Archives for August 2015

Minion Treat Holder

 Materials needed:

Daffodil delight card stock cut 2- 4″ x 4″

Black card stock cut 3/4″ x 4″

Black sharpie

Big shot

Circle framelits the smallest one, the next

      one up, and numbers 4 and 5 counting

      from the middle

Scraps of white black and blue card stock

SNAIL

Black tissue paper

Mini stapler

Trimmer

Sticky strip

White gel pen


Instructions:

 1. Take the two pieces of daffodil delight and score both sides of each piece at 3/8″. Fold score lines and then corner round all 4 corners. Then adhere each 3/8″ to one another with sticky strip. This gives you a pocket for your treat.

2. Take the black strip of card stock and adhere it about one third of the way down on the pocket.With big shot cut the #1 & #5 circle from black card stock, the #4 from white card stock and the #2 from blue card stock. Adhere the black circle over the black strip, then the white over that one. Next add the blue circle a little off set on the white one and then the black circle over the blue. Add a fleck of white with the white gel pen.

3. Add a mouth with the black sharpie and the add black tissue paper stapled to your sweet treat. Fringe the tissue to look like hair and add to your holder. (Not shown in picture.

ENJOY!

(Cased from Jen B)


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Stamp Set of the Month

Ok Ladies and Gentleman, here it is., August stamp set of the month. Sprinkles of life is the stamp set and you can purchase all the supplies on my website at www.bjstampingtreasures.stampinup.net  there will be five cards this month and each week I will post how you can make them on my blog. Don’t forget, if you order $50 of the products needed for any of these cards, I will give you 10% off your order.  Just call me at 413-203-5196 

 

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Donut card

  
Materials needed:

Crumb cake card stock cut 4 1/2″ x 4 1/2″

Pink pirouette card stock cut 4 1/2″ x 4 1/2″

Whisper white card stock cut 1 1/2″ x 4″

Big shot

Circle framelits the biggest one (not the scalloped one), 

     the one down from that, and your choice of a smaller

     onefor the hole.

Wonderful wreath stamp set

All about sugar stamp set

Fast fuze

SNAIL

Trimmer

Ink pads in tempting turquoise, melon mambo, & crushed

       curry.

Dimensionals
INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Take the two pieces of crumb cake card stock and run them through the big shot with the biggest circle framelit and the middle one.

2. Then take and score the top one at a hair over the 1/4″ mark. Fold score line and then attach the top one to the bottom using fast fuse.

3. Next cut out the frosting out of the pink pirouette card stock with the next smallest circle framelit and the same middle. Then take the berry wreath and stamp the berries on the frosting in the three different colors of ink listed above. Adhere the frosting to the donut.

4. Lastly, stamp the sweet treats stamp or any other sentiment you wish on the piece of whisper white. Then cut it out and adhere it to the donut with dimensionals. You can also cut a scalloped section out of the side of the donut, like a bite, if you wish.

ENJOY!

(cased from Connie Stewart)

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Candy Box

   
 
Materials needed:

Card stock

Trimmer 

Score board

Scissors

Sticky strip

Angled tag topper punch

Big shot

Ribbon

Dimensionals

Pearls

Petite petal punch

Stamps or DSP of your choice

SNAIL
Instructions:

1. Cut card stock to 8 1/2″ x 11″ and then score with the long side at the top at 1 3/4″, 5 1/4″, 6 7/8″, & 10 1/4. Turn and score at 1 11/16″, & 7″. Fold all score lines.

2. Cut up both long sides on each score line to first score line. On the short side that has the 3/4″ score cut off the two end tabs leaving only the middle tab.

3. Stamp or add DSP to the card stock. Then cut the window at the bottom using the big shot and the apothecary accents framelit.

4. Take the cut out from the framelit and add it to the top and then add a flower and pearl.

5. Assemble the box with sticky strip and only adhere the bottom as usual. Then take the angled tag topper punch and punch each long side of the top of the box. (I learned the hard way but just so you know you may want to punch these before you assemble the box).

6. Tie the top up with ribbon and you are done . Just add candy and enjoy!

I altered this box on Aug. 3rd 2015 and did the following:

1. 1 made the box as usual except I cut out a rectange for were the candy came out and covered it with a piece of card stock that measures 3 7/8″ x 3 1/8″. Score the 3 7/8″ on both sides at 1/2″ and then score the bottom at 1 1/4″. 

2. Fold all score lines and then cut off the top 1/2″ scored sections. Adhere the bottom section to the bottom of the box and then adhere the flaps onto the side of the box.

3.  I added DSP to all sides of the box and propped closed the flap with two flowers on dimensionals.

I use thes to store my hard candy and cough drops.

ENJOY!

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Weekly Deals at Stampin’ Up!

  

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Fine Tip Glue

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Screen Card

  
Materials needed:

Card stock 8 1/2 x 11 your choice in color

Card stock for under your photos, your choice in color

Heart boarder punch

Decorative label punch

Designer series paper

Photo’s 8 small one’s

Snail adhesive

Trimmer

Score board
Instructions:

1. Take your piece of card stock with the 11″ side at the top, place on the score board and score at 2 3/4, 5 1/2, 8 1/4″.

2. Take the heart boarder punch or any other boarder punch and punch all the way down the top of the card.

3. Cut 4 pieces of DSP 2 1/2 x 8 and adhere to each panel of the front of the card. Back your photo’s with card stock and then add to the card.

4. Take the decorative label punch and punch it 4 times. Once in every section in the card, making sure to line it up in the center of that section and only half way in.

5. Add any embellishments you wish. (If you don’t want to do pictures, you can just do embellishments).

This card fits in a standard legal envelope and you can write your message on the back of the card. Your recipient can stand it up on a dresser or counter like a screen.

ENJOY!

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Dinosaur Card

   
  
  Materials needed:

Black card stock cut 11″ x 4 1/2″

Whisper white card stock cut 4″ x 5 1/4″

Colored card stock: 2 cut at 1 1/4″ x 4″

Window sheet cut 4″ x 3 3/4″

Dimensionals

SNAIL

Trimmer

Sticky strip

Scissors

No bones about it stamp set

Staton ink

Ink to match your colored card stock
Instructions:

1. Cut black card stock 11″ x 4 1/4″ and score at 5 1/2″” then add the 5 1/4″ x 4 ” piece of whisper white to the inside of he card.

2. Next with the side of the card you did not adhere the white to, line up the score line at the 1 1/2″ mark and cut. Then take the piece you just cut off and cut that piece at 1 1/2″.

3. Put sticky strip on the bottom of the little flap left at the top of the card and the t 1 1/2″ piece you cut off. Put the cut off piece at the bottom of the card sticky strip facing up and adhere the window piece in the middle of the card, securing withe the top and bottom sticky strip you judged added.

4. Stamp the dinosaur in the middle of the card under the window sheet. Next stamp the Dino. feet on the two 4″ x 1 1/4″ strip of colored card stock and on the inside of the card underneath the bottom black strip.

5. Add the colored card stock you just stamp on top of the two black pieces on the top of the card. Cut out a small black piece 2 1/2 ” x 1″ and a white piece 2 1/4″ x 3/4″ and stamp the saying on the white piece. Add the white piece to the black one with dimensionals and then adhere that to the bottom strip on top of the feet with SNAIL.

6. Lastly stamp the dinosaur bone over the dinosaur on the window sheet.

ENJOY!

(Cased from Dawn Griffith) 

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Never Ending Card

 

Materials needed:
2 pieces of 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″” card stock or DSP

Trimmer

Embellishments

Stamps of your choice or stickers

SNAIL
INSTRUCTIONS:

1. With one of the pieces of card stock, put it in your trimmer with the short side at the top and score both long sides at 1 1/16″. Turn the long way at the bottom and cut in half at 2 3/4″.

2. With the other piece put it in your trimmer with the long side at the bottom and score both sides at 1 3/8″, then turn the opposite way and cut in half at 2 1/8″. Fold all score lines back and forth.

3. With the top piece flipped over add SNAIL on the outer corners of each piece. Lining up the edges of the second piece on top of the first piece, securing well.

4. Fold the top two up, pushing down all score lines then the next two out and so on until you are back to the front again.

5. Decorate all pages with stickers, stamps or embellishments.

ENJOY!

Cased from Dawn 5377 ( Thanks Dawn)

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New Holiday Catolog

I know it is early to be thinking about the up and coming holidays but I just go a look at our new holiday Catolog that is coming out September 1st. The new products are amazing and I can’t wait to have you see it. You can let me know ahead of time if you would like one and I will put you on my mailing list.

Happy Stamping Brenda

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