Hi Everyone! Luci here with a Sneak Peek from the September 2020 Flavor of the Month Card Kit! The theme is “Orchards and Patches”!
Today I have a Trophy Fun Fold Card for you, be sure to check out the video on how to make it HERE!
Be sure to grab your kit if you’re not subscribed to Scrapping for Less!
There are a bunch of new paper pads over at SFL check them out HERE!
Hello everyone! It’s Beth from Bourbon Creek Crafts here today with a fun little bubble gum treat holder project!
I wanted to create a treat holder for the bubble gum pack that only used 1 sheet of 6×6 paper. I chose to use the Bubbles Galore collection #4 from the August Flavor of the Month Kit. To get a better idea of how to make this, you can watch the full process video HERE.
Start with your 6×6 piece of patterned paper and trim it at 4 inches. You will now have one piece that is 4×6 inches and one that is 2×6 inches. Trim the 2×6 inch piece down to 2×4.5 inches.
Take the 4×6 inch piece and score it at 2 3/4 inches and again at 3 1/4 inches. This creates a little folder that will be the outside of our treat holder.
For the 2×4.5 inch piece, you’ll need to score from side to side at 1/2, 1, 3 1/2 and 4 inches. Then turn the piece and score up from the bottom at 1/2 and 1 inch. You’ll have a set of 4 squares at each of the bottom corners. Trim this off to allow the pocket to fold up cleaner.
Now you can adhere your pocket to the inside of the folder! I used some Art Glitter Glue for this. Then you can embellish the outside. I added some white ribbon similar to what originally came in my August kit to hold the folder closed. Then I finished it off with some ephemera from the Bubbles Galore collection.
Thanks for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed this fun little project and found a new way to use the fun bubble papers in this month’s kit!
Have a crafty day!
Happy Monday All! I thought I’d start the work week off with a chuckle; check out this rooster!!! He’s part of the Country Bubbles stamp set found in Collection 2 in the August 2020 Flavor of the Month Card kit! I love the vintage feel of the pattern paper in this collection and we get some ephemera!!
I decorated the inside of the card with 2 more pieces of ephemera from the collection and stamped one of the sentiments from the Country Bubbles stamp set and the bubble gum pack image, also found in that stamp set.
Stay tuned for more Sneak Peeks throughout the week and the full reveal on Saturday, August 29th at 12:00am (EST) — I know I’ll be staying up late on Friday to see all the inspiration from the Design Team!
I used Collection #1 and made a card using this super cute rubber duckies in the bubble bath image. You can see the full process video HERE.
Be sure to check back each day this week for new sneak peaks of this month’s cute kit! And, follow our blog hop on Saturday, August 29th for lots of inspiration and a more in depth look at the kit!
Thanks for stopping by today! I hope you have a crafty day!
Hello! It’s Beth from Bourbon Creek Crafts here today and I am revisiting the September 2018 Flavor of the Month card kit. I’m focusing on Fall projects this month, so I decided to pull this cute little kit out and have some fun. You can see the full project share video HERE.
I combined collections 2 and 3 to make a cute little Fall themed mini scrapbook album.
I used some 5 1/2 inch square Kraft envelopes to create my album base. I used the patterned papers, cardstocks, stamps and ephemera from the collections to decorate up the album.
From the Let’s Talk About Bees collection, I made 5 cards, 3 of which used the super cute Bumblebee Marci stamp set. I decorated up a mini composition notebook using patterned paper and a piece of ephemera. I also made a post it note pad holder, using the cute beehive paper and ephemera. And, lastly, I was able to make a little tag using up the scraps from this collection.
I loved this Amber Moon collection from Prima! It’s so pretty! I made 7 cards and a couple of lunch box cards to use up the scraps.
I had one piece of scarecrow ephemera left and since it had sunflowers on it (sunflowers are my favorite), I made a little decor piece using a small wooden block I had on hand. I managed to pool scraps from all the collections together to get one more full size card and one more lunch box note.
Thanks for stopping by today! I had a lot of fun with this collection and the paper was all so pretty! I hope you can find some inspiration to use up an older kit in your stash as well! Have a crafty day!
Hello Everyone! Today I am making a chocolate treat sleeves using the pattern paper “Tropical Fruit” from Collection 3 by SFL! First thing I needed to do was trim down the pattern paper to 1″ x 3″ pieces. I then wrap the pieces of paper around each chocolate. I don’t recommend liquid glue unless you want to hold them while they dry.
Once all of my chocolates are covered with the pattern paper, I trimmed down some card stock to 2″ x 6 1/4″ to put into the cellophane bag. It gives some stability for your treat sleeve. For extra support, you could score each side at 1/8″ on each (long) side so there is a “wall” on each side. The clear, cellophane bags I am using I purchased at a local big chain craft store. (They are advertised as covered pretzel bags.)
Once my treat sleeves are done, I need a tag for each. I used the smallest tag die I had available to make my tags. I die cut a tag from 110lb white card stock and then die cut some pattern paper. I adhered the pattern paper onto the white tag “base” and then used the bottom half of the tag to trim some more pattern paper to put on the bottom of the tag. I thought it would look fun to have 2 patterns. To separate the patterns, I added a strip of white card stock. This was also a great place to add our “to” and “from”.
I hope you enjoyed this fun, papercrafting project. I love to make these chocolate treats. They are a fun way to use pattern paper scraps and they make great little treats for family, friends and co-workers without spending a lot of money.
If you’d like to see the process video CLICK HERE!
Have a Great Day — I hope you enjoy and get inspired.
I’m loving this collection!!! The Tropic Vibes paper is absolutely gorgeous. Today I am using 3 different patterns to create my card. I used a scrap piece I cut in half for the far right and left pieces. The middle piece was a larger scrap that I wanted to use up as well. The flamingo sits on the ombre pattern paper that was die cut using the mod die from the banana split pack in the kit. My featured image is from the Tropic Vibes Ephemera.
The inside of the card I used the Happy Birthday sentiment and flamingo image from the Tropic Vibe stamp set. I used RV14 and RV10 to add some pink to the flamingo.
Thank You for stopping by today. I hope you enjoy and get inspired!