Country Club Happy Birthday Book

Today’s project, a birthday book, is an example of a non-golf specific project made with the Country Club Suite. I made the book using the Clubhouse stamp set, Golf Club Dies, Absolutely Argyle 3D embossing folder, and Country Club Designer Series Paper.

book book

Here’s what I made:

Stampin' Up! Country Club suite happy birthday mini scrapbook gift idea for golfer by Candy Ford of Stamp Candy

Stampin' Up! Country Club suite happy birthday mini scrapbook gift idea for golfer by Candy Ford of Stamp Candy

Stampin' Up! Country Club suite happy birthday mini scrapbook gift idea for golfer by Candy Ford of Stamp CandyS

Here’s what I did:

Cut and scored with my paper trimmer:

  • Poppy Parade card stock (CS) cut to 8-3/4″ x 5-1/2″, scored at 4-1/4″ and 4-1/2″, for the cover
  • CS cut to 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″, then scored in half at 4-1/4″ (one each of Whisper White Thick, Night of Navy, Crushed Curry, Poppy Parade, Garden Green, and Basic Black) for pages
  • Country Club Designer Series Paper (DSP) cut to 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″, then scored in half at 4-1/4″ (one piece of each non-golf-specific pattern) for pages
  • Crushed Curry CS layer cut to 4-1/8″ x 5-3/8″
  • Basic Black CS cut to 11″ x 3-1/2″, and scored at 4-3/4″, 5″, 9-3/4″, and 10″ for the belly band
  • DSP layer cut to 4-5/8″ x 3-3/8″
  • CS cut to 3-1/2” x 3-1/2″ (two each of Whisper White Thick, Night of Navy, Crushed Curry, Poppy Parade, Garden Green, and Basic Black) for tabbed inserts

Stamped with the Clubhouse stamp set:

  • sentiment in black Memento ink onto a scrap of Whisper White Thick CS

Cut using the Golf Club Dies:

  • sentiment
  • 4 pieces from scraps of each color of CS using the crest shape die

Embossed using the Absolutely Argyle embossing folder:

  • Crushed Curry CS layer

Assembled the book:

  • burnished all the folds in the CS and DSP pieces with a Bone Folder
  • one side of a CS page glued onto one side of a DSP page, along the fold, top and bottom (being careful not to glue along the outer edge, because this will make a pocket)
  • remaining pages glued together the same way, alternating CS and DSP, until they are all glued together in a book (each double-thickness page should have a pocket)
  • first and last pages glued the same way inside the Poppy Parade CS cover, creating more pockets
  • tabs on CS inserts created by gluing 2 die cut crests together, with the insert between them, then the inserts stuck inside the pockets
  • Basic Black CS belly band glued onto the Poppy Parade CS cover on the back, spine, and front
  • embossed Crushed Curry CS layer glued onto the front of the Poppy Parade CS cover, covering the end of the Basic Black belly band
  • thin velcro fastener applied onto the inside of the belly band and the embossed Crushed Curry CS layer
  • DSP layer glued onto the front of the belly band
  • sentiment adhered onto the DSP layer using Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals

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Here are today’s colors:

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Here’s what I used:

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Thanks for stopping by today, and Sweet Stamping!

Greatest Guy by Par Mini Pizza Box

Today’s project is sort of a stepped up version of yesterday’s note card. Along with die cuts, I’ve also used wooden Country Club Elements to decorate a Mini Pizza Box. 

Tip: The wooden golf clubs are not as long as they appear on this project. The wood is soft, so I used my Paper Snips to cut the clubs in half. At first, I did this just so I could cross them without worrying about the thickness. Then I moved the halves apart to make them look longer. The crest covered the gaps.

pizza box pizza box

Here’s what I made:

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Here’s what I did:

Cut and scored with my paper trimmer:

  • Country Club Designer Series Paper (DSP) layer cut to 3-1/4″ x 3-1/4″

Stamped with the Clubhouse stamp set:

  • sentiment twice in Night of Navy ink onto a scrap of Whisper White Thick CS

Cut using the Golf Club Dies:

  • one of the sentiments using the crest die
  • “greatest guy” portion of the other sentiment using the banner die

Cut using Paper Snips:

  • 2 wooden golf club elements cut in half

Colored using a Stampin’ Write Marker:

  • outer rim of wooden crest element in Garden Green

Assembled the pizza box:

  • burnished the folds in the pizza box with a Bone Folder
  • DSP layer glued onto the top of the box
  • two golf clubs glued onto the DSP layer, spreading apart the halves to make them look longer
  • wooden crest glued onto the golf club pieces, covering the gap in the clubs
  • die cut sentiment (crest) glued onto the center of the wooden crest
  • die cut sentiment (banner) glued onto the crest

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Here are today’s colors:

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

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Here’s what I used:

Click on these images for more details and to purchase.

Click “Supply List” for a clickable and printable list!

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Here are some helpful links:

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Thanks for stopping by today, and Sweet Stamping!

Wrapped in Plaid Faceted Box for Inking Royalty Christmas 2020 Blog Hop

Welcome to the Inking Royalty Christmas 2020 Blog Hop! Today I’m sharing a faceted treat box. I love this little box, and I realized I hadn’t made one in a long time. I used the Perfectly Plaid stamp set and Wrapped in Plaid Specialty Designer Series Paper. The pearls were colored with Stampin’ Blends Markers in Dark Cherry Cobbler, Dark Night of Navy, and Dark Shaded Spruce.

 

Here’s what I made:

faceted treat box made using Perfectly Plaid stamp set, Wrapped in Plaid specialty designer series paper, Banner Triple Punch, Stampin' Blends Markers by Stampin' Up! Box made by Candy Ford of #stampcandy

faceted treat box made using Perfectly Plaid stamp set, Wrapped in Plaid specialty designer series paper, Banner Triple Punch, Stampin' Blends Markers by Stampin' Up! Box made by Candy Ford of #stampcandyS  

Here’s what I did:

Cut and scored with my paper trimmer and Simply Scored Tool:

  • Cherry Cobbler card stock (CS) cut to 7-7/8″ x 11-1/4″
  • scored the Cherry Cobbler CS along the short side at 2-1/2″, 4-5/8″, and 7-1/8″
  • rotated the Cherry Cobbler CS 90 degrees so the skinny section is at the top, then scored only down to the second score line (cross one score line and stop at the second) at 2-1/2″, 5″, 7-1/2″, and 10″
  • rotated the Cherry Cobbler CS 180 degrees, then scored only down to the first score line at 2-1/2″, 5″, 7-1/2″, and 10″
  • used a ruler and stylus to score the diagonal lines as shown in the diagram
  • Wrapped in Plaid Specialty Designer Series Paper (DSP) cut to 2-1/4″ x 2-1/4″
  • Wrapped in Plaid Specialty Designer Series Paper (DSP) cut into 1-3/4″ strips, then cut into triangles 2″ wide (see diagram below)
  • Whisper White Thick CS cut to 1-1/8″ x 3″

faceted box template, Candy Ford of #stampcandyClick on the template for a larger version.

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Stamped with the Perfectly Plaid stamp set:

  • sentiment in Night of Navy ink onto the 1-1/8″ strip of Whisper White CS stamp set

Cut using the Banner Triple Punch:

  • left end of the sentiment strip

Cut using the 1/2″ Circle Punch:

  • finger notch in the front panel of the box

Colored using Stampin’ Write Markers:

  • 1 Pearl Basic Jewel in Dark Cherry Cobbler
  • 1 Pearl Basic Jewel in Dark Night of Navy
  • 1 Pearl Basic Jewel in Dark Shaded Spruce 

Assembled the box:

  • made all cuts in the Cherry Cobbler base using Paper Snips (refer to diagram)
  • burnished all the folds in the Cherry Cobbler CS base with a Bone Folder (This is much more easily done after making the cuts.)
  • 8 DSP triangles glued onto the 8 triangular sides of the box (This is easier while it’s still flat, before assembling the box.)
  • DSP square glued onto the lid of the box
  • sentiment strip glued onto the lid of the box
  • pearls applied onto the sentiment strip
  • small triangular section at one end glued onto the inside of the large triangle at the opposite end (A & B on diagram)
  • folded all 4 bottom flaps in, one by one, gluing them together
  • put goodies in the box and closed up the top

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Here’s the Inking Royalty Christmas 2020 Blog Hop:

Thank you for hopping along with us. If you get stuck during the Blog Hop, please use this line-up as a guide:

  1. Brian King at Stamp with Brian
  2. Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping
  3. Sheryl Sharp at Sharp Notes by Sheryl
  4. Shawn de Oliveira at Shawn Stamps
  5. Lynn Kolcun at Avery’s Owlery
  6. Sue Jackson at Just Peachy Stamping
  7. Linda Krueger at The Stamp Coach
  8. Candy Ford at Stamp Candy <———– YOU ARE HERE!
  9. Julie DiMatteo at The Paper Pixie
  10. Robbye Hamilton at Miss Hammie’s Crafts

 

Here are today’s colors:

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

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Here’s what I used:

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<– Click here for a clickable and printable list!

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Here are some helpful links:

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Thanks for stopping by today, and Sweet Stamping!

Come to Gather Gift Bag for Autumn IRBH

inKing Royalty Blog Hop, September 2019, Autumn

It’s time for the Inking Royalty Blog Hop for September! This month’s theme in Autumn. And what could be more Autumnal than beautifully colored leaves? For my project, I used products from the Come to Gather Suite to decorate a gift bag from last month’s Paper Pumpkin kit. (You can see another project I made using these bags here.) From the suite, I used the Gather Together bundle (Gather Together stamp set and Gathered Leaves Dies) and Come to Gather Designer Series Paper.

I was going to use the Come To Gather Ribbon Combo Pack as well, but I got so carried away with the leaves, I didn’t think it needed it. I used each embossed leaf die (3 in the set) to cut two each of four colors – and I used 18 of the 24 leaves I cut! Guess I just couldn’t stop until I had a big leaf pile! Doesn’t it make you want to jump in and scatter them?

Be sure to hop all the way around to all the stops. You don’t want to miss any of the great projects from this talented group!

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Here’s what I made:

Come to Gather suite decorated Paper Pumpkin bag, Stampin' Up! Candy Ford #stampcandy

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Here’s what I did:

Cut and scored with my paper trimmer:

  • Come To Gather Designer Series Paper (DSP) cut to 2″ x 5-1/4″
  • DSP cut to 1-1/2″ x 5″
  • Copper Foil Sheet cut to 1-1/2″ x 4-3/4″

Stamped with the Gather Together stamp set:

  • large leaf in Pretty Peacock ink onto a scrap of Pretty Peacock CS
  • sentiment in Versamark ink on the leaf, then heat embossed in copper

Cut using the Gathered Leaves Dies:

  • stamped leaf
  • assortment of embossed leaves from scraps of Merry Merlot, Cajun Craze, and Pretty Peacock CS and Copper Foil Sheet

Cut using the Banner Triple Punch:

  • one end of each of the 3 paper strips

Assembled the project:

  • adhered the 3 tags together using Snail
  • adhered the assorted leaves onto the tags and each other using Snail
  • large stamped leaf adhered onto the leaf “pile” using Black Stampin’ Dimensionals
  • tag assembly glued onto the front of the bag
  • 3 Pretty Peacock Faceted Dots applied onto the bag, at bottom right

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Here’s the hop:

Thank you for hopping along with us. If you get stuck during the Blog Hop, please use this line-up as a guide:

  1. Brian King at Stamp with Brian
  2. Linda Krueger at The Stamp Coach
  3. Lynn Kolcun at Avery’s Owlery
  4. Robbye Hamilton at Miss Hammie’s Crafts
  5. Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping
  6. Sue Jackson at Just Peachy Stamping
  7. Shawn de Oliveira at Shawn Stamps
  8. Jennifer Spiller at Westside Paper Creations
  9. Candy Ford at Stamp Candy  <– YOU ARE HERE!!!
  10. Sheryl Sharp at Sharp Notes by Sheryl
  11. Julie DiMatteo at The Paper Pixie

 

 

Here are today’s colors:

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

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Here’s what I used:

Click on these images for more details and to purchase.

<– Click here for a clickable and printable list!

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Preorder the Monster Bash Online Treat Holder Class:

  • Extended for one more week! Order by September 25!
  • Make 6 adorable treat holders in the comfort of your own home!
  • 2 each of 3 designs
  • Features the Monster Bash Suite on pages 52-54 of the 2019 Holiday Catalog
  • I’ve done the trimming and scoring for you!
  • You’ll receive the stamp set, dies, pre-cut kits, and Black Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  • Full detailed instructions
  • Limited spots available

Click on the image below for details and class options, or copy and paste this link into your browser: https://stampcandy.net/online-classes/monster-bash-treat-holder-class-preorder/

 

Stampin' Up! Monster Bash Treat Holder Online Class by Candy Ford #stampcandy

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Here are some helpful links:

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Thanks for stopping by today, and Sweet Stamping!

Boo to You Everything Festive Coffin Treat Box

For today’s project, I used the Everything Festive and Boo to You stamp sets to decorate a Coffin Box. The Everything Festive stamp set has sentiments for several different holidays and occasions, and the Boo to You stamp set has three adorable little monsters. I used Stampin’ Blends Markers to color the little zombie guy, and I used a couple of the Assorted Googly Eyes to really make him pop! 

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Here are the stamp sets:

Everything Festive stamp set © Stampin' Up!

Boo to You stamp set © Stampin' Up!

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Here’s what I made:

Boo to You and Everything Festive stamp sets, Coffin Boxes, Layering Ovals Dies, Granny Apple Green Ribbon, Googly Eyes, all from Stampin' Up! Made by Candy Ford #stampcandy

Boo to You and Everything Festive stamp sets, Coffin Boxes, Layering Ovals Dies, Granny Apple Green Ribbon, Googly Eyes, all from Stampin' Up! Made by Candy Ford #stampcandy

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Here’s what I did:

Cut and scored with my paper trimmer:

  • bottom of coffin box traced onto Granny Apple Green card stock (CS), then cut just inside the lines

Stamped with the Boo to You stamp set:

  • zombie in Tuxedo Black Memento ink onto a scrap of Whisper White Thick CS
  • small sentiment in Tuxedo Black Memento ink next to the zombie

Stamped with the Everything Festive stamp set:

  • large sentiment in Tuxedo Black Memento ink onto the coffin shaped Granny Apple Green CS

Cut using the Layering Ovals Dies:

  • zombie/sentiment

Colored using Stampin’ Blends Markers:

  • zombie in Basic Black, Smoky Slate, Granny Apple Green, Real Red, and Bronze

Assembled the project:

  • burnished the folds in the box and lid with a Bone Folder
  • glued the outside of the flaps onto the inside of the adjacent sides to create the box and lid shapes
  • Granny Apple Green CS glued onto the inside of the box
  • put lid on the box and wrapped ribbon around it, enough to overlap about 1″ or so on the lid
  • NOTE: Be sure the ribbon is snug enough to stay on, and loose enough to be able to slide it off.
  • adhered the ribbon ends together using Tear & Tape, being careful not to stick it to the lid
  • googly eyes glued onto the zombie (I used a purple eye and an orange eye.) 
  • adhered the zombie oval onto the ribbon using Tear & Tape

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Here are today’s colors:

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

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Here’s what I used:

Click on these images for more details and to purchase.

<– Click here for a clickable and printable list!

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Preorder the Monster Bash Online Treat Holder Class by September 18:

  • Make 6 adorable treat holders in the comfort of your own home!
  • 2 each of 3 designs
  • Features the Monster Bash Suite on pages 52-54 of the 2019 Holiday Catalog
  • I’ve done the trimming and scoring for you!
  • You’ll receive the stamp set, dies, pre-cut kits, and Black Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  • Full detailed instructions
  • Limited spots available

Click on the image below for details and class options, or copy and paste this link into your browser: https://stampcandy.net/online-classes/monster-bash-treat-holder-class-preorder/

 

Stampin' Up! Monster Bash Treat Holder Online Class by Candy Ford #stampcandy

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Here are some helpful links:

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Thanks for stopping by today, and Sweet Stamping!

Spooktacular Coffin Treat Box

Today’s project is a fun little treat box shaped like a coffin. Stampin’ Up!’s new Coffin Boxes come pre-cut and scored, so you only have to glue the corners to assemble them. There’s a window in the coffin lid so you can see its occupant, a vampire from the Monster Bash Designer Series Paper (DSP.) The coffin is lined with more of the DSP, and the spiders on top are cut from a Black Foil Sheet using the Wicked Dies.

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Here’s what I made:

Stampin' Up! Spooktacular Bash stamp set, Monster Bash suite, Coffin Treat Box made by Candy Ford #stampcandy

Stampin' Up! Spooktacular Bash stamp set, Monster Bash suite, Coffin Treat Box made by Candy Ford #stampcandy

Stampin' Up! Spooktacular Bash stamp set, Monster Bash suite, Coffin Treat Box made by Candy Ford #stampcandy

Stampin' Up! Spooktacular Bash stamp set, Monster Bash suite, Coffin Treat Box made by Candy Ford #stampcandy

Stampin' Up! Spooktacular Bash stamp set, Monster Bash suite, Coffin Treat Box made by Candy Ford #stampcandy

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Here’s what I did:

Cut and scored with my paper trimmer:

  • first traced around a coffin box onto two pieces of Monster Bash Designer Series Paper (DSP), then…
  • cut both pieces along the traced lines

Stamped with the Spooktacular Bash stamp set:

  • sentiment in Whisper White Craft Ink onto a scrap of Basic Gray card stock (CS)
  • heat set the ink using a Heat Tool

Cut using the Ornate Frames Dies:

  • sentiment
  • ornate frame from a scrap of Basic Gray CS

Cut using the Wicked Dies:

  • 3 spiders from a scrap of Black Foil Sheet

Cut using the Layering Circles Dies:

  • hole in the die cut ornate frame, and in the top of the coffin box, using the same small die
  • vampire from the Monster Bash DSP, and a scrap of clear Window Sheet, using the same larger die

Assembled the box:

  • burnished the folds in the box and lid with a Bone Folder
  • clear circle adhered onto the inside of the lid, lining the hole, using Tear & Tape
  • vampire adhered onto the clear circle using Tear & Tape, so he shows through the window in the lid
  • box and lid folded and glued into shape
  • one piece of DSP glued onto the inside of the box (bats)
  • the other piece of DSP glued onto the inside of the lid (cobwebs)
  • ornate frame glued onto the top of the lid, around the window
  • sentiment glued onto the top of the lid
  • 3 spiders adhered onto the top of the lid using Mini Glue Dots
  • 2 Red Rhinestones applied onto each spider, to resemble a Black Widow’s hourglass pattern (Yes, I know it’s actually on the bottom of a real spider and not up on its back, but I took a little artistic license.)

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Here are today’s colors:

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

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Here’s what I used:

Click on these images for more details and to purchase.

<– Click here for a clickable and printable list!

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Preorder the Monster Bash Online Treat Holder Class by September 18:

  • Make 6 adorable treat holders in the comfort of your own home!
  • 2 each of 3 designs
  • Features the Monster Bash Suite on pages 52-54 of the 2019 Holiday Catalog
  • I’ve done the trimming and scoring for you!
  • You’ll receive the stamp set, dies, pre-cut kits, and Black Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  • Full detailed instructions
  • Limited spots available

Click on the image below for details and class options, or copy and paste this link into your browser: https://stampcandy.net/online-classes/monster-bash-treat-holder-class-preorder/

 

Stampin' Up! Monster Bash Treat Holder Online Class by Candy Ford #stampcandy

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Here are some helpful links:

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Thanks for stopping by today, and Sweet Stamping!

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