My neighbor is a substitute teacher and wanted to get her name out to the school teachers so when they need a sub they can call her. (You can find the pattern to these boxes on Nancy Morgan’s website HERE.) She was going to hand out business cards, but I suggested something a little more memorable (and CHOCOLATEY) so they would remember her.
I came up with this design to look “schoolish”. The back of the box has a piece of square cardstock with my friend’s info on it.
Recipe: Stamp Set: Tart and Tangy Paper: Basick Black, Summer Sun, Real Red, Whisper White Ink: Real Red, Close to Cocoa, Old Olive Accessories: Scallop Circle/1 3/8″ Circle/1 1/4″ Circle Punches, Non SU Ribbon, Non SU Ruler paper, Hershey Nuggets, Paper Shred
This card was totally inspired/cased from my stamping buddy, Nancy Riley. Her card can be found on her blog iSTAMP, which is HERE. I have always loved this design (SCS Sketch Challenge 187). I will be sad to see this paper retiring soon….
Stamp Set: Define Your Life, Tart and Tangy
Paper: Basic Black, Real Red, Rockabilly, Whisper White
Ink: Basick Black, Real Red, Old Olive
Accessories: Library Clip, Dimensionals, 5/8″ Real Red Grosgrain Ribbon
Last but not least, a little baby gift card holder! Susie first came up with this idea, found HERE. I saw THIS version on Holly McMillan’s blog and LOVED it! I cased it for this month’s 3-D item.
Recipe:Paper: Whisper White, Bashful BlueAccessories: Large Scallop Big Shot Die (bonnet, cut in half) Scallop/1 3/8″/1 1/4″ Circle Punches, Brads, Buttons, Blue Gingham Ribbon
The box is a 4″ x 5″ piece of paper, scored 1″ around the edges, then folded into a box.
I know, some of you are thinking, “if that girl uses Tart and Tangy one more time, I am going to throw up!” I’m sorry, I just can’t help it, I LOVE this set! My great friend’s daughter turned 10 this year. She is a CHERRY-O-HOLIC! So I couldn’t help but use this stamp set to create a gift for her. A few weeks before her birthday, her mom sent me this picture of her eating a cherry. She had no idea what I was brewing for her birthday, so HOW FITTING that it worked into my gift! LOL The cherry goodies were found at JoAnn’s. They are in the dollar bin. They are really nice plastic covered notebooks with cherries all over them. Pencils, coasters (some coasters have gingham like the one above, some have cherries over them), glass cleaner cloth, coupon book, LOTS of stuff!! Wish I would have found these during the Tart and Tangy promotion!! I also included in the gift some socks with cherries all over them (found those at Walgreens!) and Walgreens also carries cherry-shaped gummy candies, that look IDENTICAL to the cherry stamp (stemp and all!) I get a little carried away with theme gifts…..this was so fun to put together! ,
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