Here's a mini gift bag project that you can make now with that stack of designer paper that you probably have stashed with your crafting supplies!
This bag is little but big enough for some sweet treats, a gift card, a pair of earrings...you get the idea. You can use supplies that you have on hand to embellish or order something fun since Stampin' Up! is still shipping orders!
Let's take a look in the simple how-to in today's video tutorial!
It's time to be sending virtual hugs through the mail with our handmade cards and other projects!
Don't know about you but crafting makes me super happy! Aren't we blessed to have a hobby that can occupy our time and spread joy to others?
The following two projects were created on my Facebook LIVE on Ink and Inspirations with Lisa Brown. The posting here is a bit delayed due to my slow internet in these times. I've been waiting quite a spell for the uploads to take place so that the video to be shared here. By all means, no complaints just a little explanation for why the posting here at Ink and Inspirations aren't as timely as usual.;)
Here is the card that you are going to love to re-create...
Two cards like the one above were put in the mail today!
Here's an Easter treat wrap that can be easily mailed in a bubble mailer. :)
Here's the recording, and somewhat edited version, of these two projects.
Today's project is a re-post from six years ago for a fun St. Patrick's Day project. Although many of the products are retired (no longer available) that are used in this little leprechaun hat, you can substitute with what you have on hand.
Here's the video from many moons ago...
Isn't that so cute? Give it a try! May the luck of the Irish be with you!
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The Stampin' Up! So Sentimental Bundle  has to be one of my absolute favorites from the January to June Mini Catalog. Here are two projects that were made on my Sunday Crafternoon Facebook LIVE last Sunday.
Just look at those die cut label and the great sentiment on this thank you card!
To match is a little gift bag for yummy treats or a gift card to a favorite restaurant!
Valentine's Day is tomorrow and if you've waited until the last minute to get a treat or gift together? Grab a piece of 12 x 12 paper and create this pouch created by a simple origami fold!
This makes a nice size "pouch" that you can fill with treats or even a small gift.
I "sliced" some thin strips of Real Red card stock to use as filler and just tucked a gift inside wrapped in designer paper. You'll see in the video below (the Halloween version) that there is quite a bit of candy tucked inside.
Here's the video with the basic how-to. Just look at all those goodies in there!
You can embellish your pouch however you'd like! These are fun and super easy to make!
You still have time to make this cute Valentine gift bag made with the Heartfelt Bundle from Stampin' Up! You can use this pattern for any little gift bag so keep these notes and details handy.
Let's take a look at the video tutorial for this easy little gift bag.
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Thanks for stopping by today for this easy Valentine gift bag tutorial so now gift it a try!!
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Valentine's Day will be here before you know it so here's an easy candy box made with the Stampin' Up! Heartfelt Bundle (English) . A Russell Stover candy heart is in the box but it's a good size for most any small packages of candies, gift cards, or even cash.
Here is the recording of the live broadcast with a lot of the chit chat edited out from the beginning. Enjoy!
Here are the Stampin' Up! supplies for both projects. Just click the links to learn more about the products or to shop. You can also email, text, or call me and I will place or help you with your order.
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Hope you enjoyed today's Birthday Bonanza Buddies video! Shop now so you can start creating these adorable birthday projects!
This Stampin' Up! 2020 DIY Desk Calendar is on it's way to many who have placed an order with me this month! I love making and sharing a mini desk calendar each year and this year's features the Botanical Prints Product Medley  from the January-June 2020 Mini Catalog from Stampin' Up!
Fold and burnish with your Bone Folder  on the score lines. The 7" score line will be a mountain fold so burnish it the opposite way from your other folds.
Apply Tear & Tape Adhesive  to the tab formed by the 8" score line. You will connect the two ends together. The mountain fold mentioned in the previous step will allow the calendar to stand on its own.
Questions about this project? Leave a comment below and I will get back with you ASAP! Now you can make your own 2020 desk calendar or place an order with me and I will send you one as a thank you gift!
Let's get started with two 2020 Valentine projects created with beautiful new goods from the new Stampin' Up! January-June Mini Catalog. And, to make this even sweeter... it's also Sale-A-Bration time!
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This week's Facebook Live featured an introduction to the new catalog and this great promotion as well as two projects made with our beautiful new Valentine products, the Heartfelt Bundle!
I did edit quite a bit of chatter out of the video but I hope you'll grab a cup of coffee or glass of tea and enjoy! I'll have some of the projects details posted below. Now, on with the show!
The From My Heart Suite Bundle includes * Heartfelt Photopolymer Stamp Set (10% off) * Heart Punch Pack (10% off) * From My Heart Specialty Designer Series Paper * Real Red 3/8" (1 cm) Double-Stitched Satin Ribbon * From My Heart Faceted Gems * Heart Doilies * Heart Foil Tins
Here are the specific project details for the card in the video.
Knowing you are as busy or busier as we are in the days leading up to Christmas, here's a fun and easy craft idea that you can do with your little ones that will take a few minutes and yet bring lots of joy!
Most kids love candy canes! Here's a candy cane reindeer made with some Stampin' Up! products. Watch the video then get started!
Here are the Stampin' Up! supplies used for this project...
For today's post, we have a video tutorial on how to make Christmas Crackers...not the edible kind!
These are fun little projects that you can put together to hold treats or small gifts. In the video, you will see the how-to for this larger size pictured above and a smaller size, as well, so be sure to watch through the end.
You probably have the supplies on hand to make these in time for this Christmas. Below are the details for each size of Christmas cracker.
Cut DSP to 8-3/4" x 9".
Score with the shorter side at the top every 1-3/4": 1-3/4", 3-1/2", 5-1/4", and 7".
Cut DSP to 4-1/2" x 6".
Score with the 6" side at the tip at 1" and 5".
Turn and score with the 4-1/2" side at the top at every 1": 1", 2", 3", and 4".
Here are the supplies used for the projects. Papers and inks are specifically for the larger project. At the bottom of the list is the 1/2" circle punch for the smaller "cracker".
You can make these ahead of time and store them "flat" until you are ready to insert the gifts are treats.
We are just about a week away from Christmas but I still have a few ideas up my sleeve to share with you. Be sure to check back! I hope to be posting some fun between last minute baking, wrapping, and lots of merriment! But for now, you need to try your hand at these Christmas crackers!
Today's project is a Christmas Gift Box for Essential Oils is coming to you very late! I am with my daughter's family in Fort Worth and having some fun times with the grands!
This is a remake of a fall themed box that you can see here. This design is easy and fun to make for small gifts or treats. The Perfectly Plaid Bundle and Wrapped in Plaid Designer Series Paper make this version festive!
Here's the video tutorial for your viewing pleasure!
Cherry Cobbler card stock is cut 5-1/2" x 8-1/2".
Score at 2", 4", 6", and 8" on the 8-1/2" side.
Turn and score at 2" for the box bottom.
Wrapped in Plaid DSP: Cut 4 pieces - 3-1/4" x 1-1/4" and a contrasting strip at 1/2" x 4".
You'll need a scrap piece of Whisper White for stamping and punching.
Here are the supplies for today's project, and if you are seeing this before 11:59 pm MT on December 11th, you can still get FREE Shipping on orders of $50 or more!