Hello, it’s Stacy from Craftaholicmomma up today on the Scrapping for Less blog with more inspiration using Collection One called Big Love from the new May Flavor of the Month Card Kit. The theme this month is “Let’s Encourage One Another”.
There are less than a handful of the Banana Split levels left. If you want to get your hands on one before they’re gone CLICK HERE. You can also pick up some extra coordinating Cardstock HERE.
Today I did not make any cards. I like to make lots of different types of projects.
First I have a mini notebook I recovered with the pattern paper.
Next I made two gift tags with the left over paper from the notebook. No scraps go to waste.
Then I stamped two of the Benny stamps in shrink plastic and colored with Alcohol Markers to make a pair of Benny earrings.
While I had my jewelry findings out I made another pair with the chalkboard hearts after mounting the stickers on red Cardstock that was in the kit. Added another punches heart and a rhinestone heart bling.
Hello, it’s Stacy from Craftaholicmomma up on the Scrapping for Less Blog today with two projects I made with products from Collection 4 of the soon to be released Flavor of the Month Card Kit.
First up I made a checkbook cover. I like to be able to customize my stuff so I thought this was a fun idea. You can get the clear checkbook covers on Amazon HERE.
Next I covered a notepad I had purchased at Dollar Tree. You can purchase the notepads HERE. The notepads measure 4″ x 6″.
If you’d like to make sure you reserve one of these kits in your name (last month they sold out right away) then you’ll want to sign up for a monthly subscription (plus it saves you extra money over the one time purchase price). This kit is absolutely adorable! I am so in love with the papers and stamp sets in this kit.
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Hello, it’s Stacy from Craftaholicmomma up today on the Scrapping for Less blog with a set of Secret Santa Gifts I made for my daughter’s classmate.
My daughter, Emily, is in the 6th grade and this year they are doing Secret Santa. She drew Jacob’s name. We are to do three gifts totaling no more than $7. I had to really get creative to figure this out.
His first gift is a blue water bottle (his favorite color) deck out with his name and geometric shapes cut from vinyl. I put several drink packets in the bottle. I managed to score a dozen water bottles in assorted colors at Walmart when they were on clearance for only 10 cents. So this gift definitely fell within the cost parameters.
His second gift was a can of Pizza flavored Pringles and a bag of M&Ms, also his favorite snack/candy.
His third gift is a composition notebook I decorated with the Doodlebug Winter Wonderland 12×12 Collection pack. I cut his name out using a font preloaded onto my Brother Scan n Cut. I then made an accompanying bookmark which I laminated. I continued on trying to use up my scraps from the notebook so then I made an ornament with the Yeti Doodlebug Doodlepop and banner dies by Gina Marie Designs. I still had one 3×5 scrap left so I made a card for him, revealing who his Secret Santa was.
So all in all I hope he loves his gifts and I think I nailed the $7 cost parameters perfectly.
Here is what I made:
The Composition Notebook
And the little card with matching envelope
Scrapping for Less has all of the Doodlebug Winter Wonderland collection in stock and for below retail prices!!