Saturday, September 24, 2016

Halloween Party Ensemble

Capture the spirit of Halloween with this party ensemble. It has everything you need to get ready for a spooky Halloween party that is totally delightful and not at all frightful!  Remember, if you don’t celebrate Halloween, this project can be easily customizable for any occasion by simply changing the designer series paper and the stamp sets.


This lovely project was designed by Liz! If you have a chance, please head on over to Craft Project Central and leave Liz a comment on her project. 

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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Spooky Fun Party Ensemble

Bats and witches and things that go “bump!” in the night – it’s time for Halloween. Create spooky fun party favors and decorations with the Spooky Fun Stamp Set and Halloween Scenes Edgelits Dies from the Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalog. The gatefold card can be used as a greeting card or as a party invitation. If you decide not to host a party, the luminaries will light the way for trick-or-treaters and the favors can be your treats for the goblins and ghosts at your door. The best thing about this project is that you can substitute another bundle and turn it into an ensemble for any holiday or celebration.


This lovely project was designed by Buffy! If you have a chance, please head on over to Craft Project Central and leave Buffy a comment on her project. 

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Sunday, September 18, 2016

Paisley Party Ensemble

Do you love to entertain?  Whether it’s a small gathering or a formal meal, this tutorial has a few special touches for you to make.  This ensemble provides those little things that you can turn to time and time again whether you’re having friends over for nibbles and drinks or for a celebratory meal. There’s even some packaging included so that your guests don’t go home empty handed.


This lovely project was designed by Sara! If you have a chance, please head on over to Craft Project Central and leave Sara a comment on her project. 

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Thursday, September 15, 2016

New Baby Bundle

If you know someone expecting a baby, this bundle with a "baby napping" plaque to hang outside the door and the coordinating gift box and matching thank you notes will be a welcome gift for the new mom.


This lovely project was designed by Billie! If you have a chance, please head on over to Craft Project Central and leave Billie a comment on her project. 

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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Boxes and Bags and Tie on Tags

Fall is just around the corner…and that means the holiday season is not far behind…when homemade packaging makes everything special!  This project features leaves, acorns and pine boughs to create bags and boxes and a fun tie on tag…one for each season.  Now’s the time to gather your papers, punches and dies and get a head start on your holidays with this easy and fun project!


This lovely project was designed by Sue! If you have a chance, please head on over to Craft Project Central and leave Sue a comment on her project. 

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Saturday, September 10, 2016

Fall Leaf Treat Box Trio

Get ready for Fall with this set of tempting treat holders! Each treat holder is made using the fabulous new Popcorn Box Thinlits. You’ll see how versatile these thinlits are when you learn how to make a Treat-Filled Popcorn Box, a Pocket Treat Holder and a Basket. Just a few quick and easy adjustments make these simple, but oh, so cute little gifties! Plus you’ll see how to adapt the new Suite Seasons Stamp Set into more general sayings for anytime use! And the coordinating card can be used with any one of the treats for gift giving!


This lovely project was designed by Julie! If you have a chance, please head on over to Craft Project Central and leave Julie a comment on her project. 

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