When I saw this Santa on Pinterest, I knew I needed to make one! I used the gift bow die, perfect pennants die, boho blossoms punch, 1/2 circle punch, owl builder punch and a swirl embossing folder. I didn't have any official instructions so it took a while to create, but I'm sure the second one will be quicker, at least I hope so, because they're going to be my neighbor gifts. :)
I found these fun containers at a local scrapbook store. I love the size! I love the be merry tag too! I wanted the tag to have a chalkboard look so I used white ink on black paper. The holly and berry added the perfect extra color.
I created this box with two petite pockets. Before I glued them together I used the candy cane from the Holiday Collection Framelits to create a window. I was presently surprised when the mini candy canes I purchased were the exact size of the window. :)
I can't get enough of the chalk talk tag! I used the woodgrain embossing folder, itty bitty banners and leaves #2 die to embellish it. It makes a perfect favor for the season. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
I found the instructions for this gift bag on youtube. It's made with the circle card thinlits die. I was so excited to see a 3d project created with a card die. I love all the creative stampers out there! :)
I folded a Stampin' Up! tag a bag. Now it has two pockets! One holds a hot chocolate packet and the other holds a little wooden spoon. I'm not a coffee drinker, but I had to have the Perfect Blend stamp set. It works for hot cocoa too! :)
A fall gift box. Love the colors...I found this gold sparkle tulle at Michaels. Lately, tulle has been one of my favorite go to ribbons. I recently heard it comes in a chevron pattern, so I'll be searching for it, to add to my stash! :)
A last minute Halloween treat. These don't require stamps! :). I used the eraser on a pencil to create the polka dots and a little washi tape to decorate the other. Both are wrapped in coffee filters. So simple!
Most of us use hand sanitizer, so why not make it cute for the season?! I used a small piece of acetate and a pumpkin rub-on. After rubbing the pumpkin on the acetate, you roll it up and place it inside the bottle. No worries... it unrolls once it's inside. A piece of washi tape around the bottom and ribbon around the top! :)
If you don't have the Stampin ' Up! envelope punch board, you need one. It's so easy to use and envelopes can be made with any of your patterned paper. I turned the envelope I made into halloween packaging.
I keep seeing adorable witches brooms on Pinterest made with natural colored coffee filters. I wondered how I could make something similar with the supplies I already have, and this is what I came up with. I used Stampin' Up! crumb cake tulle ribbon! I cut 5 - four inch pieces of tulle, stacked them on each other, cut a small hole through the center and put a dum dums lollipop through it. I cut random size strips through each piece of tulle towards the stick then wrapped a small piece of black ribbon to hold it in place. I used black permanent marker to color the stick, then tied the cute little tag on with linen thread. I'm super happy with how it turned out!
Don't you love the chalk talk set?! I sure do! And the washi tape is another must have. I used it to make the twist tie on the cello bag. All you do is put a thin piece of wire between two pieces of washi tape and presto, you have a colorful little tie.
My leaf is a treat! I used the autumn accent bigz to cut two leaves from coffee filters. The stamp is from the gently falling stamp set. I glued the edges leaving a small opening to fill it with Reese's Pieces. Once it was filled I glued it closed. It's a fun way to say thank you or it would make a nice fall table place card.
My new favorite die is the gift bow bigz die. I love, love, love the bows it makes and how they transform your projects. This is an envelope from one of last years Stampin' Up! Christmas kits. I turned it into a Halloween treat, without the treat. :) I'll figure out what to put inside, when the Halloween goodies start filling the stores.
I'm so excited fall is coming! I love everything about the season, other than winter follows shortly after. I used Stampin' Up! autumn accents bigz die to create the tags hanging from my glassine bag. It has soft chewy caramels inside.
I can't get enough of this little gift sack! This time I glued a paper flower to a clothes pin, clipped it to the two tags die, then to the sack. I hated to see the two tags die retire, it's easy and fun to use.
K is for cookie. :) I put white ink on my Chevron embossing folder before I embossed the sack. It added the little hint of color I was hoping for. You only need a few embellishments because the cookie is the main attraction. YUM!
Isn't this the cutest?! I found it on Pinterest but couldn't find instructions, so I used what I had to recreate it. Everything I used is a Stampin' Up! punch or die. The base is the matchbox die, other items used 1 3/8, 1 1/4 and 1 inch circle punches. 1 3/4 scallop circle, small heart punch, bird builder punch, large oval punch, 5 petal flower punch and top note die.