Sneak Peek # 6 Perfect Pennants

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Here is a card showing sneak peeks on several items.  First is the stamp set Perfect Pennants. Second is the new Fringe Scissors. Finally, the embossing folder is from Saleabreation.

I have to admit I have seen fringe scissors in the family dollar stores etc.  They were cheap and a waste of time and my few dollars.  Stampin’ Up!s scissor are heavy duty.  They well constructed, and work like a charm.  A few snips and you have a nice paper accent for your card.  These scissors would also be great for grass or a Hawaiian skirt.

The base is Coastal Cabana, layered with Baked Brown Sugar and Whisper White.  The Whisper White Layer was embossed with a new folder Decorative Dots that will be FREE with a $50 purchase during Saleabration (January 28-March 31).

A 1″ strip of Coastal Cabana was cut about half way up with the Fringe Scissors.  Next is a layer of Designer Series Paper from the Fresh Prints Designer Series Paper Stack place over the fringe and both layers are adhered to the Whisper White layer.  White Bakers Twine is wrapped around twice.

Baked Brown Sugar is punched with the Large Scallop Circle Punch.  The white dots are made with the white chalk marker.  The verse is stamped and punched with the 1 3/4″ Circle Punch.  Dimensionals are used to layer the punched pieces.

With the New Year arriving in just hours, remember “life doesn’t have to be perfect to be wonderful.”  I wish you a wonderful 2014.

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Sneak Peek # 5 Perfect Pennants

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Here is another stamp set called Perfect Pennants.  This another great set that can be feminine or masculine.

The card base is Pacific Point with a layer of Pacific Point with the bottom section run through the Big Shot and Chevron embossing folder.  A 2″ strip of Kaleidoscope Designer Series Paper over the seam.  A tag was made with the new Angle Tag Punch. The verse is stamped in Pacific Point ink.  A silver button was added and the knot is with the new Silver Bakers Twine.

Depending on the verse you stamped inside, this could be a birthday card, get well card or a thinking of you card.

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Sneak Peek # 4 Love You To The Moon

 

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A final sneak peek for the stamp set Love You to the Moon.  I think the new angular tag punch is a little more masculine than the scallop tag punch.

Usually people think of Valentine’s Day cards as frilly and feminine.  I thought this was a nice masculine card.  It has an Early Espresso base.  Crumb Cake was embossed with the wood grain embossing folder.  A strip of  Designer Series Paper (DSP) cut 2″ x 4″.  The tag is punched from Real Red.  The verse Love You is stamped in Real Red on Whisper White card stock the punched with the large oval punch. Natural Chevron ribbon was added to the end of the tag.

 

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Sneak Peek #3 Love You To The Moon

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Day three of sneak peeks for you.  Here is a 4″ square card using the new stamp set Love You to the Moon. The Envelope Board Punch makes it easier to make and mail unusual sized cards.  You can make matching envelopes with Designer Series Paper.

The base of the card is 8″ x 4″ folded in half.  The Whisper White is cut 3 3/4″ square.  The DSP is from Fresh Prints Designer Series Paper Stack cut 3 3/4″ x 1 1/2″.  A 2 1/2″ circle was punched from Baked Brown Sugar embossed with a new folder from the Saleabration Catalog.  The image was colored with Real Red and Coastal Cabana and cut out using the  Big Shot and Chalk Talk framelits.

A wonderful “Im thinking of you” card.  Have you made a New Years Resolution to send Happy Mail to people?  I think this one would bring a smile to the receiver.

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Sneak Peek #2 Love You To The Moon

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Here is another sneak peek at the stamp set Love You To The Moon.  If you look closely there is a sneak peek at a new scallop tag punch and a scallop embossing folder too.

With the new punch, this card only takes minutes to make.  Coastal Cabana is the card base, with a layer of Real Red.  A banner was made using Fresh Prints Designer Series Paper Stack.  A white tag with the image from Love You to the Moon is stamped with Coastal Cabana ink.  A little scrap of Coastal Cabana run through the new embossing folder.  A little bit of Whisper White taffeta ribbon on the top and Voila.  A super cute card.

Obviously, this card can be used for Valentine’s Day; however, I think it would make a great card for grandchildren/grandparents.  My daughter and her grandmother always play a little game where they tell each other they love each other all over the world, all over the moon, all over the universe.  This would be a great card for my daughter to make her grandmother for Grandparents Day or as a birthday card.  Children love the opportunity to be creative as well as adults.  Do you have paper therapy time with your children?  If I knew then, what I know now, I would have invested in the tape company.  I cannot say how much duct tape and transparent tape over the years.  Add my snail adhesive too that-Oh My I don’t want to think about it.

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Sneak Peek #1 & Prize

Here is a little sneak peek of a stamp set called Love You to the Moon and Fresh Prints Designer Series Paper Stack.  I love those little stacks of paper, don’t you?  This is just one of the projects I made using Love You to the Moon.

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These are cute little 3″ x 3″ Valentine’s Day cards with matching envelopes.  I stamped the images  with Cherry Cobbler ink on Whisper White card stock and punched them out with the Label Bracket Punch.

Next, they are layered on Coastal Cabana  card stock with dimensionals.  An 1″ strip of DSP was cut into a banner to layer as well.

These can be used as tags for Valentine’s Day gifts or write a message on the inside for a little love note.

For an extra touch, I used the envelope liner framelits to line the small white envelopes with coordinating paper from the Fresh Prints Designer Series Paper Stack.  I didn’t add these to the photo.  All 4 little cards and envelopes fit into the little box.

For the box, I started with a 61/4″ x 6 1/4″ Coastal Cabana card stock.  I then punched and scored at 2 5/8″ and 3 5/8″ on all four sides. The corners are cut with paper snips.  Fold and score on all the lines.  Use adhesive on the of the box flaps, and fold to make your box.  On the flat side of the box that doesn’t have the flaps, I decorated with a 3″ x 3″ piece of Designer Series Paper (DSP).

Place the cards and envelopes inside the box.  Tie a piece of Cherry Cobble 1 1/4″ ribbon to seal the box.

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More Gift Bow Ideas

Earlier I posted my snowman and commented on all the things you could make with the Gift Bow Die.  Did I stick in the photos of those ideas?  Heck no.  Sorry, I think my long term memory wasn’t working properly.  I am not giving step by step directions. They are all pretty easy items.

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Pumpkin could also be an apple by changing the color to red.

First is a pumpkin.  I thought I was so creative coming up with this idea.  At the daycare I used to work at, we made pumpkins out of straight strips of orange construction paper.  The kids wrote what they were thankful for on them.  Then we hooked brads at both ends and added green pipe cleaners for the stems.  So I thought I had this awesome idea.  Then I saw one on You Tube.  I guess I was not the only person ever to make pumpkins with strips of paper with kids before.

 

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Next I made some angels.  Mine are based on several You Tube videos.  The first one is made with pink card stock stamped with orange. This was for my friend and customer.  Pink and orange is her favorite color combination.

 

 

Velum angle

Velum angle

Next I made a velum angel.  I stamped her with white Staz On for a tone on tone look.

 

 

 

 

I made an ornament made from velum stamped an embossed with silver.

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imageLastly, I actually used the Gift Bow Die to make a bow.  If your package is small enough, use some retired Designer Series Paper (DSP) to wrap the present in.  Use coordinating DSP for the bow.  It looks like you had it professionally wrapped.

 

 

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Snowman That Doesn’t Melt

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Here is snowman you don’t have to worry about melting all over the place.  He is just one of the many things you can make with the Gift Bow Die in the Holiday Catalog.  You may think that it is a lot of money for something that just makes bows.  Which would be true if it really ONLY made bows.

It can make bows, flowers, pumpkins, apples, angels, ornaments, and snowmen.  Believe it or not the snowman doesn’t take that long to make.

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Here is my original snowman I learned to make from Anne Granger, a demonstrator from Canada. I liked him quite a bit, but I thought he could be a little fuller so used her basic idea and changed it up a bit.

Click on any of the images to see larger. I have quite a few photos so you can see what I did step by step.  I had originally wanted to try a video.  However we were having an ice storm and I wanted all electronics to be charged in case we did lose power and we needed them later on.

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Step One

So lets get started. 1. The center is a 4″ x 6″ sheet of white card stock. Score it the long way every 3/4″ inches.

 

 

You will have a small 1/4″ section on the end to put sticky strip.  Once you have the sticky strip on the edge, peel the red plastic off and make a tube.  It will be shaped like a

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Place three rows of sticky strip.

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Stamp your pieces with Gorgeous Grunge

pentagon on the end.  One the outside of tube place three rows of sticky strip. Eventually you will have to add a fourth.  Set this aside while you prepare his body.  You will want to cut 5 large bows and 5 small bows.  I stamped on them using the Gorgeous Grunge stamp set in Soft Sky.  It also looks very nice in Smokey Slate.  This just give your snowman some added dimension so he isn’t stark white.  Also punch a 2″ circle for the base to help him stand better.  One the bow pieces bend the tabs down.

 

Place small bow on first.

Place small bow on first.

Now to assemble the snowman.  Take your tube and remove two layers of the sticky strip.   You will put the layer of small bows on first.  This will be your snowman’s head.  Place the first folded tab on the edge of the tube.  I made sure these are even with the edge to help make sure everything stayed level.   Continue this with all the small bow pieces.

 

 

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add row of sticky strip under his head.

Once you have all 5 small bows on your tube for his head, place another layer of red sticky strip under your snowman’s head.

 

 

 

 

 

 

add the large bow for the body

add the large bow for the body

Peel off all three rows of sticky strip.  The large bow pieces will make the body sections.  Again I started at the edge of the tube to make sure all my folded edges lined up to help keep the snowman level.  Then I put the second folded tab under the head, then just used my index finger to press the middle of the bow to the middle strip.  I did this with all five large bow pieces.  Now you have a completed snowman body.

 

Next, I turned my snowman upside down on his head.  I added liquid glue to the bottom to

Glue 2" circle to base

Glue 2″ circle to base

add the 2″ circle base to help him stand better.  A hot glue gun would also work and dry faster.

 

While the base was drying I worked on his hat and nose.  The nose was just a piece of scrap Pumpkin Pie card stock.  I rolled it into a cone shaped, added a little liquid glue to the edge and let that dry.  My cone was not even on the end so I snipped it level so I could attach it to the face of my snowman.

Hat pieces

Hat pieces

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cut notches

The hat was made with Basic Black card stock.  I punched a 2″ circle, a 1 3/4″ circle and a rectangle that measured 2 1/2″ x 6″.  (You could change the 2 1/2″ depending if you wanted taller or shorter top hat.) I scored 3/8″ on each of the long sides. This is where I place the sticky strip.  I also cut notches on the edges to help make the circle easier to fold without being so bulky.  Roll one edge on the edge of the 1 3/4″ circle.  I then peeled the short piece of sticky strip to make a tube.  When I tried making a tube with the six inch piece first it was a hair too big to fit on the 1 3/4″ circle- do just a word of advice there.  Once the top is on, adhere it to the base of the hat.

top hat

top hat

Once the hat is done, add some ribbon.  For this snowman I used the burlap ribbon which I cut in half length wise.  I then glued the hat to the snowman’s head the same way I added the base.

I glued on the carrot nose and two 3/8″ circles for the eyes.  I used a white marker for the highlights.  On my first snowman I used the black candy dots, which were much easier since they are self adhesive.  I used cut burlap ribbon for the scarf on this one.  The first one, I used the 1 1/4″ Cherry Cobbler ribbon.  Both are from the Holiday catalog.

Completed snowman

Completed snowman

My first sample was holding a sign that said Joyful Tidings. I think this snowman needs a sign as well.  I will have to go back and add that.  Also, if you have small twigs from trees in your yard, you could hot glue those on for arms.  When I made these snowmen, I didn’t have any twigs in my yard.  After this weekends ice storm, I am sure I will be able to find some.

 

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Quick Idea #6

Here is a cute box using the Envelope Punch Board. It’s a perfect box for jewelry or a peanut butter cup. One of my favorites of course.

imageI learned to make one of these cute little boxes from Diane Dimich, a fellow demonstrator,  I added the belly band and bow to make it Christmas present.  However, change the colors and it could be for almost any occasion.

Start with a 51/4″ square piece of

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card stock.  You will punch and score twice on each side.  First at 2 1/4″ and then again at 3″.  It should look something like this.

Next use your scissors to snip the corners to the intersections. Fold the little tabs up.  I do not cut the off because I feel it makes the box slightly stronger at the bottom.  Also, if it were to hold earrings or jewelry of some sort, it’s less likely to fall out of the package.

imageFrom there I just closed the box.  Since I was using my boxes for peanut butter cups, I did not use any glue on the edges.  I used a 7″x 1 1/2″ strip of Designer Series Paper (DSP) to make a belly band,  I used the Gift Bow Die for the bow (I followed the directions that come with the die.) and attached it with glue dots.

If you were using this for something other than candy, you could put a thin line of multi purpose glue on the edges of three of the tabs, and leave the top open.

It may be seem like a lot of money for the Gift Bow die, however if you go on You Tube or Pinterest, you will find lots of ideas.  Go to my Facebook Page and you will see ideas that I have found and made but have not had time to write blog posts for.  Which I will be doing over my upcoming vacation so make sure you come back often.

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Quick Gift Idea #5

Here is another super fast idea.  This idea has been around forever.  Ok, at least as long as I have been stamping….same thing right??  If you have never seen these before they are called Sour Cream Containers.

imageThese are even easier to make with Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Paper Packs. One sheet of paper is all you need with some sticky strip to hold it together. They can also be made with a quarter sheet of card stock.

 

 

First place a strip of stick strip on the short side of what you want to be the outside of the package.

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imageNext turn your paper over, on the two long sides add sticky strip as well. In the photo is shows going half way across, this wasn’t quite long enough.  Go about 2/3 the way across.

Peel of all the protective red covering.  Make a tube shape (it will look like a toilet paper roll). Seal one end of the tube. Place chocolate treats inside, or other small gift.  Pinch the other end in the opposite direction.

Stamp a gift tag of your choice.  I used Tags 4 You and the Label Bracket Punch.  I used a 1/16″ punch and some silver twine to attach the tag.  Easy peasy.

Supplies needed for this project:

  • #  133293 (w) # 133294 (c ) Tags 4 You/ Label Bracket Punch Bundle
  • # 132181 Seasons of Style Designer Series Paper Stack
  • # 104294 Sticky Strip
  • # 126966 Cherry Cobbler Classic Ink Pad
  • # 100730 Whisper White Card Stock
  • 1/16″ hole punch
  • silver twine

 

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Quick Gift Idea #4

Here is another quick gift idea.  A popcorn wrapper.  This is also a gift idea young children

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can do as well.  My daughter made one of these one her own (she is 8), I helped with the embossing so she wouldn’t burn her fingers. Depending on the child’s age, stamping with ink would be perfectly fine.

I do not have pictures for assembly but I think it is simple enough, they really weren’t needed.

Start with a piece of card stock 6″x12″. I used Cherry Cobbler Core’dinations card stock from the clearance bin. (Stock up on this stuff it is wonderful and once it is gone, it is gone.) I stamped using Off the Grid and Gorgeous Grunge.  I then embossed with silver embossing powder.  Next, for a worn look, I sanded randomly with a sanding block.  One one of the 6″ ends, run a strip of red sticky tape.  I folded the project into approximately thirds. I loosely wrapped it around the package of microwave popcorn.

I used Gumball Green for a belly band 1 1/2″x 11 1/2″. I randomly stamped snowflakes from Endless Wishes photopolymer stamp se with Smokey Slate ink to carry over the silver/gray look.  Unfortunately, this stamp set has sold out.  I hope you ordered yours when you had the chance, it’s super cute.  Any snow flake stamp set will do.  Place a strip of red sticky strip on the 1 1/12″ ends.  Wrap around the red envelope.

I then stamped the large snowflake from Endless Wishes on Whisper White. I cut it out with the Big Shot and the smallest Deco Labels framelits set.  Place a rhinestone in the center for some bling. Use dimensionals to attach it to the belly band.

Finally, at the top of your popcorn wrapper, punch a 1/4″ hole through both layers.  Add about 30″ of ribbon through both holes and tie the two ends together with a knot.  Place popcorn over the ribbon, push down into the wrapper.  When the ribbon is pulled, the popcorn will slide up out of the package.

Supplies needed for this project:

  • # 127846 Cherry Cobbler Core’dinations Card Stock
  • # 126840 Gumball Green Card Stock
  • #  100730 Whisper White Card Stock
  • # 131179 Smokey Slate Classic Ink Pad
  • # 109131 Silver Stampin’ Embossing Powder
  • # 119246 Rhinestone Basic Jewels
  • # 104294 Sticky Strip
  • # 130102 Deco Labels Collection Framelits
  • # 113439 Big Shot Die Cutting Machine
  • # 126877 Whisper White 1/4″ Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon
  • 1/4″ hole punch -any hand held paper punch from your local dept. store

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Quick Gift Idea #3

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Need a little box to put chocolates or something small? Here is a cute box that only uses half a sheet of paper.

With a half sheet of paper measuring  5 1/2″ x  8 1/2″.  Score the two longs sides at 1 1/2 ” from the edges.

Score the short sides 3 1/2″ from the end.  Snip score line up to the 1 1/2″ line.

Bring the sides up and adhere  to form your box.

The hat is Basic Black card stock cut 2″ x 1 3/4″.  The rim is 3″ x 1/2″. The band is a scrap piece of Designer Series Paper.  I used the  Bird punch for the greenery, and the Owl punch  punch for the Holly berries. Eyes and buttons are using the itty bitty shapes punch pack.  Make sure to use a white gel pen or Chalk Marker to enhance the eyes.

Free hand cut a triangle for the nose from Pumpkin Pie card stock. Use a sponge dauber and Pink Pirouette ink for the cheeks. Use a Basic Black marker to draw the mouth.
Supplies for making this project:
  • # 117191 Bird Builder Punch
  • # 118074 Owl Builder Punch
  • # 100730 Whisper White Card Stock
  • # !21045 Basic Black Card Stock
  • # 100082 Basic Black Stampin Write Marker
  • # 105117 Pumpkin Pie Card Stock
  • # 126956 Pink Piroutte Ink Pad
  • # 102892 Sponge Daubers
  • # 102584 Garden Green Casd Stock
  • # 102482 Real Red Card Stock

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Quick Gift Idea #2

Here is a simple gift card holder that literally took minutes to make.  Does this look some what like an envelope to you?  Well it was made with the Envelope Liners Framelits Dies.

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We are taking super simple.  Cut two pieces of Designer Series Paper (DSP) using the middle size envelope liner.  For the front piece, fold down the flap to desired length, I did not measure, I just turned it back until it “looked good”. Glue the sides and bottoms together with Tombo liquid glue or red sticky strip.

Next, wrap a piece of the Cherry Cobbler !” Stitched Edge Grosgrain Ribbon around the envelope and tie a knot.  Sorry once again, I did not measure.

I stamped a snowflake and verse from Endless Wishes photopolymer stamp set (which sadly has sold out, but you could use snowflakes and verses from other sets).  I punched snowflake/verse with the 1 3/4″ circle punch. Every gift needs a little bling so I punched a heart from Silver Glimmer Paper.

Taaahh Daaahhh there you have a quick and easy gift card holder.  Now insert the gift card and wait for people to compliment you on such creative packaging.

Supplies needed for this project:

  • # 132172 Envelope Liners Framelits Die
  • # 113439 Big Shot Die Machine
  • # 132135 Cherry Cobbler 1″ Stitched Edge Grosgrain Ribbon
  • # 117193 Small Heart Punch
  • # 124005 Silver Glimmer Paper
  • # 126926 Modern Medley Designer Series Paper
  • # 104294 Sticky Strip or # 110755 Multi Liquid Glue

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Quick Gift Ideas #1

OMG as the kids say.  Where has the time gone? Last I knew it was Thanksgiving vacation and I had made all sorts of quick ideas to share with you.  I took photos and everything!  I planned on having several ideas and posts for items you could make coworkers, postal workers, your bank teller, or anyone you can think of.  Now it looks like you will get them all at once.

imageOf course my first project includes chocolate. Actually, I think they all do in one form or another.  This treat holder holds the little Hershey chocolate bars that you can get at the dollar store and there are 8 per package.

I used the Envelope Board Punch.  This is my favorite new tool.  I cannot say enough about it.  It makes envelope and box making SO much easier.  Start off with a 4 1/2″ square of Designer Series Paper (DSP).  Place your paper into the Envelope Board Punch at 1 1/2″. Punch and score.  image

 

 

 

 

 

 

Turn your paper 90 degrees to the left, place your paper on the 3″ mark, punch and score. Turn your paper 90 degrees to the left again, place your paper at the 1 1/2″ mark, punch and score.  Finally, for the last side, turn your paper 90 degrees to the left, line it up at the 3″ mark, punch and score.image

A little trick I learned was once you punch and score the first line at 1 1/2″, you don’t really need to measure any more.  Line the little “tail” of the punch mechanism with the score line every time you rotate your paper.  It will line up perfectly.  However, I made sure to add the measurements, just incase you don’t have this wonderful tool yet.  It can be made with a ruler and scoring tool of sorts and snip the corner with your scissors.

Once you have punched and scored all the corners; use the corner rounder and round one of the corners of the big triangular sides.

 

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imageAnd of the opposite side snip about a 1/2″ off.  This is what your final piece should look like after punching, scoring, corner rounding and snipping.

 

 

 

 

Place your candy bar of choice inside.  Fold the two short ends in, fold the snipped side, up.  I did not use any adhesive, you could use glue dots if you wanted to.image

 

 

 

 

 

 

Finally, I stamped the snowflake from A Round Array  on Whisper White card stock with coordinating ribbon.  Punched it out using the 7/8″ scallop circle punch.  I tied the package with some white ribbon.  I placed the image on top with a imagedimensional.

 

 

Change the colors to  blue and silver and you would have a completely different look to it.  Make pink ones for Valentine’s Day.  Pick pastel  yellows and greens and it could be used as favors at at baby shower.  The possibilities are endless.

Supplies needed to make this project:

  • # 133774 Envelope Punch Board
  • # 129087 (W) 129090  ( C ) A Round Array Stamp Set
  • #  129404 7/8″ Scallop Circle Punch
  • # 132181 Seasons of Style Designer Series Paper Stack
  • # 100730 Whisper White Card Stock
  • Ribbon and ink in coordinating colors.

 

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