Christmas Keurig Gift Card Holder

How about a Starbucks themed Christmas gift! Who doesn’t like a Starbucks gift card? This project is for sale on my blog. I came up with it last year, and updated it this year with new paper and stamps! Can you see where the gift card goes? It’s in the back of the Keurig machine.

You can find the post to purchase it HERE.

NOTE: The PDF Tutorial for purchase shows the Halloween version. You just have to substitute the current stamps and paper – it’s simple to convert these patterns to whatever season you want!

Here’s another version!

Cleaning Caddy for my Daughter’s Norwex Business

My daughter became a Norwex consultant recently. Because of health issues, she was forced to look for more natural products to use. If you haven’t heard about Norwex, check out her website HERE.

Of course, I had to come up with some sort of paper crafting idea to help launch her business! I came up with a miniature cleaning caddy and replicated some of their popular products. I LOVE making mini things! Her business cards fit on the other side of the caddy

I have a tutorial of the basic caddy in my online store HERE. You can dress it up in whatever way you want!

Have you ever tried Norwex? There are a lot of Norwex products, but I think they are most known for their cleaning products. We’re talking RAGS and water, no chemicals in the cleanup! You have to see it to believe it!

Here’s a video showing “the butter” test. It really works!

Just wanted to share my little paper crafting project and put in a little plug for my daughter!

Valentine’s Day Coffee Gift Card Holder

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Bringing back an oldie! This is one of my all-time favorite gift card holder that I created awhile back. Here it is again with a Valentine’s Day theme for my friend!

You can view a video of how to create this from this post HERE.

The Grinch Treat Pouch

These little treats were so fun to make! I found a tutorial by Beth Rush on how to make The Grinch face HERE. She has easy to follow instructions on her blog. THANKS BETH!

I made the pouch using the larger tag on the Two Tagz Bigz Die. The pouch is made by cutting a 3″ x 9″ piece of cardstock, and scoring the long side in half a 4 1/2″. Fold the cardstock in half, and place this on the die. Place the fold about 1/8″ above the cutting line at the bottom of the tag.

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