I made this box months ago and set it aside until I knew what I wanted to do with it. If I remember right, I found the instructions on Pinterest. Unfortunately, I can't remember so I can't give that person credit :( It's made with a card from one of my Paper Pumpkin kits. Due to the green stripes, I decided it would make a great St. Patrick's day project, and it did.
Feb 29, 2016
Feb 26, 2016
I specifically chose blue paper to make a guy friendly treat, then I went and stuck a bow on it (I couldn't resist), now I'm thinkin' maybe not so guy friendly. What do you think? It's soooo hard to make things for guys. Anyway, I made this little bunny with a heart, small oval, 3/4 circle and bow builder punch. It's a fun way to make a small Hershey candy bar extra special for Easter.
Feb 23, 2016
The mini treat bag thinlit is so easy to assemble and perfect for holidays or celebrations. I'm trying to build a birthday stash, that way I'm prepared for the birthday that sneaks up on me. ;) I made this bag so it can be given to a guy or girl.
Feb 21, 2016
Feb 18, 2016
The inspiration for this box came from the Chalk It Up To Love, Paper Pumpkin. I made my flower with the Blossom punch. I cut a 1" X 8" strip of black paper and cut it with the fringe scissors to make the center of the flower. I like how feminine the box turned out.
Feb 16, 2016
Feb 13, 2016
I've been wanting to make one of these chocolate covered strawberries for such a long time, so no better time than Valentine's Day :) You can find several versions of it on Pinterest. I made mine with the Petal Cone and Flower Folds dies. It easily holds jewelry or chocolate, the favorite Valentine gifts :)
Feb 11, 2016
Feb 9, 2016
Feb 7, 2016
My favorite part of this pouch is the bow. I made the pouch with the two largest hearts in the Hearts framelits. I completely forgot this bow is in the Cutie Pie thinlits, until I spotted it on a project in the catalog. I guess that's what happens when you have waaaay too many framelits. Wait! What am I saying, you can never have too many! :)
Feb 5, 2016
I don't like January, but I do like February, because I "love" (pun intended) making Valentine projects! This is the fry box die. I cut it twice, cut off the front pieces and glued together the two back pieces.