Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Valentines Chocolate Bunny Candy/Sucker holder

 

Hello crafty friends and Happy Tuesday to you all! Today's cute little pouch was designed for Kadoodle Bug Designs using the darling Chocolate Bunny SVG file, just love this little bunny. I also decorated some suckers to go inside this pouch. 


So for the pouch I just cut my design paper, this one is kinda thick, and then rolled it and used scor-tape to hold the ends together. Next I used scor-tape again along the bottom with some hot glue to hold it extra well. Then I used the pinking sheers along the bottom. Now for the band on the top, I used a Martha stewart punch and  ran that around the top part of the pouch. I then used an old bow die to add to the top. I also used a heart die on the center to place my little Chocolate bunny piece, and love this, super easy and fun to make for Valentines day. I've been working on some fun things to share and to gift to my grandkids, kids, and my mom for Valentines day this year. Hope you like!

Desing paper is oldie from American crafts
Bow die CC
punch Martha Stewart


Video https://youtu.be/Y-6IyFNRoEc

Thank you so much for stopping by and hope you have a lovely day!
hugs to all,
Cheryl

Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Knightly Kisses Treat bag

Hello everyone and happy Wednesday to you all! Today I have this darling Knightly Kisses Dragon treat bag I decorated for The Robins Nest Creative. Isn't he darling?

To Start

To start with I bought some of these bags from American crafts years ago in different colors, and they always work perfect for treat giving for different holidays. For my layering I used 3 different dies to cut out the brown, white heart, and then doily. I then used one of my SVG files from Kadoodle Bug Designs that I had already made up from last year and layered them all up on the front. Next I punched out the border with the hearts, and glued it on, and then glued on the ric rac to the top and added some bows. The little darling dragon is called Knightly Kisses. The ribbon I used is from Really Reasonable Ribbon and is a white satin. 

Decorating Valentines Treat Bag using Dew drops

I started with using the red dew drops by adding them to the border on the bottom of my treat bag, and glued them on using some art glitter glue. For the Dragon, I try to keep some of these made up and in a book so I can use when needed. I decided to use some pink dew drops on his toes, and then clear ones on the doily behind him. Next I chose to add some red dew drops to the white bows at the top, and glued them on usind hot glue, love how they look. Love using these for different projects and gifts, so much fun. Its nice to be able to make some quick and easy treats for the holidays.




 Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed my post for today!

hugs to all, Cheryl

Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Valentines Chocolate Kisses Fox

 
Hello crafty friends and happy Tuesday to you all! Today's Valentines confectionery treat bag was designed for Really Reasonable Ribbon using the gorgeous ribbons and embellishments. 



To start I used a die to cut out my confectionery bag, and then used some design paper to run across the center. Next I punched out a heart border and glued it down using scor-tape, and then added some of the beautiful Satin Swiss dot ribbon over the border. Next I added some heart shaped filigree die pieces, and my darling Valentine Chocolate Kisses Fox from Kadoodle Bug Designs. To finish off the front I added the pretty pink ribbon bow with a flower embellishment in the center, a heart embellishment to the top left corner, and then a wood heart with the xoxo heart. These are super fun to create and perfect little gifts to give.

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Thank you so very much for stopping by and have a lovely day!
hugs to all,
Cheryl

Saturday, January 14, 2023

Be Mine Valentine treats

Hello crafty friends and Happy Saturday to you all! Today I have these darling little sucker covers I made for The Robins Nest Creative using the beautiful assortment of dew drops. I do hope you enjoy my post for today!


To Start

To start with I bought some suckers from Homegoods for christmas and had lots left over and decided I would use these and make sucker covers to cover the fronts of them. I thought the grandkids wouldn't mind so I figured i would use what i have on hand to make these little sucker covers using dew drops. Next I punched out some scalloped circles in two different sizes, and circles using different colors and then grabbed some layered stickers that I have for valentine's day. I popped up each layer using foam tabs. I wanted to add some ribbons to each one and a little tag, so I then picked my ribbons and made bows for each , and then punced out a tag and stamped my sentiment and added more dew drops.

Decorating Sucker Covers using Dew drops

I started with using the red and pink dew drops for the Love sucker , and then also used some gold for the tag that is hanging. for the blue one I chose to use pink and then blue for the tag. Now in the center covering the red heart is a big clear dew drop and I love these too! Omgosh there are so many things you can use these for. love them! Then on the last one I used all red dew drops. Love using these for different projects and gifts, so much fun. Its nice to be able to make some quick and easy treats for the holidays.




Thank you so much for stopping by and hope you enjoyed my post for today. happy crafting to all

Hugs ,Cheryl

 

Friday, January 13, 2023

Really Reasonable Ribbon January blog hop

 
Welcome to "Really Reasonable Ribbon's  January” Blog Hop if you arrived here from Kathy's Blog you are on the right track. If not , you will want to head back to the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog that way you don't miss out on any of the FABULOUS Designs from the Design Team today! There is going to be lots of Beautiful projects to see today using the Sweetheart Ribbon Assortment, so I hope you Enjoy

Today's project is a treat holder for Valentines day. It holds 3 Ghirardelli chocolates. I started with a piece of card stock that measures 3 1/2" x 10 1/4" then score at 1" , 5 1/2, 6". then fold up at the bottom, and the fold down at the top scores. Next I cut out my design paper piece for the top and it measures 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" then cut a heart out of that using a die. Next I placed a light pink behind it using the 1/8" scor tape to hold it. Then attach the main front piece to the treat base using scor-tape. now I added some other hearts using foam tabs, and the gorgeous delicate satin from this months ribbon assortment to make my bow and add ribbon to the top folded piece. I tied my tag on using the twine.  I also used the pink twine, and then some Gabrielle Lace along the bottom. I lastly added a pearl shape heart to the top sticker heart.

Thank you so much for stopping by, and hope you enjoyed my Halloween Scare Bear card for today.

Your NEXT stop for today's hop is Bonnies Wonderful Blog!!!
Hugs to all,

Cheryl

Monday, January 9, 2023

Salon "Thank you"

 

Hello crafty friends and Happy Monday to you all! Today's card was designed for Really Reasonable Ribbon using the gorgeous 3/8" Plaid Ribbon Black Bold Check. Just love this ribbon with my card I made. 

For my card I chose to use the Salon Design paper pack called Salon from Echo Park. I figued it would be cute to use several of the patterns from this collection, super cute paper. I instantly thought of this beautiful bold black plaid I had, and thought it would look perfect with my card. Next I chose to add some flowers, and then I added my sentiment, and the scissors to the frame. On the corners I chose to use the dew drops, and lastly I added sewing to each layer. This card has lots of layers, oooo and I also did the inside as well. When adding the inside layer I did use scor-tape and also for the top main layer as well. I find that using the scor-tape I dont have any issues with them coming loose.

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Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful day!
Happy New Year too!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl



Wednesday, December 28, 2022

Its Party Time!

Hello crafty friends and Happy Wednesday to you all! So today's mini card was designed for The Robins Nest Creative using lots of dew drops. 

To begin I grab one of these bazzill mini card bases and then add my design paper. Next I wanted to add some ribbon, so I chose the black gingham ribbon and ran it across the bottom of my card. Nest I used a scalloped punch and punched out my red card stock. Then used a circle punch to punch the panda out of the coordinating design paper. I wanted to add lots of dew drops, so I added the colors to all the dots on the design paper using Red, Pink, Yellow, Blue, Purple dew drops. Lastly I added lots of pink ones around the scalloped edge.


I hope you enjoyed my short and sweet post for today, and wish you all a Happy New Year!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

 

Tuesday, December 27, 2022

TLC You make my heart dance


Hello crafty friends and Happy Tuesday to you all! I do hope you all had a very Merry Christmas! Today's card I'm sharing with you was designed using the darling Tiptoe Fairy Dance Stamp set. Just love this darling set, so many cute images in it. So for todays card I chose to use 2 of them.

To start with I chose the die set called Daisy Frame Die, and cut out all my layers using pink card stock and the beautiful Krafty & Sweet Design paper. Next I stampe my sentiment on the white card stock. My images were stamped and colored using copic markers and then I fussy cut them out to pop them off the front of my card. I wanted a clean and simple card as it always nice to be able to put some together quickly. As after the holidays I'm always pooped , hehehe anyways I did have fun putting this one together and hope you enjoyed my post for today. 




 Thank you so much for stopping by and have a lovely day!

Hugs to all, Cheryl

Friday, December 23, 2022

Merry Christmas Candy tag

Hello crafty friends and Happy Friday to you all! Today's Christmas Candy tag was designed for Really Reasonable Ribbon and also for my grandson. I will be adding this tag to one of his presents for Christmas. This is my last Christmas tag for the year. Hope you enjoy!

So for my tag base I just chose a spellbinders die shape that I like best for this darling dragon. I cut out one in red and one in white, and then stamped my sentiment in red ink on the white card stock. Super easy right?! Next I used the RRR Foam tabs to pop the white frame and then added my white paint dots. for the dragon I used an SVG cutting file, and had these put together from last year, so it was easy to just grab one and use. I did use several foam tabs layered on top of each other to pop him higher up so the sucker could slide in behind him. The suckers came from Walmart. Next I picked out 2 ribbons, and used the plaid christmas ribbon red and green in 5/8" and then the Checkerboard Satin in forest green 3/8", I just looped them both and hot glued to the back. I did staple them together first. Lastly I slide the sucker in and then used a foam tab to hold it in place. Love making these fun little tags for Christmas.

Thank you for stopping by and hope you enjoyed my tag for today! May you all have a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New year!

Hugs to all, Cheryl

Thursday, December 15, 2022

Christmas Candy Cane Holders

Hello Crafty friends and Happy Thursday to you all!  Today I have some fun Candy Cane Tags that I made for Christmas. I've been having so much fun creating different types of tags and treat holders for the holidays, love making these! Need a quick gift for a neighbor or co-worker, these would be perfect!

So to start with I grabbed a few tags from my stash that I had gotten from somewhere and covered them with Christmas design papers. Next I added my Ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon to create a bow and tie. I ended up using the Plaid Ribbon Christmas Red and Green in 5/8". Love this beautiful ribbon and makes gorgeous bows. Now I used my craft knife to make some cuts in the tag to hold the candy cane in place. 
SNOWMAN-
Now for the snowman I used punches to create him, and I did cut his hat by hand. I also added some of the same ribbon to create his scarf, and then used the 3/8" Poppy red checkerboard Satin ribbon for his hat. Next I added a snowflake to his hat, as I thought it would be so darling. for his face I used some dew drops, and also for his buttons. The nose was cut by hand and then I added his mouth. Lastly I added some white paint pen marks around the black scallops.  I did add a poinsettia embellishment and a Merry Christmas tag. 
Monkey tag-
I did the same with the tag for this one, and then added my KaDoodle Bug SVG Santa Monkey that I had cut on my cricut and then distressed and put together. Lastly on both tags I added the Merry Christmas sticker that I placed on the red scallop circle using foam tabs.

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Thank you for stopping by and I sure hope you enjoyed my post for today!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl