I made this mug and a matching tshirt for my Christmas In July workshop. The project is a non Stampin Up project but it is a DIY project that was very time consuming and was a huge hit at my workshop. I ended up giving it away as a door prize.
Category Archives: Home Decor
I created this shadowbox for myself using the leftovers from the Grown with Kindness February 2019 My Paper Pumpkin kit from Stampin Up. It was super quick and easy and looks great on my mantle.
Turned the calendar page on another month. This pages just had a few simple embellishments to add to the ready made easel calendar.
I made this birthday sampler for my friend Karen who loves celebrating birthdays even more than me. She is an avid decorator and today is her birthday. This sampler fits in a 12×12 Shadow box and was based on the How Sweet It Is #148568 DSP from Stampin Up. This DSP paper along with all the other DSP and other Stampin Up products will be retiring on June 3rd. I also used the Birthday Cheer #148604 , Hello Cupcake (retired) Itty Bitty Greetings #148604 stamp sets.
During the purging process of my craft studio I uncovered a lot of treasures. I found several blank note pads and decided to use the Amazing Life #148750 Stampin Up stamp set to decorate all the sides of the note pad. I just stamped the images and then used the Stampin Write markers to color in the flowers.
I also found these bare fry containers that I used to decorate for my friend who loves Cheez-its. I used the Amazing Life stamp setand then modified it to add my hand written banner. I added a butterfly from the Butterfly Beauty #151819 Thinlits. I added a bag of cheez-its and tied with ribbon for the perfect packaging.
When I saw this treat box on fellow demonstrator Erica Cerwin’s facebook live I knew I had to recreate it. The worst part is that I could not find the Hostess limited edition Mint Chocolate cupcakes in 3 counties in Central Ohio grocery stores so I ended up using the traditional chocolate cupcakes. The box is made with a pull out drawer to hold the cupcake. The leprechaun is pieced using Stampin Up punches and the Hello Cupcake #149714 Sale-a-Bration stamp set and the sold out Call Me Cupcake Framelits. The background DSP is from the Happiness Blooms #148795 Paper collection and the sentiment is from the Amazing Life #148750 Stampin Up set.
I made the leprechaun as a plant stick for a Shamrock plant which turned out super cute too!