October is here, ya’ll. IT’S HERE. Ready or not. So, today is to help you get ready.
This is a super fast little project to get those favors made for the kids’ classes. And, the pencils? Target Dollar Spot. The most amazing place in the world.
This favor uses the fabulous new glassine bags from Stampin’ Up! They are food safe, but I decided to be nice to ALL the innocent and not give candy. 🙂
The mummy couldn’t be easier. Stamp, punch, done. I chose it specifically because it didn’t need coloring or anything but you could do that if you wanted. There are other cute images in this Cookie Cutter Halloween stamp set, but we were totally going for fast and mass-production. Add some googly eyes (or not) and the little binder clip (another fabulous new SU product) some paper scraps and you are DONE! The sentiment is from Spooky Fun. It’s a cute and perfect little set to keep to use every year. Cute words and images that will coordinate for every Halloween.
I saw on someone’s pinterest making the little pumpkin out of a circle punch, the jack-o-lantern face and a stapled piece of the kraft rope trim. JUST LOVE IT. Could make millions of jack-o-lanterns. And WAY less messy than carving one.
Quick. Get some made today cause it’s coming… the end of October is coming… fast.
I needed some gifties for Isaac’s classmates. But, as usual, not much time to get them made. So. Target and SU! To the rescue!
Target had these super cute kisses wrapped like Santa hats. And I knew IR would be perfect for this stamp and these tags! And the Santa hat is made using the tree punch (folded over) the 1/4″ circle punch and the word window punch (out of red and dazzling details glimmer paper….cause of COURSE, Santa would have glitter.)
I tied them up with the old olive twine (retired but still on the clearance rack…and amazingly priced). And, I made Isaac sign them all…. : )
How cute is that??!!
Well…. Here’s to the Christmas prepping… Be sure to slow down and enjoy!
Hello MARCH! What a glorious little birdie to welcome March!
These stamp are all from a hostess stamp set called “Hello Love”. It’s one of my favorites. And, for those of you buried in snow, it’s a good little reminder that spring is on it’s way. Here on Maui, we had a bout of winter weather today. Our winter weather. (It rained all day). I do love Maui winters.
Head on over to see what Anne and Cheryl did for you!!
I needed a birthday gift. But it had to be a stampin’ birthday gift cause it was for a stampin’ friend…
And I had just received my new Spring Occasions Catalog worth of stuff so, I thought I’d play around…
Here’s the card:
The words for this card are from the Celebrate Today stamp set. I love layering them one on top of each other…
Sorry, but I cut the flowers. They’re from the Best Day Ever Salebration Stamp Set (which is FREE with a $50 purchase). And, do you notice the little heart?? It fits PERFECT in the scallop border punch.
For the gift, I just got a gift card, which is a universal delight. But, to jazz it up a bit, I made a gift card envelope with the gift card framelit (which is still available, btw). And, I wanted to present it in something special… so I put together the berry basket. IT IS SUPER CUTE. LOVE THE BASKET (and stay tuned, there will be more baskets in the future). The DSP used here is also the SAB Best Year Ever DSP…
So, there… The birthday Basket.
You know you want one… 🙂
Wow. It’s been a full 12 months. Time sure flies!! This month features my absolute favorite stamp set that was released last year… Endless Wishes. WHICH, I AM HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE, IS AVAILABLE THIS YEAR AS WELL!!
It’s such an easy set to use! and, even though the images are snowflakes, I’m learning you don’t have to do them in traditional snowflake colors. Which is fortunate, cause it does seem strange doing snowflakes when the outside temperature is a frigid 80.
The other thing I like about this stamp set is the choice of words that come with it. There are many greeting type words that come in a mix of the cursive and typewritten fonts. They work VERY well on tags or other small items–independently of the snowflakes. So, it is a great Christmas Set investment. Now, if you know me, you know that I typically sell all my retired sets. My stampin’ space just doesn’t allow for me to keep every stamp set that I’ve ever had. But, I can honestly say, this is one set I will probably hang on to. Yes. I like it THAT much.
December means it’s that time to start thinking about next year… and a new calendar! So… stay tuned to the blog… I will announce when I will have my annual Easel Calendar Class so you can come and make your own set of beautiful calendar pages… AND, we will feature them again on the first of every month next year as well!! Thanks for checking in!!
Head over to see what Anne and Cheryl have for you!
For the craft fair tomorrow! I wanted to share a few last minute things before I finish loading…
The 2015 Calendar!
Its finally here…. And with a little more than a month left in 2014, it will be making its debut soon. These are good little gifts because with the available refills, you don’t have to come up with any more gift ideas…
And… I have a few fun family items…
A couple different sets of conversation starters to use at the dinner table and a set of Christmas oriented family activities to welcome the holidays!
And… Little favors for the family or classmates… These are M&M and sixlets sleeves and See’s candy lollipop reindeer! Mix and match them!
See you tomorrow! Remember, everything there is Made on Maui!
It’s 10:45…. I’m still within Thursday. So, I’m not late. But, I wanted to share with you some of the most requested items I will have on Saturday.
First up: Car Trash Bags.
These have, by far, been one of my best selling items. They’re a little trash bag that can hang from the head rest in your car. The inside is a laminated canvas so it is easy to wipe out.
They don’t just have to be for trash…. They make a nice catch-all for books, crayons, etc for the children too..
Second up is the Mason Jar Cookie Bar Mix:
These great jars have the dry ingredients to make delicious chocolate chip bars FAST. Cause who wants to wait for chocolate chip cookies? They come with an instruction card with the wet ingredients to add… And a few short minutes later: deliciousness.
I wanted to also show you a guest crafter’s items… My mom. She isn’t a paper crafter but a fabric crafter. And I’m not sure there isn’t anything she can’t sew… Case in point… The best, cutest, cross-body, perfect Vegas traveling bag.
These bags are super cute and cheery. They are just the right size…not too big or too small. They have three pockets on the wall in the inside… Perfect for your phone. A button closure completes them. She only made a few of these…so don’t be late…