3-D Items, Demonstrator Meeting, Photopolymer, Valentine's Day

All My Love – Door Prize

Happy Hump day, we are half way to the weekend! At last Saturday’s meeting, there was a door prize drawing. If you bring a door prize then you receive a door prize! It was so simple and hard not to participate!

This was my door prize made with the All My Love Suite found on pages 4-5 of the Occasions Catalog.

Here is the door prize that I choose when my number was called.

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Be Mine Swap


This past Saturday I was in Phoenix attending the OnStage event that Stampin’ Up! is now offering to align globally with all of the SU! locations.  This is a jacked-up version of what SU! used to host called Regionals.  While attending any SU! event, swapping is always fun to meet new people and get new ideas.  This was my swap card.  I did not want to do a Christmas card as that holiday will be here before you know it!


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My Valentine

Here is my Valentine card I made for my daughter with just enough bling.  This card uses a few of my favorite products…Blushing Bridge Glimmer Paper and the Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack.  Do you have a favorite item or two?


3-D Items, Photopolymer, Valentine's Day

Valentine Mini Pizza Box

This is a great project as you can fill it with a few chocolates as I have or you can fill it with four 3″ x 3″ Valentine’s Day cards with matching envelopes.  How fun is that?




  1. Cut a piece of 4″ of ribbon and adhere to the center of a 3″ x 3″ piece of DSP.  Adhere DSP square to section “A”
  2. Decorate the top of the pizza box and adhere with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  3. Assemble pizza box, adhering the side flaps (marked “B” in the template below) with Tear & Tape.
  4. Fill with snack sized candy or mini cards.  Viola…you’re done!

Click on the file below for the Valentine Mini Pizza Box template.

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Valentine Cello Window Treat Pouch

Here is a super quick Valentine’s Day treat to hand out to your co-workers or maybe for your child’s classroom.  The DSP that was used in this project is offered as one of many products that you can get for FREE. It’s simple – one free product for every $50 you spend (before tax and shipping).




  1. Trim the cello bag so that it is 4-1/2″ high.  Fill it with candy so that the height if the candy in the bag is no more than about 2-1/4″ high and about 1/2″ wide.  Fold the top of the cello bag over several times and secure closed with Tear & Tape.  Set aside for now.
  2. Score your 3-1/8″ x 6-1/2″ DSP as directed by the template below.  Place Tear & Tape as indicated by the red and blue lines on the template.
  3. Slide the front panel of the DSP into the Sweetheart Punch as far as it goes.  Center it between both sides and punch out a heart.
  4. Stick the treat filled cello bag to the Tear & Tape on the back panel.
  5. Peel the backing off the Tear & Tape on the outer narrow panel.  Fold it inwards and stick it to the inside of the bottom of the front panel.
  6. Slide a piece of 8″ satin ribbon through the heart window (on the right side) and tie it in a knot.  Trim the end pieces.
  7. Stamp a greeting a piece of scrap cardstock and punch it out with the Word Window punch and adhere to the bottom right of the pouch.  Punch out a small heart with the Itty Bitty Accents Punch with another scrap piece of cardstock.  Adhere with a Stampin’ Dimensional and add a small rhinestone jewel.  Viola…you’re done!

Click on the file below for the Valentine Cello Window Treat Pouch template.

Valentine Cello Window Treat Pouch

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Love You

I spent the day yesterday sequestered in my craft room making several Valentine’s Day projects to share with you over the next few weeks.  Today’s card is a CASE from Trayce Bauer.  Her design wasn’t a card but instead she created a liner with this design and placed it inside a clear box.  I just took her idea and made it into a card instead.  It was a perfect day to spend the day crafting while we had a good rain storm pass through.  What do you do while it is raining?



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