Hi Everyone! Let’s think Spring!!!! With a winter full of ice, blizzards, grey skies and polar vortexes, I need some fun and spring-like projects, don’t you? And that’s theme of this month’s hop!
My project was inspired by my new spring décor. I’ve been itching to use Best Bunny Bundle and now that Easter in in my cross”hares”, let’s create a little punch art! The product list looks long. But really it’s a lot of things most stampers have on hand and you could sub out the colors for any scrap cardstock you have on hand.
Cardstock = CS
Thick Whisper White CS: 8-1/2 x 5-1/2; 3 x 4; scrap for punching
Pool Party CS: 4 x 5-1/4
Highland Heather CS: 3-1/8 x 4-1/8; scrap for die cutting
Daffodil Delight, Flirty Flamingo, Rich Razzleberry, Soft Suede, Granny Apple Green CS: scraps for punching
Punch out images with the following- Bunny Builder/Whisper White CS: Springs/Granny Apple Green; Bitty Blooms/ Daffodil Delight, Flirty Flamingo, Rich Razzleberry, Soft Suede. Take Your Pick Tool’s putty end makes adding these small elements a breeze!
With Oval Framelits, die cut out oval for the egg with Highland Heather CS. With scissors, zig zag cut for egg. For texture, run egg through the Subtle Textured Embossing Folder.
Stamp face on bunny. (option to use crumb cake ink and sponge dauber to ink around edges of bunny parts) Use Flirty Flamingo and Pink Pirouette Stampin Blends to color ears and cheeks. Glue face behind egg and hands on font of egg.
Glue springs behind egg. Add flowers. Set aside.
Emboss Pool Party CS with Subtle Textured Embossing Folder. Adhere to card base.
With Granny Apple Green Ink, stamp grass image multiple times on bottom of Whisper White layer.
Use Blender Pen to blend in color of grass.
With Pool Party Ink, stamp background image.
Add to Highland Heather CS layer.
Add bunny embellishment.
Add Dimensionals to back of rectangle layer and add to card base.
With Clear Wink of Stella, flick specks of glitter all over card front.
Here’s a close up so you can get an idea how sparkly the card is!
Hi Everyone! I am soooo about these Sweet Cups. They are a really good size treat holder and FUN FUN FUN to decorate. I recently did a Facebook Live for my VIP Group ( It’s free to join and no obligation – click here to join!) where this was the main project. I did some other tips and ideas there too. I’m sure you will see more creations using the Sweet Cups from me in the upcoming weeks!
Special thanks to Susan Campfield for sharing her adorable Panda Sweet Treat! Her creation got my wheels a turnin’!
I love punch art! This merges punch art and dies art to make the images. Below is a picture at a glance of what you will need. From the Layering Ovals Framelits – the die cut sizes are the 2-3/4″, 2-1/2″ & 2-1/4″.
You can choose to spritz the container or not. The video tutorial show spritzing but you can skip it for the white bunnies shown above. The video is a start to finish video. Once you get the first one under your belt, you can really quickly mass produce.
TIP! If mass producing die cut 2 at a time! Use 2 layers of cardstock or designer paper when die cutting.
General Instructions: Option to spritz the container and lid using a Stampin’ Spritzer with rubbing alcohol and a few drops of Flirty Flamingo Classic Ink Refills. Set aside to dry. Punch out and die cut images below. Use 1/2″ Circle Punch, 3/4″ Circle Punch, 1″ Circle Punch and the Dog Builder Punch along with the Layering Oval Framelits. Add bakers twine to the back of the heart and assemble bunny as shown.
The list of products might seem long – but items stampers have in their stash for the most part. If you don’t, and need something, these are basic tools and items you will use time and time again!
Hi Everyone! We are on day 3 of Gingham Gala Suite Week! And the 3rd and final project featuring the Gingham Gala Suite and the Envelope Punch Board! Today’s project is a mini basket. The box is from Sam Donaldson design (Thanks Sam!).
The items used are identical to the previous 2 projects (see earlier posts). YES! a group of products with 3 projects to do right away and even in 1 sitting!
Gingham Gala: 6″ x 6″ and 6″ by slightly less than 1″
Scraps of Whisper White and scraps of Daffodil Delight Cardstocks.
Here’s a video tutorial for you!
Here’s what all the projects look in mass! A gala of cool color happiness!
Hi Everyone! Thank you for stopping by our 1st, First Friday Blog Hop! I'm so excited for this monthly hop!
Each First Friday of the month a group of us stampers will be bringing you a hop for inspiration around a theme. EASTER is our theme today and I have a fun little basket using Basket Builder Framelits Dies.
This basket's base measures apprx 1" x 1" – a perfect size for 1 yummy candy egg.
Materials: 2" x 3" Soft Suede Cardstock. Score along the 2" side at 1/2" x 1-1/2". Score along the 3" side at 1" & 2". Scraps of So Saffron, Soft Suede, Sweet Sugarplum, Cucumber Crush to die cut images above.
General Instructions:Make the box bottom (see video). Glue basket components together. Glue basket to box. Add bow to handle of basket.
Hi Everyone! I've been hesitant to post this because the Polka Dot Cellophane Bags are on backorder until March 28th. AFTER Easter..bummer! But just in case you did get them early..here's a few ways to fill them for Easter.
Easter grass and $1 candy from either Walmart or Dollar Tree
Cheese Popcorn – LOL which if you do, fill bottom with grass as the popcorn is too big to get down the bag far enough for my taste!
Other fillers that work great: M&M's (plain fills better than peanuts), jelly beans and any smaller candy.
While Easter treats are this season, I can't wait to use them for drink mix gifts like hot chocolate, cappuccino mixes etc!
I DO HAVE about 3 extra packs. EMAIL ME at email@example.com and we'll work out the details!
I also tied the top with Linen Tread then tied a Cucumber Crush Ribbon!
Hi Everyone! I purchased Circle of Spring stamp set last June and this is my first time using! I got because it's the other 2 seasons (spring & summer) that coordinated with Wonderful Wreath Framelits! I don't mind confessing as it was waiting for me when I needed it! This card is one that we will be making in my March card class for local stampers.
I stamped the wreath in Old Olive then used my Subtle Collections Stampin' Write Markers to color in the flowers and most leaves. On the picture below, I brushed the flowers, wreath and sentiment with Clear Wink of Stella.
The background uses Brick Wall Textured Embossing Folder and I used a Sponge Dauber with Pool Party ink to highlight the brick.
Stamp bow image with Old Olive on scrap of So Saffron Cardstock and die cut with coordinating die from Wonderful Wreath. Stamp sentiment with Old Olive ink and punch out with 1" Circle Punch. Layer with 1-1/4" Scallop Circle Punch with Blushing Bride cardstock.
TIP! I used the Birthday Bouquet Cardstock Pack and will use it in tomorrow post as well.
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