Copper Tea Tin and Mini Note Card Set

My project today features items from a NEW suite of products called the Tea Room Suite!  All products in this suite will be available starting June 1st when the NEW 2018-2019 Annual Catalog goes live.  For this project, I used four products from the suite: Copper Tea Tins, Tea Room Copper Vinyl Stickers, Tea Room Ribbon, and Spot of Tea Framelits Dies.  There is also a coordinating stamp set, Designer Series Paper, and a Memories and More Card Pack in the suite!

For this project, I decided to keep it simple and do a coordinating set of three mini notecards with envelopes.  The tins measure 3-3/4 x 3-5/8 x 2-1/4 inches in size, making them the perfect size for holding 3 x 3 inch note cards and envelopes!

I wrapped the tin with a piece of Vellum, and then wrapped a piece of the Tea Room Ribbon around it as well.  I cut a doily from Fresh Fig cardstock using the Spot of Tea Framlits Dies and my Big Shot, then applied one of the stickers from the Tea Room Copper Vinyl Stickers.  I cut a 1-1/2 inch circle from the vellum as well, then applied the butterfly sticker.

Inside the tin are three mini notecards.  I used sentiments from the Beautiful Bouquet stamp set for each card!  I used the same ribbon as on the outside of the tin, and used both of the doily dies from the Spot of Tea Framelits, one in Fresh Fig and the other in Whisper White.  I LOVE mini note cards, as they are the perfect size to tuck into gift bags, lunchboxes, or coworkers mail boxes!  You can also punch a small hole in the corner, thread some ribbon or twine through the hole, and use as a gift tag.  I kept all three cards exactly the same except for the sentiment and the sticker on the envelope:

I really love the combination of Fresh Fig and Copper.  I think it’s a really pretty color combination!

All of the items from the Tea Room Suite will be available June 1st.  When you receive your new catalog, you can find the suite on pages 14 and 15.  Need a demonstrator?  I would love to help you with whatever you need!  Please feel free to contact me anytime, or visit my online store to shop!

Although most of the products used on this project are not available just yet, there are still lots of fantastic products available NOW! Click the image below to shop current products, and don’t forget to check out the last chance products section!  All products in there are retiring, and are only available until May 31st or while supplies last.  Some products have started selling out already, so be sure to stock up on your retiring favorites before they are gone for good!

Thanks for visiting today!  Enjoy your day!

Nicolle

 

Mini Pizza Box OnStage Team Swap and Gift

For OnStage this past weekend, I only had time to make swaps for the other members of the team I am on.  I usually make a card for the team swap, but this time, I wanted to make something a little different, so I put together this Mini Pizza Box using NEW products from the upcoming Annual Catalog!  The top of the box is decorated with Early Espresso cardstock for the bottom layer, and the top layer is from the Wood Textures Designer Series Paper.  But the flowers and sentiment come from the ALL NEW Love What You Do stamp set!  This set was one of three stamp sets that Stampin’ Up! sent me for my display board, and it was hands down my favorite of the three.  It contains multiple floral stamps, water color backgrounds, and sentiments, and was designed by Stampin’ Up! with demonstrators in mind.  It really is a gorgeous set!  Take a look for yourself:

The set contains 13 stamps, and is a photopolymer set.  And the best news is that this set will be part of a suite of products that will be available to customers as an early release!  So that means you can get this set and coordinating products a whole month before the new catalog comes out in June!  I will give more details about the early release as we get closer to May, so please stay tuned for more information soon.

Other products used on this box include Pool Party, Bermuda Bay, and Old Olive Stampin’ Blends Markers, the NEW Tea Room Ribbon, Layering Ovals Framelits, and White Stampin’ Emboss Powder.  Each box is embellished with Glitter & Clear Epoxy shapes from the Occasions Catalog.  I should also add that the flowers were fussy cut using Paper Snips.  (This set does not have matching framelits.)  Inside each box are three Ghiardelli Chocolate Squares, so this doubled as both a swap and gift!  I made ten of them, placed each one in a cellophane bag, and tied with a 1/4 inch White Organza Ribbon bow to complete the package.  I was very pleased with how they came out!

Tomorrow I will show my full display board so you can see what all of my projects looked like together on the board.  This specific box was not on there, but I did make another one very similar to it, just with different colors!  I will be sharing each project from my board individually over the next couple of weeks.  I hope you will check back in the see them!

Thanks for visiting today!

Nicolle

Introducing the Sweet Soiree Suite

This little box was another sample that I made in November at OnStage!  It features products from the NEW Sweet Soiree Suite, now available from Stampin’ Up!  These small silver gable boxes measure 4 x 2-1/2 x 2-1/2 inches and are food safe, making them the perfect size for favors or small gifts!  The bottom portion of the box is wrapped in Sweet Soiree Specialty Designer Series Paper, and the tag was stamped using stamps from the new Cake Soiree stamp set.  The box is embellished with Berry Burst 3/8 inch Metallic Ribbon, tied in a bow, to give it a finished, elegant look!

Here’s a closer look at the products used on this project:

Silver Mini Gable Boxes

12 silver boxes for gifts and goodies.
4″ x 2-1/2″ x 2-1/2″ (10.2 x 6.4 x 6.4 cm)
Food safe

 

Sweet Soiree Specialty Designer Series Paper

Silver foil adds a textured look to these handpainted designs.

Silver foil accents on one side, colorful printed images on the other.

12 sheets: 2 each of 6 double-sided designs * 12″ x 12″ (30.5 x 30.5 cm)
Acid free
Lignin free

Coordinating Colors: Berry Burst, Calypso Coral, Daffodil Delight, Flirty Flamingo, Marina Mist, Old Olive, Powder Pink, Rich Razzleberry, Silver Foil, Whisper White

 

Cake Soiree Stamp Set
This versatile set will be your go-to set for birthdays, weddings, and other celebrations. But look beyond the cake for all-occasion uses–build flowers, send thinking of you messages, and more.

Contains 18 rubber stamps, available in both clear-mount and wood-mount.

 

Berry Burst 3/8″ Metallic Edge Ribbon

 

3/8 inch wide ribbon with metallic edges.
10 yards per roll.

 

While this project used four of the products from the new suite, there are many other coordinating products also available!  To check out the full Sweet Soiree Suite, please click HERE.

 

Thanks for visiting today! Have a great day!

Nicolle

 

Christmas Themed Hershey Nugget Tins

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So here are, hands down, the most popular item I’ve made for the vendor events and craft fairs I’ve done so far this year!  These little Hershey Nugget Tins are such a simple gift to make, and people LOVE them!  They are simply twelve Hershey Nuggets, each wrapped in a 1 x 3 inch strip of Designer Series Paper.  The tin is wrapped in a 2 x 10 inch strip of coordinating DSP, and embellished with a Foil Snowflake, sentiment, and star from the Metallic Enamel Shapes.  The sentiment is from the Watercolor Christmas stamp set, and I used the new Everyday Label Punch to frame it.  So, SO easy, and makes a great gift!

I used four different Designer Series Papers to make these.  They are Merry Little Christmas DSP, Year of Cheer Specialty DSP,  Quilted Christmas 6 x 6 DSP, and Be Merry DSP!

There are a few different places that you can find the tins.  These come from www.specialtybottle.com, but they can also be found on www.Papermart.com as well!

I will be having a giveaway for one of these on my Facebook page later today!  If you’d like to enter to win one of these, hop on over to my Facebook page to vote for your favorite!  Maybe you’ll be the lucky winner!

Thanks so much for visiting today!

Nicolle

 

Christmas Themed Clear Tiny Treat Boxes

Last month, I made some Halloween treats that were very similar to these.  They were a huge hit at my vendor event, so I made some again this month with Christmas themed paper! I really love these little boxes.  They are the perfect size for small gifts and favors!  This month, I used three different Designer Series Papers, so that I had a nice selection.  I used Be Merry, Year of Cheer, and Quilted Christmas papers.

For the candy, I was able to fit six Ghiardelli chocolate squares or fifteen Hershey kisses in each.  I then cut a 1 x 9 inch strip of DSP and wrapped it around the box.  I secured it on the bottom with Fast Fuse Adhesive.  I find Fast Fuse works best on 3D projects, as it has a super strong hold!  Also, adhering the paper on the bottom of the box has two benefits: you don’t see where the paper is adhered and the weight of the filled box helps to keep the paper flat and together.  Once the boxes were filled and wrapped, I used the Bow Builder punch to make the bows for the tops, using a coordinating pattern from each package.  Here’s a short video that shows how easy it is to use the Bow Builder punch:

Once the bows were completed, I secured the bows to the tops using two Mini Glue Dots each, and then stamped and punched the tags in coordinating colors.  The “For You” sentiment is from the Tabs For Everything stamp set, and the tiny tags were cut using the Wood Crate Framelits Dies and the Big Shot.

Just a note about using 6 x 6 DSP for this project: in order to use the smaller sized DSP, you need to cut two strips and then adhere them together before wrapping them around the boxes.  This causes a visible seam where the two pieces meet.  I folded the strip at the seam, and placed the seam along the back, bottom edge of the box.  I find that this is the best place to put it, as it’s the least noticeable!  I do find it’s easier to use 12 x 12 DSP to make these, as you don’t have to worry about a seam, but when you have really cute 6 x 6 paper, this is a way to still be able to use it, even if it’s a little more work!  Here’s a picture of where I placed the seam (again, this is along the back, bottom edge of the box):

These are so fun and easy to make, and people LOVE them!  Hope you do too!

Thanks for visiting today!  Let me know if you have any questions!

Nicolle

 

Watercolor Christmas Mini Pizza Box Treat

I had a great time at my vendor event last night!  Met lots of fun people and sold lots of fun little treats and gifts for Christmas!  I can’t wait to do it again next month!  Over the new few days, I will be sharing some of the other items I made for the event as well!

This first project is one of my favorites. It’s a mini pizza box filled with chocolate Turtles and Dove chocolates!  The box is wrapped with a 3 inch strip of paper from the Merry Little Christmas Designer Series Paper.  I then wrapped a piece of Cherry Cobbler 1/4 Inch Double Stitched Ribbon around the box to add a pop of color.  I then adhered a silver Foil Snowflake and added the sentiment using Stampin’ Dimensionals to give it just a little height.  I layered the sentiment with Silver Glimmer Paper, and the sentiment itself is from the Watercolor Christmas stamp set.  I LOVE the elegant fonts used in this set!  The holly and berries are from the Good Tidings set, and are two step stamping images in Old Olive and Cherry Cobbler.   I love the contrast of the black with the other colors, as well as the sparkle the foil and glimmer paper gives to this project!

For this project, I used Fast Fuse adhesive.  Snail adhesive is my go to adhesive for pretty much everything, but I find that the Fast Fuse is really so much better for 3D projects!  It has a very strong hold that is perfect for holding Designer Series Paper in place when wrapped around the boxes.  It also provides great hold for the sentiment on the glimmer paper.  Due to the texture of the glimmer paper, regular snail just doesn’t cut it, but the Fast Fuse holds it on there perfectly!

I only was able to make FIVE of these, as I have three brand new packages of pizza boxes and I have NO IDEA where I put them!  Guess I know what I’m doing this weekend!   I need to make more of these before my next event!

I hope you enjoyed my project for today!  Thanks for stopping by!

Nicolle

 

Vendor Event Tonight!

Tonight I am doing a vendor bingo event!  I did the same one last month and it was a lot of fun!  Not only do I promote Stampin’ Up! products at this event, but I also make some treats and other goodies to sell on the side, so that people can actually SEE some examples of what can be made with them!  Since coming home from OnStage last Sunday, I have been working on putting some things together to sell at this event.  I only have rough, unedited pics of a few to share right now, but I have more that I will share in the next few days, and I will definitely take better, prettier pictures before posting!  But for now, here’s a little sneak peek at just a few of the items I’ve been working on!  Hope you like them!

Enjoy your day!

Nicolle

Mini Pizza Box Halloween Treat

The design for this adorable box is based on a sample from page 52 of the Stampin’ Up! Holiday catalog!  The end result is very, very similar to the sample in the catalog, so I can’t take full credit for the design, although I did make a few slight changes!  Here is the original:

As you can see, I used a different design from the Spooky Night Designer Series Paper for my band.  I also used a scalloped edge on the square layer on top, as well as a different sentiment from the Spooky Cat stamp set.  I also kept the pointed ends from the Classic Label Punch on the sentiment piece. I LOVED the little owl the way it was, so I kept that completely the same!  I filled these boxes with an assortment of Halloween candy that included 5-6 pieces of Twizzlers, Kit Kats, some minis, and more! This would definitely make a cute Halloween gift for a teacher, coworker, or friend or family member.  Here’s a close up of the owl:

I hope you like my project today!  Check back tomorrow for another fun Halloween project!  Only TWO days left til Halloween!

Nicolle

You can find all of the supplies used to make this project below:

Mini Coffee Cup Halloween Treat

Another hugely popular item at craft fairs and bazaars are these adorable mini coffee cups!  The cups hold only 4 ounces, so they are tiny!  To decorate these, I cut a piece of Spooky Night Designer Series paper to wrap around the front of the cup, and also cut a coordinating band of a different pattern from the same Spooky Night paper.  I attached the covering and the band to the cup using Fast Fuse adhesive.  I find that Fast Fuse is THE adhesive to use for gift packaging as it has such a strong hold!  The jack o lantern for the top was cut from the Spooky Night paper using the Patterned Pumpkin Thinlits.  I then used the Layering Circles dies to cut two circular layers for the lid, one in Basic Black, one in Very Vanilla.  I adhered everything with Snail adhesive and attached the whole thing to the top of the lid.  The tag was made with the Layering Ovals Framelits and the sentiment is from the September 2014 Paper Pumpkin Kit called “Bootiful Bags”.

I filled these with Werther’s Soft Caramels (YUM!).  Then popped on the lid, put it in cello bag, and attached the tag with black ribbon!  Super cute!  These were the first thing I sold out of at the event I did last week!

The cups are not an item that Stampin’ Up! sells, unfortunately.  I bought these from Amazon.  You can find them here.  And the matching lids here.

Hope you have a great day!  Please check back tomorrow for some more Halloween fun!

Nicolle

You can find everything I used to make these below:

Halloween Nugget Tin

Nugget Tins are always a huge hit at any craft fair or vendor fair that I’ve done!  They’re just simply twelve Hershey’s Nuggets, each wrapped in a 1 x 3 inch strip of Designer Series Paper, and placed in a small, rectangular tin.  Since most of Stampin’ Up’s DSP has twelve different designs, you can do a whole set without any duplicates!  For this one, I used the Spooky Night DSP on the nuggets, as well as on the tag.  Once the nuggets were in the tin, I wrapped a 1-1/4 inch strip of DSP around it, as well as some ribbon, and the tag.

I used two stamps from the Spooky Cat stamp set to make the tag.  The background is one stamp, which I stamped in Basic Black ink and the Happy Halloween is a different stamp, which I stamped in Pumpkin Pie ink.  The Spooky Cat set is a photopolymer set, which makes it really easy to align different stamps perfectly without using a stamp positioner, as the stamps are completely clear!  I then cut the front layer, as well as the back with cutting dies from the Layering Ovals Framelits, and adhered them using Snail adhesive.  Then I just punched a hole, attached it to the tin with some coordinating ribbon, and embellished with a Black Rhinestone.  And the completed tin is good to go!

I’ve already had multiple requests to make these for Christmas!  While Stampin’ Up! does not sell the tins, they can be found on ebay (which is where I got these).  Time to stock up on more before my next fair!

Thank you or stopping by today!  Please check back tomorrow for another Halloween themed project!

Nicolle