Saturday, April 4, 2009

Some Springtime Stamping

Attic Gal Rachelle says:

I had a bit of fun this week, creating a few fun and easy projects with the Stampin' Up! Sale-a-Bration Stamps, papers, and ribbon.

Here's a closer look:

This pretty little gift card holder was made from Top Notes die cuts and my favorite Big Shot! - one from blue cardstock, and one from two sided Designer Series papers, folded down in front, with sticky strip holding it together on the sides and bottom to create a pouch. The flower was punched, and the leaves were two petals cut from the same punch.  I added some pretty twill ribbon and a rhinestone brad for bling.  That's it.

The "yummy" inside of this pretty package is a KitKat bar.  I wrapped DS paper around it, glues the ends and crimped them.  Then made a belly band of coordinating paper and a punched eyelet border.  I cut out the Yummy image, and layered it with a Label die cut which I punched slots into and threaded yellow grosgrain through.  Very easy, and I think very charming.

I think my favorite is the my bunny diaper fold pouch.  I folded two sided 6" square DS paper into a diaper fold pouch.  The bunny is made out of all punches: The large oval for her body, a 1 5/8" circle for her head, the medium and small ovals for her ears, the small square for her teeth, the 1/2" circle for her cheeks, and the 1/4" circle for her paws and eyes.  Then I accessorized with a little gingham bow.  The nose is a tiny brad that I embossed with pink embossing powder. I found a package of candy-powder-filled carrots at the dollar store which I think work perfectly in the pouches.

And, like most bunnies do, they tend to multiply!

Thanks for hopping on over to our Attic!


  1. How pretty! You are so creative! Everything is adorable! Have a great day!

  2. How adorable. Who taught you to do that? Love it.

  3. Great ideas. I have the Stampin' Up supplies to make these great projects. Thanks for the fun ideas! I really love that sweet bunny in a pouch.

  4. Love these and really enjoy your blog!