It’s 3D Thursday! This week’s project was created by demonstrator Debbie Henderson. She created this adorable Easter basket using the Welcome Easter stamp set and items from the Best Dressed Suite!
These would be so cute to make as place holders for Easter dinner, or as favors for an Easter egg hunt! I bet kids would also enjoy making these! Here’s some additional views of Debbie’s project:
Do you love this project? Want to make your own? You can download Debbie’s FREE Project Sheet HERE, or by clicking the image below. It contains everything you need, including a full supply list and step-by-step instructions to make as many as you’d like!
I hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s project! Please check back next week for a new project from one of our fantastic Guest Designers! 🙂
Today’s 3D Thursday project was created by Guest Designer Cathy Autrey! She has created this cute coordinating set which includes a mini clipboard, notebook, and pen:
I just love her project! She used the Honey Bee Bundle and Golden Honey Designer Series Paper (which sadly is no longer available), but this project could easily be adapted and made with any paper/stamps/dies. This would make such a cute gift for teachers, administrative professionals, or anyone who likes cute office supplies!
You can download Cathy’s FREE project sheet, with complete instructions and supply list HERE or by clicking the image below!
Happy Thursday! This week it’s my turn to create for 3D Thursday! 🙂
I follow a lot of different craft sites and one thing I’ve noticed is that bees are definitely a huge trend right now. There are LOTS of posts about beehives and bee related crafts, especially now that Spring is right around the corner! I like to put my own twist on popular projects using Stampin’ Up products, so I made a mason jar beehive with three flower pens:
The base of this project is a pint sized mason jar. I covered the jar with a thin layer of Multipurpose Glue and then used the 5/16″ Braided Burlap Trim to wrap the jar. I let the jar sit overnight and dry completely before completing it the next day. Once the whole project was finished, I filled the jar with glass vase gems (not shown) to add some weight and give the finished pens something to rest on while in the jar!
You can make your own set using my FREE project sheet, available below! The sheet contains step by step, full color instructions, along with a complete supply list of everything you need. You can download the sheet HERE, or by clicking the image below:
This project is sweet and useful, and was A LOT of fun to create. I hope you’ll consider making one of your own!
Thank you for visiting today! Please contact me if you have any questions regarding my project. I would be happy to help!
Welcome to our Color Fusers March 2020 blog hop! Today, we have a really pretty color combo to share! I just love the combination of green and brown together. I love it so much, that it was actually my color scheme for my wedding in 2008. I wore a light ivory gown, and my bridesmaids wore dark brown. All of my accents were different shades of green, including my main flowers, which were green Cymbidium Orchids. I made all of my own wedding stationery, and though I was not a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator at the time, I used Stampin’ Up! products in everything I made. My Stampin’ Up! colors were Certainly Celery (now retired), Early Espresso, and Very Vanilla. (Not EXACTLY the colors used today’s project, but on the same idea)!
For today’s project, I used the Parisian Beauty and Forever Blossoms stamp sets, as well as the Parisian Dies:
To make this card, I used Soft Suede card stock for the base, then Pear Pizzazz for the middle layer, and Very Vanilla for the top. I wanted a very soft look for this card, so any stamped images were stamped off at least twice in order to leave it very light in color.
I stamped the blossoms on the background in Mint Macaron ink. I stamped each off twice before stamping onto my final layer. I then used the script stamp from Parisian Beauty to stamp some script in multiple spots using Soft Suede. Those were stamped off three times each before stamping the final images. I then used a sponge dauber to sponge some Pear Pizzazz ink very lightly in the center of each large flower, as well as some Crumb Cake lightly along the edges.
The Eiffel Tower was cut from Crumb Cake card stock using the large die from the Parisian Dies set, and the “merci” was cut in Pear Pizzazz using a die from the same set. (I had originally planned to use Soft Suede for the tower, but I felt it was too dark, so I went with the lighter color!) Once the two top layers were adhered together with Snail adhesive, I attached them to the base using Stampin’ Dimensionals. To finish this card, I added three small pearls to the front, as well as a simple sentiment from the By the Dock stamp set to the inside:
Measurements for this card are as follows:
Soft Suede card stock base: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 inches (scored at 4-1/4 inches and folded in half).
Pear Pizzazz card stock middle layer: 3-7/8 x 5-1/8 inches
Very Vanilla card stock top layer: 3-3/4 x 5 inches
Crumb Cake Eiffel Tower piece: 2-3/4 x 5 inches
Pear Pizzazz “merci” piece: 1/2 x 2-1/2 inches
Right now, you can get both the Parisian Beauty stamp set and Parisian Dies as a bundle for 10% off the price of both purchased separately! Take a peek at the full bundle below:
The full Forever Blossoms stamp set can also be seen below:
I love how all of these products work so well together!
Thanks for stopping by today! Please continue to the next stop on our hop to see what Jo Anne Hewins has created this month. Click HERE to proceed to her page, or use the “NEXT” button below!
And please check back this Thursday, when I will be hopping with the 3D Thursday Design Team! It’s my turn to create, and I have a super cute project to share! (At least that’s the plan! It’s not totally finished yet! 😉 )
We have Gail Slabe joining us for 3D Thursday this week, and she has created this adorable Bunny Purse Treat Holder. It seriously is just SO cute!
I just love punch art! I also love the colors she used on this project. What a fun little gift for family, friends, or coworkers! Take a peek at both the inside and the back as well:
If you love this project and want to make some of your own, you can download Gail’s free project sheet HERE, or click on the image below!
Please check back next week for another 3D Thursday project! It’s my turn to create, and I’ve got something fun planned! I will also be hopping on Monday with the Color Fusers. We have a gorgeous color combo to share this month!
Hope to see you back soon! Thanks for visiting today!
Spring is right around the corner! And that means it’s almost time for TULIPS! I LOVE tulips. They are my absolute favorite! So I really love Twila Davis’ project for this week’s 3D Thursday. How sweet is this little tulip treat holder?
For her project, Twila used the Timeless Tulips Bundle, which includes both the Timeless Tulips stamp set and Tulip Builder Punch. Right now, you can purchase both items together as a bundle for a savings of 10% off the cost of them separately! Take a peek at the bundle below:
Other items she used include Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper and Tulle Ribbon. Colors are Flirty Flamingo, Granny Apple Green, and Whisper White.
You can download a FREE project sheet with step by step instructions HERE or by clicking the image below! This would be such a sweet treat for someone special, or would make great favors for a spring themed bridal shower or wedding!
Happy Thursday! Today, we have Guest Designer Libby Fens joining us, and she has created this great packaging for chocolate dipped pretzel rods (YUM!)
For her project, Libby used items from the 2020 January-June Mini Catalog, including the gorgeous Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper. Who wouldn’t want to receive this sweet treat in such a great little package?
Others items that Libby used include the So Sentimental stamp set and Stitched So Sweetly Dies, which can be purchased right now as a bundle for 10% off the cost of both separately. Take a peek at what’s included in the bundle below, or click HERE to go straight to it in the online store!
Want to make this project yourself? Download a FREE project sheet HERE, or click the image below:
I hope you have enjoyed this week’s project! Have a great weekend!
Happy Thursday! My post is late today due to my 5 year old being sick. He’s been running a temp for two days now, and is absolutely miserable. I HATE when my kids are sick. I apologize for not having this up earlier!
Sarah Wills is this week’s designer and she has created this super cute chocolate square holder. It is designed to perfectly hold three Ghiardelli chocolate squares (my favorite!) She designed her project using items for Valentine’s Day, but this could very easily be used for any occasion just by switching up the colors, papers, and sentiment!
Isn’t this such a sweet project? It would make a perfect little gift for school kids, coworkers, or anyone you just want to wish a sweet Happy Valentine’s Day to! You can download Sarah’s FREE project sheet HERE (or click on the image below)!
Sorry for the super short post today, but I’ve got my hands fiull with my little guy. I will be back soon with a new project and post!
It’s time for another Color Fusers Blog Hop! This month, we have a gorgeous combination of Blushing Bride, Very Vanilla, Sahara Sand, and Early Espresso!
For some reason, when I think of pink with shades of brown and ivory, I think of vintage, lacy things. So when I was designing my card for this month, I went with that theme. I used Early Espresso card stock for the base, then layered it with Sahara Sand, Blushing Bride, and Very Vanilla on top. The card is embellished with a lacy bow and a shimmery pink flower.
Measurements for this card are as follows:
Early Espresso card stock card base: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 inches (scored at 4-1/4 inches and folded in half)
Sahara Sand card stock layer: 3-3/4 x 5 inches
Blushing Bride card stock layer: 3-5/8 x 4-7/8 inches
Very Vanilla card stock top layer: 3-1/2 x 4-3/4 inches
Blushing Bride die cut heart: 2-1/4 x 2-3/8 inches
While the overall layout of this card is very simple, I added a number of details to dress it up a bit:
The corners on the base are stamped with leaves in Versamark ink.
The top layer is embossed using the Scripty 3D embossing folder.
The flower was crinkled and then coated in Wink of Stella to give it some extra texture, shimmer, and shine.
A Frosted Flower Embellishment with a tiny pearl was added to the center of the flower.
Very Vanilla Scalloped Lace Trim was added, along with a bow to finish it off!
While Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, I plan to use this card for an upcoming wedding. This card could definitely be used for Valentine’s Day, though, as well as an anniversary, engagement, or bridal shower!
I hope you have enjoyed my project today! Please continue to the next stop on this month’s hop, which is Melanie Hockin’s page. I can’t wait to see what she has created this month!
For this week’s 3D Thursday, we have Guest Designer Jo Anne Hewins joining us! She has created this fun purse shaped gift package, using products from the 2020 January-June Mini Catalog and Sale-a-Bration Brochure! I love the bright colors of the lily pad and flower against the black and white. The colors really pop!
She used this bag for a sweet treat, but you can fill it with anything you choose! Change up the sentiment to use for any occasion as well!
Many of the products that Jo Anne used can be earned for FREE, now through March 31st, with a qualifying purchase! Details can be found in this year’s Sale-a-Bration brochure. Feel free to request a copy, or you can view it online HERE, or by clicking the image for this year’s brochure on the right hand side of this page!
Love this project and want to make your own? You can download step-by-step instructions, as well as a complete supply list HERE, or click on the image below:
A big thank you to Jo Anne for joining us today! Please check back next week for another 3D Thursday project! (I will also be hopping with the Color Fusers on Monday!)