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I finally made another video tutorial! I have been so busy at work lately that I haven’t had much time to work on my stamping projects. As many of you know, I work at an urgent care center full time, and we have been crazy busy lately with flu and other things. By the time I get home, I am exhausted. So, hopefully that is almost over and I can get back to creating. Stamping is my passion, and I miss being able to do it full time. But, until I win the lottery or meet my prince charming, I will have to continue to work another job in addition to my stamping business. I am trying to do more videos and blog posting so hopefully I can share more projects with everyone. If you like the projects you see, please subscribe to my blog and youtube channel so you will get the posts as soon as I make them.
This adorable treat bag is a white lunch bag in a smaller size. I got them at Sam’s club in a big pack for next to nothing. I think there were 500 in a pack. I embossed it with the petal burst embossing folder and then added the blooms and bliss designer paper and the paper cut out with the stylish stems framelits. The how to video is at the bottom so just scroll down.
Here is a close up of the cut out part and I love how the paper shows through.
For the bow, I used the burlap ribbon and pulled the threads apart to make it fuller. Details are in the video below.
Here is the matching card to go with the treat bag. It is pretty much the exact same, I just made it into a card. The video is below. If you are getting this in an email feed, you might have to click on the link to go to my blog to see it. Hope you enjoy it. Please leave a comment and subscribe to my blog and you tube channel to get these posts instantly. Thanks for stopping by!
Happy Valentine’s Day to you all….hopefully you are having a great day. I am one of those single people that doesn’t really have any exciting plans for the day except stamping with the girls (which happens to be one of my favorite things to do!)! I had a stamp class this morning and one of my awesome customers and friend (Lynn W) brought these adorable treats for everyone at the class so I had to share. The paper retired from Stampin Up a couple of years ago but you could easily copy the idea with the current papers.
She also made these treats for her granddaughter’s teachers and I am sure they loved them too. Who wouldn’t? I am so blessed to have such amazing customers like Lynn that are so thoughtful. I hope you have a wonderful day and if you are single, like me, then try to do something fun like stamping!
Today I am going to share a cute Valentine treat that I made using the Sealed With Love Bundle which you can find on pgs 14 and 15 in the Stampin Up Occasions Mini. I wanted to get this on here before Valentine’s Day so you can totally copy it if you like! I am doing this treat in my Feb classes next week so I hope all of my customers don’t mind me showing this ahead of time. I think they like to be surprised in class! LOL!
I made a video tutorial to show you step by step how I made it and it has all of the measurements on there too.
Sorry for the angle of this video. I got a new tripod and was trying it out and it looked fine while I was filming it but then when I uploaded it to youtube it was more slanted then on top like I wanted it to be but hopefully you still get the idea.
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Today I am going to show you how to make this super easy gift card holder using a regular envelope! I made this about 2 weeks ago but it has taken me this long to make the video and post these pictures. I never imagined that making a video and uploading it would be so time consuming. I wish I had magical powers to just blink my eyes and make it happen by itself. If only I had about 10 more hours in a day to get everything done on my To-do list. I am sure many of you can relate to that, especially at this time of year.
Watch the video to see step by step instructions. I used the Star of Light framelit and the Fancy Frost designer paper for the front. The snowflake inside and the Surprise are from the Tin of Tags stamp set. You can find all of these products in the Stampin Up Holiday mini. If you would like to purchase the products shown here or any other Stampin Up products, just click on the shopping cart to the right.
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Today I am sharing the projects I am doing in my class tomorrow. We are making a gorgeous framed art piece, a caramel corn gift bag and clear treat box filled with candy. Cost of the class is $20 and includes all of your supplies including the frame. The framed art uses the Sheltering Tree stamp set and sponging. I also used the copper foil as a background piece. The leaves and matching framelits can be found in the big catalog. For the treat box, I used the Christmas Magic stamp set from the Holiday mini.
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I finally created another video! For those of us that are technically challenged, it pretty much takes all day to make one from start to finish especially if the phone rings or you mess up in the middle or your video camera battery dies half way through, and you have to start all over again! I think the more that I do them the faster I will get but right now I am exhausted! LOL! I do have a couple oops moments in there but that’s ok. I hope you like it.
The video shows how to make this adorable Jar of Love treat bag. All of the details are in the video with dimensions too!
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This is such a great idea! You can decorate our Stampin Up cello bags just by using our embossing folders! How cool is that? Watch this quick video from Stampin Up that shows you step by step how to do it!
One of my downline, Connie Pillsbury, created the most adorable gift idea using the new ruffled ribbon and the new dress die. I thought it was so cute I had to share it!! She started with a yard of the ribbon and taped it to the bottom of the dress and started wrapping it all the way up. Then she put it into a small cello bag and made a cute topper. Genius!
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