Here's the how-to video tutorial for this project. Let me know if you're going to make some...I'd love to know!
Lisa's Inklings: -Gather Together DSP 4" x 4”. -You will need small pieces or scraps of the other card stock colors for stamping/punching. -Place Tear & Tape along two adjoining edges on the side of the paper that will not show. -Leave open until filled with treats.
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If you enjoy adding a handcrafted personal touch to your Thanksgiving table, try this table favor idea to add to your family and friends fun!
Yesterday's LIVE on Facebook featured some fun projects using the Night Before Christmas Suite from the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog.
Unfortunately, there are focus issues with the video. Since the quality is not as good as I want it to be, I chose not to upload the video. If you're "brave", you can catch the replay HERE.
First project is this card/gift card holder...so fun!
Looks like a fun card, right? Don't you love that Santa?! Take a look at the inside...
Here are the details for this gift card holder:
The card base is cut at 4-1/4" x 11".
Score this at 5-1/2" and 9".
Fold over to make flap for the gift card as shown above. Adhere to the two sides with Tear & Tape. Inside of card...
Very Vanilla is cut 4" x 5-1/4". The Santa hat paper is cut 2" x 4".
Sentiment is stamped in Poppy Parade
The "From Santa" tag is embossed with Shimmer White embossing powder and die cut. Card front...
Loop 16-18" of ribbon around card. This will be a tie closure. You can adhere the ribbon place on the center front with a little bit of SNAIL adhesive. This is just to hold it in place before you attach the layers.
The layers are Very Vanilla cut at 3" x 3-3/4" and the Paisley print designer paper is cut 3-1/4" x 4".
Santa is stamped on Shimmery White card stock in Memento Black ink and colored with Stampin' Blends.
The "Believe" sentiment is stamped in VersaMark and embossed with the Shimmer White embossing powder.
Questions? Leave a comment below!
Now for the cute open top box!
Noble Peacock Foil Sheet is cut 6" x 12".
Score (gently) on the long side at 3-3/4, 5-3/4, 9-1/2, 11-1/2. Turn and score at 1-1/2. This will be the box bottom.
If using this foil to create the box, gently fold on the score lines. Do not use your Bone Folder.
Cut off smallest tab formed by the scored lines and assemble box with Tear & Tape.
Designer paper for front is cut 3-1/4 x 4
Die cut sentiment from Sparkle Glimmer Paper and adhered with liquid glue.
Tissue paper is stamped with stockings stamp with Cherry Cobbler ink. Fold in half and stamp the tops of both sides.
Here are the supplies used for both of these products:
For today's project, here's an idea for a gift box for a bottle of essential oils. This is one I've made and gave to a good friend. We both love Stress Relief by Eden's Garden so presented this bottle to her a few weeks ago.
This is a very simple box style with a sweetly pinched top. In the video, be sure to watch for how I secure the closing.
Cardstock is cut at 5-1/2" x 8 1/2" and scored at 2", 4", 6", and 8" on the long side.
Turn the cardstock where the short side is on top and score at 2". This will be the box bottom.
Designer paper is cut at 1-3/4" x 3-1/4". You'll need four pieces of this.
Scrap pieces of Merry Merlot, Cajun Craze, and Pretty Peacock are needed for die cutting leaves and punching circle.
Whisper White scrap is needed for stamping and punching the sentiment.
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Today we have a cute mini open-top box for week 11 of the 12 Weeks of Stampin' Up! Halloween Projects here on Ink and Inspirations.
The construction of the actual mini box is very simple and you can embellish it simply or fancy! The tags you see in the photo above were some I created weeks ago and saved in a box for future use. These were perfect for this little Halloween project!
Watch the video tutorial below for the how-to and an option that's super quick and easy. Let's take a look!
Here are the Stampin' Up! products used for this project. I truly appreciate your orders!
Designer Paper is cut at 5" x 4-1/2". You will fussy cut a photo from the designer paper to make one like in the video.
You'll need about at 2" x 3" scrap of Pumpkin Pie and Basic Black card stock for punching.
Make this treat for any occasion by coordinating your designer paper to your container.
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Have you made any treats for Halloween? I hope you are enjoying this Halloween series. You can adapt these project ideas for any occasion! There's still time so shop now to get your supplies for this Halloween treat!
We are on the home stretch with our 12 Weeks of Halloween and this week we will be making this little triangle fold box.
The little "creatures" in the Boo To You Cling Stamp Set  are just cute enough not to be scary. This treat strays from the traditional Halloween colors. Just color the little creature to match your paper.
Here's the video tutorial for this week's Halloween project with Stampin' Up! Boo to You!
Cut paper to 3" x 6". Score at 3".
Put a little mark at 1-1/2" on each short side.
Make a diagonal score from this mark to the 3" score on both sides as shown in the video.
Add these products to your cart to make this cute triangle treat!
It's time for Week 8 of the 12 Weeks of Halloween! This is a super easy treat pouch that I absolutely love to make all the time for any occasion!
This Monster Bash Designer Series Paper is precious...not scary; just fun! Get some now and start making some of these Halloween treats!
Want to see how easy it is to put together? Here's the video tutorial...take a look!
Lisa's Inklings: Cut designer paper 5" x 5". Basic Black: 2" x 3" to die cut frame and 2" x 6" to slice in thin strips for filler. Pumpkin Pie Card Stock: You'll need about 2" x 3" for to die cut the piece for "eat drink and be scary". Ribbon not necessary to hold the wrap together, it just makes it that much cuter! Here is the supply list for today's project. Just click the photos below to shop in my online store.
If you enjoyed this project, be sure to check out this one made with the same Monster Bash designer paper. And, if you're not a Halloween fan, you can still use these same ideas for other holidays or occasions!
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The idea is to bless others by leaving a little card in unexpected places with an inspiring message. Usually, I will carry mini Valentines to share on Valentine's Day but this year will be sharing during the fall preceding Thanksgiving. I know in my heart that those who find the cards are meant to have them. Another idea is to share with those who provide a service for you. (Mail Carrier, clerk at the bank, cashier at the market...you get the idea.)
Here is a photo of how the box opens...
Here's a peek at the little cards. I made three of each.
It's a simple project and I encourage you to do something similar!
Here's the recording of the Facebook Live video...
For the box... Card stock is cut to 6-1/4 x 11. Score on the 11" side at 1-1/2, 4-3/4, 6-1/4, 9-1/2. Turn and score on the 6-1/4" side at 1-1/2 and 4-3/4.
Designer Paper for top of box is cut to 3" x 3".
For the cards...cut card stock to 3" x 6" and score in half at 3".
Designer paper is cut to 2-3/4" x 2-3/4" for cards with a piece of Whisper White for the inside cut the same.
Here are the supplies used for the Blessing Box project:
It's Week 7 of the 12 Weeks of Stampin' Up! Halloween here on Ink and Inspirations! Today's project is an easy to assemble box for treats or even a small seasonal candle. The Harvest Hellos Bundle  takes center stage here. The stamp and punch combo make for easy crafting for the fall!
Let's take a look at the Halloween project for this week!
Are you enjoying the 12 Weeks of Halloween projects? I hope these ideas are inspiring you to use your love of our craft and share it in a fun way this season. If you don't create for Halloween, take these project ideas and make them your own for another holiday or special occasion!
Thanks for tuning in for today's Halloween project and I'll see you in the next post!
Today's projects are two fun Halloween 2019 treat-giving ideas using the wonderful Spooktacular Bash Bundle from the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog. One is a treat pouch sized perfectly for miniature bags or bars of candy and the other is the tag to hang from a drink or other treat. This bundle is a fun one for Halloween but if that's not for you, be sure you don't miss the beautiful ornate frames. These can be used for any occasion. Now let's take a look at the video with these two projects!
Pouch Cut card stock for the pouch to 4" x 6". With 4" side at the top, score at 1/2". With 6" side at the top, score at 1-1/2" x 4-1/4". You'll need another piece of the same color card stock cut to 2-1/2" x 3-1/4". For the sentiment, stamp on Pumpkin Pie card stock (3" x 4") then die cut. Choose a character from the designer paper to die cut with a small frame.
Tag For tag, cut DSP (designer series paper) to 2" x 4". Accent strip is cut 1/2" x 2". You'll need approx. 2-1/2" x 3" to cut Basic Black tag and 2" x 2" to cut Gray Granite tag.