Friday, September 22, 2017

Guest Designer: Trendy Twine

Good day to all my bloggy friends!
Happy Friday! 
I hope that you all have a wonderful weekend!
I'm back with my 3rd post as this month's guest designer over at Twine It Up! with Trendy Twine

Here is what I created:
Treat bags featuring the Chocolate Truffle Trendy Twine.

I decorated the Biggie Glassine Envelopes with the DCWV's "Good Eats" stack, the Dream paper pad from MME and I used the stitched rectangles dies from Gina Marie Designs. I wrapped some Chocolate Truffle twine around the DP and added a pretty bow. I used foam tape to adhered the DP to the BGE's.

The pretty flower and scallop square shape are from the Flower card file from Lori Whitlock. Once the flower was assembled and adhered to the scallop square shape, I then adhered it all on top of the base with foam tape for dimension. I stamped the "Smile" sentiment from the Smile Stamp Set on a die cut tag, added a pretty Chocolate Truffle bow and adhered it to the stem with foam dots.For the grass, I used the stitched rounded rectangles dies from CottageCutz and the stitched grass die from MCT.

Next, I filled the each Biggie Glassine Envelopes with chocolate treats!



Here is a look at the products I used to complete my project:

Chocolate Truffle Trendy Twine

Biggie Glassine Envelopes - 3-1/8



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Entering my project to the following challenges:
Cards TV Anything Goes Challenge #13


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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Sending Thanks!

Good day to all my bloggy friends!
Happy Wednesday! 
For today I have a card that I created for this month's Autumn challenge over at Pink & Main
The polka dot papers are from the Not Too SpookyBeach Babe paper pad from Pink & Main.
I used the stitched rectangles dies from GMD and the Scallop Waves Dies from Pink & Main for the decorative border. It has become one of my favorite go to dies. 
For the cute pumpkins, I used the polka dot paper scraps & egg dies from the Hello Chickie stamp & die set from MCT. (I saw a tutorial over at the MCT blog)
With the Hampton Art Stamp Perfect Tool, I stamped  "SENDING" sentiment from the Hugs Needed stamp set from Pink & Main & the Thanks! sentiment from the Tiny Tags stamp set from MCS (no longer in business) on die cut label. Next, I embossed the leaves (from the Cricut Design Space catalog), adhered them to the back of the label and added pretty white pearls.



Other Supplies:
Recollections Cardstock
CottageCutz: Stitched Rounded Rectangles Dies 




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Friday, September 15, 2017

Trendy Twine: Guest Designer

Good day to all my bloggy friends!
Happy Friday! 
I hope that you all have a wonderful weekend!
Today is my 2nd post as this month's guest designer over at Twine It Up! with Trendy Twine
For my project I was inspired by the Fall colors, the Chocolate Truffle twine and the cute fox.

I decorated my Kraft Gable Box with the DCWV's "Good Eats" Stack.
I wrapped Chocolate Truffle Trendy Twine around the base of the box and added a pretty Chocolate Truffle twine bow.


I used foam dots to adhere the cute fox and wood log die cuts.
The super cute fox was a this weeks freebie over at the Lori Whitlock's September blog hop. 
It is my first time creating anything with a fox..LOL! Thank you Lori. 
The leaves and wood log die cuts are from the C.D. Space catalog.


I embossed the leaves and then I adhered them to the back & front of the wood log. 
I stamped the "Happy Fall" sentiment from the Hello Fall Planner Stamp Set on a die cut tag 
and adhered the pretty fall leaves to the back.

To the top of the gable box, I added a pretty die cut bow from the and stamped the "Hello" sentiment from the Hello Fall Planner Stamp Set on a die cut tag. 
I used the Fun Size Scallop Stitched Bow Die from My Creative Time.

To each front side of the gable box, I placed a gold eyelet and wrapped some of the Chocolate Truffle twine around it. I wanted it to look like a cute tassel. Super cute, right? 
I filled the gable box with chocolate treats! Yummy!



Here is a look at the fun products I used to complete my project:

Chocolate Truffle Trendy Twine


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