Welcome to the last Thailand Incentive Trip Achievers Blog Hop. Our theme this month is Holiday Catalog Favorites! I'm so excited about all of the AMAZING ideas you are about to see! It is so fun to be a part of this International Blog Hop – even though many of us live far apart we are all passionate about paper crafting and love to share!
You may be starting the hop here at my blog – Susan Campfield or may have come from the person previous to me in the list. If you get off track at any time, the full lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you see all the projects. At the moment you are visiting Susan Campfield.
Seasonal Chums is my favorite Holiday Catalog bundle at the moment! Love the versatility of this set and all of the fun projects you can make with it! The best part is the stamps have the front side….
…and the backside so that you can decorate both sides of the project! These are the Teeny Tiny Treat bags that I shared a couple of weeks ago on my blog. The Halloween "kitty in a pumpkin" in the center I made into a Taller Teeny Tiny Treat bag.
I colored the snowman with Stampin' Write markers. Real Red, Old Olive, Tangerine Tango, Smoky Slate, and shaded the project with Soft Sky.
The box was made with the Quilted Christmas designer series paper – love that flannel look with the snowman!
Cute little bunny butt on the backside of the project! Inside the box is a single Rolo. The Teeny Tiny Treat boxes were inspired by Dee Slater.
I made the Halloween box taller, see the dimensions below. The cat image is preprinted on the Spooky Night Designer Series paper, you just punch it out with the cat punch.
The box is also made from the Spooky Night paper.
The Jack-o-lantern was stamped in Archival Black ink on Shimmery White card stock and watercolored with the Aqua Painter. I used Pumpkin Pie and Old Olive ink refills to color the project. The cat in the pumpkin idea was inspired by Amy McNeil.
The reindeer was also watercolored with the Aqua Painter – see the supplies for the exact colors that I used!
The box was made from the Christmas Around the World Designer Series paper.
For a video tutorial and written directions for the snowman and the reindeer boxes, visit this post.
This photo shows how to cut the tabs and the bottom section with a different version of the box that I shared a few weeks ago. The "cat in a pumpkin" taller teeny tiny treat bag is 4" x 6", all other directions are the same. Click on the photo above to see the directions.
Thanks hopping with us!! You are currently at Susan Campfield's blog, check the list below for the next amazing idea! Happy paper crafting!
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