March Inkspiration

Good morning crafty friends. It’s time for another fun challenge with the gals from SSInk.

Our inkspiration today is:

My creation is a scene I created for one of the raffles at Inking Idaho on the Road 2017. I was inspired by projects I saw on Pintrest and decided to take them to a new level.

A fun and adorable Easter scene created with many 3-d framelits and dies from Stampin' Up! For more information and inspiration visit www.faithgracestamp.com

Street Scene was created on an 8″ X 16″ canvas from Hobby Lobby

Houses were created using the Sweet Home Thinlits

The Thoughtful Branches Bundle was used for the tree

The bunny and the grass are a part of the Basket Bunch/ Basket Builder Bundle in the Occasions Catalog. Each door of the house has a window sheet so that it can be filled with the chocolate eggs.

The roofs had a small magnet on each of them so they could be opened and closed.

The Tasty Truck stamp set  from Sale-A-Bration was perfect for the street.

This project was a huge hit and it was so very fun to make. It was a project like none that I have done before but it stretched me greatly and I am so happy that I took it on.

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A Little Lucky Treat!

Hello laddies! Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Are you going to celebrate today or tonight? We will be gathering with friends that were on our Belize mission trip to share photos and videos.

I’ve created a fun treat holder for you today:

Adorable St. Patrick's Day treat holder made using the curvy keepsake box from Stampin' Up! Find more inspiration at www.faithgracestamp.com

This adorable piece was made using the Curvy Keepsake box from Stampin’ Up! I used only half of the die, cutting 2 out and running them through the chunky embossing folder. Then I glued the 2 parts together and ties with the gold and white ribbon from Sale-A-Bration. The clover was made using the Pansy Punch die and the cute greeting is from the Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set. Wouldn’t this be a fun favor for the holiday?

Thanks for coming by today. Be sure to subscribe so that you never miss a piece of inspiration!

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Alaska Blog Hop – October

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Welcome Hoppers to our #Alaska2018 Blog Hop. I am so glad that you are here. Today we have a boatload of ideas to inspire you by pairing products that work well together!

I have paired a fun gift bag from our annual catalog with a tag using products from our holiday catalog. I love that supplies from both of our current catalogs can work together hand in hand and gives us so many options for projects. I have been busy working on some adorable Halloween treats to give to our friends this year.

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I love how versatile these petite cafe bags are. They can be dressed up in so many ways and they can hold candies, a cupcake or any kind of small gift. The bag has been decorated with the candy corns also used in the jar and some Halloween Night designer series paper. Then I stamped the jar and more candy corn from the Jar of Haunts stamp set and used the Everyday Jar framelits to cut it out. The gold clip on the top is a really fun way to hold it all together.

Thank you so much for hopping with us. Be sure to stop by every blog (you are at Jen Guarino) to see what others have paired together. Please leave us some love in the form of a comment. You can also subscribe so that you never miss another post!

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ICS Blog Hop – Fabulous Framelits

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It’s the first Wednesday of the month so that means it’s time for the ICS Blog Hop! I am so excited that you are here.

This month we are showcasing our Fabulous Framelits! Did you know that Stampin’ Up! offers 52 different sets of framelits! That is such a huge selection to choose from! My project used 3 different sets between the gift item and the coordinating card.

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This was a wedding gift for my son’s youth group leader who got married last weekend. I used their invitation as the inspiration for patterns and colors. Their wedding was an evening filled with family, fun and faith. The bride and groom met last fall at a youth event held at church and now they are husband and wife. I love that our Large Letter Framelits and Large Number Framelits make personalized gifts so easy! The Sunshine Wishes thinlits made a coordinating card quick and easy to add!

Now it’s time to hop on over to Megan’s blog and see what she has for us. Thank you so much for hopping by tonight! I would love to know what you thought of my project! Be sure to subscribe so that you never miss another post.

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