Monday, July 19, 2010

Bath Set Tin and Card

Yet another class I created for the Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Class Ideas Challenge in 2009. The stipulations for this months contest, use items from the new Occasions Mini Catalog. I chose the A Great Friend stamp set.

It was not a winner, but was published on the Demonstrator only web site with several others. I kept on trying - and having fun coming up with ideas to share !

This class idea was to show how easy it is to decorate items found at dollar stores then create a matching card for a quick, inexpensive gift.


The first project I submitted to these challenges was the candy bar wrap/gift card holder I posted here; the second project was the A Happy Heart card and treat bag posted here; the third project was the Dream A Little Shadowbox posted here; the fourth project was two cards posted here; todays posting is the fifth project I submitted; the sixth and final project I submitted was the Bella Pets Scrapbook Wall Art project that I posted here.


SUPPLIES:
Great Friend stamp set
Stems & Silhouettes Jumbo Stampin’ Around wheel
Bashful Blue and Whisper White card stock: full 8‐1/2" x 11" sheet
Bashful Blue Classic Stampin’ Pad
Whisper White jumbo Stampin’ Around cartridge
Dazzling Diamonds Stampin’ Glitter
Whisper White 5/8" satin ribbon: 1 yard
2‐Way Glue Pen
SNAIL Adhesive
Glue Dots
Powder Pals
Horizontal Slot punch
Paper Snips
White tissue paper
Container: small dollar store type of item







A Great Friend Card
1. Cut Whisper White card stock in half along 8‐1/2" side. Fold in half.
2. Cut a piece of Bashful Blue card stock 4" x 5‐1/4".
3. Stamp butterfly, frame, and saying in Bashful Blue ink on portion of the Whisper White card stock.
4. Cut out frame and butterfly.
5. Use the 2‐Way Glue Pen to apply Dazzling Diamonds Stampin’ Glitter to white floral portions of butterfly.
6. Roll the wheel along the left side of Bashful Blue card stock. Adhere to Whisper White card front.
7. Attach frame to middle of the Bashful Blue card stock.
8. Tie knot in approximately 4" piece of Whisper White satin ribbon. Trim ends. Adhere to top of frame.
9. Slightly bend butterfly in half along body section, attach just above and to the right of frame.






A Great Friend Tin
1. Create a pattern to fit the container you bought.
2. Stamp the butterfly, frame, and saying in Bashful Blue ink on Whisper White card stock.
3. Randomly stamp butterfly in Bashful Blue ink on tissue paper.
4. Cut out the frame and butterfly.
5. Use the 2‐Way Glue Pen to apply Dazzling Diamonds Stampin’ Glitter to the white floral portions of the butterfly.
6. Punch two slots on the frame piece to create a ribbon slide.
7. Roll the wheel across Bashful Blue card stock.
8. Adhere to Whisper White card stock.
9. Adhere to container.
10. Run the satin ribbon through the slots on the frame, wrap around container, tie in a bow and trim the ends.11. Slightly bend the butterfly in half along the body section, adhere to top of frame.






Two (of the many I've made over the years) other gift sets I made. I loved these little $1 tins and have used them for so many things, each one decorated differently. I made several Christmas themed tins and cards one year to give cookies out in.







Add Image thanks for looking !



1 comment:

  1. Love your ideas! Why didn't I do that for a graduation gift I needed!!!

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