Woo Hoo! Check this out! A Super Duper easy Halloween treat box made with the Envelope Punch Board! The box uses the Cookie Cutter Halloween and Spooky Fun stamp set. This box holds 4 small Halloween treats!
Here's a close up of the Cookie Cutter Halloween vampire on a clothespin. Super easy.
Check out this card featuring the awesome Candy Cane Lane designer series paper from Stampin' Up! The paper has such fun little pictures in it making it easy to create a fun card like this! Check out this paper that needs to be in your Christmas paper stash.
Love these little images! BONUS! And this is the perfect card layout for these lovely little images! The 1 1/4" circles make the perfect size for these fun images!
I finished the card off with the Candy Cane Lane Baker's twine - a perfect little finish! Check out the rounded corners that coordinate with the 1 1/4" circles.
The Candy Cane Lane Designer series paper is one of the papers on sale during October. Check out that special here.
The greeting comes from the Tin of Tags stamp set.
I'll be honest, the Moroccan designer series paper in the Stampin' Up! catalog has not been my favorite. However, there were several color combinations in the paper pack that were intriguing to me. As I was preparing for the designer series paper sale October 1-31, I pulled out those favorite color schemed papers and created this card. It is the same layout of one of my most pinned cards on Pinterest.
I used 1" squares of the Bermuda Bay, Emerald Envy, Basic Gray, Whisper White and Pacific Point colored designer series papers to create the focal point. I added the Greeting from the Hostess set Time of Year which coordinates with the Banners Framelits. The perfect finishing touch is the Bermuda Bay Thick Baker's Twine bow. Add a couple of rhinestones and you have a beauty of a card!
Yes, Designer Series Papers are on sale in October. Check my promotions page for more info. Stay tuned and I will feature more of the sale designer series paper.
After making those super cute Halloween treats last week (Check them out here - complete with video!) I shared one that I did with the Candy Cane Lane designer series paper and the Cookie Cutter Christmas bundle. I wanted you to get a close up of that super easy little treat holder so here it is! Ta Da!
The full details on how to make these easy peasy treat holders you'll find on the video but, suffice it to say, it is truly easy! I love the Cookie Cutter Christmas Bundle! (By the way, that class in the mail has been pretty popular too!) Here you can see the reindeer - hard to see but I used a little of the Gold Wink of Stella on his nose - it has to be shiny you know! The greeting is from the Tin of Tags stamp set in the Holiday catalog - LOVE the saying!
Welcome to the Grand Vacation Achievers Blog Hop for September. This month our theme is the Thankfulness as it is our last hop for the Mediterranean Trip. Next month those that have earned the trip to Thailand in 2017 will be hopping each month. You may just be starting the blog hop here at my blog - BJ Peters or may have come from the person previous to me in the list. If you get off track at any time, the full lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you see all the projects.
Recently I was in a store and saw a pillow with these colors in it. I thought - hmmm, never would I have put those colors together! I used it as inspiration to create this Thanks card. The colors you ask? Night of Navy, Island Indigo, Delightful Dijon and Pear Pizzazz. I added the Black accent and offset it with the Copper Foil cardstock. GORGEOUS!
I used the Flourishing Thinlits. Love how this is set off from the background in the Basic Black cardstock. Check out the detail of the Copper embossing powder. Just LOVE the copper accents! Then sometimes, a card just isn't quite enough. . . add a little somethin' somethin'
Here's a coordinating chocolate box. . . a thank you is better with chocolate right? I used the same color scheme and the envelope punch board to make this cute little beauty.
My Paper Pumpkin came this month, and I have to say that I squealed with delight as I checked out the fun treat tubes in the kit! I immediately wanted more tubes! (ordered several Paper Pumpkin Refill kits!) They are so cute!
Whether you’re planning for Thanksgiving, Halloween, or just autumn in general, Paper Pumpkin has you covered with Something Good to Eat! Fill up those trendy treat tubes and dress them up for any occasion. The designs and stamps are flexible for all your fall festivities!
Do you need more super cute ideas for this kit? Check this out!
Do you want a refill - or frankly, let's be honest - do you want more treat tubes? If you are a Paper Pumpkin subscriber, you can order kit refills for only $8!!! Click here to visit my online store.
And there is still time to get in on the BOGO offer!!!! Don't delay, October 10 is coming soon!
Nothing says comfort more than a cable knit sweater on a cold night. Check out the phenomenal texture created by the Cable Knit Sweater embossing folder. This first of it's kind embossing folder from Stampin' Up! creates deep texture. Check out this Stampin' up! video to see how this embossing folder is different.
I hope this folder stays longer than the length of the Holiday catalog!
Here I have added pine branches from the Pretty Pines Thinlits. The greeting comes from the Christmas Pines stamp set. The Christmas Pines stamp set and the Pretty Pines Thinlits come as a bundle for a savings. For the greeting, I inked the stamp in Real Red and then pulled the ink of of the 2 squirrley pieces with a cotton swab. Then I inked the squirrley pieces with a Garden Green Stampin' Write marker. The layering ovals framelits finish off the greeting with the scalloped oval being from Gold Foil paper.