Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Sea Street Summer Fun Ensemble!

This fun summer time ensemble is just what you need to celebrate the last few weeks of summer vacation! The darling bucket filled with beachy friends is a perfect centerpiece for an end of summer party! And if it’s a birthday you are celebrating, the port hole birthday card is just what you need! The Summer Memories Journal/Album will help you document all of the fun you have had over the summer months.
 
This awesome project was made by Julie Warnick, and you can get her tutorial when you subscribe to August over at Craft Project Central.
 
Thanks for stopping by,
 
 
Julie B

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Elegant Greeting Card Set & Box

Nothing makes a better present than a set of hand-made greeting cards. Make this elegant set with a matching carrying ‘case’ and your present will be a hit!   Great for a stamp camp, or as a class project.

This pretty project was made by Monika Davis, and you can get her tutorial when you subscribe to August over at Craft Project Central

Thanks for stopping by,


Julie B

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Flashback Envelope Mini Album

This fun mini album is made out of envelopes!  These mini albums are easy to put together and a perfect way to show off your photos!  Or you could pair it up with the coordinating greeting card and give away as a great gift!

This fun project was made by Laurie Zoellmer, and you can get her tutorial when you subscribe to August over at Craft Project Central.

Thanks for stopping by,


Julie B

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Back to School Teacher Gift

 We all know how fun and intimidating the start of a new school year can be for both the student and the teacher. Why not start off on a good note with your child’s teacher and present them with a Start of School Gift Box full of fun things for the teacher to use for herself! Add a handmade card and you are done.
 
This fun project as made by Judi Sparks, and you can get her tutorial when you subscribe to August over at Craft Project Central.
 
Thanks for stopping by,
 
 
Julie B

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Back to School Writing Set!

This is writing set is the perfect Back to School gift for any teacher’s desk! The Covered Junior Legal Pad is all set up with a convenient little spot to hold your special pencil along its edge. The Open Top Card Box holds 50 easy-to-reach-for Grid Cards for a quick note. And top off the gift with the coordinating card and wrapped up extra pencils!
 
This project was made by ME!! And you can get the tutorial when you subscribe to August over at Craft Project Central.
 
Thanks for stopping by,
 

Julie B

Thursday, August 14, 2014

The Open Sea Ensemble

This set is perfect way to celebrate the man in your life.  Whether that’s your spouse or a teen, he’ll love the nautical theme.  This set includes a gift box, card, and banner.  The pillow box has a window view of a ship at sea and there’s room for a gift card or small gift.  Continue the theme with the coordinating banner.

This great project was made by Bev Adams, and you can get her tutorial when you subscribe to August over at Craft Project Central.

Thanks for stopping by,


Julie B

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Thanks and a Sneak Peek of a New Product!


This is a little Thank You treat I made a few of today. I used the new (fabulous) Gift Card Envelope and Trims Thinlits. I just used the envelope piece, along with a piece of Pistachio Pudding card stock. It's so awesome - you run it through the Big Shot, and it's all cut AND scored for you!! 

I used a couple Glue Dots to quickly adhere the bottom flap. Then I added a piece of Natural Chevron Ribbon around the middle. (Love that ribbon!)
 
I stamped 'ticket no.' from That's the Ticket in Crumb Cake ink, and punched it out with the Ticket Duo punch. And I also stamped 'thanks' from Another Thank You (Love that this Photopolymer set made it into the annual catalog!). And I punched that out with the Ticket Duo punch also! - I Love Craft White stamped onto Kraft card stock!!

And finally I added a 4" x 6" cello bag (folded in half), with Wint O Green lifesavers!

Simple and easy - Tah dah!!


Julie B 

Monday, August 11, 2014

Fabulous Four Thanks!

 
I made this card for the Sketch Card Challenge over at Craft Project Central. It's a fun little, different sized card than the usual! It's a 3" x 6". The sketch was actually a portrait version, but I changed it up to a landscape version! - But I guess that's why they call it a sketch, and not a copy!! You can change it up a bit to what you want to do...
Here's the sketch that you'll find over at Craft Project Central. And there's directions if you click HERE. If you hop on over and play along you can win a free subscription!


Julie B

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Paper Pumpkin Fun at Class!


I'm loving the Paper Pumpkin kits these last few months! To be honest, I quit getting them for a while. But the quality and projects are sooo much better now! And it's so fun to get a nice surprise in the mail!

This card and gift box below are both from the July Paper Pumpkin kit. The kit came with six cards and envelopes, and six gift boxes with tags. 

So everyone at class got to make one of each of these! (Plus a couple other past Paper Pumpkin projects)

Super fun!! If you're interested in Paper Pumpkin - now's the time!! It's half off for the first two months if you join by September 10th. That's only $9.97 a month - can't go wrong for that price!! Click HERE to go to Paper Pumpkin's website. Use PROMO Code HALFOFF2, and don't forget to choose me as your demonstrator! :)


Julie B 

"Too Kind" Greeting Card Set

Create a boxed set of greeting cards that feature Stampin’ Up!’s “Too Kind” stamp set.  In this tutorial, you’ll make a colorful set of cards--each adorned with coordinating jewels--and a coordinating envelope for each card.  This ensemble wouldn’t be complete without a handy decorated box that’s perfect for gift-giving or storing the cards until needed.
 
This sweet little project was made by Regina Andari, and you can get her tutorial when you subscribe to August over at Craft Project Central.
 
Thanks for stopping by,
 
 
Julie B