Another reason I LOVE Stampin’ Up is because you can DECORATE using your projects!
The first photo shows a project I made awhile ago, remember this post HERE?
I added the Valentine coffee cup candle to my 3-tier tray and it fits perfectly with the theme!
This tiered tray is one of my favorite decorating piece! I like to throw my small holiday items on there to make a centerpiece for my table! Many people ask me where I got my tray. Check out Painted Fox Home, they have the cutest decor items and a lot of different sizes and colors of these tiered trays!
Here’s a photo of my coffee niche, that I also decorate seasonally. You can see the smaller tiered tray on the right side. Can you tell I’m obsessed with Rae Dunn?
Just having a little fun with the holidays! Thanks for letting me share!
Come join me for a class, let’s get creative!
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I have to share with you my inspiration for my card for the blog hop yesterday! I just received my coffee bar, made by Sam Burba here in AZ. Didn’t he do a great job? This will be so fun to decorate for the seasons, as well! Can you see my paper succulents in the bottom right niche? (The niche lights up as well). I love it! My coffee is hidden behind the door on the left side. The top and left are made of cement!
If you haven’t already received the July Tutorial Bundle, I recommend you get that! There are many beautiful projects in this amazing bundle! You can read more about it HERE, and find out how you can receive it!
We designers also offer a bloghop, showcasing a different project but using the same products we used in the PDF that you can earn or purchase. This is what I came up with, featuring the stamp set Coffee Cafe and Coffee Cups Framelits (you can save 10% if you order them together!) The shelf and awning are 3-D, but will fold down nicely so you can fit it into an envelope.
The bottom panel is 4 1/4″ x 2 3/4″ and scored at 2″. The awning is 4 1/4″ x 2″, and scored at 3/8″ and 1″. On one edge, die cut a scalloped edge using Seasonal Layers Thinlits.
Hope you enjoy this project! Hop on over to the next blog, which is Kylie Bertucci’s!
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