Friday, December 20, 2013

A Little Wishy

Another project with Washi Tape today.  This card is for my nephew so I had to refrain from using any glitz or glamour!

I wanted to share our Core'dinations card stock with you which gives you a variation in color when you sand it.  Perfect when using embossing folders.

Thanks for stopping by.  Be safe.

Thursday, December 19, 2013

You're The Best

Creating with these stamps was so much fun!  I even surprised myself.  This looks "messy" which has been difficult for me to do.  It still has a little control in the design, if that makes any sense.

The colors I used were Always Artichoke, Tangerine Tango and Crumb Cake. I don't remember the stamp name for the leaf, will look up tomorrow & add then.

Thanks for looking.

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Pretty Packages

Pick bags or boxes, or both!  Our Tag a Bag Gift Boxes are an easy way to create party favors, gifts, treats.  They come in a set of 8 (each 6-7/8" x 2-1/8" x 2-1/2") with acetate sleeves.  The cost is $6.95 and easy to decorate with our Tag  a Bag Accessory Kit.  Not just for Christmas.

Wishy Washi

Having fun creating with Washi Tape, which is a decorative Japanese tape.  It is somewhat translucent and is easily removed and replaced.  Great for attaching photos or accessories.  A great & inexpensive gift.  Did I mention fun?

Stocking Stuffer #4

I'm always looking for something to take notes with.  Using little comp books, decorate with paper, die-cuts and stamps.  Adorable!

Stocking Stuffer #3

Stampin Up's Tag a Bag Gift Bags make a fun way to give a stocking stuffer.  They are 5" x 8-1/4" and come with a white ombré print.  

Stocking Stuffer #2

I love using brown paper sacks in my projects!  This sack measures 3-1/2" x 5-1/2".

Add a paper doily, a banner out of decorative paper, die cut a label for a background with die-cut trees folded and glued together to make it 3-dimensional and last but not least, add the gift & close it up with ribbon & Baker's Twine!

Marshmallow Santa

Perfect fit!  I was a little concerned that it might not.  I bought the candy hoping to wrap it in the Petite Pocket Die.  

I used Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla & Champagne Glimmer card-stock.  The wrap is fabric that I had here at home, a little embroidery & linen thread, punches and a framelit to add the finishing touches.



Thursday, December 5, 2013

"M" Is For Merry

Here is my "snipped" project for November.  We were given the Kraft Gift Box, Gumball Green 3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon and the Tea Lace Paper Doilie.  Also the Designer Bow.   I love the way it turned out!  The pretty packaging is my favorite part of gift giving because it's my way of saying I wanted to make this extra special!

Enjoy.  If you would like more info on how to make one, please let me know.