I just had to make another “treat bag” using the Little Debbie Snack Cakes. This one is the soft gingerbread man cookie. I just added another cardstock topper to give it a more personal touch. The gingerbread man was stamped with a retired Stampin’ Up! set. The designer paper is Jolly and Bright from Heidi Grace Design. The sentiment is from the set Naughty or Nice by A Muse Studio Stamps. I thought it turned out very cute.
This holiday season has been so crazy, busy. Between family illness, work, church activities, school, kids’ schedules… it has been rather hectic. I have hardly had time to create. Even with all this madness I still wanted to take time to make my holiday treats. I need co-worker treats, school party treats, youth group treats, etc, etc. It is a long list, but I love doing it. The other day when I was at the grocery I saw these new santa snack cake brownies from Little Debbie. They are so adorable. And, it is so easy just to add a cardstock topper to make them personal. I used the santa hat and sentiment from the set Naughty or Nice from A Muse Rubber Stamps. It is one of my favorite sets.
I was trying to get some ideas for treats for my daughter’s Fall Class Party. I wanted to use my new stamp set Creepy Hollow from A Muse Studio and I came across this from the A Muse Studio artists and just had to share it with you. It is a simple, small project and fun to do. I also thought that it would be great to attach my business card to the back. I could give out this little treat as my business card during this Halloween season.
I have gotten several new Halloween sets that I hope to share with you in the next coming weeks. Most of them have been from the new holiday catalog.
If you haven’t gotten yours yet just let me know. They are FREE (unless I have to mail it to you, then it is $3 for shipping only). Call or email me ASAP!
Since my February Stamp Camp got canceled I thought I would give you a little taste of spring. Indiana has had unusually spring like weather in January and it has inspired me to get out into the yard, do some spring cleaning, create with flowers and little animals… Therefore, my March Stamp Camp will be spring themed. As many of you know, I have a BIG event planned. You will not want to miss it. It is called a “Round Robin” event and it is right around the corner! Here are the details:
Travel around to different tables to create 6 spring themed projects, receive the NEW 2012 A Muse Studio catalog and a scrapbook kit.
Enjoy drinks and a dessert bar with other stamping friends!
I need 6 table hostesses!!! If you fill a table of eight with yourself and 7 friends your admission will be FREE and you will also receive an additional FREE hostess gift.
Early registration is $35 if paid before March 12th. Late registration is $40.00.
Take advantage of the EARLY BIRD registration. Before you know it March 12th will be here. 🙂 Call or email to register or for more information.
I just received my order from A Muse Studio that had all my valentine stuff in it. I couldn’t wait to start playing with it so last night I stayed up and created a few things. This was one of them. Isn’t it adorable? It was very easy and simple. The hardest part was not opening the chocolate bar to eat it. 🙂 I wrapped the bar in one of the papers from A Muse’s Sweetheart Cardstock Assortment pack. Then stamped the clock from Quick and Cute Valentines (which is, by the way, one of the sets on sale in this months Spotlight Promotion). I colored the clock with my Copic markers and placed Heart Twinkle stickers on the pendulums, then adhered it to the bar. I tied ribbon and baker’s twine around the bar and added 2 heart beads. Easy little gift for a friend you are “cuckoo” over. 🙂
My friend Darcy showed me this cute little Halloween treat bag. I just had to make one for myself (not sure who I’m going to give this one to). How much simpler can you get? Easy peasy for those last-minute class treats. The kids can even do it all themselves. 🙂 I used glue dots to adhere the googly eyes. Stamped the sentiment on white cardstock with black ink and mounted it on green cardstock then adhered it to the bag with double stick tape. I folded the top backwards and sealed it with tape. Fill with candy and then you’re done within 5 minutes… tops!
The stamped sentiment is from a retired stamp set from The Angel Company.