Valentine Ornament

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Created by Brenda
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This pretty Valentine ornament or decor to hand Is. made with quilling roses and die cut hearts.

Paper sizes:
Melon mambo card stock 5” x 5”
Blushing bride card stock cut 5” x 5”
Scraps of melon mambo and blushing bride card stock
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Big Shot

$110.00

Hearts Collection Framelits Die

Hearts Collection Framelits Die
[125599]
$26.95

 

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Instructions:
1. Die cut out two large hearts the size you wish. Adhere together adding some bakers twine in between it to hand your heart. (I used a melon mambo and a. Blushing bride card stock).
2. Next take and quill all your roses adhering together with glue. Adhere them to the melon mambo side with glue and let dry. (I stuck in little green leaves all the way around the heart before the glue dried).
3. When the glue has dried flip the heart over and adhere various heart die cuts to the large one. (I used on melon mambo one and one blushing bride one).
4. Lastly quill up a rose, adding a leaf behind it and add it to the center heart.
ENJOY!

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Brenda Wilkinson
Your independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrater
brendalovesherphotos@yahoo.com
www.bringjoywithstamping.com

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Valentine Monster Treat Bag

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Created by Brenda
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This cut little Valentine’s monster is easy to make and you can every make them with your kids. Try making lots of them for the kids in their classroom.

 

Paper sizes: 

Rich razzleberry card stock cut 8 1/2”                                    

x 10 1/2”
Scraps of whisper white, and basic

black card stock.

 

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Fringe Scissors

Fringe Scissors
[133325]
$10.00

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Instructions:
1. With the piece of rich razzleberry card stock, put it in the trimmer with the long side at the top. Score it at 2”, 5”, 7: and 10” turn and score at 1 1/2” and 6 1/2”. Fold all the score lines and cut up the bottom (2” side) score lines to the 1st score lines. Cut off the 1/2” section at the bottom, and with the fringe scissors fringe the top half all the way down with the scissors. Adhere together the bag with tear and tape.
2. Cut a 2” basic black square and add wink of stella to it. Adhere the zig sag boarder punch out to the top and bottom of his mouth and then add to the monster at the bottom.
3. Punch out 2 – 1” whisper white circle and 2 – 3/4” basic black circle and adhere them together. Now add them to the monster and cut out two eye brows from basic black card stock and add over the eyes.
4. Lastly if you wish you ca add a heart to the monsters mouth. It makes him look like he is eating the heart.
ENJOY!

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Brenda Wilkinson
Your independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrater
brendalovesherphotos@yahoo.com
www.bringjoywithstamping.com

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Lyle Lyle Crocodile Treat Box

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Created by Brenda
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Don’t be afraid of this big guy, he comes to bring you a big Valentine’s day hello. Roar!

 

Paper sizes:
Garden green card stock 11” x
8 1/2”
Garden green card stock cut 8 1/2” x 7”
2 Pieces of Gardengreen card stock 3” x 4”
Scraps of whisper white, basic black, and garden green card stock.

 

Product List

Glue Dots

$5.25

Instructions:
1. Use the piece of garden green card stock that measures 8 1/2” x 11” Score it with the 8 1/2” side at the top at 1”, and 7 1/2”. Turn and score at 3” and 8” and fold all score lines. Cut up both long scores on the long sides and assemble the box with tear and tape.
2. Adhere the two pieces of garden green that measures 3” x 5” with tear and tape to both short ends.
Now for the top piece that measures 8 1/2 x 7”. Score with the 7” side at the top at 1” and 6”, turn and score at 1” and 7 1/2”. Fold all score lines and assemble as you did the bottom. On one of the sides of the top cut up both sides on the long side and angle it out. Attach the flap on that side to the bottom of the box with tear and tape.
3. Add the zig zag to the inside of the cover on three sides of the top cover. Next punch out 10 – 1/2” circle and adhere 5 together and the other 5 together. Add these to the top front of the box cover for his nostrils.
Next Punch out two Garden green 1 3/4” circles, cut them about 1/2” and adhere together to form curved circle. Then punch out 2 – 1” circles that get added to the 2 garden green circles. Now punch out 2 – 3/4” basic black circle and add those to the whisper white ones. Add a fleck in both the eyes to the right with white chalk marker. 4. Attach them to the back of the top cover with glue dots.
ENJOY!
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Brenda Wilkinson
Your independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrater
brendalovesherphotos@yahoo.com

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Bee My Valentine Treat Box

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Created by Brenda
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Oh, please bee my Valentine says the little bee. How cute am I! I can be given to a child or even to an adult who is a big kid too.

Paper sizes:
Daffodil delight card stock
Cut 10” x 10 1/2”
Piece of dafodil delight card stock that measures 3 1/2” x 2 1/2”.                     
Scraps of basic black, whisper white, dazzling diamonds glimmer

paper and dafodil delight card stock.

 

 

 

Product List

Full Heart Punch

Full Heart Punch
[119883]
$16.95

Small Oval Punch

Small Oval Punch
[120908]
$12.95

 

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Instructions:
1. With piece of dafodil delight card stock cut 10” x 10 1/2” score on the 10 1/2” side at 2 1/2”, 5”. 7 1/2”, and 10”. Turn and score at 2 1/2”, 5”, and 7 1/2” and fold all score lines. Cut off the bottom and top 1/2” score lines. Add tear and tape to the rest of the 1/2” tab and fold over to the other side and secure.  

2. Asseble the bottom flaps, folding over and securing With snail. On the top cut off three section only leaving the back one. With the piece of dafodil delight card stock that measures 3 1/2” x 2 1/2” round ont the ends of the 2 1/2” side. Score close to that side at 1”, fold and attach this piece to the top of the box over the flap, then secure the flap with a piece of velcro.
3. Cut 3 strips of basic black card stock that measures 12” x 1/4” and wrap around the bee box securing with tear and tape. Punch out 2 whisper white hearts fold the tip 1/4” over and secure with a glue dot on both sides of the box, these are his wings. If you wish you can add a heart to the top of the box.
4. Cut out a piece of dafodil delight card stock in the shape of a wide pear that measures around 2 1/4” x 2 1/4”. Add strips of basic black card stock that measures 5” x 1/8” fold in half, curl the ends and attach to the top of the pear shape. Now punch out a small dazzling diamonds card stock color it pink and add to the center of the pear shape. Draw a mouth under the nose and add two eyes above it . TFor the eyes I just cut out of basic black and whisper white card stock added eye balls with white chalk marker and add them to the face with snail.
5. Lastly add the face to the box with tear and tape and add white chalk dots for dimples if you wish.
ENJOY!

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(Cased from Angie)

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Brenda Wilkinson
Your independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrater
brendalovesherphotos@yahoo.com
www.bringjoywithstamping.com

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Valentine Treat Holder

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Created by Brenda
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This big mama of. A treat holder is great to use during the holidays to hold candy or treats. You can also fill it with treats or gifts and give it to a love one.

Paper sizes:
Real red card stock that measures 12” x 12”.
4 pieces of designer series paper 3 3/4” x 3 3/4”
Ribbon cut 12”

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Real Red 12" X 12" Card Stock

Real Red 12″ X 12″ Card Stock
[124290]
$5.95

Instructions:
Put the real red card stock in the simply scored score board and score it at 4” and 8”. Turn and repeat, rand then fold all score line.
Next fold over one side of the card stock and diagnally crease inward the corner so it looks like a triangle. Repeat this for each corner.
Add the 4 pieces of designer series paper of your choice to each outside panel with snail.
Lastly gather up the corner’s and punch a hold in each section about 1/4” down. Sting the ribbon through the holes and tie a bow. You can also add embellishments to the the sides if you wish.
ENJOY!
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Brenda Wilkinson.

Your independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrater
brendalovesherphotos@yahoo.com
www.bringjoywithstamping.com

 

 

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Large Valentine Mail Box

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Created by Brenda
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This hug mail box is a great addition t and child’s life weather in the classroom or at home. Try making one for your child’s classroom.

Paper sizes:

Two pieces of your choic in color card stock that measures 11” x 10”.                                
Another 2pieces of that Sam color card stock that measures 8” x 11”
Another 2 pieces of same color card stock that measures 11” x 7”
4 Pieces of designer series paper that measures 4 3/4” x 3 1/4”
4 More pieces of designer series paper that measures 7 1/2” x 4 3/4”
Scraps of designer series paper,
Scraps of that same color card stock you used as above.
A piece of ribbon that measures 8”
5 pieces of designer series paper that measures 5” x 5”

 

Product List

Full Heart Punch

Full Heart Punch
[119883]
$16.95

Melon Mambo 1/4" Cotton Ribbon

Melon Mambo 1/4″ Cotton Ribbon
[134566]
$6.00

 

Instructions;
1. With the first two pieces of melon mambo card stock or the color you have chosen, score with the long side at the top at 5” and 10”. Turn and score it at 6”. Fold all score lines and then Cut off the bottom 1” section, only at the bottom on both pieces. Adhere the two pieces together with tear and tape and assemble the bottom of the box as you would any other box. This is the main part of the mailbox.
2. Next with the second two pieces of card stock, score them the with long side at the top at 5” and 10”, then turn and score at 4”. Cut off the bottom tab as before and adhere one side to the other. Fold each piece in half and with a ruler mark up on both sides 2 1/2” and connect the two points together with a pencil. Now on each piece cut out that section for the legs. Adhere the other side together and put the bottom section together with tear and taper as before.
3. Attach the bottom to the main piece with tear and tape. Then adhere the designer series paper to each side and set aside.
4. For the cover take the last two pieces of card stock and with the long sides at the top score at 5” and 10”. Turn and score at 3 1/2”. Fold all score line’s and then with the classic lael punch, punch only one side. You punch once in the middle and then move it to both sides and punch again (Try to get it straighter then I did. Haha!) Then assemble the sides as before. Now for the top fold in two sides, pinching the top. This forms a milk carton type box. Adhere the top section together with snail and add the remaining designer series paper around the box.
5. Put the cover on the box and decorate it as you wish. I used punched hears as well as hearts cut out ones and ribbon.
Lastly I made a few small envelopes in case the kids wanted to make their own valentines. I made them on the envelope punch board and used the smallest size.
ENJOY!
I would love to see your design for this mail box. You can send them to Brendalovesherohotos@yahoo.com
Did you love this project then check out my blog at www.bringjoywithstamping.com for more projects
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Brenda Wilkinson
Your independent Stampin’ Up!  demonstrater.                          
brendalovesherphotos@yahoo.com
www.bringjoywithstamping.com

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Little Red Wagon Treat Holder

Bumping up and down in my red wagon! What a cute little treat holder to give to little ones or can be changed to be used as a favor for your tables. Imagine them white for a wedding or pink or blue for a baby shower.

Materials needed:
Real red card stock
Nasic black card stock
Whisper white card stock
Trimmer
Scissors
Wood crate framelits
Pinewood planks textured impressions embossing folder
Big shot
Tear and tape
1” and 3/4” circle punches
Piercing toool and mat

 

Instructions:
1. Cut a piece of real red card stock in half and die cutout two of the wood crate framlits. Now run each piece through the big shot with the pinewood pink embossing folder. With your trimmer or scissors cut off the top section of the wagon so you only have two planks. Assemble the wagon with tear and tape.
2. Then punch out four 1” white circle and four 3/4” black circles. Adhere them together and adhere them to the wagon with tear and tape.
3. With a piercing tool pierce a hold in the end and then cut a thin strip of black card stock and insert and adhere through the small hole. Cut out two little ovals and adhere them to the ends of the long strip of black card stock.
ENJOY!

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Pocketful of Sunshine

Hi everyone.

Today is the last day I am doing pocketful of sunshine. I will be doing a stam set about every two weeks and holiday ones when appropriate. Next two weeks will be Grown with love, so check back often. Any way here is a project I made with pocketful of sunshine. I just adhered the pockets together and made a banner.

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Coffee Cup Treat Holder

These treat holders are great to give to coffee lovers as well as others because you can fill them with just about anything.

Materials Needed:
Chocolate chip card stock
Coffee break designer series paper
Ribbon
Large oval punch
Trimmer
Paper snips
Treats
Small Coffee cups
Tear and tape
SNAIL
Soft suede ink

Instructions:
1. Cut two piece of chocolate chip card stock 6 3/4” x 6 3/4” and score both of them at 2 1/4” and 4 1/2”. Cut up both side scores t the first score and assemble the box with tear and tape. Add designer series paper to three sides that is cut 2” x 2”.
2. Next cut another piece of chocolate chip card stock 11” x 2 1/4”.Score that piece in half at 5 1/2” and both ends at 1/2”. Fold all score lines and then adhere the two large sections together and the two 1/2” flaps folded out adhere them to the inside of each box. Punch an oval in the top and add a ribbon, tying it into a bow.
3. Lastly cover the small coffee cups with designer series paper and add treats to them. You can also add sentiments to each side of the box.
ENJOY!

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Coffee Holder

A great coffee holders can be given out as gifts, or put in a gift bags to make a great themed gift. The are easy and quick to make.

Materials Needed:
Scalloped Tag topper punch
Coffeee Cafe designer series paper
Trimmer
Ribbon
Coffee cafe stamp set
Soft suede card stock
Soft suede ink
Scalloped circle punch
Small oval punch

Instructions:
Cut a piececoffee cafe designer series paper 2” x 111/2” and then score it at 3” and 3 1/2”. Fold all score lines no then use the tag topper punch to punch the top and add he ribbon.
Now punch a oval all the way in on the opposite side you punched the scallop. adhere the strip above the oval to the base piece and add the coffee.
Lastly punch out a scalloped circle punch and adhere it to the front. Stamp the sentament of choice in soft suede and adhere it to the top of the scallop and you are done.
ENJOY!
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