Diane Kaufman Mr Who treat bag

Who needs a gift when you receive a bag like this?! Diane really outdid herself with this project. It features Mr. Who, a little owl in hot pink. She choose a large scalloped center to build on – adding all of details, the tree branch and those wonderful flowers. I love the addition of burlap – it creates a wonderful texture. She secured it to the bag, including some little teal ties at the top.

Here’s a closeup picture of all that great detail.

Diane Kaufman Mr Who detail

Eat Cake Graphics stamp used:
5067-D Mr. Who (owl)

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Another sweet treat project by Crafty Math Chick. For this project the recipient gets a whole little bag of jellybeans – who wouldn’t want that! The little scalloped edge adds such a nice touch, don’t you think?

eat cake graphics stamps used:
5047-F Poppy Bunny Looks Down
8063-D Are Those Jellybeans?

Supplies:
Paper: Bashful Blue DP, Barely Banana, Mint Melody (Stampin’ Up!), Gina K. Luxury Cardstock (for bunny image)
Ink: Palette Noir
Other: treat bag, jelly beans, scalloped border punch (Stampin’ Up!), Copic markers

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Gwendaline packed her bag and is ready to head off to the beach! This is the girl version of a bag and card combination Pam created (see previous post for boy version). Too cute for words! Gwendaline’s red hair shines against her green hat and purple swimsuit! Now if Pam would stop creating cookie box projects with such tasty treats maybe I could pull out my swimsuit and join Gwendaline. :)

Gwendaline set

Gwendaline card

Pam created a coloring chart for this card which you can see on her blog.

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eat cake graphics stamps used:
1123-I Gwendaline’s Ready For Sun
6028-F Beach Sign

Other supplies:
CS – (Bazzill); Paper –Accademia (Fabriano); Ink – Black StazOn (Tsukineko); Tombow markers, waterbrush, Sharpie markers, ShrinkyDinks Frosted Rough & Ready, Jewelery find cell phone charm hanger, Heat gun, Crop-a-dile, Stickles glitter glue, Polka-dot sheer ribbon (Offray), foam tape, pencil case.

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Going to the beach never looked so good! This is the boy version of a bag and card combination Pam created. I love the teal blue and red combination – makes me want to get out my snorkel and fins! And the little dragonfly – just the perfect touch.

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Little Phillip card

Pam created a coloring chart for this card – check out her blog.

boy-zip-pull

eat cake graphics stamps used:
1126-G Little Phillip’s Ready Water
6028-F Beach Sign

Other supplies:
CS – (Bazzill); Paper –Accademia (Fabriano); Ink – Black StazOn (Tsukineko); Tombow markers, waterbrush, Sharpie markers, ShrinkyDinks Frosted Rough & Ready, Jewelery find cell phone charm hanger, Heat gun, Punches – scalloped border, dragonfly (Marvy), Crop-a-dile, Stickles glitter glue, striped grosgrain ribbon, Hemp twine, miscellaneous red button, foam tape, pencil case.

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