I’ve gotten a lot of mileage out of these apple cider treat packets. I’ve given them out at a team meeting and at a host of events throughout the month of September. They were so easy to put together. This packet uses Stampin’ Up!’s Harvest Hellos stamp set and coordinating Apple Builder Punch. What’s cool about this set and punch is that it can be both an apple and a pumpkin. That makes it very versatile.
Here are the steps I used:
1. Garden Green card stock cut at 6 inches x 3 1/2 inches, scored at three, and folded. Stapled sides.
2. Adhered a piece of Designer Series Paper sized 3 1/4 by 2 3/4 to front of packet. I used Stampin’ Up!’s Garden Lane Designer Series Paper here.
3. Next, I adhered a circle from the Sttiched Shapes framelits die cut from Garden Green.
4. I stamped the apple in Garden Green ink onto Mint Macaron card stock and added the sentiment from Country Home. Punched it out using the Apple Builder Punch.
5. Added an Early Espresso stem and a Mint Macaron leaf from the punch.
6. Popped it all up with a dimensional.
I found the the cider packets at the local Fry’s grocery store here in Mesa.
Thanks for stopping by today. Please let me know if you have questions. See the list of ingredients below.
In just a little more than three weeks, the trick or treaters will be wearing their costumes, looking cute, and having fun! Halloween is a festive fall tradition for all. We’re celebrating a bit today with Stampin’ Up!’s Boo to You stamp set with this card created by Niki Green.
She stamped the image with Memento Ink on a rectangle cut with the Stitched Rectangles. She colored the monster with Granny Apple Green Stampin’ Blends. It’s layered on black card stock and then on a fun piece from the Monster Bash Designer Series Paper.
It’s a quick, easy card for any and all Halloween lovers!
I appreciate you stopping by today! Let me know if you have questions!
I don’t know if there’s anyone who enjoys Halloween more than the creator of today’s card! Shelley McVey is one of my team members, and she is crazy about this holiday and everything associated with it. She created this fun card using a variety of products from Stampin’ Up!’s Holiday Catalog.
I’m especially intrigued with her creative use of the Coffin Treat Boxes. She cut one up, traced it onto black card stock, and used Shimmer White embossing powder to decorate it. She also added some fun elements from past catalogs including the punched bats and the Pumpkin Pie Glimmer Paper.
The graphics below show all of the products Shelley used to create this “wicked” Halloween card. Click on any of the graphics to shop from my online store 24/7.
I’m sure I’ve said this before: I love so many things in Stampin’ Up!’s Holiday Catalog. I started playing with the Snowman Season Bundle, and I’m hooked. The stamp set has a coordinating Snowman Builder Punch and really fun Designer Series Paper — Let It Snow.
The Snowman on this card was punched directly from the Designer Series Paper. I included a hat punched from Black Foil and a background with the Real Red Glimmer Paper. You can also punch a hat design directly from the Let It Snow Designer Series Paper.
Order the punch and the stamp set together and receive a 10 percent discount on the bundle. Also, through September 30, I’m offering free shipping on all orders more than $30. Order directly from my online store at kimquade.stampinup.net or contact me directly to place your order. When you order online, I’ll send you a check to reimburse for your shipping costs. This is a great opportunity to get a few of the items on your wish list.
See the graphics below for a list of the products I used on the card. Please contact me if you have questions.
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