Made this with the Stampin'Up! Gift Box punch board, Holiday Home stamp set, and Homemade Holiday Framelits, all from the Holiday catalog. There is a tea light inside and the house is stamped on cardstock vellum. This did require fussy cutting so I did like the previous house I made better because it was easier, but it was still fun to play with! Check out the details on top of my blog if you are interested in purchasing just the Curvy Keepsake box instructions of the many I created!
I used the Fall Fest stamp set and the Fun Fall framelits from the Stampin'Up! Holiday Catalog. These are available as a bundle saving you 15%. The sentiment is from the Project Life Holiday Cheer stamp set.
I used the new gift box punch board. I do think it would be easier to just make a box but I do like the closure on this. I chose the 2.5 x 2.5 x 3.25 box size, using a 9x9 piece of cs. I did cut down the scored flaps and just made my own. It is a little tricky using the ghost on all 4 sides, doing one side at a time and having the excess folded out of the way. This has a tea light inside. This was fun to make and experiment with using the ghost framelit in this way. I have cardstock vellum on the inside. Happy stamping!
I love bundles and candy favors! This was so easy to make! I cut a strip of 2" x 8.5" of black cardstock, scored it at 3.5" from each end, THEN I punched each end with the Scalloped Tag Topper punch, #133324, $22.95. Then I used the Fall Fest stamp set to stamp the pumpkins. I added the included face images. The eyes of the ghost are done with the Freaky Friends stamp set, but you could just punch holes for the eyes if you like since it is on black cardstock. The pumpkins and ghost are die cut with the Fun Fall framelits which can be combined with the Fall fest stamp set for a savings of 15% (#137628 $34.75). I finished it off with the Tangerine Tango Two Tone Trim! All are in the Stampin'Up! Holiday catalog, except for the punch. I stacked 4 candy nuggets 2 by 2, adhering them with mini glue dots. I wrapped a strip of 1"x7" of black cardstock around them, and with more mini glue dots, adhered them to the inside! Easy Peasy!
This set is great for those masculine cards! My card base is Soft Suede with layers of Early Espresso and Very Vanilla. I sponged with crumb cake all over the Typeset Specialty Designer Series paper from page 184 of the Stampin'Up! annual catalog. The sentiment is from the And Many More stamp set. The Traveler stamp set is on page 38 of the same catalog. This was one of the cards that our monthly stamp club got to make.
These "Angle" cards are addictive! Use any designer series paper and change the mood of the card instantly! My fall card uses Color Me Autumn designer series paper and the Holiday Invitation stamp set, both from the new Stampin'Up! Holiday catalog. The black and white card uses the Back to Black designer series paper, Petite Petals and Cycle Celebration stamp sets from the annual catalogd. The dsp is popped up with dimensionals. Use your trimmer to cut your dsp at an angle, any angle, then slide the dsp over half an inch or an inch (however wide your sentiment will be) and cut again. The angle will be the same. Easy, peasy! My card bases are Very Vanilla or Whisper White. Have fun creating your own! Thanks to Deb Valder for the inspiration!
This is my very first Card in a Box! I followed instructions on Deb Valder's blog and it really is easy! I did use designer series paper on all sides including the back but I think on future ones, I may put Very Vanilla or Whisper White on the tall back piece so I can write my greeting and sign my name. My box base is Cajun Craze with layers of Mossy Meadow and Color Me Autumn designer series paper. The greeting on the front is from the Merry Everything stamp set and is part of bundle, paired with the new Note Tag Punch, saving you 15%. (page 13 of the Stampin'Up! Holiday Catalog). I then used another bundle from the same catalog, page 46, the Fall Fest stamp set and Fun Fall Framelits dies. I love stamps and punches and/or framelits that coordinate. The greenery is done using the 1 3/8" circle punch, then spiral cutting into the center. I attached my pieces with mini glue dots. This folds flat for mailing and fits inside a regular medium envelope.
My card base is Very Vanilla with layers of Real Red, and Night of Navy. I used the Stars Framelits to make a negative star mask with a window sheet. I placed that over my cardstock, stamped the words from the stamp set with Crumb Cake and sponged. Then I stamped over the star with Night of Navy ink. I used the new Confetti Stars punch from the Stampin'Up! Holiday catalog on the top. Hope you like!
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I have had several requests to purchase my Curvy Keepsake Box instructions. I am working out the details. I am not able to reply to some of you without email addy's left for me, so if you are interested in being on my list of names that have expressed interest in this purchase, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with Curvy Keepsake Box instructions in the subject line. Thank you for making this easier for me. Now for the funny!
One of my granddaughters, photobombed her mom's (my daughter) picture so another daughter and I took my Curvy Keepsake Box giraffe and photobomed it! We have shared many giggles over this. The last pictures are from my grandson's wedding this weekend and shows our 5 daughters, and hubby & 2 of 3 sons, plus my grandson (groom) and son John. John, was Andrew's best man and they are 6 months apart in age. Busy weekend that left no time for creating but will be back at it soon! The reception and dance were held in a restored barn in the hay loft area. Lots of fun! 23 of our 25 grandkids were in attendance. One son and his two didn't make it from Colorado.
Yeah, John's suspenders and tie didn't stay on long!
and the happy couple, Andrew and Adayla!
Using the Bright and Beautiful stamp set from the Stampin'Up! Holiday Catalog (page 25) and the coordinating Stars Framelits from the annual catalog. My shaker fill is the Frosted Sequins, page 22 of the Holiday catty. My card base is Whisper White with layers of Soft Sky and Lost Lagoon. You will need Window Sheets (page 192) and Shaker Frames (page 205). I snipped the largest circle of the Shaker Frames and placed around the cut star piece, snipping and piecing as needed. I also use the Embossing Buddy before placing my fill so it reduces the static. The sentiment is also from this stamp set!