Welcome to March’s Stamp ‘n Hop Blog Hop. This month is all about Fun Folds! I love different folds for cards. It makes them more unique.
The card fold I made today isn’t new but it is a stunning fun fold. It’s called a step fold I think. I had made a few of these in the past and still love it today.
I’ve used the Flowers for Every Season Designer Series Paper and the sentiment comes from the stamp set, Peaceful Moments.
The measurements are pretty easy but the trick is to only score part way and cut part way. I used my Stampin’ Trimmer to measure and cut. The cardstock is 4 1/4″ x 11″. I’ve provided a template. Hope this helps. It’s easier than trying to explain.
Thank you for hopping along with me today. Up Next is Sue Allen. I’m looking forward to all the inspiration from everyone.
Good Morning friends! Welcome to the Stampin’ Dreams Blog Hop for March. You are visiting Jenn Charles and I hope you are enjoying hopping through all the blogs today and getting ideas on Anything OTHER than a card!
I was trying to come up for an idea for Stamp Camp this weekend because we are making an Easter card and treat holder and I saw these little baskets all over Pinterest and had to make one of my own. They are so simple! I’m using up the last of my Berry Blessing DSP to show this project because I am giving a bunch away at my Bingo and I wanted to give ideas to those of you who are hoarding it…lol.
I cut the strawberry and flower straight from the DSP. They are so cute. The sentiment comes from the Sweet Strawberry stamp set.
This little basket is really so so simple! I made this one using a 6×6 piece of cardstock scored at 2 and 4 inches on both sides. I then had 9 equal squares and cut on 2 sides. Then I matched the corners together and viola! My handle is cut at 3/4″x6″. I really hope you try this basket for Easter.
Thank you for visiting me today. I really do hope you hop along to everyone and check out lots of inspiration. Everyone is so talented! Your BFF, Jenn
Welcome to the Crafty Collaboration, Technique Tuesday Blog Hop. Today’s technique is with ribbon. I’m not a big ribbon user other than the occasional bow so this was out of my comfort zone. I looked up a lot of different techniques and had fun but this one was my favorite.
I learned how to make this beautiful ribbon tie on youtube. I’ve posted the link here if you’d like to learn also. She makes it super easy.
I used the Blackberry Bliss striped ribbon that matches perfectly with the Ice Cream Corner designer series paper in the coordinating suite. I die cut all the paper with the Stitched Rectangles. Such a simple card with a dramatic ribbon design…lol.
Hop along today with the rest of the participants to get other ideas on how to creatively use ribbon. Stampin’ Up! ribbon always coordinates with our colored cardstock and other accessories.
Thank you for stopping by! Your BFF, Jenn
UPCOMING EVENTS (RSVP on FB or email at email@example.com): For any of these events, if you purchase $44 instead of the minimum for the class, you will be entered into the giveaway.
Stamp Camp – March 13th – 6 p.m.-9 p.m. – Sew Easy Studio & March 14th – 1 p.m.-4 p.m. – Sew Easy Studio RSVP by March 11th so I can prep a kit. Cost is $20 or FREE with a $30 order.
Online Stampin’ Bingo – March 19th – 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m. RSVP by March 10th so I can mail you out your cards. More details on FB at BFF Stampers. Cost is $25 online order. Use the hostess code: Shop HERE
Birthday Bonanza Card Class – March 27th – 7 p.m.-9 p.m. – Sew Easy Studio This is an advanced card class. More details online on FB at BFF Stampers. RSVP by March 25th so I can prep the kit. Cost is $20.
Welcome to March’s Global Stamping Friends blog hop! Today we are focusing on Sweets & Treats. Yum…chocolate! LOL. Is there any other sweets I’d consider? Yes, I love all candy! But the Nothing’s Better Than Bundle is a must have for sweets and treat boxes.
I had been wanting to make this box style for a long time now. The directions and box came from The Paper Pixie. She has a fantastic video tutorial on YouTube. Click here to watch it.
The designer series paper I’ve used is going to be in the 2021 Annual Catalog. It’s the 2020-2022 In-Color Designer Series Paper. It was available as a pre-order for me as a demo or you could get it free if you signed up as a demonstrator during Sale-A-Bration. So consider this a sneak peek! Isn’t it perfect for the chocolate though?
It holds 3 pieces of Ghiradelli chocolate and 5 nuggets. I’ve wrapped them to match because it’s more fun but you don’t have to. I’ve chosen gold wrapped candy to match. I used a mini magnet to hold it closed attached with a glue dot.
Thank you for hopping along with me today. Up Next is Jan Musselman.