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Showing posts with label stamping up. Show all posts

September 12, 2017

Spooky Cat Halloween Pizza Boxes

Hello and Happy Tuesday! It's been a crazy day and I was running behind this morning, so my apologies for posting so late this evening. I really do try to make sure it's the first thing I do in the morning but well, my morning ran away from me, then I had to head out for work soooo, here are I and I have a really cute little project for you. I really do love these mini Pizza Boxes from Stampin' Up! They are just the cutest. And what's more, is although they are white, you can so easily change up the color with a little ink and some Stampin' Sponges.
Take a look;
I just love the cat punch too. And the Basic Rhinestone jewel collar just pops, don't you think? I know it's hard to tell in the photo, but I did sponge the mini Pizza Box with Black Archival ink. Check out the video below and while you're there, please subscribe to my channel. I would really appreciate it if you did.
Below is a list of materials I used in this project, just click the links to pick up this awesomeness to create your own. These are perfect for the small individual packs of Candy Corn or a cookie. If you enjoyed today's project let me know in the comments below and feel free to join my mailing list for more just like this along with staying up to date with all of the Kreative Heart Happenings.
Happy Stamping, 

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Basic Black Archival Stampin’ Pad
Stamping Sponges
Mini Pizza Boxes
Tangerine Tango 8-1/2" X 11" Card Stock
Daffodil Delight 8-1/2" X 11" Card Stock
Basic Black 8-1/2" X 11" Card Stock
Cat Punch
Layering Circle Framelits Dies
Rhinestone Basic Jewels
Stampin' Dimensionals

September 7, 2017

Colorful Seasons for Fall

Good morning and Happy Thursday! It really is beginning to look a lot like Fall around here so I thought today I would share with you a quick and very easy card with you that uses very few of your stamping resources, yet packs a whole lot of PUNCH!



Colorful Seasons


Whisper White


Pumpkin Pie
Cajun Craze
Chocolate Chip


Clear Wink of Stella
Jute Twine
Seasonal Layers Thinlits
Stampin' Sponges
Glue Dots
Fast Fuse
Post-It Notes for mask


Begin with a half sheet of Whisper White Cardstock folded in half (8 .5" x 5.5") and mask off the left side of the front panel of the card base protecting the back of the cardbase and the right front leaving an area of approximately 2" of white space (this really isn't important, leave open what you think will look good for your taste). Once masks are in place, using a piece of Stampin' Sponge, swirl on Pumpkin Pie ink, begin swirling color onto the mask working your way onto the cardbase, this will prevent the color from being applied to heavy handed (it's far easier to add color than it is to take it away), then using the same technique, add Cajun Craze followed by a little of the Chocolate Chip. Go easy on the Chocolate Chip, you just want a little to accent the piece. Go ahead and add a little more Pumpkin Pie and remove the mask.
Using the left over Whisper White, stamp 3 solid leaves using the "Rock n Roll" technique. To do this, pick up Pumpkin Pie ink with the solid stamp, then carefully "roll" the edges of the stamp over the Cajun Craze ink and stamp onto the cardstock. Do this for a total of 3 leaves. Then, using the leaf image with veins, stamp over the leaves with the Chocolate Chip. Die cut the leaves with the Big Shot and coat with Clear Wink of Stella. Apply to card front with Fast Fuse, tie a bow with the Jute Twine and add to card over leaf stems with a glue dot. 

I hope you enjoy this card and give it a try for yourself. It's quick and it's simple and it really packs some wow! To purchase the products used in this card, just use the links below. Thank you for taking the time to hang out with me for a few. 
Happy Stamping!

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September 1, 2017

The Holiday Catalog is officially LIVE! New Host Promotion too!

Hello and TGIF! Wow, the holiday catalog has finally gone live! Can you believe it? Well, in addition to the catalog going live, Stampin' Up! has introduced an exclusive stamp set just for hostesses that have at least $300 in orders! This stamp set is awesome!

Just look at these amazing samples from Stampin' Up! And wait until you see what some of our Artisan Team members have been up to with this great set. But, if you would like your own set, gather a few of your friends for a fun evening of stamping, get $300 in orders and this set is all yours and that is on top of your Stampin' Rewards! If you are not local to me, we can do a Facebook party for you. Just reach out to me and let me know what would work for you. Lets get this awesome stamp set into your hands. This promotion last only until October 31st so don't wait!
Happy Stamping!

August 29, 2017

Spooky Cat Pizza Box

Hello and Happy Tuesday! I know, this week is off to a bumpy start and well today won't be any different. Let's just say, I am soooo grateful for my crafty friends and the solace of my craft room because my real job is testing my strength and resilience. Now don't get me wrong, I love my real job of Clinical Informatics; however, whenever there is an implementation of brand new can rest assured there is going to be something you discover that doesn't work as it should and it doesn't matter how much testing you did before go-live...well today is the day. We go live with our brand new Emergency Room documentation fingers crossed all goes well and those things you know are going to go wrong aren't anything too difficult to overcome....Is it too late to go back to bed? Ok, well enough about all that.
Today, I have a cute little treat box for you using the new stamp set, Spooky Cat that goes live Friday! Anyone else doing the happy dance? I know that I am. Anyway, I used the coordinating DSP, Spooky Night and stamped the cute little owl onto the tree branch over the moon and cut it into a 3" square. I layered it onto a piece of Basic Black cardstock cut 3.25" square and adhered it to the pizza box top.To complete it, I took a strand of the mini black sequins and added to the top with a glue dot and then tied a bow using the beautiful black crochet trim and added that also with a glue dot. I then stamped the Happy Halloween in Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock cut .5" x 3" and bannered one end and slipped it under the crochet trim with a glue dot.

I thought this came out so cute and it was really easy to make.. It would make a great treat box for the small packages of candy corn or a few small snack size Hershey bars. Let me know what you think in the comments below. Now, I have just one other it just me, or does anyone else think of Phoebe on the '90's show Friends and her song, "Smelly Cat" every time you say Spooky Cat? Please tell me I'm not alone here!
And don't forget, today is Tuesday for Tips! Here is a quick video on how to clean and keep clean your Stampin' Scrub.
 I hope you find this helpful.
Happy Stamping,

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August 24, 2017

Quick, Easy and Adorable Fall Treat Holder

Good Morning and Happy Thursday! I hope you're all having a fantastic day.
Today I want to share with you an easy, quick and absolutely adorable treat holder perfect for a Fall occasion.
This little treat holder was pretty easy to make, using the Wood Crate die and some Crumb cake cardstock. To begin, I cut 2 pieces of of the Wood Crate out of Crumb cake cardstock and put them together creating the crate. To determine the size for the rest of the treat holder, I measured the base of the crate and came up with 1.5" x 3.25" and used those measurements to determine the remainder of the treat holder. Using those measurements, I cut a 12" x 12" piece of Crumb cake cardstock 3.25" x 12" and scored it at 5.25" and 6.75" and adhered the base of the crate between the two score lines. I then folded the ends up and placed them together and using the Classic Label punch, I punched the "handles".
I then created a belly band using a 12" x 12" piece of the Painted Autumn DSP cut 1.75" x 8" and wrapped around the bottom portion of the treat holder and adhered with Fast Fuse. I punched a scrap piece of Daffodil Delight with the Daisy Punch x 2 and sponged the petals with the Daffodil Delight ink and a sponge dauber and put them together and added a piece of Early Espresso punched at .75" to the center. I added this to the treat holder with a Dimensional. and stamped the greeting from the Seasonal Lantern stamp set (available September 1st) with Early Espresso ink onto a piece of Very Vanilla cut 0.5" x 3.75" and bannered the ends with my paper snips and added it to the treat holder with Stampin' Dimensionals. To finish the project off, I used a added some Bulls-eye Caramels (a favorite in our house) to a cello bag and placed into my crate, and to tie the handles, I used a piece of the .25" Copper Trim and frayed it out a bit (I think next time, I will pull it and fray it before I tie it) 
And that completes today's project. I really hope you enjoyed it. Please leave a comment below and let me know your thoughts. If you would like to see more from Kreative Heart and would like to receive free tutorials straight to your inbox, then join my mailing list. In the meantime, have an amazing day and I will see you next time.
Happy Stamping, 

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