Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Box-Bag-Basket Treat Holder for Class this Week!

This is the super cute project we're gonna make for stamp class this week! It's named after my awesome friend Liz Price's cute project HERE, the 'Box-Bag-Basket' - a perfect name for this project! You start out making the base of a BOX, wrap it in DSP to create a BAG, and finish it with a super cute and unique handle to make it a BASKET!

And I did make my own simple tag to add to this masterpiece! Simple die cuts and layers tied on for a sweet finish!

And this fabulous handle is the Rick Rack design (also from Liz, HERE) - such a cute finishing design to add that special touch!

Hopefully, you're coming to class to make this cute project! There will be a few different DSP choices form the Succulent Garden DSP pack - so cute!!

Hope to see you at class this week,

Julie B

Sunday, March 5, 2017

Creation Station Blog Hop - Boxes, Baskets and Bags Oh My!

Welcome to Creation Station's March Blog Hop - Boxes, Baskets and Bags Oh My! I'm super excited for this - I Love, Love, Love all the little giftie packaging!! It's so fun to wrap up little treats!

I decided to make something simple for St. Patrick's Day! I know most people don't probably do too much, but wear green for the day, or maybe eat or drink something green... But how fun to leave someone special a little treat?

This Baker's Box is the perfect size to package quite a few little goodies. It's about 2" deep and 2-1/2" wide, and sits about 4" tall. - Plenty of room!

Stampin' Up! doesn't usually have much for St. Patrick's Day, but there's always a way to create it ;) 
So I used the Party Animal Designer Series Paper for the band around the box - Emerald Envy the perfect color!

The gold medallion piece as well as the hearts (used to make the clover) were thinlits included with the Baker's Box!

I added the Gold Binder Clip with the Emerald Envy Baker's Twine bow for a quick and easy close of the top!

I hope you enjoy the rest of the Blog Hop! Here are the links to either go BACK and see the great work of Cindy Schuster or on to the NEXT with the fabulous Elizabeth Price!!

Thanks for stopping by,


Julie B