Archive for September, 2015:
Introducing a fun and festive accordion scrapbook for the holiday season. It’s quick and easy to assemble, takes just a few supplies, and it makes the perfect gift for moms, grandmas, teachers, friends, coworkers and more. Follow the tutorial and you’ll be adding photos in no time! And remember, this great accordion scrapbook can be adapted to any season or occasion!
To get the instructions for this great project designed by Michelle, just head over to Craft Project Central, subscribe to September (or one of their 3, 6 or 12 month discounted packages!), and meet one of the bonus project requirements of subscribing to two or more months in a row, putting the Craft Project Central badge on your blog, or referring a friend and when they subscribe, letting them know!! Have a great stamping day!
Deck your haunted halls with this canvas that mixes Stampin’ Up! Products with other media to make this lovely ghoulish canvas. Give this has a spooky gift with the matching card. This would make a hauntingly fabulous class project or hostess gift! And remember, if you don’t celebrate Halloween, this project can be adapted to an any occasion gift set!
This nautical themed project includes five cards, five note cards, and five mini cards. All cards come with matching envelopes, and are contained in a coordinating box. The cards are blank, but this set includes assorted messages that can easily be attached to a card as needed. This set is a great gift for husbands, brothers, and sons that enjoy writing letters, but have difficulty finding cards without butterflies, flowers, and pastel chevrons.
It’s time for some old fashioned Howl-o-ween Fun! This project features the Howl-o-ween Treat Stamp Set and the coordinating Boo to You Framelits Dies. Also highlighted is the Happy Haunting Designer Series Paper…and bit of sparkle from Silver and Black Glimmer Paper! The project set includes a sweet 3 -1/2” x 5” note card and lined envelope…perfect to send out a few spooky words to a friend or loved one! There’s also a wand for your little one to wave in casting a spell on a friend or foe…and there’s also two games to keep everyone busy. First up…there’s Trick or Treat Tic-Tac-Toe! What will you choose? The crossbones X or the skull O? Either way it’ll be hauntingly good fun…and fun that you can take with you using the game packaging made featuring the Envelope Punch Board! Finally, who doesn’t remember the ball-in-the-hole game? Super easy to make, there’s nothing ghostly about these little games…they’re just good old fashioned fun! And remember, if you don’t celebrate Halloween, this project can be adapted to an any occasion fun set!
Decorate for Halloween with this adorably spooky lantern complete with bats and spider webs. Gift this lovely lantern as a gift with the coordinating card and gift box perfect for packing up a sweet spooky treat! This would make a great class project or hostess gift! And remember, if you don’t celebrate Halloween, this project can be adapted to an any occasion gift set!
These Matchbox Treat Holders are made using the Envelope Punch Board and go together in a snap! Make several of them to give out at Halloween to your special “trick or treaters”! Or you can change up the design for any occasion – these boxes will also hold a gift card with still enough room for a little treat or small gift.
Get ready for Halloween this year with this array of treats! You’ll make the Trick or Treat Bag plus all the treats that can fit inside – the Candy Bar Pocket, Candy Corn Box, Pumpkin Lollipop Treat and the Nugget Sleeve. Not only will you learn how to make all the treats, but also you’ll learn a lot of new “Tricks” showing the versatility of your Ornate Tag Topper Punch. And the quick 3” x 3” Love Note tops off the ensemble!
When is a negative a positive? When you use the negative space of a die cut to make a fabulous card! In this project we will make four cards that each use negative space in a different way, as well a great box to hold them. We will combine the Leaflets Framelits with some great fall colors as we welcome autumn. This project would make a lovely gift as well as a class or club project.
Have you ever wondered if there was more you could do with the Gift Bow Bigz L Die and the Big Shot than just make bows? Well the answer is a resounding YES! In this Wings and Things Tutorial you will learn a few creative ways to put the Gift Bow Bigz L die to use. Yes, you can make a bow with it. But how about feathers for a whimsical chicken home décor wall hanging! Or a matching chicken eye mask to play dress up with! Bring your creativity to this Wings and Things Gift Bow Bigz Set and let’s have some fun!
Paper-piercing is one of the easiest ways to add design and texture to projects, and this tutorial will demonstrate an array of designs created with Stampin’ Up!’s Eclectic and Updated Essentials Paper-Piercing Templates to finish an assortment of greeting cards with stitches and piercing. Do you know what to do when you pierce a hole where you don’t want one? There’s a fix for that in this tutorial! You will also create a box to hold the six cards and envelopes, and there’s even a gift box in this tutorial to hold all six paper-piercing templates! Any part of this project would be great for a workshop demonstration or stamp camp.