Saturday, February 13, 2010

Gift Box

This is the bread box I decided to do for Hostess club this month. I found the pattern off Snippets of Paper blog. She used hers at Christmas time, but this box would work for any type of gift. The view above is an angled view.

Top view.

Full front view of the box. I used Chocolate chip card stock as the base and the Sending Love Speciality Paper from Stampin' Up's Occasions Mini Catalog. I love this paper.
I just loved the box after I seen it and decided I had to create it. I could not believe how easy it was to make. So, anything easy to make and turns out this cute = a keeper!
The bread inside is Lion House's Pumpkin Bread, but any type of bread would work.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Vintage Valentine Blocks

This block has four different vintage valentines. I just decided to show this side.

The blocks here are made with vintage valentine paper I bought at Keepsake Cottage in Burley. I love going into that scrapbook store to see what's new. I made these blocks hoping they would sell but if they don't, that's fine with me because I would love to have them in my house.

Thank You card for Stampin' Up Party

This will be the card for February's Stampin' Up hostess party. It's a really easy fun card to make. From start to finish it took me about 10 minutes to make.

Supplies needed:
Kraft, Crushed Curry, & Whisper White cardstock
Pumpkin Pie, Rich Razzleberry, & Chocolate Chip Ink pads
Small Pieces & For All You Do stamp sets
Whisper White 1/4 inch grosgrain ribbon
Paper crimper
Scalloped Edge punch from Sale-A-Bration catalog 2010

I loved making this card and it was fun and easy.