I love the color challenge at FabFriday
last week and knew that this paper would be a great compliment for it.
The weekend before Christmas and everyone is hurrying and scurrying about, trying to get things done. Here is a cute and quick gift that we put together for our youth leaders at church.
Coordinating card and homemade coffee sugar scrub
The lid of the jar be decorated using the Pointsettia punch. I love this punch!
I hope you can take some time this week and reflect on the reason for Christmas and what it means. Our family is taking the next two weeks off and are looking forward to fun, fellowship and celebrating Jesus.
Good morning friends. I am so excited to share this quick and easy card that I made for this week’s SSINK Sketch Challenge.
And here is my card
I love the simplicity of this design and how you could use any shape for the focal point. In fact, I had so much fun with this I decided to make two cards this week, with the second just slightly different than the first.
Also, you may notice that these cards have a shimmer or just a Wink of Glitter on them. We have an amazing new product coming out in just a few weeks and tonight I played with this for the first time. I instantly fell in love and I think you will as well!
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Remember that the Year End Sale is in full swing and items are while supplies last! There are some great last minute gifts and stocking stuffers to be found on sale.
Hello everyone and welcome to the monthly Inspire, Create, Share Blog Hop!
You may have arrived from Deb’s blog, or are just starting the hop here. Either way I am so glad you are here!
It is amazing how fast the Christmas season came upon us and now we are more than 1/2 way through it. If you are like me, you might be looking for some cute gift packaging ideas. That is what I have to share with you today. My project was created using the Take Out Boxes, All is Calm DSP, some ribbon, a few tags and some pretty, pretty silver accents.
The ribbon and tags is designed to slide off the box easily and remain intact and beautiful! The belly band can then be gently removed and the box opened. I love these contemporary colors of blues, greens and silver at Christmas time. I hope you enjoy this project and it inspires you to create unique gift packaging this holiday season.
Now, you get to hop on over to Olivia’s blog and see what she has in store for you. I am sure it is going to be adorable! Thank you so much for stopping by. Be sure to leave me a note telling me what you thought of my project and please subscribe to my blog so that you never miss a post!
Welcome to the Inspire, Create, Share Blog Hop! This month you are in for a BIG treat!! We have an amazing technique as the theme for our blog hop this month! It is called Triple Time and it is SO MUCH FUN!! Not only that, but it’s quite easy and makes a card that really WOW’s the person receiving it. The amazing and very humble Brian King shared his tutorial HERE which is what I used to create the project below.
Once I was able to wrap my head around how this is technique works, I wanted to make about 6 different projects for the Hop. I knew that was not possible so please be sure to check back and see the other ideas that I created as I worked on learning this technique.
I love this Winter Themed Set called Endless Wishes and the more I am using the Photopolymer stamp sets the more I love them. They are easy to use, they provide a crisp, clean image everytime and I am always able to see where I am stampin!
I am a huge fan of blues and silver for both Christmas and Winter so it was easy to decide what colors to use on this card. Once I decided the colors, it was quick and easy to stamp, assemble and voila!
Next, take a peek at what Tammy has made for the hop!
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Hugs and Happy Stampin’!