Welcome to another 3D Thursday project post! This week, we have Guest Designer Janet Goshorn joining us. Janet has created a little Warm & Toasty Treat Box, using items from the Snowflake Splendor suite. Take a look at what she has created for us:
How cute is that polar bear? Janet placed two hot chocolate packets and two peppermint spoons inside. This is such a perfect little gift to let someone special know you’re thinking about them this holiday season! It would also make a great craft fair item!
If you would like to make your own Warm & Toasty Treat Box, you can download Janet’s FREE project sheet HERE (or click on the image below!) In it, she includes step by step instructions, as well as all of the supplies and measurements you need to make these yourself!
I hope you have enjoyed this week’s project! Thank you for visiting today, and enjoy the rest of your day!
Happy Thursday! Today we have Designer Twila Davis sharing her adorable 6 x 6 Designer Series Paper Gift Bag! Making your own gift bags is a great way to perfectly coordinate your gift giving this year. Use the same paper for your cards, tags, and bags!
For her project, Twila used the ‘Tis the Season 6 x 6 Designer Series Paper. The finished bag measures 4 x 3 x 1-1/2 inches wide, so the bag is small, but is perfect for giving small treats, gifts, or ornaments to friends and family. You can change the theme of the bag to fit any occasion, just by switching up the paper!
If you would like instructions to make your own bags, you can download Twila’s FREE project sheet HERE or by clicking on the image below! In it, she gives detailed, step by step instructions with measurements, as well as a complete supply list:
Please check back next week for another fun 3D Thursday project! Thanks for stopping by!
Welcome to our November Color Fuser’s Blog Hop! We got about four inches of snow where I live in CT on Friday, so I wanted to do something with bright and sunny flowers for my post today! My card features the Poppy Moments Dies, as well as a pretty color combo this month of Bumblebee, Poppy Parade, and Shaded Spruce!
To make the flowers for this card, I made a watercolor wash with Poppy Parade and Bumblebee reinkers, making sure to blend them a bit in the middle. Once the paper was dry, I cut the back layers of the flowers, and then cut the top layers from Poppy Parade and Bumblebee cardstock. I adhered the two layers for each flower together with multipurpose glue, then added the centers which were cut from Basic Black cardstock. I also cut some leaves in Shaded Spruce to incorporate it into the project. The Poppy Moments Dies contain all of the pieces you need to create full, perfect flowers! You can see the complete set below:
Another way I incorporated the Shaded Spruce is to add some light paint spatters in the background. I used a stamp from the Waterfront set and stamped off the ink twice before stamping the spatters onto the card. This way, they weren’t super dark, and were a more subtle addition to my project.
In addition to the Shaded Spruce leaves, I added some vellum sprigs and gold leaves as well. I also heat embossed the sentiment in gold, which is from the Tasteful Touches stamp set. I don’t use a lot of gold in my projects as I tend to prefer silver, but I do really like the way the gold looks with the colors we used this month! Take a look at the shiny leaves and sentiment in the picture below:
Finally, I added some Wink of Stella to the flowers’ centers, and some Gold Glitter Enamel Dots to finish the card. Now it is ready to send off to a friend in this week’s mail!
Measurements for this card are as follows:
Basic Black cardstock base: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 inches (scored at 4-1/4 inches and folded in half).
Shimmery White cardstock top layer: 4 x 5-1/4 iinches
Poppy Parade flower piece: approximately 3 x 3 inches
Bumblebee flower piece: approximately 2 x 2 inches
Shaded Spruce leaves: size varies
Thanks for checking out our hop today! Please continue to the next stop this month, which is Melanie Hockin’s page. Click HERE or click on the image below to go to her page!
Our complete hop line up for this month is as follows:
This week for 3D Thursday, we are switching things up a bit! Instead of featuring only one project, we are doing a blog hop with all FOUR of the 3D Thursday designers! To see all of our projects, just “hop” from one blog to the next using the “next” button at the bottom of each designer’s post. All of our projects today will feature the Mini Paper Pumpkin Boxes!
For my project, I used the Mini Paper Pumpkin boxes to create gift packaging for essential oils. I have a good friend who is the essential oil QUEEN! She uses them all the time, and she is also an avid crafter. She (normally) does a lot of craft fairs and vendor shows, and often makes cute packaging for her oils, as well as for the products she makes with them. So this project is inspired by her!
These boxes are the perfect size to fit six 5 ml bottles of oils OR five 15 ml bottles. (I used Young Living oils for my project, but other brands may be different in size.) I chose six of my favorites, and plan to give a few of these as Christmas gifts this year. The bottles are small, so when they are lined up in the box, there is some empty space near the top. To fill that space, I printed out a description of each oil and some of its uses, then trimmed the paper to the width of the box. I then rolled it up and tied it with some ribbon and a small gift tag. It fits perfectly in that unused space, and is a nice way to finish this project!
To decorate the outside of the box, I used wood grain print paper from the In Good Taste Designer Series Paper. (I also lined the inside of the box with the same paper. ) I created the wreath using the Wreath Builder Dies, and used paper from the Heartwarming Hugs Designer Series Paper behind it. The “Peace” sentiment was made with the Joy Dies.
Here’s a quick list of step-by-step instructions for this project:
Cut two 3-1/2 x 5-1/4 inch pieces of woodgrain paper from the In Good Taste Designer Series Paper. Adhere one to the top of the box and one on the bottom of the inside of the box.
Cut a 2 x 5-1/4 inch strip of Heartwarming Hugs Designer Series Paper and adhere across the top of the box.
Cut the wreath pieces using the Wreath Builder Dies and Stampin’ Cut & Emboss machine. (I used Pear Pizzazz for the bottom layer of my wreath and Garden Green for the top.) Cut the bow pieces from Real Red cardstock.
Adhere the wreath and bow using Mini Glue Dots. Add a Gold Hoop Embellishment to the inside of the wreath, and some Wonderful Gems around the wreath as well. Add a small Linen Thread bow.
Adhere a piece of Shimmery White Cardstock to a Foam Adhesive Sheet and run through the Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine with the Peace Die to create the bottom layer of the sentiment. Cut the top layer of the sentiment using the same set of dies and adhere with multipurpose glue. Adhere the finished sentiment piece to the front of the wreath.
Use a Stampin’ Dimensional on the back of each oil bottle when placing in the box. This will keep them neatly lined up and will prevent them from moving around in the box.
Print your oil info, trim, roll, and wrap with a ribbon and a bow. Add a small gift tag with the sentiment of your choice. (Mine is from the Little Treats stamp set and I used the Timeless Label Punch to make a quick and easy tag).
Place your rolled paper in the box, close the top, tuck in the tabs, and your gift is ready to give!
The Mini Paper Pumpkin Boxes are truly a versatile product and can be used to create packaging for so many different types of gifts! Use them to package notecards, tags, jewelry, oils, treats (they are food safe) and so much more! There is so much you can do with these, and are a must have for holiday gift giving!
I hope you have enjoyed my project today! Please contact me if you have any questions. And please continue on to the next stop on our hop, which is Twila Davis‘ page. You can get there by clicking HERE or by clicking the image below:
This week is Guest Designer week at 3D Thursday and we are featuring Sue Poile from Creative Designs by Sue as our designer! Sue has created this Beautiful Christmas Gift Box, using classic Christmas red, green, and gold. Her box features a gorgeous star arrangement on the box top, along with a sweet gold bow on the side!
If you would like to create this project for yourself, you can download Sue’s FREE project sheet HERE, or by clicking the image below. It includes step by step instructions, as well as a complete product list!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Next week, we will be featuring a fun Halloween themed blog hop, with all four of the 3D Thursday Designers! You won’t want to miss it!
It’s my turn to create for 3D Thursday! For my project, I have created a shaker top gift container using one of the Round Tins from the Stampin’ Up! 2020 August-December Mini Catalog. I got the idea for this project from another demonstrator called The Caravan Crafter. She created some gorgeous shaker tins with the Snowflake Splendor Suite, so her projects are really what inspired my project for today! My version can be seen below:
Mine was created for a friend who has a fall birthday, so I went with that as my theme. I used the Life is Beautiful stamp set for the tree and leaves, as well as a sentiment from the Little Treats stamp set. The Life is Beautiful set can be seen below, and is one of my favorite sets from the new catalog!
I stamped the tree onto Very Vanilla cardstock in Soft Suede ink, and then used Stampin’ Write markers to color the leaves on the stamp before adding them to the tree. I purposely blended some of the colors together so that the leaves were many different colors. The colors I used for the leaves were Cherry Cobbler, Pumpkin Pie, Bumblebee, and Old Olive. I then stamped the sentiment and cut around the image with the Layering Circles Dies to make a circle approximately 3-1/4 inches in diameter.
Next, I took the lid of the tin and wiped down the inside with a dryer sheet to reduce static on the plastic. I used Foam Adhesive strips all around the edge of the window as shown below:
I cut a 3-1/2 inch diameter circle from the Guilded Autumn Specialty DSP and layered my stamped circle onto it using Stampin’ Seal Plus Adhesive. I added sequins to the inside of the lid, and placed my layered circles face down and pressed all around the edge of the foam strips to adhere the DSP to the strips. Doing this created a seal all around the edge so that the sequins would stay inside the window.
I then cut another 3-1/2 inch circle in coordinating cardstock (I used Early Espresso) for the bottom and embellished with one leaf in the middle. I also added some ribbon around the outside of the tin, as well as a small metallic bow to the top to finish it. The tin can be filled with any gift you wish, but I used mine for a necklace I made with the Acorn Trinkets (but that’s a different project for a different day! 😉 )!
If you would like full instructions on how to create your own shaker top gift tin, click HERE or click on the image below to download and print my FREE project sheet! it includes step by step instructions, as well as a complete product list.
I hope you have enjoyed my project today! Please feel free to contact me with questions!
This week we have Guest Designer Jennifer Merle-Hamscher joining us for 3D Thursday! She has created this fabulous Magic Treats & Gift Card Box, using products from the Magic in This Night Suite. Check it out:
I just LOVE the color scheme of Jennifer’s project. Black and white with a splash of red is one of my favorite color combos. I think it’s just so elegant and eye catching! And it’s appropriate for so many occasions. Take a peek at another one that she created with a Halloween theme in the picture below:
If you like Jennifer’s project, and would like to create your own, you can download her FREE project sheet HERE or be clicking the image below:
Do you love creating gift packaging and other 3D projects? Then please check out my blog every Thursday for something new! You can also check out our team Facebook page HERE. (We would LOVE it if you liked our page!) Please check back next week for a NEW 3D Thursday project… it’s my turn to post, so stay tuned for something new from yours truly! 🙂
Happy Fall, Everyone! I can’t believe it’s already October! Only two months left in this crazy year, and then hopefully 2021 will be the year that things start to get back to normal (fingers crossed!) It’s time for our October Color Fusers Blog Hop, and this month, we have a unique combination of Cinnamon Cider, Crumb Cake, and Cherry Cobbler to share:
My project this month features the Birds & Branches Bundle, which can be found in the 2020-2021 Annual Catalog. Though it is mostly an everyday occasion set, I decided to make a Christmas card with it. I wasn’t quite sure how these colors would work for a Christmas card, but I really like the end result! Here’s a peek at the full bundle:
The bundle includes the Birds & Branches stamp set, as well as the coordinating Birds & More Dies. I also used a decorative stamp from the Joyful Holly stamp set in the corners of the card, as well as a sentiment from the Sweetest Time set. The holly was stamped in Cinnamon Cider and the berries were colored with Cherry Cobbler Stampin’ Blends. The sentiment was stamped in Cherry Cobbler. The middle layer was cut using the Rectangle Stitched Dies, and the top layer was torn along the edges to give it a bit of a rustic look. The birds in this set are two step stamps. There is an outline stamp for each, and then a solid image that you can stamp over (or under) to produce a multilayer/multicolor effect. I stamped the outline of the bird in Cherry Cobbler, then stamped the solid bird image in Crumb Cake over it, and cut with the coordinating die. I then sponged some Wink of Stella onto the bird to give it a little shimmer before mounting it on the card with Stampin’ Dimensionals!
Measurements for this card are as follows:
Thick Very Vanilla cardstock card base: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 inches (scored at 4-1/4 inches and folded in half)
Crumb Cake cardstock middle layer: 3-3/8 x 4-3/4 inches
Very Vanilla top layer: 3 x 4-1/4 inches (approximate)
Cinnamon Cider piece for branch: 2 x 4-1/2 inches (approximate)
Small piece of Cherry Cobbler for the flowers
Because this is a Christmas card, I wanted to add a little bling to dress it up. So in addition to the bird, I also sponged some Wink of Stella onto the branch. I cut small flowers from Cherry Cobbler cardstock using the Confetti Flowers Border Punch, and added those to the branch, then added some rhinestones to the flowers’ centers. The card was finished with a small Linen Thread bow. While these colors are definitely not your traditional Christmas colors, I think they still work!
I hope you have enjoyed our hop so far! Please continue on to Bonnie O’Neill’s page to see what she has created this month! Thanks so much for joining us today!
The 3D Thursday team is back from our summer break, with all new projects just in time for the holidays! Our first project is created by Sarah Wills, and is an adorable Curvy Treat Holder:
This little treat holder holds wrapped Hershey nuggets, and can easily be changed for any holiday by switching up your paper, colors, and stamped images! Halloween is right around the corner (!), and Sarah has made a Halloween themed one for this week’s project. I love her hand colored images, especially the cute little black cat on the side!
Here are a few more pictures of Sarah’s project:
You can download Sarah’s complete instruction sheet by clicking the image below or by clicking HERE. This would be such a fun way to brighten someone’s day!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I will be back on Monday with a new Color Fusers project! Hope to see you soon!
Happy September! I can’t believe it’s almost officially Fall! Since it’s the first Monday of the month, it’s time for our monthly Color Fusers Blog Hop. Today, we have a pretty combo of Balmy Blue, Night of Navy, and Melon Mambo!
For my project today, I used the new Dove of Hope Bundle from the 2020 August-December Mini Catalog. Most of the time, I like to stick to traditional holiday colors when creating Christmas crafts. Every once in awhile though, I like to mix it up. I LOVE doves at Christmas time. I think they are so peaceful and beautiful! So when I saw the colors we were using this month, I knew I wanted to do something with this bundle, though I wasn’t sure exactly what. I just started playing with the colors and dies, and this is what I came up with!
To make this card, I used a small artists palette from the dollar store and added one drop of ink from Balmy Blue, Night of Navy and Melon Mambo ink refills into different wells. I then added a small amount of water to each well and mixed thoroughly. I used my Water Painters to randomly swirl the colors on a sheet of watercolor paper. I then set the paper aside to dry. While that was drying, I used some of the other dies from the Detailed Dove die set to cut the solid wing and tail pieces from Shimmery White Cardstock. I also cut the “Peace” sentiment from Balmy Blue Glimmer Paper using the new Joy Dies. Once the watercolor paper was dry, I cut the wing overlay pieces, as well as the dove’s body from the watercolored sheet. I adhered the colored overlay pieces to the solid underlay with Multipurpose Glue. I adhered the finished wings to the dove with Mini Glue Dots, and then went over the entire thing with Wink of Stella glitter. It’s hard to tell from the pictures, but you can see the shine just a bit in the picture below:
While the bird was drying, I cut the middle layer from Balmy Blue cardstock, and the top layer from Night of Navy. To create some variation in color, I used a Stampin’ Sponge to sponge VersaMark ink all over the Night of Navy piece in a circular pattern. While the ink was still not completely dry, I brushed Wink of Stella glitter onto the same sponge and sponged it over the Versamark in a circular motion to add just a hint of shimmer to the background. I also added some snowflakes from the Dove of Hope set in VersaMark as well. When the background piece was finished and dry, I assembled the card and adhered the dove with Stampin’ Dimensionals. I then applied the sentiment and sprig piece (cut from Vellum) with Multipurpose Glue, and stamped the sentiment on the inside. You can see the shimmer from the Shimmery White Cardstock base in the picture below:
Once the whole card was dry, I embellished the front with some Snowflake Adhesive Backed Embellishments and my card was complete!
Measurements for this card are as follows:
Shimmery White Cardstock card base: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 inches (scored at 4-1/4 inches and folded in half)
Balmy Blue cardstock middle layer: 4 x 5-1/4 inches
Night of Navy cardstock top layer: 3-7/8 x 5-1/8 inches
Balmy Blue Glimmer Paper sentiment: 1 x 3 inches (approximate)
Dove: 3-1/2 x 4-1/2 inches (approximate)
I hope you have enjoyed my project for this month! Please continue through our hop to see what my talented teammates have created with this month’s colors. Next up is Tami Hewlett!