This was a project that I designed for my last stamp camp a couple of weeks ago using cardstock, circle paper punches and googly-eyes. Everyone made their own facial expression just changing the position of the “eye lids”. My mom even made hers into a “Bride of Frankenstein”.
See all the great projects you miss when you miss a stamp camp! You need to come and join us.
This awesome treat bag is another project from our Angel meeting on August 13th. It was designed by my good friend, Jennifer Edwards. She used the stamp set Wicked by Oxford Impressions and The Angel Company stamp set Bone Appetite. She simply stamped the raven with a black Momento ink pad on the white gift bag and created an adorable tag by adding black craft feathers. How creative!!! We all loved it.
The kids are so excited to sprinkle their reindeer food on the lawn tonight. I made them for my kids and Anne gave them to each of her classmates at their Christmas party last Thursday.
I mixed oatmeal and sliver glitter and poured it in a plastic test tube. I made the “simple and easy” tag using the stamp set “Reindeer Food” from The Angel Company and tied it around the tube with red ribbon. I used red Stickles to make Rudolph’s nose shine.
If you haven’t already, you can quickly make this project. Put the reindeer food in a plastic baggy if you don’t have access to a tube.
I am featuring a guest artist today. She is my dear friend, Jennifer Edwards. This was my Christmas treat from her and with her permission I am sharing it with all of you. She simply stamped this cute treat bag with The Angel Company’s Snowman Natavity Stamp Set using Starry Night Palette ink, punched 2 holes near the top and added a ribbon. Then she filled them with Oreo Bon Bons and gave as Christmas treats. The Oreo Bon Bons she makes are so delicious. I think I’ll make some tonight. Check my Facebook page for the recipe.
Here is a small sneak peak at one of the four projects we will be doing at this month’s stamp camp.
I covered 2 miniatures candy bars with scrapbook paper from The Angel Company’s Gentle Beginnings Collection. I then tied a piece of embroidery floss around them and placed them in a small cello bag. I made the topper using white cardstock and a piece of paper from the same paper collection. I stamped “Sweets for my sweet” and the candy pieces from The Angel Company Stamp Set Little Cupcake on white cardstock and colored them with colored pencils. I adhered the candy pieces with Pop Dots to give them dimension.
It is a super easy project. You won’t want to miss out on all the fun next Tuesday, April 14th.
Here is another cute, free download from The Angel Company. The wrap fits perfectly around the new 3 pack Dove candy bars. I made and gave them away individually to my kids’ teachers and to co-workers. They make a simple, little holiday treat.
Click on this link to be directed to The Angel Company’s download page.