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Showing posts from May, 2014

Flower Folds Cupcake

Another use for the flower folds die...a cupcake! The little frosting on top was made with coffe filters and a scallop punch. This project required lots of trial, error and patience. :) 

Thank You Chevron Tote

Fun and trendy.... a chevron box with a chalkboard tag. Love it! :)

Pillow Box Gift Set

This would make a great teacher gift. It has gift tags with a matching pen and paper clip inside. 

Make A Wish Gift Bag

I tried a closure I haven't tried before. It's elastic cord, tied and stretched around a brad. The bag is tall and thin, which is also a little different for me. It's always fun to try new things. ;)

Birthday Banner Gift Box

I love how bright and cheerful this box looks. I used a scoreboard, chalk talk framelits, that's the ticket stamp set and the ticket punch to create it.  

An Apple For Teacher

School is almost out and everyone is thinking about teacher gifts. Here's a fun way to package your teacher's gift. Create a red box and turn it into an apple.

Butterfly Clip

I haven't quite decided what to clip my butterfly too, so ignore the boring bag it's on. I used a piece of washi tape on a clothes pin, a small piece of wire and a butterfly die to create this clip. I'll make sure to attach it to something more fun, when I give it away. :)

Candy Drawer

This candy drawer is made out of chipboard. I think it's the first project I've made using chipboard. I like how substantial it looks. It's a gift that can probably withstand the test of time better than one made with cardstock. However, because of my love for paper crafts, I'd gladly accept and treasure either one. :) 

Flower Gift Bag

I made this bag out of an envelope, then used the scalloped tag topper punch to create a wrap.  A couple of flower punches on top of a small strip of silver glimmer paper makes it pop. 

Tea Light Box

I made this tea light box several months ago and now I can't find the instructions to share with you. I do know I used the envelope punch board to make it and the tea light is wrapped in washi tape.  Now that I look at it, I think it would be cute to stack three boxes, wrap them in ribbon and add a tag. Darn, I wish I could find the instructions, so I can make two more...