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Butterfly Gift Box

This box is intended for a gift card, but chocolate is great too.  You know... you can probably fit both inside.  Wouldn't that make a great gift?! :)

School Days Card

Summer is winding down and school is starting again.  Where does the time go?

Altered Mini Milk Carton

Another great idea from Stampin' Up!  You'll need two mini milk carton die cut pieces to make this adorable box.  The milk carton has four sides and you only need three, so cut one side off on each die cut (the side without the tab).  Score, fold and glue the two die cuts together.  Be sure to use a strong glue.  It's a little tricky folding the top down, but it's well worth the effort.

Merry Tote

Christmas?  Let me explain...  I was looking through my MANY papers and found a package of adorable Christmas paper. I know I purchased it at a scrapbook expo, but I'm not sure how long ago.  I fell in love with it all over again, so I immediately stopped what I was doing and made this tote. Now I'm excited to make more Christmas projects!  Ok... from now on, I'll try to keep with the current holiday. :)  If I don't, remember I said "try."  LOL

Thanks So Much Card

I gave this as a thank you card for placing an order with me.  I like the colors and simplicity of it.  I hope they did too. :)

Hershey Nugget Covers

Let's hear it for Hershey Nuggets!!!  They are the easiest, and cutest candy to cover.  There are so many ways to incorporate them into our projects. And let's face it... everyone loves to eat them. :)

Icecream Card

Icecream!!! This sweet little treat was made with the large oval punch, word window punch and scallop oval punch.  Luckily, the hot weather can't melt this icecream. :)

Baby Bag

I didn't realize how cute teal, black and yellow look together until I added the black ribbon.  It's not your "normal" baby colors, but it's still darn cute! :)

Altered Candy Wrapper

They showed how to alter the candy wrapper die at the Stampin' Up! convention this year and I love it!  It holds a full size candy bar!  I don't do many masculine projects, so I thought I'd give this project a try for the guy. :)  I'm very happy with the results.  I'm glad Stampin' Up! has such creative minds at work.