Time for Tags Treat Bag

Today’s project is a quick and easy treat bag, perfect for those occasions when you need a way to present a little gift in a hurry. The tag is made with the new Time For Tags host stamp set and the new Timeless Label Punch. It’s heat embossed in gold, then clipped onto the top of a Striped Treat Bag using a Gold Library Clip with a piece of ribbon on it. Boom! Done!

Look at all the tag images in this set! And they all coordinate with the Timeless Label Punch. You could stamp and punch out a bunch of them to have on hand for last minute occasions. Just clip them onto a bag, as I’ve done today, or glue them onto a card. 

Time For Tags host stamp set © Stampin' Up!

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Here’s what I made:

Time for Tags host stamp set and Timeless Label Punch by Stampin' Up! #stampcandy

Time for Tags host stamp set and Timeless Label Punch by Stampin' Up! #stampcandy

Time for Tags host stamp set and Timeless Label Punch by Stampin' Up! #stampcandy

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Here’s what I did: 

Stamped with the Time for Tags stamp set:

  • the tag image in Versamark ink onto a scrap of Whisper White CS, then heat embossed in gold

Cut using the Timeless Label Punch:

  • embossed image

Assembled the treat bag:

  • folded over the top of the bag and burnished the fold with a Bone Folder
  • tied a piece of ribbon onto the clip and tied it in a bow
  • clip the label onto the folded top of the bag
  • Done!

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Sprig & Basket Weave Treat Bag

Today I’m sharing one of the gifts I made for the ladies at my Autumn retreat. It’s a very quick and simple idea for a small gift. I used the Sprig Punch and Basket Weave embossing folder to create a simple decoration for a Striped Treat Bag.

Here’s what I made:

This one is a little crinkled from being transported.

Sprig Punch and the Basket Weave embossing folder decorate this gift bag, Stampin' Up! #stampcandy

 

Sprig Punch and the Basket Weave embossing folder decorate this gift bag, Stampin' Up! #stampcandy

Here’s what I did:

Die cut using the Layering Circles Framelits:

  • a scrap of a Gold Foil Sheet

Cut using the Sprig Punch:

  • 2 pieces from a scrap of Tranquil Tide glimmer paper

Embossed using the Basket Weave TIEF:

  • gold circle

Assembled the card:

  • put the gift in the bag and fold over the top
  • clip the embossed gold circle and the 2 sprigs onto the top of the bag using a Gold Library Clip

 

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Candy Cane Season Treat Bag

Today I’m sharing a super quick and easy treat idea. I stamped directly onto a Santa’s Bag using the Candy Cane Season stamp set and Real Red ink. It isn’t waterproof, but as long as it stays dry it’s makes a great little gift. I cut the tag using the Everyday Label Punch, and tied it onto the bag using Garden Green Baker’s Twine.

Here’s what I made:

Candy Cane Season stamp set, Santa's Bags, Christmas Treat bag, Stampin' Up! #stampcandy

Candy Cane Season stamp set, Santa's Bags, Christmas Treat bag, Stampin' Up! #stampcandy

Candy Cane Season stamp set, Santa's Bags, Christmas Treat bag, Stampin' Up! #stampcandy

Here’s what I did:

Stamped with the Candy Cane Season stamp set:

  • candy cane hearts in Real Red ink onto the bag, 5 on each side
  • candy cane outline and sentiment in Real Red ink onto a scrap of Whisper White card stock (CS)

Cut using the Candy Cane Builder Punch:

  • candy cane

Cut using the Everyday Label Punch:

  • a scrap of Garden Green CS

Cut using the 1/8″ Circle Punch:

  • a hole in one end of the Garden Green CS tag

Assembled the project:

  • punched candy cane glued onto the Garden Green CS tag
  • treats put inside bag
  • tag tied onto bag with a piece of Garden Green twine
  • That’s it!

 

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APPT Blog Hop for May 2018 – Manly Moments

It’s time for the A Paper Pumpkin Thing Blog Hop for May! I aways love this time, because I get to take something predesigned and put my spin on it. This month’s kit is called Manly Moments and includes the makings for cards with manly hues of greens and browns. I’ve made a birthday card and small gift holder, perfect for a manly man. Be sure to check out all the stops on the hop, because you don’t want to miss any of the great alternate projects made by this group.

Here’s what I made:

Manly Moments May 2018 Paper Pumpkin kit alternate projects for APPT Blog Hop #stampcandy

 

Manly Moments May 2018 Paper Pumpkin kit alternate projects for APPT Blog Hop #stampcandy

Manly Moments May 2018 Paper Pumpkin kit alternate projects for APPT Blog Hop #stampcandy

 

I tucked a little extra “green” into the gift holder:

Manly Moments May 2018 Paper Pumpkin kit alternate projects for APPT Blog Hop #stampcandy

 

Here’s what I did:

Cut and scored with my Stampin’ Trimmer:

  • a 4-1/8″ x 1/2″ strip of plaid paper from the inside of an envelope
  • a 1″ x 1-1/2″ piece of the same plaid paper
  • a 1″ x 7″ strip of wood paper from the inside of a different envelope, then scored down the length 1/4″ from each side, and across the strip at 3-1/2″ 
  • four piece of Mossy Meadow card stock (CS) to 2″ x 4-1/4″

Stamped with the Manly Moments stamp set:

  • stamped “happy” and “birthday” in Mossy Meadow ink onto a shield
  • stamped the lines in Shaded Spruce ink onto the same shield
  • stamped “for all you do” in Mossy Meadow ink onto a white banner

Cut using Paper Snips

  • notched the ends of the Plaid strip (or you could use the Banner Triple Punch)
  • snipped lots of little cuts along each long side the wood paper strip, only to the score line on each side
  • used a shield as a guide to cut the ends of the 4 Mossy Meadow CS pieces to fit inside the holder
  • cut other end of the 4 Mossy Meadow CS  pieces about  2″ down to “shred” it (or you could use your paper trimmer to cut every 1/8″, or you could use fringe scissors if you have them)

Created the forest on the front of the Soft Sea Foam card base:

  • used the negative space of a tree die cut and sponge daubers to color each “layer”
  • used Mossy Meadow, Shaded Spruce, Pear Pizzazz, Old Olive, Granny Apple Green, Garden Green, and Tranquil Tide inks
  • started at the top and worked my way down

Assembled the card:

  • adhered a mountain die cut to the bottom of the front of the card base
  • glued the notched plaid strip to the card base
  • adhered the stamped shield over the plaid strip using Stampin’ Dimensionals

Assembled the holder:

  • glued one snipped side of the wood paper strip to the back edges of a shield, starting with the crosswise score line at the bottom tip of the shield.
  • glued the other snipped side to another shield, the same way
  • snip off any extra wood paper at the top, or fold it inside and glue it in place
  • glued the 1″ x 1-1\2″ plaid paper to the front shield
  • glued the stamped banner over the plaid paper piece. I should have adhered it with Stampin’ Dimensionals, but I wasn’t thinking and glued it down flat.
  • crinkled the shredded parts of the Mossy Meadow CS, then stuffed them into the box
  • inserted some folded money in between the Mossy Meadow CS pieces in the holder

 

Here’s the hop:

 

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Born To Be Loved Striped Treat Bag

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And now for today’s project. This would be perfect for a small gift or favor for a bridal shower or wedding. And it’s SO easy! I used a pre-made bag, doily, ribbon, and clip – I made only the heart with sentiment embossed in gold. 

 

Here’s what I made:

Stampin Up Striped Treat Bag with Gold Binder Clips Born To Be Loved and Sweet and Sassy framelits by Candy Ford of Stamp Candy

 

Stampin Up Striped Treat Bag with Gold Binder Clips Born To Be Loved and Sweet and Sassy framelits by Candy Ford of Stamp Candy

 

Stampin Up Striped Treat Bag with Gold Binder Clips Born To Be Loved and Sweet and Sassy framelits by Candy Ford of Stamp Candy

Here’s what I did:

Cut and scored with my Stampin’ Trimmer:

  • scored the top of a striped gift bag 1″ from the top

Stamped with the Born to Be Loved stamp set:

  • sentiment in Versamark ink onto a scrap of Powder Pink card stock, then heat embossed it in gold

Die cut using the Sweet & Sassy Framelits:

  • sentiment

Cut using Paper Snips:

  • about 12″ each of three ribbons: Powder Pink Finely Woven Ribbon, Gold Metallic Edge Ribbon, and Gold 1/8″ Ribbon

Assembled the project:

  • folded the ribbons in half and adhered the tops to the center of a Gold Metallic Doily using Tear & Tape
  • adhered the die cut heart to the doily using Stampin’ Dimensionals
  • put goodies in the bag
  • folded over the top of the bag and clipped the decoration on with a Gold Binder Clip

 

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APPT Blog Hop April 2018 – You Are My Anchor

A Paper Pumpkin Thing Blog Hop - alternate projects made with the Paper Pumpkin kits

 

It’s time for the A Paper Pumpkin Thing Blog Hop for the April kit, You Are My Anchor. This is such a fun kit! The colors are great; the images are great; really everything about it is awesome. I’ve had a lot of fun playing with it. I hope you enjoy the alternative projects I’ve made with it. After reading my post, be sure to check out the rest of the stops on the hop. I can’t wait to see what everyone else has made.

Stampin' Up!'s Paper Pumpkin kit for April 2018 - You Are My Anchor

Here’s what I made:

Three different items: a bag, a pop up card, and a treat box.

Paper Pumpkin April, You Are My Anchor, alternate project ideas, #stampcandy

I used one of the matchbox covers from the kit to create this pop-up card.

Paper Pumpkin April, You Are My Anchor, alternate project ideas, #stampcandy

Paper Pumpkin April, You Are My Anchor, alternate project ideas, #stampcandyPaper Pumpkin April, You Are My Anchor, alternate project ideas, #stampcandy Paper Pumpkin April, You Are My Anchor, alternate project ideas, #stampcandyPaper Pumpkin April, You Are My Anchor, alternate project ideas, #stampcandy

I made this box from some of the note cards in the kit.

Paper Pumpkin April, You Are My Anchor, alternate project ideas, #stampcandy

Aren’t candies with sea salt appropriate for the theme?Paper Pumpkin April, You Are My Anchor, alternate project ideas, #stampcandy

When I saw the gold and white note cards in the kit, I knew I had to pair it with one of Stampin’ Up!’s Striped Treat Bags.

Paper Pumpkin April, You Are My Anchor, alternate project ideas, #stampcandy Paper Pumpkin April, You Are My Anchor, alternate project ideas, #stampcandy

 

Here’s what I did:

Cut and scored with my Stampin’ Trimmer:

  • Island Indigo card stock (CS) cut to 4-1/4″ x 11″, then scored in half at 5-1/2″, for the card base
  • 2 Island Indigo striped note cards scored 1/2″ from each end, and 1/4″ from the bottom edge
  • 1 Island Indigo striped note card cut to 2-7/8″ x 2-7/8″
  • 1 Island Indigo anchor note card cut to 3″ x 3″, then scored 1/4″ from all four edges
  • a Calypso Coral note card cut to 3″ x 5-1/4″
  • 1 wave note card cut in half
  • 1 note card cut in half (doesn’t matter which design because I used the solid white side)

Stamped with the You Are My Anchor stamp set:

  • anchor, starfish, and “For You” in Island Indigo ink onto one of the small die cut round tags
  • “You’re a lifesaver” in Island Indigo ink onto one of the small die cut banners
  • birds in Island Indigo ink onto the inside top of the Island Indigo CS card base
  • birds and boats in Island Indigo ink onto one of the wave not card halves
  • “Thanks” in Island Indigo ink onto the other wave note card halves
  • “Adventure awaits” in Island Indigo ink onto one of the small die cut banners
  • anchor, wheel, boat, and starfish in Island Indigo ink onto the white stripes of the treat bag – I lined up the four stamps on one acrylic block and stamped them as one long stamp

Colored using an Island Indigo Stampin’ Write Marker:

  • 8″ piece of Whisper White 1/8″ Sheer Ribbon – color on both sides

Assembled the card, front:

  • fold in the Island Indigo CS card base burnished with a Bone Folder
  • a large round die cut glued onto the side of the 3″ x 5-1/4″ Calypso Coral note card piece
  • rope twine run through an Island Indigo anchor die cut, then wrapped around the front of the Calypso Coral note card piece and large round die cut, securing ends on the back using Glue Dots
  • NOTE: I covered the score line in the note card piece with the rope twine
  • Calypso Coral note card piece and large round die cut glued to the front of the Island Indigo CS card base
  • rope twine adhered to the back of a lifesaver die cut using Glue Dots, then the lifesaver adhered to the large round die cut using Stampin’ Dimensionals
  • “You’re a lifesaver” sentiment glued onto the front of the lifesaver die cut

Assembled the card, inside:

  • wave note card half with boats glued onto the back side of a matchbox cover
  • wave note card half with “Thanks” glued onto the top of the matchbox cover
  • 3″ x 3″ note card piece  glued to the inside of the Island Indigo CS card base, 1/8″ from the bottom edge, with the solid white side showing
  • bottom of matchbox cover and back of wave note card half glued onto the inside of the card base, as shown in photos
  • lighthouse die cut glued to the inside top of the card base

Assembled the box:

  • the two Island Indigo striped note cards glued together at the ends – at both intersections, one flap will be on the outside of the adjacent side, and the other flap will be on the inside of its adjacent side
  • using Paper Snips, cut along the score lines up the four corners only up to the horizontal score line
  • folded all four flaps toward the inside and glued them to the inside of the 2-7/8″ x 2-7/8″ piece, which will form the bottom of the box
  • cut along one score line at each corner of the 3″ x 3″ Island Indigo anchor note card piece
  • glued the resulting flaps to the inside of the adjacent sides
  • filled the box with goodies and put on the lid
  • 2 small die cut banners glued to the back of the small round die cut tag as shown
  • tied a piece of the rope twine around the box, through the tag, and tied in a box

Assembled the treat bag:

  • “Adventure awaits” banner and an Island Indigo die cut anchor glued to the front of a gold and white note card
  • top of treat bag folded over
  • note card, Island Indigo colored ribbon, and some rope twine clipped to the top of the treat bag using a Gold Library Clip

 Note: I used glue on these projects, but you can certainly use the Glue Dots that come with the kit. I just really like the glue.

Here’s the hop:

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A Paper Pumpkin Thing Blog Hop - alternate projects made with the Paper Pumpkin kits

Here are today’s colors:

You can click on each one to see all the products that come in that color!

 

Here’s what I used other than what came in the kit:

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Here’s some stuff you should know:

 

Thanks for stopping by today, and Sweet Stamping!

 

 
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