September 9, 2017

Create with Connie & Mary Saturday Blog Hop!


I'm so glad you are visiting me today. It's our Saturday Blog Hop at Create with Connie and Mary and before I show you today's project, a reminder that we go live on September 11th with our September Mini Subscription:




We are featuring products from the new HOLIDAY Catalog!  You can still get the FREE 3D Bonus project, too!  See details below!

  • Our mini sessions include the instructions for 14 projects with full step-by-step tutorials:
    • Each mini session includes TWELVE unique cards featuring three stamp sets, and
    • Each mini session includes TWO 3D items perfect projects for your club, classes, stamp camps or gifts
    • All 14 project tutorials are available once the mini session opens so you immediately have all project tutorials right there at your fingertips
    • All designs and tutorials are EXCLUSIVELY for subscribers and will not be posted anywhere else online.
  • Our FABULOUS design team members are joining us - Debbie Henderson, Libby Fens, and Melissa Davies!  They always have such GREAT ideas that are perfect and easy to recreate!
  • Mini sessions are available the 11th of each month (and you'll have access for up to a year)
  • Demos...did you know this is a tax deduction for your Stampin' Up! business? But...you don't need to be a demo to enjoy our mini-subscriptions!
Sets we will be using:
  • Pick a Pumpkin Bundle
  • Tags & Trimming Bundle
  • Spooky Cat Stamp Set
  • Festive Phrases Stamp Set
  • Colorful Seasons Bundle
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This week we are featuring "Holiday Favorites" and I chose to feature the new Pizza Box. I love that these boxes are just the right size and are food safe. Shall we say holiday cookies are on the horizon? 

I wasn't quite ready for Christmas cookies just yet so I chose the Painted Harvest stamp set along with the Painted Autumn Designer Paper. We even have the Leaf Punch to punch out all of those stamped leaves:


So how did I turn my white box into an orange colored box? I mixed rubbing alcohol and 3-4 drops of Pumpkin Pie Ink Refill into a Stampin' Spritzer and sprayed the whole box, (not the inside though). By using rubbing alcohol, the ink dries rather quickly.


For layers on top of the box I added the following:

  • Old Olive Cardstock 3-1/4" x 3-1/4"
  • Painted Autumn Designer Paper 3" x 3". I glued this layer on with Stampin' Dimensionals for height.
  • The flower was stamped using Daffodil Delight Ink and the center was stamped with Basic Black Ink. I hand-cut the flower and glued it in place using Stampin' Dimensionals.
  • Four leaves stamped with Garden Green Ink. The bold image was stamped on scrap paper first and then onto Whisper White Cardstock for the lighter look to it. Stamp the detailed image with the same ink, but full strength. Cut all the leaves out with the Leaf Punch, glue and tuck them in place under the flower. 
  • The three white leaves were cut using Whisper White Ink and the Flourish Thinlits Dies. Glue and tuck those under the flower also. 
  • The sentiment is from the Sunshine Sayings stamp set, stamped using Garden Green Ink. I hand-cut around the sentiment real close and cut both ends into a "V". Glue in place with Mini Stampin' Dimensionals.
  • Wrap Tear & Tape around all four sides of the box and press the Old Olive Stitched-Edge Ribbon into the adhesive and tie into a bow.



Project Supplies:
  • Stamps: Painted Harvest, Sunshine Sayings
  • Inks: Daffodil Delight, Garden Green, Basic Black, Pumpkin Pie
  • Cardstock: Old Olive, Whisper White
  • Accessories: Old Olive Stitched-Edge Ribbon
  • Tools: Leaf Punch, Stampin' Dimensionals, Mini Stampin' Dimensionals, Tear & Tape, Flourish Thinlits Dies
  • DSP: Painted Autumn
  • Misc: Pizza Box


Now you can follow the rest of the Saturday Blog Hop
by clicking on the links below to visit my talented teammates!
Click PREVIOUS to visit Libby and NEXT to visit Melissa:

https://libbystamps.wordpress.com/
http://rubberfunatics.blogspot.com/


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