Wednesday, October 19, 2011

November Crop make and takes!

Gift Basket: FREE! First one is free and each additional basket is $.50. Great gift for school teachers, friends, birthdays, or holidays. A variety of papers and colors will be available to choose from. Fill it with gift cards, a treat or whatever you choose.

Sweet Treat Turkey: $1 This turkey shows off another creative way to use the adoreable sweet treat cups. On the back is a little Thanksgiving stamped message.

Two Pocket Card: $2 This is more than just a card! The front has two pockets to put in pictures, notes, or a list of things to be thankful for! Inside is like a regular card for you to personalize again with either a message or more pictures. It could also be used for a birthday. Put two gift cards in the front pockets! We will be making the card, we will not be stamping and decorating the card. You will also receive a copy of the tutorial to take home with you.

Inside view.

View of the two pockets.

Christmas Cellophane Treat: Free! You can make 1 for free and each additional one you make is $.25.

12 Days of Christmas Kit: $10 I know that sounds spendy but it's really not! You get materials to decorate 12 cards and their accompany envelopes. This price is just covering the cost of the DSP paper, envelopes and photo-copies! You also will get a set of insutructions, another photo-copied set of the kit and a color print of the finished product. This is a really fun way to get your kids involved in the giving of christmas. You can also give this set away as a gift!

Cookie Box: $3 Learn h0w to make this adoreable window screen cookie box. It includes the recipe to make soft molasses cookies. It does NOT include the tag shown. This box easily holds 12 cookies. A copy of the tutorial instructions will be included in the price of the project.

Top View.

Recipe Board Kit: $6 This is one of my favorites because it gets your kids involved in deciding whats for dinner. This kit will be ready to be assembled . The strips of paper are white so that you can easily replace them and keep a stash in the pocket on the board. You can have your kids help decide what to eat each week and they can write it on the slips of paper, or you can have menu ideas already written down and they can choose which ones they would like to have for the week. This clipboard also has a nice attachment at the top of it for easy hanging in your kitchen!

Explosion Box: $3 This is a SUPER cute scrapbook in a box, or gift idea. If using it as a scrapbook in a box, you just add pictures! If you are using it as a gift you can add messages, pictures and even a present or treat that will fit in the middle.

I am super excited about this events make and takes! If you know that you are for SURE interested in doing one of these projects, shoot me a text letting me know, or give me a call. I will have a select number of kits ready anyway, but if I have a decent idea of how many you guys want to do, then I will make sure that I have enough materials!

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Monday, October 10, 2011

October Scrapbook Layout

Here is this months layout! You will need a pair of scissors and I think that that's it! A simple but elegant fall layout!
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Monday, October 3, 2011

October 10 for $10

Here are the cards for the October 10 for $10! You will learn some new techniques and walk away with 10 beautiful cards. (At least I think so!:>)

This card shows off how to use a embossing folder to create a really neat textured look

This card uses clear embossing, stamping and sponging
Bring your own sponges if you have them. I will have one heat gun so if you have one of
those it would make the process go more quickly also.

This is a super simple card. Cute, simple and elegant. Although you do have to cut
out that flower so bring some scissors!

Another simple but elegant card. If you have a small hole punch for
brads then bring it.

Last, but not least, the classic black and white card. You will learn how to quill these simple paper flowers. ALso, if there is a different sentiment that you want to stamp on your card, feel free. If you need more sympathy cards, you can switch the sentiment to fit that, and etc.
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