This little tag is based on a card I saw on Pinterest. I used the Tree Punch on a piece of Under the Tree DSP. Create a 2 x 4 1/2 tag and punch it with one of the tag topper punches. On the tag piece underneath, I wrapped pieces of white satin ribbon and added pearls colored with Cherry Cobbler Blendabilities. Top with a star and tie a piece of Cherry Cobbler seam binding and you’re good to go.
Don’t forget that the Holiday Extravaganza Doorbusters start today! Check out the list here – Online_Extravaganza_Products_US Hugs, Fran
Today is my Bags and Boxes class and here’s one of the projects we’re making. This box is made with the Box Punch Board using the Under the Tree Designer Series paper. The “bow” is a rosette made with the Rosette die and the snowflake on top was die cut from a coaster using a retired snowflake die.
It’s almost time to think about packing! Hugs, Fran
This sample was shown on a demo site – and I changed it up a bit to fit my Thanksgiving table. The end size of the place card is 4 x 4 and I’ll add names to them next week. I’ve made then to stand up and hold a cello bag with treats (do we need treats after Thanksgiving?)
So here’s how to make your own! Start with a 4 x 10 1/2 piece of Early Espresso and score at 4, 4 1/2, 5 and 9. Fold according to the photo. Stamp a 3 3/4 x 3 3/4 piece of Crumb Cake with the Hardwood Background stamp in Early Espresso and adhere to the front. Die cut a leaf from the Autumn Accent die in Cherry Cobbler and sponge the edges with Early Espresso. Use the Holiday Invitation stamp set and stamp the leaf in Early Espresso. Stamp Give Thanks on a 1/2 x 3 1/2 piece of Very Vanilla and sponge the edges with Crumb Cake. Mount the pieces onto the flap and add some twine or ribbon. Your guests will be impressed! Hugs, Fran
You’ll love this idea! Hugs, Fran
A long time ago I made these littler nugget boxes – and the pattern was lost when I had to switch servers. Since I’ve had so many requests for the pattern, I thought I’d share it a new.
Start with a 5 x 3 1/2 piece of Real Red card stock. Score in 1/2″ and 1″ on all 4 sides. Cut away the parts shown in the picture and fold into a little box. For the wrapper, cut another piece of Real Red 3 x 4 3/4 and score on the 4 3/4 side at 1 5/8, 2 1/8, 3 3/4 and 4 1/4. This will leave a little flap to glue it together
Decorate your nuggets and box! Need help? Just let me know – Hugs, Fran
Karen Burniston’s Challenge – number 3! Blue! I found a lovely poem about snow and growing old and printed it on to Whisper White card stock then die cut it with a die from Karen’s Katie Label Pivot die. The Designer Series paper is All is Calm from Stampin Up’s Holiday mini.
Inside is the Garden Bench, Tree for All Season and Happy Birthday Pop It Ups! To make the Happy Birthday curve across the snow, I simply ran it through my Xyron and the addition of adhesive made it easy to bend.
Can you see all the sparkly Dazzling Details snow? I used acrylic paint to paint some of the branches and added “snow” to the bench and tree (and me, of course!) Hugs, Fran
The Designer Challenge for Karen Burniston continues with “white” – white as snow. I chose to use the Evergreen Pivot die and do a Triple Pivot Card Technique. The front of this card uses several different embossing folders, Karen’s Agatha Edges die and Stampin UP’s snowflakes found in the Frosted Sequins.
It’s so hard to see white on white in a photo!
The sentiment is from Beauty of the Season.
Stamp Set – Beauty of the Season
Cardstock – Whisper White
Ink – Versamark
Etc – Karen Burniston Evergreen Pivot, Agatha Edges, Outdoor Edges dies, embossing folders Distressed Dots and Stylish Stripes, Frosted Sequins, Oval Framelits, All is Calm washi tape
Red – white – what’s next? Hugs, Fran
It’s that time of year – for Karen Burniston’s Design Challenge! This month it’s “Red, White and Blue.” My red card features the Big Man, himself. I started with the fun set Get Your Santa On and Nordic Noel Designer Series paper.
And here he is – greeting you on Karen Burniston’s Lorna Label Pop Up! I love this Pop It Ups die because there is so much room to decorate! Santa is stamped on the die and then again on a separate piece of Whisper White and fussy cut. The cute presents are from Karen’s Evergreen Pivot die.
Stamp Set – Get Your Santa On
Card stock – Whisper White, Real Red, Nordic Noel DSP
Ink – Jet Black Stazon, Real Red
Etc – Karen Burniston’s Lorna Label and Evergreen Pivot Card dies, washi tape
Looks like you’ve been very good this year! Hugs, Fran
The fourth challenge this month for the Creative Crew at Splitcoast is packaging. I chose the Decorative Window Gift Box with a wreath over the opening. The “ribbon” is a strip of card stock wrapped all the way around. I didn’t want the box to collapse so I lined the bottom with Real Red and make a punched doughnut to cover the opening on the inside.
Stamp Sets – Wondrous Wreath, Merry Stars
Card stock – Real Red, Whisper White
Ink – Old Olive, Garden Green, Real Red
Etc – Decorative Windows Gift Box, Wondrous Wreath Framelits, 2 1/2 and 1 3/4 circle punches
Can’t wait to fill this box! Hugs, Fran