I'm so happy gold is a trendy color. Look how great it looks with pink! These boxes are so girly and so dang cute. I'll have to find space in my craft room to display them, until I get tired of looking at them. 😉
'Tis the season for baby showers. So here's an idea for a baby shower party favor. I created them with the Sizzix, Food Jar, 3-D & Spoon Die. The bow and tie aren't part of the die but I thought they made an adorable addition. 💕
From Mother's Day to Father's Day in the blink of an eye. At least that's how I feel. I don't have many masculine stamps so the Mustache Framelits by Stampin' Up! are my go to for masculine.
You know what...I don't have much in the way of masculine paper either. 😕 It wasn't easy pulling off this matching Father's Day card and treat. Don't tell, but it wasn't as much fun as making a girly project either. 😉
I created this pink gift bag with my Gift Bag Punch Board. The scallop along the top was created with a die from the Seasonal Layers Thinlits. I used the same die to scallop a gold foil sheet to create the second scallop layer. Don't you love the pink and gold together? The black circle is 2 1/2" and the "hello" is from the Hello You Thinlits. I had the cute black and white tissue paper, but I think it would've been easy to create something similar, don't you?
Is there anything better than a card that comes together in minutes and looks nice? The one problem for me, when I give it away, I feel like I cheated a bit because it didn't take much time or effort. Silly huh?
I had to have the Lots To Love Framelits before Stampin' Up! retired them. This sweet little box is the first project I chose to make. It only needs to be cut once and scored at 2 1/8" and 2 3/4". Easy peasy! That's why I chose it for my first project! 😏 The handle is a 1/4" x 7" strip of pink cardstock. It matches my closure, which is a 3/4" circle. The notch in the circle was made with one of the dies in the set. It's a brilliant little die. I know I'll be using it often to make closures on future projects.
Who doesn't want a "kiss" for their birthday? 😘😊 As I searched through my stamps I found a Stampin' Up! Hostess set called, Happiest Birthday Wishes. It had this fun medallion looking birthday stamp. I stamped it once on blue paper and again on purple paper. It took a few circle punches and a scallop circle punch to combine the two. Luckily, the colors look nice on the black and white topper I created with the Window Frames Collection Framelits.