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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Coffee Cafe Treat Holders

These cute little coffee treat holder is great to give any coffee lover or to use as a party favor.

Material Needed:
Trimmer
Scissors
Coffee cafe stamp set.
Coffee Cup Framelits
Coffee Break Designer series paper
Snail
Tear and Tape
Chocolate chip card stock

Instructions:
1. Cut two piecse of chocolate chip card stock 3” x 3 1/2” and then score them both at 1” at the bottom and 15/16” on two of the sides. Fold all score lines and then snip up the bottom to score to the 1” score. Adhere the two side tabs to the center and then adhere to two boxes together with tear and tape.
2. Now cut out two large coffee cups and there lids from designer series paper. Adhere a coffee cup on each side of the box and also adher the lid to it.
3. Next I punched out a scalloped circle adhered it to the front and stamp a saying for the front. And lastly I got some Starbucks instant coffee to add to the middle as well as a Ghirardelli chocolate.

(Cased from Chic n scratch)
ENJOY!
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Happy Stamping Brenda

 

 

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Gift Bag

This gift bag is easy to make and can be changed up for any occasion. Birthdays, holidays, wedding and ugh more come to mind for me.

Materials needed:
Ribbon
Stampin’ Trimmer
Paper snips
SNAIL
Tear and tape
Coffee break Designer series paper

Instructions:
1, With two pieces of designer series paper score them at 2”
on one side and 3” on all the other sides. Fold the score
lines and then add SNAIL to the two 2” pieces and fold
forward securing them. No fold the other three the
opposite ways and cut one piece across the 3” score to
the first score line. Now with the other piece cut off the
3” square on bothe sides.
2. Next cut a piece of card stock 2 7/8” x 5 7/8” and attach
it to the bottom portion you cut across the sides. Adhere
the bottom of the other piece on top of that with tear and
tape. This forms the bottom of your box.
3. Now put tear and tape on the bottom or outside of the two small flaps and on the inside of larger flaps but only the left or right sides. Take off the paper and adhere the bottoms first and then the side with no tape and lastly the side with the tape.
4. Lastly Punch two holes in each side of the bag and add ribbon.
ENJOY!
Now tha you are done you can make gift bags for all your parties and gift giving. Oh and by the way don’t forget to sign up for my newsletter at www.bjstampingtreasures.com

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Photo or Poem frame

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Instructions:
Cut a piece of card stock 10″ x 8 1/4″ (you can stamp designs on it if you wish) and then score it on the long side at 3/8″, 2/4″, 1 1/8″, 1 1/2′, 9″, 9 3/8″, 9 3/4″ and 10 1/8″. Turn your paper and score the opposite way at 3/8″, 3/4″, 1 1/8″, 1 1/2″, 6 3/4″, 7 1/8″, 7 1/2″, and 7 7/8′. Turn pack to the first side you did and make tick marks at 1 7/8″and 6 3/8″ to the 3rd score line. Fold all score lines.
On the side you did not make the tick makes, cut up on each corner the 4th score line to the 3rd score line. Then on the side your made the tick mark cut up the tick to the 3rd score line and then cut over one and diagnally to the other side you cut..
Make sure all score lines are folded and then put tear and tape othe outer side of the end sections and fold over the longer sides to form a square tube. Now put tear and tape on the little diaginal section we made and do the same on the last two opposite sides. This forms your frame.
Now just add a ribbon to hange it and some embellishments.
ENJOY!

These frames would be great to memorialize someone or add someone’s poem to them. Now go to my blog to see what else you can discover. Www.bjstampingtreasures.com

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Paper/Card Holder

Just made this awesome paper/ card holder for all my papers all over my desk. Pretty easy ask me how.

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Rose Pins

 

These rose pins are easy to make and you can even spray them with perfume for a great smell. Make a bunch and give them to friends and loved ones.

Materials needed:
Glue gun
Paper or cloth like paper
Circle or rose die
Big shot
Scissors
Pin back

Instructions;
1. With a piece of cloth like paper, cut out a circle or us the retired spiral rose die from Stampin’ Up! If you use a circle just cut a spiral shape out of the circle and then just roll up the spiral or the rose die to form the rose.
2. Use your glue gun and glue to the last section before the last circle. Add the pin and then adhere the last circle over the pin to make it look nice.
ENJOY!
Easy peasy right? Now check out my blog for more great ideas at www.bjstampingtreasures.com
Happy Stamping Brenda

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Tea Set

 

Tea for two and two for tea. Make this adorable little tea set for any occasion. Anyone for big girls to little girls would love this great tea party set.

 

Product List

Big Shot

$110.00

Glue Dots

$5.25

 

Instructions:
Tray:
1. Cut a piece of card stock you choice in color 10 1/2″ x 8 1/4″ and then score it with the long side at the top at 3/8″, 3/4″, 1 1/8″, 1 1/2″, 9″, 9 3/8″, 9 3/4″, and 10 1/8″. Then turn and score at 3/8″, 3/4″, 1 1/8″, 1 1/2″, 6 3/4″, 7 1/8″, 7 1/2″, and 7 7/8″. Now while on the score board score on the 1 7.8″ and 6 3/8″ to the second score line and repeat on the opposite sides.
2. Now cut on each corner the following, sown the extra markers you made to the second score line diaginal to the next square, then over one and down to the other side. Repeat for each side.
JWhen this is done fold all score lines and then add tear and tape to all the end scores on the opposite way you folded. Also add tear and tape to the small diaginal cut you made.
3. Now take off the paper of the tear and take on the long sides and fold over forming a long square tube. Take off all the rest of the tear and tape and repeat for the last two sides. Add designer series paper to middle and you can add lace as i did on the pink set.
Tea Pot:
1. For the tea pot four two pieces of card stock from the baker’s box thinlets. Assemble as usual with tear and tape, and add designer series paper to each side. Instead of having both sides in leave on out for the spout and add a glue dot to keep the top closed.
2. Now cut a piece of card stock 1″ x 5′ and add a strip of designer series paper
to the top of it. Fold over about a half inch on both sides and adhere to the
opposite side from the spout.
3. lastly add embelishments to the tea pot wherever desired.
Cups:
1. For the cups cut a piece of matching designer series paper 5 3/4″ x 3 1/2″ and then score it with the long side at the top at 7/8″, 1 3/4′, 2 5/8″, 3 1/2″, 4 3/8″, and 5 1/4″. Now turn it and score at 1″, and. 2 1/4″. Fold all score ines and then put tear and tape on the top of the long side except for the end. Then cut off the 1/2 section at the pottom and fold over the top section. Put tear and tape on the 1/2″ section that is left on both side and tuck it in the section on the opposite side where you did not add tear and tape.
2. Now add tear and tape to the bottom flaps alternating gluing the flaps first one side then the opposite one.
For the handle cut 1″ x 3″ strip of designer series paper and score in half at 1/2″. Fold in half the long way, fold over small flaps on the ends and adhere them to the cup.
Walla you are done.
ENJOY!

Now that you have done this extensive project you should be proud of yourself. Go and see what other great things you can make on my blog at fwww.bjstampingtreasures.com

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Note Book Case

These beautiful note book cases are very easy to make. And are great to put in your purse, give to a friend or to have on your desk.

 

 

Product List

Designer Series Paper Patterns Stack - Brights Collection

Designer Series Paper Patterns Stack – Brights Collection
[117155]
$21.95

 

Instructions:
With a piece of disigner series paper cut 10 1/2″ x 7″ and then insert it into the stamp case between the case and the plastic sleeve. Now add an embelishment to the front and believe it our not you are almost done.
Cut a piece of designer series paper the width of your note book ( all pads are different) and then 3″ long. Adhere the designer series paper to the top of the note pad with tear and tape. Add and embelishment if you with to the top of the pad, add a pen and you are done.
ENJOY!
Now that you are done make a bunch ot them as gifts to have on hand. You can get the stamp cases on my website at www.bjstampingtreasures.stampinup.net as well as many other products.
Happy stamping Brenda

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Window Gift Box or luminary

This window box is so delicate and can be used to give many different gifts and even used as a luminary after the gift is given.
Product List

Big Shot

$110.00

 

Instructions:
1. Cut two pieces of card stock your choice in color 8 3:4 x 6 1/2″ and one piece 5 7/8″ square. Score the larger pieces with the long side at the top at 4 1/4″ and 8 1/2″ turn and score at 2 3/4″. Then the other piece score at 3/4″ on all four sides and fold all score lines.
2. Cut in the larger pieces from the bottom to the 2 3/4″ score line notching them out. Then take the detailed floral thinlits and die cut each large square on the large pieces. You can then add window sheets for stability and assemble the box with tear and tape.
3. Now assemble the lid with tear and tape. I added DSP to the top as well as an embellishment, and you can add a gift rage if you wish.
ENJOY!
Now that you have done this box check out my blog for other great projects. www.bjstampingtreasures.com
Happy stamping Brenda

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