Hello Foxy Gift Bag

Can you believe that June is already over? Today is the LAST DAY for you to purchase the Hello Foxy stamp set AND the last day to take advantage of the We’ve Got You Covered Album Special and our 25% off Cardstock Sale.  Visit my website to take advantage of these amazing deals before time runs out.

For my final Hello Foxy project, I have created a charming gift bag and tag that you can make using the Hello Foxy stamp set with our Close to My Heart products.  At the very bottom of this post you will find the list of products I used to create this project.

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Paper Needed: 6″ x 6″ B&T Paper (I used Prickly Pear), 2″ x 3″ White Daisy Cardstock,
2″ x ½” B&T Paper (I used a Prickly Pear Zip-Strip)

Assembly Instructions: 
1. Score the B&T paper at 1″.  (This is going to be your bottom flap, so make sure it is scored at the bottom of the paper so that your pattern isn’t all wonky.)
2. Rotate  the B&T paper so the the base of the bag is at the top, and score up to the previous score line at 1¾”, 2¾”, and 4½”, then score at 5½” the full length of the paper.
3. Fold and burnish the two full-length score lines using a Bone Folder.
4. Along the 1″ score line, cut each of the score lines up to the 1″ score line, then cut off the smallest tab at the end.
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5. Apply a strong adhesive, such as Bonding Memories Glue, to the full length tab on the right then adhere to the other side, creating a tube.
6. Fold the bottom tabs in, making sure the open end will face towards the seam, then apply a strong adhesive to the tabs to create the bottom of the bag.
7. Pinch the top of the bag closed, then use a hole punch to create two holes to string the Emerald Ribbon through. (You can also used a small binder clip to close it.)
8. Cut the tag using the Artbooking Cartridge in Cricut Design Space  at 2″ x 3″ on White Daisy Cardstock.
9.  Create a mask for the center of the tag, then, using Sea Glass Ink, sponge the top and bottom of the tag.
10.  Using Black Ink, stamp the “Fox”, “Flower” and sentiment onto the white portion of the tag, approximately ½” above the Sea Glass Ink.  Shade in the images using Watercolor Pencils. (I used Autumn Terracotta, Brown Bag, Holiday Red, Sunflower, and Ocean.)
11. Adhere the Poppy Zip-Strip across the bottom of the tag above the Sea Glass Ink.
12. Loop Poppy Twine through the hole of the tag then attach to the bag.

Remember, the Hello Foxy Acrylic stamp set is available until June 30th!
Contact me or visit my website to see how you can get this stamp set for only $5.00!

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Watercolor Pencils

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Black Exclusive Inks Ink Pad
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Round Sponge
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Bonding Memories Glue

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Bone Folder
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SureCut Deluxe Craft Paper Trimmer
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Poppy Thick Twine

Hello Foxy Cookie Box

Our June Stamp of the Month has been such fun to create with. Hello Foxy is one of those sets that I KNOW you will not want to miss out on purchasing so be sure to visit my website by June 30th.  This week, I wanted to create something that I could give as a gift, so I made an sweet little cookie box with a fun sentiment inside the lid.  As always, I’ve included a list of the products I used to create this project at the very bottom of this post.

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Paper Needed: 9¼” x 5″ Sea Glass Cardstock, (2) 3½” x 3½” White Daisy Cardstock,
3³⁄8″ x 3³⁄8″ Blossom Cardstock, 3¼” x 3¼” White Daisy Cardstock

Assembly Instructions:
1. Score the Sea Glass cardstock on the long side at ¾”, 4¼”, 5″, and 8½”. Rotate and score the shorter side at ¾” and 4¼”.
2. Cut into each of the squares and miter the corners as shown.

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3.  Using Sea Glass Ink, stamp the “Flower” image all along the edges.
4. Place the Sea Glass cardstock, stamped side up, and place a strong adhesive such as the Bonding Memories Glue on the each tab. Adhere the four tabs to create a ‘box’ and the final two tabs to create a lid.
5. Adhere the two 3½” x 3½” cardstock pieces to the inside of the box and lid to reinforce the box and protect it from butter in the cookie. If desired, stamp the “Thankful” sentiment and “Floral Garland” image onto the piece inside the lid.
6. Using Black Memento Ink, stamp the “Wreath”  and “Hi” images onto the 3¼” x 3¼” White Daisy Cardstock.
7. Use a Blending Pen with Sea Glass, Blossom, Lemon, and Pansy Inks to shade the stamped images.
8. Layer the White Daisy cardstock onto the center of the Blossom cardstock, then adhere to the top of the box. (Check to make sure it’s going the right direction.) Add White Dots to the corners of the White Daisy cardstock.
9. Add a cookie and give to someone you are grateful for in your life.

Remember, the Hello Foxy Acrylic stamp set is available until June 30th !
Contact me or visit my website to see how you can get this stamp set for only $5.00!

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Blending Pen

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Black Memento Ink Pad

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Pansy Exclusive Inks Ink Pad
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Sea Glass Exclusive Inks Ink Pad

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Bonding Memories Glue Pen
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Black and White Dots
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Bone Folder
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SureCut Deluxe Craft Paper Trimmer
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Sweet Spring Basket

Do you need a quick, last minute treat for your Easter table? Do you enjoy giving little gifts to your co-workers and friends? This little Spring Basket using our Some Kinda’ Wonderful paper, is the perfect project for you.  I was able to create this project in under 20 minutes, fill it will candy, and send it on its way.  You can personalize this project by adding a cute name tag or gift card.  I will be posting ideas for Easter treats all week so be sure to visit often. At the very bottom of this post, I’ve included a list of the products I have used to create this project.
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Assembly Instructions:
1. Cut the Cupcake Wrapper and Circle from the B&T paper using the Cricut® shape cuts listed below. NOTE: I was able to cut out three per 12″ x 12″ sheet.
2. Assemble the Cupcake Wrapper, then apply liquid glass (or hot glue) around the bottom edge.  Immediately, place the glue side down onto the Circle shape to create the base of the basket.
3. Cut a ½” x 8″ strip from B&T paper.  Adhere the strip to the  inside of the wrapper as shown to create the handle.  Staple the ends in place. (Our mini stapler is perfect for this!)
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4. Tie two  2″ pieces of ribbon into a decorative knot, then adhere to the sides of the basket to hide the staples.  Trim the ends if needed.
5. Using the measurements below, cut out the Daisy shape from Raspberry cardstock.
6. Assemble the Daisy by layering the flowers largest to smallest. To curl the petals, use a bone folder or a quilling tool on the tips of the petals.  You can also add dimension to the flower by placing small strips of Thin 3D Foam tape between the layers.
7. Add a Black Dot to the center of the flower.
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8. Using the measurements below, cut out the Leaf shape from Willow cardstock. Adhere the Leaf to the back of the Daisy, then attach the flower to the side of the basket.
9. Fill with candy, trail mix, or gifts. Add a personalized name tag, if desired, and give to someone you care about.

Cricut® Shapes: 

Artiste
4” Accent 3 <Cupcake Wrapper #M3FEB3> (cut 1, p. 73)
2″ Card <Insert Circle Shape> (cut 1, p. 48)

Flower Market
3” Daisy <Daisy #MFADCF2> (cut 1, p. 46)
.75″ Shift+Rose <Rose #MFAD8CB> (cut 1, p42)

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Mini Stapler 

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Bone Folder
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Liquid Glass

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SureCut Deluxe Craft Paper Trimmer
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Easter Bunny Treat Bag

I love giving out little treats at Easter, and this bag was simple and fun to create using the Close to My Heart Easter Bunny stamp set.  You can alter this bag and make it your own creation by simply changing the colors, the stamps used, or by adding a name to the front flap.  I will be posting ideas for Easter treats all week so be sure to visit often. At the very bottom of this post, I’ve included a list of the products I have used to create this project.

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Assembly Instructions:
1. Cut a piece of cardstock to 8½” x 11″  (I used Glacier for the bag).
2. Score the cardstock on the long side at 1″, 4″, 6″ and 9″.
3. Score the shorter side at 2″ and 7″.
4. Fold up on each of the score marks, using a bone folder to burnish each of the folds.
5. Cut the cardstock in the places indicated in the picture below. NOTE: I cut my bottom flaps at a slight angle so that they fold neatly when creating the bag. 
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6. If desired, use a corner rounder on the corners of the top flap.
7. Create the bag by adhering the 1″ flap to the inside of the bag using a strong adhesive, then fold the bottom flaps in and adhere them together.  For a neater look, make sure the bottom front flap is adhered very last.
8. Slightly pinch the sides of the bag so that the top edges of the opening meet together, then fold the top flap down over the front of the bag and seal using a hook & loop dot.
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9. Cut a piece of cardstock at 1¼” x 3″ to create the decorative strip for the top flap. (I used Canary cardstock.)  If desired, use a corner rounder on the bottom two corners, then stamp your desired sentiment.
10. Attach the cardstock strip to the top flap, then wrap twine around the flap and tie in a decorative knot or bow.
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11. Using the Easter Bunny stamp set, stamp the desired images onto White Daisy cardstock, then shade the images using ShinHan markers. Cut out the images and adhere them to the front of the bag using Foam Tape.
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ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS: On the Thistle bag, I used the Flock Together stamp set to create the heart background with Pansy ink.  I cut out a 2¼” scallop circle from Pansy cardstock, then a 2″ circle from White Daisy cardstock to create the tag on the front of the box.  Both of these shapes came from the Art Philosophy Cricut® cartridge.  The sentiment was created using the writing feature in Cricut® Design Space.

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12″ x 12″ White Daisy Cardstock
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Whimsy Ribbon Pack
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ShinHan Touch Twin Markers
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Hook & Loop Dots

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Bone Folder
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Carrot Treat Box

A few years back, I created a bunch of these cute carrot boxes to give as gifts to friends and family at Easter. They are simple to make and fun to fill.  I received a request to re-create these little gems and re-post how to make them.  I will be posting ideas for Easter treats all week so be sure to visit often.

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At the very bottom of this post, I’ve included a list of the products I have used to create this project.

Assembly Instructions:
1. Cut the ‘Carrot’ box from Tangerine cardstock. Fold on each of the score lines using the bone folder to press the folds down. Adhere the side of the box closed using a strong adhesive on the flap.

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The box was cut from the retired Artist Cricut cartridge, but if you don’t have this cartridge, you can find many templates available online and cut them out by hand. 

2. Assemble the tag by layering the White Daisy tag shape onto the center of the Crystal Blue tag shape. Assemble the ‘Tulip’ and adhere to the center of the tag, then assemble the ‘Happy Easter’ sentiment and adhere to the base of the tag.  Add ribbon and twine to the tag.

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3.  Using a bone folder, curl the tips of the ‘Holly’ shapes.  AFTER you have filled the box with treats, staple the ‘Holly’ shapes in-between the two top flaps.  Add a Jute Ribbon bow to cover the staple.

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4. If desired, wrap some jute twine around the top of the box three times.  Attach the tag to the box using the jute twine.

Cricut® Shapes: 

Artiste
11” 3D Object <Box #M3C2F4> (cut 1, p. 61)

Flower Market
3″ Shift+Background <Special Delivery Tag #MD402A2> (cut 1, p. 10)
2¾” Shift+Background <Special Delivery Tag #MD402A2> (cut 1, p. 10)
6″ Holly <
Holly #MFAE002> (cut 2, p48)
2½” Shift+Icon <
Tulip Flower #MD6FE71> (cut 1, p31)
1″ Shift+Flower-1 <Tulip Flower #MD6FE71> (cut 1, p31)
1″ Flower-1 <Tulip Flower #MD6FE71> (cut 1, p31)
1½” Title <Happy Easter #MD72936> (cut 1, p44)
1½” Shift+Title <Happy Easter #MD72936> (cut 1, p44) 

 

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Flower Market Cricut Cartridge

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12″ x 12″ White Daisy Cardstock
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Whimsy Ribbon Pack
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Rustic Home Ribbon Pack

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SureCut Deluxe Craft Paper Trimmer
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Bone Folder

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Mini Stapler 

 

Irish Blessings Treat Box

Having a small bit of Irish blood (from my grandmother) is something I am proud of and celebrating St. Patrick’s Day is almost as fun as celebrating Christmas.  I made this little treat box for this week’s Color My Heart Dare and plan to make more to give to family and friends this week.   At the very bottom of this post, I’ve included a list of the products I have used to create this project.

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Paper Needed: (2)2¾”  x 2¾” B&T Paper (I used Hello Lovely), (2)2¾” x 1″ B&T (I used Hello Lovely), 3″ x 3″ Cardstock (I used New England Ivy), 3″ x 3″ Cardstock (I used Fern), 2¾”  x 2¾” Cardstock (I used Fern), 2¾”  x 2¾” Gold Glitter Paper, 2″ x 2″ White Daisy Cardstock

Techniques used while creating this project: 

  • Our retired Art Philosophy cartridge has this box you can cut out to make this project. I found a package of these five-inch boxes at my local dollar store, so I choose to buy them to save a little time. My measurements are based on the box I purchased.
  • The Clover was cut from our Flower Market Cricut cartridge at 2¾” high. I cut the background out of New England Ivy Cardstock, and the leaves out of Fern Cardstock. The leaves were bent in half then adhered to the background using Liquid Glass. NOTE: The gem I used in the center of the Clovers has been retired.
  • The Scalloped Circle is cut at 2¾” from Fern cardstock, then backed with a 2¾” Gold Glitter background layer to give the appearance of gold gems around the circle.
  • The Circle was cut at 1¾” from White Daisy cardstock.  I used the writing feature on my Cricut machine with Kunstler Script to create the sentiment.  You could also use a stamped images.

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Flower Market Cricut Cartridge

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Hello Lovely Paper Packet
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12″ x 12″ White Daisy Cardstock
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12″ x 12″ Fern Cardstock

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12″ x 12″ New England Ivy 

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Gold Glitter Paper

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Uptown Ribbon Pack
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Liquid Glass

Non-Stick Micro-Tip Scissors

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Bonding Memories Glue


SureCut Deluxe Craft Paper Trimmer
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3D Foam Tape

3L EZ Dots Adhesive

Valentine Kisses Box

Valentine’s Day allows us to show others how much we care,  and this simple Valentine’s Kisses  Box will allow you to do that without breaking the bank.  By following the instructions below, you can make FOUR of these simple, treat boxes from one sheet of cardstock.  The added bonus to this project is that the True Love stamp set supports Operation Smile.  (Another way to show you care.) At the very bottom of this post, I’ve included a list of the products I’ve used to create this project.

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Paper Needed: 5″ x 4¼” Cardstock (I used Blossom), 1½” x 4½” Cardstock (I used Raspberry), 2½” x 3″ Window Sheet, 2″ x 3″ White Daisy Cardstock

Assembly Instructions:
1. With the 5″ side at the top, use the scoring blade of the paper cutter to score the
5″ x 4¼” piece of cardstock at 1¼”, 2½”, and 3¾”.
3. Fold the 5″ x 4¼” piece of cardstock in half along the score line, and center a 2″ acrylic block ½” down from the fold. Trace the block and cut out the window. kissboxpicone
4. With the 2½” side at the top, use the scoring blade of the paper cutter to score the window sheet at 1¼”. (Note: I use old Cricut mat covers as window sheets.)
5. Fold the window sheet in half along the score line and use a bone folder to create a crease. Using Glue Dots, adhere the window sheet to the inside of the cutout matching the crease with the score line.
6. Using Raspberry Ink, stamp the “XOXO” sentiment onto the right side below the window on the outside of the box.
7. Lay the 5″ x 4¼” cardstock flat so that the inside of the box faces up and the sentiment is at the top (facing down). Using Glue Dots, adhere 5 pieces of candy to the bottom flap inside the box.kissboxpictwo
8. Fold the top over the candy and adhere the bottom flaps of the box together to close.
9. Attach the triangle box to the 1½” x 4½” base.
10. Using Black Memento Ink, stamp the Girl image on the White Daisy cardstock.  Color the image with ShinHan markers, then cut out the image.  Attach the image to the front of the box using Thin 3D Foam tape.

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True Love – Operation Smile Stamp Set

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12″ x 12″  Blossom Cardstock

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12″ x 12″ Raspberry Cardstock

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12″ x 12″ White Daisy Cardstock

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Raspberry Exclusive Inks Stamp Pad


Black Memento Ink Pad

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2″ x 2″ My Acrylic Block

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2″ x 3½” My Acrylic Block

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Micro Glue Dots

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ShinHan Colorless Blender Marker

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ShinHan Twin Touch Pastel Peach Marker

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ShinHan Twin Touch Mahogany Marker

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ShinHan Twin Touch Barely Beige Marker

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ShinHan Twin Touch Tender Pink Marker

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ShinHan Twin Touch Cherry Pink Marker

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Bone Folder


3L EZ Dots Adhesive

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Thin 3D Foam Tape

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Micro-Tip Scissors

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Bonding Memories Glue

 
SureCut Deluxe Craft Paper Trimmer

 

Valentine Chocolates Box

Valentine’s Day is a few weeks away, and it’s time to start creating. Over the next few weeks, I will be posting some quick and easy gifts you can make for your family, friends, and co-workers. This Valentine Chocolates Box  idea came from Splitcoaststampers and it is a fun project to make for Valentine’s Day. (These would also make cute wedding favors.) At the very bottom of this post, I’ve included a list of the products I’ve used to create this project.

Paper Needed: 4¼” x 8″ Cardstock (I used Sea Glass), 2″ x 8¼” B&T Paper (I used Hello Lovely), ½” x 2¼” B&T Paper ( I used a Hello Lovely Zip-Strip), 2″ x 4″ White Daisy Cardstock

Assembly Instructions:
1. Using the scoring blade on the paper cutter, score the short side of your cardstock
at 1″ and 3¼”.
2. Rotate the cardstock 90°. Using the scoring blade on the paper cutter, score the long side at 2″, 3″, 5″ and 6″.
3. To create your box flap, cut off the outer strips 3″ up on one end.
4. Fold up each of the score lines and use a bone folder to crease score lines.
5. Cut to the the 1″ score lines on both sides.
6. Apply adhesive to the back of to the 1″ tabs and fold up to attach the tabs to the bottom tabs creating the base of the box.
7. Apply adhesive to both 1″ x 2″ strips next to the box flap, fold over, and bring the sides together to form the box.


8. Trim to top flap to 1″. Using a scallop border punch or scallop scissors, create the scallop edge on the top flap. Adhere the the ½” x 2¼” B&T Paper onto the flap.
9. Wrap the 2″ x 8¼” B&T Paper around the box front and back. It will overlap a little.
10. Using the Thin Cuts, cut out one Wavy Banner and a Heart from the 2″ x 4″ White Daisy Cardstock.
11. Using Sea Glass Ink, stamp the Dotted Heart image onto the Heart cut-out. .Using Black ink, stamp the smaller Heart Outline image inside the Dotted Heart.
12. Using Black Ink, stamp the Banner image and sentiment onto the White Daisy Cardstock. (Note: Bend the sentiment to the shape of the banner before applying ink.)
13. Adhere the Banner to the bottom of the box front.
14. To create the closure, apply 3D Foam Tape to the bottom half of the stamped Heart image. Attach the heart above the banner, in the center of the box. The flap will tuck behind the heart to hold the box closed.

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Hello Lovely Cardmaking Thin Cuts Bundle

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Hello Lovely Paper Packet
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12″ x 12″ White Daisy Cardstock
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12″ x 12″ Sea Glass Cardstock

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Black Exclusive Inks Stamp Pad

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Sea Glass Exclusive Inks Stamp Pad

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2″ x 3½ My Acrylic Block
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1″ x 1″ My Acrylic Block

Non-Stick Micro-Tip Scissors

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Bonding Memories Glue

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Bone Folder


SureCut Deluxe Craft Paper Trimmer
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3D Foam Tape

3L EZ Dots Adhesive

Pint Size Valentine Treat

This Valentine Treat container was created for the weekly  Color My Heart Dare challenge. These four-inch containers can be filled with a special gift to give for Valentine’s Day.  The added bonus: these containers are currently on Clearance along with over 100 other items on my website.  At the very bottom of this post, I’ve included a list of the products I’ve used to create this project.PintSizeValentineTreat.jpg

Paper Needed: 12″ x 5″ B&T Paper (I used Lagoon Adventure Fundamentals), 2½” x 4″ B&T Paper (I used Lagoon Adventure Fundamentals), 2¼” x 3½” B&T Paper (I used Raspberry Adventure Fundamentals), 1¾” x 3″ White Daisy Cardstock, 2″ White Daisy Cricut Rose, 12″ x ½” B&T Paper (I used Raspberry Adventure Fundamentals),
2″ x ½” B&T Paper (I used Raspberry Adventure Fundamentals)

Assembly Instructions:
1. Wrap the 12″ x 5″ B&T Paper around the cup, trimming as needed. (NOTE: I created a pattern for covering the outside of the cup.  Email me for a PDF of the pattern.) 
2. Cut a chevron into one of the shorter ends of the 2½” x 4″ B&T Paper and the
2¼” x 3½”B&T Paper. Layer the two pieces and adhere together.
3. Cut a chevron onto the shorter end of the  1¾” x 3″ White Daisy cardstock . Using the second generation stamping technique, stamp the Heart image onto the right side of the cardstock with Lagoon Ink.
4. Using Black Ink, stamp the sentiment onto the Heart image.
5. Wrap a piece of Pink Twine twice around the 1¾” x 3″ White Daisy cardstock, just to the left of the stamped image. Tie a knot and trim the ends. (Note: The Piercing & Embossing tool helps to separate the strings on the twine for a frayed look.)
6. Attach the 1¾” x 3″ White Daisy cardstock to the layered B&T papers. Adhere the layered label to the front of the Pint Size Cup.
6. Using the Cricut, cut a 2″ Rose from the White Daisy cardstock. I used a Accent 2 on page 54 of the Artiste Cartridge.
7. With a sponge, apply ink the the edges of the Rose cutout. Using a Quilling tool, roll the rose and adhere the petals to the base. ( I used Liquid Glass.) Once the adhesive has dried, adhere the Rose to the upper left side of the label.
8. Wrap the 12″ x ½” B&T Paper around the rim of the lid.
It will not be long enough so you will need to fill the gap with the 2″ x ½” B&T Paper.
9. Fill the treat container with candy, granola, snack mix, toys, nail polish, etc. and give it as a gift to brighten someone’s day.

 

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True Love – Operation Smile Stamp Set

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Adventure Fundamentals Paper Pack

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Party Favors Bundle

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Adventure Ribbon Pack


SureCut Deluxe Craft Paper Trimmer

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Raspberry Exclusive Inks Stamp Pad

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Lagoon Exclusive Inks Stamp Pad

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Black Exclusive Inks Stamp Pad

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2″ x 2″ My Acrylic Block

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Piercing & Embossing Tool

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Round Sponge

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Quilling Tool

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Bonding Memories Glue Pen

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Thin 3D Foam Tape

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Liquid Glass

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Memory Book Glue Dots

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Micro-Tip Scissors


3L EZ Dots Adhesive

Valentine Matchbook Treat

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Over the next few weeks, I will be posting some quick and easy gifts you can make for your family, friends, and co-workers.  With just a few supplies, you can make FIVE of these Valentine Matchbooks. A bag of candy can be placed inside using our Mini-Stapler to give as a sweet treat. At the very bottom of this post, I’ve included a list of the products I’ve used to create this project.

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Paper Needed: 12″ x 12″ Cardstock (I used Desert Sand), (5) 2¾” x 3¼” B&T Paper (I used Hello Lovely), (5) 3″ x 3″ White Daisy Cardstock

Assembly Instructions:
1. Cut the 12″ x 12″ cardstock at 8½”. Turn the cardstock 90′ and cut FOUR 3″ x 8½” strips. Take the 3½” x 12″ strip from your first cut and trim it to 3″ x 8½”. You will have FIVE 3″ x 8½” pieces of cardstock.
2. Place a 3″ x 8½” of cardstock horizontally on a trimmer. Using the scoring blade on the trimmer, score the cardstock at ¾”, 4½” and 5″. Repeatvalentinematchbook_sideview with each piece of cardstock.
3. Fold up on each of the scorelines to create the “matchbook”.
4. Adhere the 2¾” x 3¼” B&T Papers to the front of each matchbook.
5. Wrap a piece of ribbon around the front of each matchbook  1″ from the bottom. Tie a knot and secure in place with Glue Dots.
6. Using Black Memento Ink, stamp five Floral Heart images onto the White Daisy cardstock. Using ShinHan Markers, color the flowers on the images. If desired, use a Gold Shimmer Brush to add glitter to the center of the heart.
7. Using Black Memento Ink, stamp the sentiment onto the center of each heart. Cut out the Floral Heart images.
8. Adhere the Floral Heart image to the matchbook front.
9. Staple the treat to the bottom ½” flap. This creates the closure for the matchbook.
10. Add a sentiment to the inside flap of the matchbook if you desire.

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Adore You – January Stamp of the Month

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12″ x 12″ Desert Sand Cardstock

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Blush Shimmer Ribbon

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Gold Shimmer Brush 

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Hello Lovely Paper Packet

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ShinHan Twin Touch Light Orange Marker

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ShinHan Twin Touch Pastel Peach Marker


ShinHan Twin Touch Barely Beige Marker

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ShinHan Twin Touch Tender Pink Marker

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ShinHan Twin Touch Sap Green Marker

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ShinHan Twin Touch Pastel Green Marker

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ShinHan Twin Touch Leaf Green Marker

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2″ x 2″ My Acrylic Block

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3″ x 3″ My Acrylic Block


Black Memento Ink Pad

Marker
Roll-Up

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Mini Stapler

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Micro-Tip Scissors


3L EZ Dots Adhesive


SureCut Deluxe Craft Paper Trimmer