Scrappy Moms is releasing two new stamp sets this month! I love them both. Here they are....
Here's my first card....
I used this card file from Kolette Hall. I just love all the new cards she recently uploaded. This fabulous pattern paper is from the Burlap and Blossons Collection from Fancy Pants Designs. You can find it in the Paper Issues shop. Use the code CORRI to save 20%.
These two new stamp sets are available now over at Scrappy Moms Stamps! Head on over to get yours and be sure to check out the rest of the design team for more inspiration.
Since it's the first day of school for my little first grader today, I went with a school theme. I love the versatility of this collection. There are lots of circus embellishments and patterns but the papers could be used for just about any theme.
I made this cute train case from the SVG Cuts - Summer Holiday SVG Kit (affiliate link) and embellished with an apple and A+ from the School Days SVG Kit (affiliate link). This would be so fun filled treats for the teacher on the first day of school!
Head on over to Paper Issues to link up your projects for a chance to win the Everyday Circus Collection from Fancy Pants Designs!
Hi everyone! I'm up on the Lori Whitlock blog today. It's the first day of school for my little one today...I can't believe Summer is over! Her first grade teacher is new and is hoping to build her library. I thought it would be fun to put a Barnes and Noble gift card inside this fun pencil box.
Hi everyone! Welcome to our August Blog Hop! You should have arrived here from Lori's Blog where you can pick up this fun freebie!
For my project, I decided on something for back to school. I made a cute card and gift bag that would be perfect for the teacher on the first day of school. I used Lori's new Fine and Dandy Paper Collection by Echo Park.
For my card, I used this apple gift card holder but left off the portion that would hold the gift card. I added this layered rosette but I played around with the layers enlarging the doily layer to create a background for my rosette. You can find this favor bag here.
Lori is also having a sale....you can get her SVG Files in the shop.
Hi everyone! I am up on the Echo Park blog today with this fun cupcake box that I made using a combination of Silhouette cut files and Designer Dies. This fun cupcake box is from Lori Whitlock and it comes with an insert to hold the cupcake in place. What a great way to surprise a friend with a little treat on their birthday!
For the front of my box, I cut the cupcake with my manual die cutting machine and the Cupcake Wish Designer Die Set. I cut some oval mats from this file to create a background for my cupcake then layered everything together an glued to the box front.
Finally, I cut a tag with my Cameo and added some stickers and the "wish" portion of the Designer Die set.
It's fun to mix Silhouette Shapes with the Designer Dies. With the latest release of Designer Dies and all the files in the Echo Park's Portfolio, the possibilities are endless!