The weather is beautiful here in New Jersey and we’re being promised a great weather weekend. It’s a much needed change for us. I hope you have some fun weekend plans and can also spend some time in your craft room!
One of my Mini Treat Bags is standing alone today. This one happens to be my favorite and I thought I’d showcase it. As promised, I put together a quick tutorial for the Mini Treat Bags. The treat bag in the picture above is die cut from a retired Stampin’ Up! set called the Mini Treat Bag Thinlit Dies. They are a favorite and served me well over the years getting treat bags ready for my daughter’s students. I have a few of those favorites that will remain in their designated space in my craft room!
You can download the PDF by clicking the button below. I hope you enjoy the tutorial and have fun designing your own treat bags.
So, grab your favorite DSP, make a few cuts, score a few lines and create something fun to fill and give!
…the only limitation is your imagination!
TODAY’S STAMPIN’ NEWS:
THE NEW CHRISTMAS WHIMSY CARD KIT
Stampin’ Up! has added a new kit to their awesome Kit Collection! The Christmas Whimsy card kit is an adorably festive card kit with a modern design! The simple steps of this kit are perfect for the beginner crafters and kids, too! Grab a kit or two and gather around for a simple Christmas activity that everyone will enjoy. The kit contains everything you need to create eight elf-centric Christmas cards including printed card bases, die cuts, embellishments, an exclusive stamp set, a Night of Navy Classic Stampin’ Spot, and more!
You can click on the image below for more details.
Here’s a preview of the whimsical card designs in the Kit.
- Sale-A-Bration is in full swing. For every $50 Product Purchase from any current catalog, you can choose a FREE item from the Sale-A-Bration Brochure. You can download the Brochure by clicking the image below:
A GIFT FROM ME:
For every $50 product purchase through my online store, you will receive a FREE pack of Metallic Pearls embellishments. They’re in the Annual Catalog on page 143/ These pearls are a great staple for your embellishment collection.