Hello my dear crafty friends! It has been such a great week here in the USA! Oh my, I almost hugged the Customs Boarder Security guy when he stamped my passport and welcomed me home! It is wonderful. I have a few photos below to share with you!
Today, Grace and Marzena are here sharing two gorgeous projects with us! Grace is up first with lovely gift boxes. Next up is Marzena with a lovely butterfly project. Here’s Grace sharing her cute gift bags!
Hi there Inspired By Stamping friends. Grace here to share with you one of my favorite ways to share my love for papercrafting. One of the super easy way for me to share my love for all things stamping and paper is to package sweet treats with them. I cut the papers for the treat box using my Silhouette Cameo and then I added some beautiful stamped images along with the circle die from the Fancy label dies 3 set plus a ribbon from the IBS store.
I decided to cut out a circle from the center of the box and then covered the spot with vellum so that when I fill these with sweet treats, some parts of the dessert will peek out.
I combined the label die along with a sentiment from the Petite Banners set for my title.
I decided to add the floral image from the Fancy Labels 3 set. I colored it with some markers and then adhered it just over the circle cut.
I hope my project inspires you to bust out those papers and stamps and create some pretty packaging for your treats made in the kitchen.
Fancy Labels dies 3, Inspired By Stamping
Sage ribbon, Inspired By Stamping
Others: Pattern Papers, Vellum, Die cut machine, Adhesive
Next up is Marzena with a beautiful butterfly project! Her project is so amazing featuring our Fancy Labels 2 Die and Everyday Sentiments stamp set! Here is Marzena!
Hi there everyone, Marzena here!
Today I am sharing with you a mini album/book (still have no name for it) made with a very thick kraft cardboard. Love the retro/vintage and natural look of it.
Whole the thing was cut off with the largest die cut from Fancy Labels 2 Die.
Every page is stamped with the small flower taken from Flower of the Month: Sweet Pea making a frame on the edges. I didn’t colored it because just wanted to keep it simple, brown and black.
Every page is stamped with different sentiment from the amazing Everyday Greetings stamp set. I just love it.
There are more photos on my blog, I’d love to see you there
Hope you like it and feel a little bit inspired!
See you soon!
A special thank you to Marzena and Grace today for creating such gorgeous projects with us!
A few of my lovely friends have sent emails asking how we are doing and I thought I’d share a few photos of our week.
We arrived Monday night, after 29 1/2 hours of flying. The kids did amazing. There were lots of hugs and tears when we arrived. I don’t think I wanted to let go of my Mom and Dad. We have enjoyed swimming, Craig Cruisers and lots of chatting and good food! There is nothing like Mom’s cooking! LOL!
On our way! Sitting in Brisbane airport ready for our 13 1/2 hour flight to LA!
The gorgeous Big Red Lighthouse in Holland, Michigan.
My Dad bought Lizzi the biggest bag of Pistachios that he could find at Sam’s Club! She’s so happy!
On my parents boat with the family on Lake Michigan. So wonderful to be home with my family! xxx