Thursday, April 19, 2018

3D Thursday - Stamp Case Organizer

Welcome to this week's FREE 3D Thursday's post.  This week it's my turn to get crafty.   I've been making some Organizers using our Stamp Cases for craft fairs.  With Mother's Day right around the corner as well, I thought what a perfect project to make.  If you have ever wanted to make one but didn't have measurements you are in luck as further down in the post you can click on a link to print off Free directions!  Let's get started!
 For my project I chose to use the colorful Coffee Break DSP, along with the matching stamp set and framelits dies.  The empty stamp cases can be purchased in a set of four.  The matching pen is super easy to make using RSVP pens.  All you have to do is unscrew the end and roll up apiece of DSP and slip it in.  The pens can be purchased at any regular store chain.
On the inside I added a notebook that I altered and attached with Velcro Dots so it could be removed.  To the left is a calendar and you can order those online from Vippies.  I also added an envelope made from using Stampin' Up!s Envelope maker.  You could slip a Star Bucks gift card or another gift card inside it.
I finished my project with a couple of sweet little tags made using the Coffee Cafe stamp set and matching Framelits.  I tied them together with a Linen Thread Bow and then onto a Pear Pizazz Shimmer Ribbon that was wrapped around and tied into a bow.  I hope you have enjoyed my project today.  Now below you will find the FREE Printable Directions to make your own!
Thanks so much for stopping by.  I hope you enjoyed this week's project.




Thursday, April 12, 2018

3D Thursday - Oven Treat Box!

Welcome to FREE 3D Thursday!  Have we got a cute project for you today!!!
Today's project was created by our team member Sarah Wills from over at Sarah's Ink Spot.  Further down in the post you will find the link to print out your own project sheet so you can recreate this fantastic project, just like Sarah's.
Sarah used the Apron of Love stamp set and the matching dies to create a Wow of a project.  It's actually a box made to hold a muffin or cupcake
Let's take a closer look.
 Sarah has added all her cooking utensils on a strip at the side of the oven.
 She has even added knobs (Rhinestones) and embossed little plate covers for her burners!  Sarah has added so much detail to this project, it's just amazing!
Here in the front view you can see the muffin baking in the oven.
And a top view with the lid off of the box.  Oh my I think Sarah outdid herself with this project!  So stinkin cute!  DOn't forget that Mother's Day is Sunday May 13th.  This would make a really super cute gift for any mom.
Apron Of Love Bundle #145986
Are you ready to make your own Oven Treat Box!  Then here you go!
Thanks for stopping by today.  Be sure and check out all the retiring products Stampin' Up! has online right now and get your favorites before they are gone!  
Now go get crafty!

Thursday, April 5, 2018

3D Thursday - Ladybug Treat Envelope!

This week we have a cute little Ladybug Treat Envelope for you!
The 3D Thursday's Team Project this week was created by Jenn Gulch over at Twines & Twine.  Such a cute little Ladybug Treat Envelope.  Be sure and scroll all the way through the post for FREE printable instructions!
What a fun, adorable project.  Jenn used Stampin' Up! Layering Circle Dies and a couple of red cardstock squares cut to size to make a great little treat holder.  I'm thinking a Ghirardelli Square would fit in there perfect!  After attaching them together, she punched out 1/2" circles of Basic Black cardstock and added to the top.
Jenn finished her project by tying some of our beautiful Black Shimmer Ribbon and some Gold Tinsel Ribbon around it and added a small tag tied onto the ribbon with some Basic Black Twine.
If you would like to make one of these sweet little treat holders below you will find the link for the FREE PDF.  Enjoy!
If you would like to order any of the material to create this project you can shop at my online store simple by clicking on the "Order Stampin' Up! Online" button.
Have a crafty day!




Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Candy Flower Garden - Splitcoast Stamper Guest Tutorial Author

Good morning!  Today is an exciting day for me, as my written and video tutorial goes live on Splitcoast Stampers for this fun and quick "Candy Flower Garden" Project!
This project would make a wonderful Mother's Day or Birthday gift.  The overall measurement of the finished project is 4" x 4".  The basic box is made from a 6" x 8 1/2" piece of Old Olive Cardstock.  I added Spring M&Ms to 1" x 8" Cello Bags and cut them down to my desired height.  The sentiment on the little sign is from the stamp set, "You're So Sweet".  A written tutorial can be found here at Splitcoast Stampers.
Below is the Video Tutorial for the basic project.

 I had so much fun making the first one, I decided to make some variations of it.
Here they are.
Notice that I kept the tabs on in the back and added the fence to the back of the "garden".  I used Sixlets candy this time and put them in Stampin' Up! Retired Treat Tubes.  I used a sentiment from the stamp set, "Happy Birthday Gorgeous" this time.
I think this last one is my favorite!  Everyone loves the Daisy Punch, right?  So I kept the back flaps again and added a little wooden fence to the front. Using Stampin' Up! retired Fringe Scissors I added some grass to the front of my fence.  This time I used Lemon Lime Twist for my basic box.  The sentiment is from a retired set called "Easter Blossoms".  These little "gardens" will be great for my upcoming craft fairs!
Thanks so much for stopping by and have a crafty day!
Twila

Sunday, April 1, 2018

More Egg Trucks

Today I thought I would share some more little Egg Trucks I made.
Last night I was busy making some more little trucks for my grandsons.  Each one a different color.  I add some pinstripes down the sides and some tail lights this time.  When following my 3D Thursday tutorial from a few weeks ago I found I had left out a couple of measurements, so I will get those corrected asap.  
Here is the link to my 3D Thursday post with the corrected PDF
Have a Happy Easter everyone and remember the true meaning of the Resurrection Sunday.  
Keep on crafting!
Twila

Thursday, March 29, 2018

3D Thursday Blog Hop

Hi everyone!  Welcome to FREE 3D Thursday.  Have we got a treat for you this week.  Since March has five Thursday in it, our team is doing a blog hop.  So this week you will get four great projects.  The project each of us is doing will center around the Silver Mini Gable Boxes that are featured in the mini Occasions catalog.  Here is my project.

My Robot Treat Box
What a fun and brightly colored Robot costume this little guy is wearing.  My idea was to come up for a Halloween Treat Box, but I think this would make a fun little Boy's Birthday Party Treat Holder.
This fun little treat box would be a fun container to fill with treats for a Costume party, Birthday party or any other fun occasion.
It's so fun to make!  I love punch art and this project is packed full of punches!  Be sure and print the FREE PDF at the end of my post so you can make your own Robot Treat Box.
It's ready to fill up and to be givin away to some lucky little kiddo.  

Thanks so much for stopping by and as promised here is the link to the FREE Printable Project Sheet.
Here's a picture of the Gable boxes.  They can in the Occasions Mini Catalog.
I hope you have enjoyed my project today and now it's time to hop on over and see what Debbie has come up with over at her Blog Debbie's Designs.  Please click on the Next button below to keep on hopping.  Be sure and stop by all 4 team members blog. 
 Thanks for stopping by and have a crafty day!








Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Paper Carrots

Hi there!  Today I wanted to share a quick and easy project for Easter.
Easy Paper Carrots made following a Sour Cream Container Tutorial.  I used our retired Designer Series Paper that I really miss!  I cut my pieces at 4" x 6", so I could get 6 from a 12" x 12" piece of DSP.  The tops are a 2" x 3" piece of green cardstock.  I used our retired Fringe Scissors to cut, then used a bone folder to curl a bit.  Rolled it up and attached to the top of the carrot.  Stamped saying and punched it out with the 1 3/4" CIrcle punch and attached it to the top.  The carrots with light green tops have chocolate candy in them.  The dark green tops have non chocolate candy in them.  These were a huge seller for me at my craft fairs before Easter this year.  Go whip you up some for your table place settings.  Thanks for looking. 
Have a crafty day!
Twila

Thursday, March 22, 2018

3D Thursday - Fun Lollipop Treat Holder

Hi! and welcome to 3D Thursday.  This week we have a pretty little Easter Treat for you!
This week's project was created by the talented Debbie Henderson over at Debbie's Designs - and she came up with a super sweet project that you will be able to print off the directions for FREE further down in the post.
And here is her project.  I just love it!  A pretty cover for a huge 2" swirly lollipop!
Such a pretty Easter Project.  I love the soft Spring colors that she used for her project.
Here is a side view that shows just the sucker tucked inside.
The stamp and die bundle Debbie used is called Picnic With You and the sentiment is from the stamp set Teeny Tiny Wishes.
Here is a picture of the yummy sucker that is inside and here is the link so you can buy some.
So as promised below you will find the link to click on to get your free PDF to make you own sucker lollipop cover.
Thanks for stopping by and have a Crafty Day!




Thursday, March 15, 2018

3D Thursday - A Truck Full Of Eggs

Hi everyone!  It's FREE 3D Thursday Time!  So sorry about being late today with my post.  My laptop charger decided to stop working so I had to order one.  Thank goodness for Amazon and overnight shipping!  I have a super cute project for you today!
This week it's my turn to be crafty.  I came up with a cute little truck the holds 6 foil wrapped chocolate eggs.  Just in time for Easter.
The truck does have a removable bed topper so it could be used to hold other things as well.  I chose to use Tempting Turquoise and Lemon Lime Twist for my truck colors to make it look Springy.
Here is a side view of the truck so you can see how the eggs fit in the bed.
And if you want, you can take the bed topper off and let the bunnies play in the eggs.
Here's a picture of the bunny driver.  The bunny stamp is from the stamp set "We Must Celebrate" and is actually a group stamp with other fun animals as well on it.  All the bunnies were colored with our Stampin' Blends.  

And as promised a FREE printable Project Sheet can be found below so you can make your own little Truck Full Of Eggs.

I hope you have enjoyed this week's project as much as I have creating for you.  If you would like to order any of the materials needed to make this little truck I would be thrilled to have you order from my online store.  Just click on the "Shop My Store" button to the left of the screen and it will take you to my online store. 
Have a Crafty Day!