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Thursday, July 24, 2008

So, I'm At The Dollar Spot In JoAnns...... Weekend Project

Need I say any more????? LOL I wish I could just walk right past that area but no, I just have to "look to see if there is anything new." Well of course there is, there's always something new there. Today it was strawberry stuff. The paper note cube is what caught my eye. And the Stampin' Up! "Tart & Tangy" set came to mind. And I knew I had some decorative papers left too. SO I got them out and my Crop-A-Dile and started to play.

Now this project didn't take long at all. I counted 30 sheet of the strawberry paper and removed them all at once so they would still be stuck together. Then I cut a piece of white cardboard that was in the package of decorative paper. I made it the exact size of the note paper. Then I cut a piece of the red decorative paper the exact same size too. I took a piece of white card stock and used the corner rounder and made my scallop. Now for those of you who pre-ordered the new scallop edge punch this will go much faster for you. I'm waiting to order mine, just didn't have the funds!

I taped the scalloped piece in place with a little bit of tape. I didn't put the tape where I was going to be punching. I didn't want my punch to get all sticky in the holes. It's REALLY hard to clean out. Using alcohol soaked q-tips wasn't on my list of things to do tonight!!! I marked where I wanted the holes to go and punched them with the Crop-A-Dile. Then I took some red grossgrain ribbon and fed it through the holes and tied the bow.

I took the strawberry from the "Tart & Tangy" set and used the Real Red marker on the strawberry and Garden Green on the top of the strawberry. I huffed on it and stamped the image on a piece of white card stock. Then I punched it out with the 1-1/4" punch. I punched out a red circle using the 1-3/8" punch and I used the scallop punch on the Garden Green card stock. I taped them all together and taped it on the cover. Just too quick and very simple. If you want a thicker pad just add more paper but you'll have to punch it separately, the Crop-A-Dile can only punch so many sheets at a time!

These would be a fun Make N' Take, Hostess Gift, Customer Appreciation Gift, Stamp Camp item or even for a Craft Fair.

This item was made entirely of Stampin' Up! products. To view more items made entirely of Stampin' Up! products click here

Thank you SO much for stopping by,
Wanda

9 comments:

Elaine said...

Cute, Cute, Cute!!

Denise ~ Paper Ponderings said...

What a great idea!

Melissa said...

Dang me! So cute!!

Many Blessings,
M.

Anne Marie Peterson said...

Hi Wanda!
This is so "berry" cute!! I just love 3-D's and don't you just love finding treasures when you least expect it?!
Hugs,
Anne Marie
http://didsomeonesaystamp.blogspot.com

Sara Paschal said...

This is a wonderful project. I have never been to the dollar spot there am going to have to check it out when the challenge is over.

sohottstamper said...

OK, your brain works way better than mine. I would have walked right by the same paper and thought, crap I don't need and kept walking...giggles...Very cute holder. VERY CUTE!

sparklystamper said...

Wow, what a great find and a great project!! I'm always stalking the dollar bins but like 'sohotstamper' said, I would have walked right by these. Hmmm, I think DD & I need to stop at Joanne's after Ikea today! LOL!!

Erika M. said...

Don't you just love the dollar spot at JoAnns, Target, Michaels, etc. I always get into so much trouble there. You inspired me to check out JoAnns, and I picked up some of the strawberry papers.

Andrea said...

Very cute! I so hope that Tart & Tangy set makes it into the new catty!