I recently attended a Stampin Up event in my area and I made treats for my table mates. I just filled a cellophane bag with treats. I added a tag using the Creep It Real #144780 stamp set. I also added a tooth brush and a set of fangs to really Creep it Real this time of year!
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This sweet little treat really lives up to its name. Just by cutting 2 pockets from the Pocket Framelits #143750 and an extra strip to join them together, I was able to make an adorable hanging treat holder. I accented the pocket with the sweet and sassy Pocketful of Sunshine #143719 stamp set. To complete the pocket, I added a piece of ribbon so that it would hang on a door knob or hook.
I bought some candy bars from a fundraiser and decided to dress them up in the gorgeous Painted Autumn DSP #144613 from Stampin Up. They look too pretty to eat but I plan to give them out at my upcoming workshop.
I am not going to lie. I love paper engineering and when I saw these adorable roses on fellow demonstrator Mary Fish’s Stampin Pretty’s blog I stopped in my tracks and had to make one of these adorable roses using scraps and using up some retired paper to create not 1 but 48 of them! I made 48 because that is how many were in the Sam’s Club bag of Ferrero Rocher candies. I now have plenty of sweet treats to have on hand to give as random acts of kindness or to house guests, waitresses, and friends. Love these!
Today’s post is a quick post to showcase the spectacular Foil Frenzy Speciality DSP#144125 and the different ways to decorate packaging for gift giving. I added the super cute mini gift bows #144127
Today’s post is a super fun and creative shower gift that I made for a beer lover. It’s 2 6 packs of beer appropriately named for the first night, first fight, first halloween, first Christmas, First tax return clear thru first anniversary. I had the tags made thru Etsy and then I had fun shopping for the perfect beer and then added a coordinating ribbon. Each 6 pack was decorated to house each bottle. It was a fun gift to put together and give for the bride and groom to enjoy thru all their firsts as man and wife.
My friends daughter Maddie recently returned from a year of exchange in Germany turned 18 shortly after returning to the USA. She could not believe all the things she could now legally do upon entering adulthood (like adopt a baby, vote, play the lottery, buy cigarettes etc) but still not legally buy or drink alchol! So I made her a bucket list for her. Welcome to Adulthood in the USA!