Today’s Stamping Sunday Blog Hop is all about designing with Designer Paper. How fun! The Heartwarming Hugs Designer Paper speaks to me, because I love traditional, red & green for Christmas. And, the super good news is that it’s on sale, 15% off during the month of October. You can see the details below.
The Little Treat Box is cute inside and out, because of the beautiful pattern on both sides of the paper. I used a 6″ X 7″ piece of DSP, because I wanted the checks to be straight, but the die fits at an angle on 6″ X 6″ paper.
The great thing about this Little Treat Box Die is that it does all the cutting and scoring for you, making it a cinch to put together. After rolling through the Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine, just fold on the score lines, insert the two tabs, tie a bow at the top, and you’re done.
I tied the Little Treat Box at the top with Red Braided Linen Trim, which happens to be my October gift (details below).
If you want it to stay together after opening, just add a few tiny dots of glue on the tabs and sides.
I’m just imagining all the uses: place settings, ornaments, gift holders for chocolate, coins, or even better, rolled up paper money.
It’s fun to pair the Little Treat Box with a card to match. I used the Pine Tree Punch to cut three trees from three different patterns of Heartwarming Hugs Designer Paper, backed them with cardstock for thickness, and placed them on Dimensionals.
The curved snowbank was created with a new Curvy Die, which cut Whisper White Cardstock (5 1/4″ X 4″) in two pieces. I’m just giving you a “sneak peek,” because this die won’t be available for customers until November 3rd. However, if you’d like to join my Dream Makers Team, you can put the Curvy Bundle in your Starter Kit!
I embossed the top half with the Winter Snow Embossing Folder, and glued the two pieces to a Mossy Meadow card base, 8 1/2″ X 5 1/2″, folded at 4 1/4″.
“Ho Ho Ho, Merry Christmas” is from the Little Treats Stamp Set, stamped in Real Red Ink, and cut with a Little Treat Box Die. Aren’t the scalloped sides cute?
The papers look so pretty together, I decorated the envelope with an additional pattern. After gluing a section of Designer Paper (5 3/4″ X 2 1/4″) to the flap, I used the flap as a guide for my scissors.
For more inspiration, the Stamping Sunday designers are excited to share their ideas with you. Clicking on their names will take you to their blogs.
My October Host Code Gift
Add my Host Code (TGDPKUE3) in the box provided when you order a minimum of $50.00 in the month of October, and I will send the Red Braided Linen Trim to you in November.
My October Drawing Prize
This month’s drawing will be 100 pieces of retired, Christmas/Holiday Designer Paper, cut into convenient 6X6″ squares. Your name will be entered in the drawing when you place a minimum $100 order in October.
You can click on my shop button, or the pictures in my Product List, to go to my store. Have fun filling your shopping bag! I’ll announce the winner November 1st.
Speaking of Designer Paper, a selection of Stampin’ Up’s current Designer Paper is 15% off for the month of October. Instead of $11.50, you will pay $9.78. Clicking on the pictures below gives you a close-up view. Stock up now!
If you’d like to join my Dream Makers Team, click here:
Thank you for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!
Fab projects Su. Great use of the dsp patterns
This is “snow” much fun, Su! Love the mix of patterns and the envelope is the perfect added detail. Love it!
Thanks Liz! So glad you like it!
Two adorable projects Su!
Thank you Cheryll!
What a pretty Christmas card! Those trees are so cute cut from the designer paper.
Thanks you Sara!
Love both your projects Su! I especially love the curvy snow bank on your card, what a great idea!!!