Good morning crafters! I am really excited about today’s post! This week, two of my favourite companies are teaming up for some Christmas crafting fun, and today is one of my days to share a little project with you!
Every Christmas for the last three years or so, I have gone on a bit of a chocolate bar wrapper kick! I love making these little wrappers – not only do they serve as greeting card, but they have a yummy treat inside for the recipient that pulls out in such a fun way!
The ribbon holds everything in place until the recipient is wants to break in! Not only can you make them in any size you want, but they also won’t break the bank even if you are making a whole bunch!
For this version, I teamed up the Merry Memories DCWV stack with three different ribbons from the Ribbon Resource:
The canvas ribbons are perfect for this project because they are really smooth and slide nicely against the paper. At 3/4″, they are also just the right size to create a substantial bow that is a good proportion to the treat you have tucked inside!
Oh, and the mini pompom ribbon – I mean come on…how cute is this stuff! It adds a perfect bit of texture to make the sentiment really stick out. I think I might be a bit obsessed with this ribbon for the Christmas season!
There are three of us up today for May Arts/Ribbon Resource that have projects to share with you today!
And don’t forget to pop on over to the Ribbon Resource blog as well as over to DCWV’s blog to find out more about this week’s fun and to be entered into the giveaway! Both companies have multiple chances to win, so make sure you get your name in! Thanks for stopping by!
Hi and welcome to the Gold and Cork Blog Hop with Tombow USA and DCWV! We have 2 days full with gorgeous projects using GOLD and CORK! You probably came here from Thomisia Francois but if you happened to stumble across my blog go to the Tombow USA Blog (on Friday) DCWV Blog (On Saturday) to start!
For today’s hop, I decided to do some scrapbooking. This is honestly one of my favourite type of papercrafting to do, but I don’t do it nearly enough! I thought that the Gilded paper stack would be a perfect choice for a more masculine page, and I love the tones and textures of the page. The Tombow adhesives were perfect for this – I used the super quick and easy Extreme Adhesive on all of the large areas, and the new design meant that I didn’t have any of those bulky blobs at the ends. I also made good use of the Foam Tape and Adhesive Dots to get some differences in height (I love that the Adhesive dots are slightly coloured so I can see where I am putting them). I think I need to make a shaker card with this foam this weekend too!
Okay, now since this is a hop, you do have some chances to win some great prizes! To win, visit and comment on the participating blog posts. You have until March 31st at 11:59 EST to comment. A winner will be picked randomly and announced on April 1st 2015.
Tombow will be giving away: Tombow Xtreme Adhesive, NEW Tombow Adhesive Dots, NEW Tombow Foam Tape and everyone’s favorite the Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue!
DCWV will be giving away: The DCWV Gilded Stack, a 4×4 Cork Stack, Insta Kraft Album, Accordion Album and a set of Birthday Photo Props!
Remember to “Like” Tombow USA and DCWV on Facebook.
Friday, March 27th:
YOUR NEXT STOP IS Daniella Hayes.
Hi everyone! It’s almost Valentine’s Day, and I realized that I need to share a treat container tutorial with you. Why? Well, because I love treat containers and because this one is so easy! Now, if you are not a fan of Valentine’s Day – fear not! Choose some different colours and this project will be perfect any time of the year!
One of the great things about this project is how easy it is to pull together. With a single piece of patterned paper from the Haute Pink stack (or any other stack you love), some Scor-pal adhesive and pretty May Arts ribbon, you can pull these together in under 5 minutes. Here’s a quick video to show you how!
So whether you are celebrating Valentine’s Day or simply someone you love, I hope this tutorial will inspire you to get crafty! Thanks for stopping by!
Good wintery morning to you! I am excited to be sharing a project with you today featuring some great products from DCWV and Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft®! We are having our winter blog hop, and not only have we had a couple of great days of projects already, but we have more to come.
I decided to team up the Winter in the Woods stack with a fun teal coloured Faber-Castell Double Scoop Gelato in “Snow Cone” and an awesome PITT artist pen in silver 251 to create a winter -themed banner.
This banner was a lot of fun to make. I really loved the colours in this stack – the muted greys and creams together with the brighter teams and the green! There is so much going on, and yet there is a cool, peaceful feel to the papers and patterns.
The Faber-Castell products were a great compliment to the papers. I actually used the Gelato much like I have used distress inks in the past – I ran it along the edges of the banner pieces, and then rubbed it in with my fingers. It’s a great way to pull all the pieces together and also to help them stand out a bit from the background paper. Oh, and the PITT pen was used for some doodling – the think ink running smoothly over even the textured paper. Man, I love this pen! Oh, and that ribbon happens to be from one of our other partner companies – May Arts (you know I love my 3/4″ Chevron Twill)!
So, that’s it for my new winter banner! Make sure you also pop on over to see Jessica’s project today! Oh, and Karen has a pretty card for you too!
Make sure you leave a comment at the DCWV blog and on the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® blog to be eligible to win this weeks prizes! DCWV is giving away THREE prizes; $50.00 worth of scrapbooking supplies for each person! We will be announcing the winner Monday the 15th on Facebook so be sure you are following us.
Thanks for stopping by today!