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Showing posts from February, 2014

Spiral Flower Mason Jar

The chalk talk tag and spiral flower make an adorable topper for this treat filled mason jar. 

Lucky Petite Envelope Treat

A fun little green project for St. Patrick's Day.

Birthday Candy Bars

I wrapped two Hershey chocolate candy bars in designer paper. Then I used cardstock and the Stampin' Up! scalloped tag topper punch to create a wrap to hold them together. The ribbon keeps it secure. 

For You Carton

I changed up my mini milk carton just a bit. I like to try new ways to use my die cuts. It makes them more valuable to me. :) 

Spiral Flower Arrangement

Have you tried the spiral flower die? I struggled with it to begin with and had to learn no two flowers would be the same. I used it to make this little arrangement and love how it looks. 


Happy Valentine's Day!

Valentine Cello Tote

Cello bags are always a convenient way to give a treat. I wanted to change it up a bit so I added a handle to the front and back of the bag. I can't get enough of the bow die, so I added one of those too. I love the results and can't wait to give it away. :) 

Valentine Pixy Stix

Here's a quick last minute Valentine treat.  I used the petal card double punch to create the hearts.  You simply fold down two sides of the petal card, glue them together and snip a small piece off the tip, so the pixy stix can slide through. For bigger treats, you can make bigger hearts using the petal card die! :)

Valentine Wrapper

One Ghirardelli chocolate seems like so much more when it's all dressed up :)

Flower File Folder

I finally had time to watch a few videos on how to make these small file folders with the envelope punch board. It's much easier than I expected. I should've tried it sooner. They're so darn cute! I'm taking this one to work, for my desk. 

Love You More

A Valentine gift sack with fun patterns and colors.