Happy Friday! Any crafty plans this weekend? We have so gorgeous inspirations from Mynnette and Calypso today! They are truly inspiring!

We begin today with amazing band-aid box! Wow! How cool is this with a coordinating card?! Here is Mynnette with her project!

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Hi, friends!  It’s time for me to share another creation using products from Inspired By Stamping!  Today I have a fun project to share with you–it’s a Band Aid box decorated to hold some tiny note cards that coordinate with the box.  Come and take a look!

Inspired by Stamping, Mynnette Kitchen, Spring Lilacs paper pad, Everyday Greetings stamp set, Band-Aid box, thank you card

I started by covering the box with paper from the Spring Lilacs paper pad and then adding a sentiment from the Lily of the Valley stamp set.  Some punches leaves and flowers with pearl centers accent the sentiment along with some faux stitching.

Inspired by Stamping, Mynnette Kitchen, Spring Lilacs paper pad, Everyday Greetings stamp set, Band-Aid box, thank you card

I added a bunch of different purple and green ribbons to the handle of the box just to add some whimsy and a bit more flair, too.

Inspired by Stamping, Mynnette Kitchen, Spring Lilacs paper pad, Everyday Greetings stamp set, Band-Aid box, thank you card

Next, I turned to the little note cards.  I chose a houndstooth patterned paper from the same Spring Lilacs paper pad as the box.  I added a portion of a sentiment from the Everyday Greetings set and then some punches leaves and a tiny flower with a pearl center.

Inspired by Stamping, Mynnette Kitchen, Spring Lilacs paper pad, Everyday Greetings stamp set, Band-Aid box, thank you card

Quite a few of these little notes fit into the box–it’s the perfect little gift to give for almost any reason!  I think it would make a very sweet teacher gift! That’s all for me today!  I hope you like my project and that you hop over to the Inspired By Stamping store to grab these goodies today!   HUGS and happy stamping to you all!

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Spring Lilacs Paper Pad

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Lily of the Valley Stamp Set

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Everyday Greetings Stamp Set

Next up is the talented designer Calypso!

Calypso here with you today, to share a complete gift giving idea.  I created this entire set I am about to share with you, using just one stamp set.  Yes, just ONE!!!

For my project today I used Spring Lilacs stamp set and Spring Lilacs paper pad.  I love creating unique gifts to give loved ones and friends. I know I am going to have a hard time parting with this one!!  🙂

The gift bag has been stamped with Versamark embossing ink using the pretty scroll in the set.  Take a closer look at the tissue paper.  I used the scripted stamp and Antique Linen to stamp on the tissue paper. Since I love the Spring Lilacs  paper so much and have lots of bits and pieces from previous projects.   The banner was created using the new Fancy Labels 3 die set and inked the edges with Walnut Distress ink.

 

I LOVE this tag!!  🙂  I stamped the bird ob transparency paper and embossed in gold embossing powder.  Once it cooled I trimmed it out and laid it between two heavy books, just so it would uncurl.  I then created a nest out of my personal stash.  I have two Lady Gouldians, so the supply was readily available! 🙂 I added to pearls, to make them look like eggs.

 

The frame is the final idea and my favorite.  Again, using only scraps of the Spring Lilacs paper I had handy, coloring all the edges with distress ink, before adhering to the frame with Mod Podge paste.I then decorated the inner lip of the frame with pearls, which were individually put into place.

So I hope you have enjoyed my project today.

Here is a complete product list of the IBS products I used:

Spring Lilacs Stamp 

Spring Lilacs Paper Pad

Fancy Labels 3 Die

Hugs.

We hope you have a fantastic weekend! We will be back here on Monday with lots of creative ideas! Have a wonderful Friday Friends! With paper hugs, Joanna xx

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