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Monday, October 17, 2016

Stampin' Up Gift Bags, Mr. Funny Bones, Layering Circles, Lollipops V

The weather was nice over the weekend.  It was into the 60's both Saturday, Sunday and today with rain off and on yesterday.  We did got a lot of little things done outside; but, not to the leaves yet.  =(

My share for today is the another project that I made to go into the Gift Bags that I made using the Stampin' Up Gift Bag Punch Board.

The Stampin' Up Product that I used is Mr. Funny Bones Stamp Set, Layering Circles Framelits Dies, Glimmer Papers, Metallic Sequins, Enamel Shapes and several trims and ribbons.

Let's take a look:

  
Pictured above are the Halloween Gift Bags that I made.  You can see my original blog post here
http://lynnslocker.blogspot.com/2016/10/stampin-up-gift-bags-halloween-night.html 




Aren't they cute!  I picked up these lollipops at a local Dollar Store and just had to embellish them.  These Lollipops are the last item that I designed to go in the Halloween Gift Bags!


I trimmed out a piece of Elegant Eggplant Cardstock cut at 3" x 6-1/4" and scored it at 3" from each 3" end for the Lollipop Cover.

Using SU's Layering Circles Framelits Dies, I die cut a Circle in one of the 3" x 3" squares on the cardstock.  I picked a Circle die that would fit around each Lollipop and then die cut it out.

I inserted the Lollipop into the folded cardstock as shown in the picture above.  Using my Handheld 1/4" Circle Punch, I punched a hole on each side of the Lollipop Stick, threaded some SU Kraft Rope Trim through the holes and tied it into a bow.

Using SU's Mr. Funny Bones Stamp Set, I stamped the Boo Banner in Basic Black Archival Ink onto Old Olive Cardstock and fussy cut it out.  I went around the edges with my SU Basic Black Stampin' Write Marker.  I trimmed out another Banner with Pumpkin Pie Glimmer Paper, adhered it under the Boo Banner and to the Lollipop Cover with Mono Multi-Purpose Glue.

I adhered a couple Gold Metallic Star Sequins with Mono Multi-Purpose Glue and then adhered two Pumpkin Pie Enamel Shapes onto the Stars.


For the Frankenstein Lollipop, I used Pumpkin Pie Cardstock for the Lollipop Cover.  I used Old Olive Cardstock for the Boo Banner, Black Glimmer Paper for the smaller Banner, two Sliver Star Sequins and two Wisteria Wonder Enamel Shapes for embellishments and Basic Black/Gray Bakers Twine for the Bow.


For the Witches Hat, I used Old Olive Cardstock for the Lollipop cover.  I used Pumpkin Pie Cardstock for the Boo Banner, Black Glimmer Paper for the smaller Banner, two Gold Sequin Stars and two Wisteria Wonder Enamel Shapes for embellishments and Basic Black/Pumpkin Pie Bakers Twine for the Bow.  The Witches Hat Lollipop was a little thicker so I had to cut my cardstock at 3" x 6-1/2" and score the same at 3" from each 3" end.


For the Ghost, I used Basic Black Cardstock for the Lollipop cover.  I used Old Olive Cardstock for the Boo Banner, Pumpkin Pie Glimmer Paper for the smaller Banner, two Silver Metallic Star Sequins and two Pumpkin Pie Enamel Shapes for the embellishments and 3/8" Silver Glitter Ribbon for the Bow.


So, my Halloween Gift Bags are full and all ready for my recipients!  I hope they like them.

That's all I have for today.  Thanks for stopping by my blog!






I recently discovered that people are using my cards and/or projects, duplicating them and entering them into challenges and using them for their own card classes.  My cards and projects are my own creations and are not to be used in challenges, blog hops, card classes or sold at craft shows; etc., for profit.  I don't mind if you duplicate my creativity to pass on to family members or friends as gifts or Occasions cards; but,  PLEASE be considerate of others creativity!  Thank you!


 



If you are interested in purchasing Stampin' Up products, you can order from me on-line at www.stampinup.com and please choose me, Lynn Gauthier, as your Demonstrator.     





This is my first blog and it is still under construction.  I have yet to receive my Watermark so the picture's are copyright Lynn A. Gauthier, 2015-2016 Stampin' Up.

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