Friday, November 16, 2012

a few more photos

Super simple box using the Labels Collection Framelits, window sheets, Crumb Cake cardstock and Heart of Christmas stamp of handmade tags using the Festival of Prints Designer Series Paper Stack and Merry & Type stamp set.

 This is the dryer sheet card using Midnight Muse and Whisper White cardstock with Cherry Cobbler and Baja Breeze inks, Dazzling Diamonds and Cherry Cobbler baker's twine.

 Pimp out your cupcakes with Twitterpated Designer Series Paper, rosettes, Mixed Bunch Stamp set and the Blossom Punch.  Wrap it all up in our gusseted Cellophane Bags and 3/8" Taffeta Ribbon.

 You can put ANYTHING in a mason jar, label it, stamp it and and wrap a ribbon around it for a great handmade gift.  This one holds peppermint hot cocoa - store bought cocoa mix, crushed peppermint candies, mini marshmallows and tiny chocolate chips.

 I've been dying to try this technique, stamping with edible ink (confectioner's sugar and food coloring), I've yet to perfect it, but when I do, it's going to be MARVELOUS!  How cool is stamping your dessert plate or serving platter?!  Here I've tried several sugars sprinkled like glitter on the wet mixture, I think I like the superfine granulated sugar best.

 This is ab embossing resist technique..

Embossing resist technique with some bling.

and some wooden clothespins decked out with designer series paper, baker's twine, cotton ribbon that been stamped and some glitters and rhinestones.  FUN, FUN, FUN!

 Who needs a gift bag when you can make a super cute wine bottle tag?  Note, the circle at the top where it slips over the neck is the small Ornament Keepsake Framelit die.  SOOOO cute!

You can purchase all of the supplies used to make everything in this post at or contact me to book a girl's night in workshop at your place or mine and I'll show you how to make these fun keepsakes.

 Thanks for looking!


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