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Showing posts from April, 2012

Cup of Hello

I wasn't a real fan of coral until I put it with black, now I'm lovin it. :)  I gave each lady in my card group one of these.  I think it's super cute, I hope they did too. :)

Butterfly Tube

This is made using a  4 1/4 x 6 piece of cardstock, which I scored at 1 1/8,   2 1/4, 3 3/8, 4 1/2 and 5 5/8. I used the summer smooches dsp to cut 5 pieces at 4 x 6 and the top and bottom covers are made with one of the flowers from the fun flowers die. It's a cute little package and easy to make.

Birthday Candle Matchbox

It doesn't hurt to have the birthday candles in a nicely decorated package.  After all, every Birthday is special. :)


This is my attempt at "masculine."  I didn't do a very good job, did I? :)  I have good intentions, but it's probably not  what a guy wants .  I stamped onto a cello bag with white StazOn ink and filled it with reeses peanut butter cups.  A small piece of of designer paper tucked in and folded over with a ribbon, and you have my not so masculine sweet.It's so cute... he,he

Oval Butterfly Card

This is a fun card!  The instructions are on under stamping with Dawn.  She comes up with some great projects and I enjoyed making this one.  The way it opens puts a unique spin on the average card.

Flower Cookie

If you fill the imprint on the sweet press cookie stamps with sugar crystals then press the dough balls directly onto the stamp you come up with this fun image.  It's a little time consuming, but the results are adorable and the sugar cookie recipe included in the set is delish!

Birthday Candy Bar

I hope the recipient of this candy bar feels like royalty when they receive and eat this treat, because that's exactly how I want them to feel. :) 

Hello Pillow Box

I know we can't get this adorable everyday enchantment paper anymore, but if you're like me, I have lots of it and still enjoy seeing all the projects made with it. Just because it's no longer available doesn't mean we stop using and loving it, right? :)

Floral Egg

Never again! :)  This is definitely the most time consuming project I've ever done.  It took between 2 and 3 hours to complete.  I used a large plastic easter egg, first mistake.  Then I punched out all the flowers and glued small white punched circles onto each one.  From there I attached each flower with a glue dot.  It turned out nice, but was it worth all the time, hmmm...probably not. :)