Gingham Gala Treat Boxes Envelope Punch Board Project


What a cute project, quick easy and lots of soft pastel colors. Yum! As I mentioned in the video tutorial, I love how Stampin’ Up! has everything that coördinates, It is the only crafting one-stop shop, that never fails with tone on tone options, Love it!

This is a great easy project, that won’t take you long at all. Enjoy!

 

 

 

— Stamp Set: Sweetest Thing: http://bit.ly/2T7sCYp
— Coordinating Die Set Sweetest Thing Bundle: http://bit.ly/2AYIYLQ
— DSP: Gingham Gala 6″ x 6″: http://bit.ly/2T5FkHn
— Coordinating Stampin Ink colors: http://bit.ly/2FRzV2N
— (Balmy Blue, Daffodil Delight, Grapefruit Grove, Highland Heather, — Lemon Lime Twist).
— Gingham Gala Adhesive – Backed Sequins: http://bit.ly/2FVF0Hw
— Organdy Ribbon Combo Pack: http://bit.ly/2CC1sC4
— Envelope Punch Board: http://bit.ly/2Hs20QD
— Dies: http://bit.ly/2sDSgby
— Stampin’ dimensional: https://goo.gl/jtAQmV

Project dimensions:

Using the Envelope punch board

DSP 6 X 6

Punch and score at 1 & 1/2″, then again punch and score at 3″, take the DSP, right to the left-hand edge and score a corner at the end of the DSP. Turn DSP and repeat on all for sides.

At both ends of the widest side of the DSP, cut up to the first largest scoreline, in the same place and direction on all 4 sides.

 

Please watch and follow directions as in the above video tutorial.

— Just browsing? Sure? Check it all out on the links below:

–2019 Occasions Catalogue: https://bit.ly/2QTUNID

–2019 Sale – A- Bration Catalogue: https://bit.ly/2Rxm34P

 

Please do like, share subscribe.

Connie Rae xx

Mini Chest Of Draws Jewellery Box


I really love this little gift box. It is a real cutie. There are so many ways this little box can be used. You can leave out the insert and just add chocolates. And Cherry Cobbler, well that has always been my favorite Christmas (red), colour. I love the blue based reds, they are so rich in colour. And what about that Glimmer Paper? it is so easy to work with as the glitter does not come of the paper, very user-friendly. At Christmas time I can’t think of a better project to dress up some small little tokens when handing out gifts for the Christmas season.

I also think that this is a great little party and or wedding favour box. Just change the paper and the sentiment and you could have a really cute party favour.


 

Project Details:

Please watch the video tutorial for complete instructions.

Card-stock: Cherry Cobbler Main body of chest: 8 cm x 13.5 cm

On longest side (landscape) score @ 2 cm, 6 cm, 8 cm, 12 cm.
Turn card-stock around to the short side (portrait), and score @ 2 cm, on each side

Draw pocket/sleeve: Card-stock: Cherry Cobbler 4 cm x 11.3 cm, on the short side (portrait) score @ 1.2 cm, 5.2 cm, 6.4 cm & 10.4 cm.

Draw insert: Card-stock: Cherry Cobbler 5.8 cm x 5.8 cm score @ 1 cm, on all 4 sides.

Cherry Cobbler Glimmer Paper: Decorate 4 cm x 13 cm glue from top lip of box wrapping around box from top to bottom.

Two panels of Glimmer Paper: 4 cm x 3 cm for both sides of the chest draws and Cherry Cobbler Glimmer Paper: 4 cm x 2 cm for the face of the small draw

Cherry Cobbler Glimmer Paper Chest insert, 5.8 cm x 5.8 cm scored @ 1 cm on all 4 sides. Cut an x shape as per the instructions in the video tutorial.

 

Click on any items to shop directly at my shop 24/7 from anywhere in Australia.

 

Connie Rae xx


I love black, especially combined with other colors or designs. Today’s card combines the use of Window Sheets/Acetate and Black Cardstock.

I have used a combination of punches to punch out and create the flowers it also includes using the big shot to cut a 3-inch circle, from the window sheet/Acetate.

Items used in this project:

Layering Circle Framelits Dies 141705

Layering Circle Framelits Dies Item number  141705

141653

Fabulous Foil Designer Acetate Item number 141653

Basic Black A4 Cardstock Item number 121688

119246

Rhinestone Basic Jewels Item number 119246

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This card is a one layer card, Landscape 5″ x  Portrait 4″ scored @ 5 1/2 ”

Please watch the above tutorial on how to construct this project.

Happy Crafting.

Connie-Rae xx

 


Hello everyone and thank you for joining me today for this tutorial. I love this Designer Series Paper (DSP) from Stampin’Up! one side shines, with silver foil imprinted patterns and the other side, has an array of differing colours and patterns to choose from. For me however, it is the shiny side that I want to play with.

I think I managed to use this piece nicely, by pretending it is rain, falling towards the soft red rose birthday bloom. Plus it was raining today here in Sydney and summer is coming to an end, which makes us all a bit sad I am sure.

Hope you enjoyed the tutorial.

Supplies Required:

DSP  (as promised in the video) Item  number 140579 Called Shine On Specialty Designer Series Paper, Whisper White Card Stock Item number 140490 A4 Thick Cardstock. Rose Red Ink item number 126954, Stamp Set “Birthday Blooms” Item number 140655, embellishments item number 119246, dimensional’s, item number 104430, paper snips, item number 103579, Paper trimmer, item number 129722, Score board item number 122334.

140579 DSP126954140655CM121905S140490

Ps Don’t forget that the last day of the Sale-A-Bration is approaching….

 

 

 

 

 

Happy Easter Peeps!!


Chicken Easter 2016

You Tube Tutorial- by Connie-Rae

Items used:

Have a cuppa DSP 140567 Hello honey card stock 133685 Hello Honey Ink 133643 scallop punch 119856 TeenyTinySenitments120024 timeless textures140517 TTTcard stock 138343 Vellum 106584

 

Stamp Sets:        Honey Comb Happiness, Teeny Tiny Sentiments, Timeless Textures

Card stock:          Tip Top Taupe                                   

                                Hello Honey- for the chick

DSP Mat:             Have a Cuppa-DSP Stack

Ink:                        Hello Honey

                                Vellum

Punches:             Scallop Oval

                                Small Oval or similar, or cut oval shaped Eggs

                                Dimensional’s, glue dots