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!
Welcome to another Glitter Queen Blog Hop!Love is in the Air is our theme this month. Valentine’s Day right around the corner but still plenty of time to bring in items if need be.
Today I have a treat box that holds cake bites! At least that’s what my local bakery WhatchamaCAKES calls theirs. They are cake pops minus the stick! You can find cake pans that bake this size too. You can also use any candy. Below is shown with Roche Ferraro and Lindor Truffles candies too. But don’t you think the cake bites are a cute change of pace?! Plus I thought it a fun to name it Love Bites. Depending on your mood it can be taken 2 ways!
I focused on products from All My Love Product Suite. For me, I get more value when I purchases within a suite of products as they are designed to work together…NO GUESSING! Product List
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! It’s day 2 of my Gingham Gala Suite Week! I’m showcasing using a suite of products to help us all MAXIMIZE your purchases! Maybe you will be like me and sit down and mass produce 🙂 I designed them for YOU to make the most of this suite.
Today we use the punch board (just like yesterday) to make our envelope. This time, we use it as a treat pouch for the snack size candy bar. WE USE THE EXACT products as yesterday!!!
Hi Everyone! I’m so excited to bring you Gingham Gala Suite Week! 5 Days of projects using basically the same group of products. That really adds value to your paper crafting stash when you can bring it in and make several things right away. And that’s what I wanted to do for you! On day 3 of my projects, I will have a FREE downloadable PDF for you.
I featured these last week on my VIP Facebook Group. It’s free to join and no obligations other than to spread crafty happiness! Click here to join!
TIP! Print the template and print on regular/scrap printer paper, Cut and test how it fits. (I did print out twice and it fit great for me.) If okay, print on cardstock for a nice sturdy template! If by chance it’s slightly off, make modifications using my FREE template as a starting point! 🙂
General Instructions:: Print Sweet Cups Template. Cut out template and trace on Designer Paper. Use Multipurpose Glue to adhere onto the Sweet Cup. I recommend Multipurpose Glue so you have a little play adjusting the paper to the cup!
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When someone receives a handmade card or gift, they feel special. And I love making others feel special, don’t you? Through stamps, paper and ink, I can make someone’s day!
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