More: The “quick, simple, easy” Christmas Card

World Card Making Day – OWH Blog Hop

I’ve been in a card making funk lately. Besides the little notes I’ve been making for my son’s lunchbox (which I’m now a full two weeks behind on posting), I haven’t made any cards in quite awhile. I just haven’t been inspired.

But then last week on Twitter I discovered a blog hop and . . . → Read More: World Card Making Day – OWH Blog Hop

August Class Planner – Christmas Planner

Ever have one of those projects that you want to make, but never find the time? This Christmas Planner is one of those for me. I’ve had the supplies for YEARS and never sat down to actually plan out the design I had in my head. But I was determined to get it done, and . . . → Read More: August Class Planner – Christmas Planner

Cookie Exchange

I was invited to a cookie exchange this year and decided to glam up my offerings a bit. First, they were kind of gooey and I wanted to make sure that they didn’t all stick together. Second, they all had peanut butter in them so I wanted to keep them separated in case any of . . . → Read More: Cookie Exchange

Christmas Card 2011

Here’s the Christmas card I made this year. I have to admit, watercoloring is not my favorite activity, but I think I finally got the hang of it after making a bunch of these. I actually designed them last year, so the ribbon is one that is retired. I ended up making and sending new . . . → Read More: Christmas Card 2011

Faux Metal Mini Tutorial

I can’t remember the last time I used the faux metal technique, so I broke out my embossing supplies and gave it a go to make a Christmas in July card.

The supplies I needed were my embossing heat tool, Brushed Silver cardstock, Silver embossing powder, Versamark ink pad, and a stamp. I chose the . . . → Read More: Faux Metal Mini Tutorial

Gift Tags

A package isn’t complete without a gift tag. Here’s a little cello bag that can hold a bunch of handmade gift tags.

Gift Bags

Did you know it’s easy to make your own gift bags? You can start with a blank one, and jazz it up with a sheet of cardstock, a strip of designer series paper, and a few die cuts from your Big Shot. Stampin’ Up even carries the little white gift sacks for less than $1 . . . → Read More: Gift Bags

Gift Cards

Gift cards are the in gifts this year. They are easy to purchase and are always the right shape, color, and size.

Gift cards no longer have that impersonal stigma like they used to have. And you can give one an even more homey feeling but enclosing it in a cute gift card holder like . . . → Read More: Gift Cards

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