I am a candy corn fanatic, especially when it comes to decorating!
If you ordered from me last month, the candy corn card is one of 3 different project kits that you received FREE for ordering from my Stampin’ Up website! Included with the PDF was the pattern to make that card! I was inspired by an adorable candy treat my friend and team member gave me. I already ate all the candy (it was an adorable cellophane bag with a candy corn tag) THANKS KIM!
If you want to be included in October’s Creative U. projects, and receive this month’s projects, please click HERE to read about the program! October orders are due by Oct. 10th. If you order after that, then your order will go towards the next month’s kit.
Here’s a video on how to create the card that we made in September Creative U. Be sure to join us next time!
Here’s a smaller version of the treat Kim gave me, it’s a tiny bag with less candy in. YUM YUM! Have you tried candy corn with peanuts? It tastes like a PayDay or a Salted Nut Roll (if you’re from the midwest).
By the way, did you know where candy corn originated from?
The 2020 Cozy Craft Retreat is now available for purchase! ENJOY all of these 22 projects in this tutorial! You can find the link at the bottom of the page to purchase this!
The tutorial includes many photos, easy to read instructions, plus patterns you can print out and products listed that I used. If you place a $75+ order, I will send this tutorial to you for FREE as a thank you for being a valued customer!
This seasonal gnome home decor piece is SO FUN! Change out the item the gnome is holding monthly so you can use this all year round!
Cute little holder for hand sanitizerGlue holder so your glue is always ready to go – no more shaking the glue down so it comes out easier!
Here are the Cozy Craft Retreat Bags that went out to everyone who participated in our Retreat in a Box! They are made with TLC and went so well with our gnome theme this year!
Here is my partner in crime, you wouldn’t believe the HOURS this girl has put in helping me pull this off! She is a gem and means the world to me! There’s NO WAY I could have tackled this without her! Susanna flew in and was at my house for 9 days helping me do more cutting/prepping/stuffing. We had a lot of laughs and fun times while we were working. I love you to pieces Susanna Cunningham!
We ended up making 101 bags/kits! Here they are all ready to go! Hahaha…gotta love my lemon tray in the background amongst Christmas bags. That tray is normally on my kitchen table which was FILLED with other things. LOL
My daughter has a heat press so we were able to do some fabric using that machine. My daughter and her two girls even got put to work! LOL Definitely a family affair!
Here you can see Reese and Stella taking stickers off the back of the fabric so the fabric would adhere to the canvas bags.
Reese took her job so serious! LOL They did a GREAT JOB and loved helping! It took them both about 1 1/2 hours to get all the stickers off!Stella was in charge of snipping the tags off of the bag handle. I purchased these online through Michael’s Craft Store.
Here are all the beards! Purchased this fur online. The trick to cutting out the fur is to cut ONLY the backside where there is fabric and NOT THE ACTUAL FUR!
What is catching your eye today during the one day sale? You can see ALL the stamp sets on sale by clicking HERE:
These are the stamp sets that caught my eye and I ordered today! LOVE THEM! Be sure to use Host Code to the right! THANK YOU!
I’m so happy to announce I have a NEW AREA on my blog filled with the past Classes to Go. These kits have sold out, but you can still purchase the tutorials! If you look at the top of my blog, you will see some tabs. One of them says Classes and Tutorials. Then you will see a dropdown list, just click Classes to Go. In case you are having trouble finding it, I made a graphic to show you below.
Here are some of my favorite projects from some of my past classes.
Be sure to tune in tomorrow to hear about the September Class to Go! I will be on Facebook Live on my Facebook page HERE.
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