Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Inspired by Stamping 3D project & more

Today I'm giving you a sneak peek of several fantastic new stamp sets by Inspired by Stamping.  The sets will be available for purchase on Friday as well as some fabulous new ribbons, crochet trim and washi tape.  All of the sets coordinate beautifully as you will see with my projects.  I mixed and matched the jar, labels and greetings from 3 of the sets.  Be sure to come back on Friday to get a full view of all images in the sets.

Be sure to leave a comment on Joanna's blog to enter the blog candy give away!  Check out the other girl's projects as well, they are all spectacular!

Deb Hickman
Irit Shalom
Tammy
Debbie
Kendra
Colleen


My first project is a treat box with top and a matching card.  For the step by step instructions, check out the tutorial below.



Treat Box & Apple Card Tutorial
Supplies:
IBS Mason Jars stamp set
IBS Mason Jar Add On stamp set
IBS Mason Jar Add On II stamp set
IBS Crochet ribbon trim
Stampin' Up! Orchard Harvest designer series paper
Early Espresso card stock
Early Espresso ink pad
Raspberry Ripple ink pad
More Mustard ink pad
Small Oval punch
Bird Builder punch
1-3/4" Scallop Circle punch
Decorative Label punch
uni-ball white gel pen
sponge daubers
dimensionals
paper cutter, score board, strong adhesive

Step 1
For box bottom, cut 8" x 6-1/2" early espresso card stock.  On long side, score at 1-7/8", 3-3/4", 5-5/8", 7-1/2".  On short side, score at 1-3/4".  Cut on the score lines up to the 1-3/4" score mark to create the bottom box flaps.  Sharpen score marks.  Glue ends together and secure bottom flaps in place

For box top, cut 8-1/2" x 3-1/2" early espresso card stock.  On long side score at 2", 4", 6", 8".  On short side, score at 1-3/4".  Cut on the score lines up to the 1-3/4" score mark. Glue ends together and secure top flaps in place.

Step 2
To decorate box bottom, cut four 1-13/16" x 4-11/16" pieces of polka dot pattern from Stampin' Up! Orchard Harvest DSP.  To decorate box top, cut four 1-15/16" x 1-11/16" pieces of apple pattern paper.  Cut one 1-15/16" x 1-15/16" apple pattern piece for top of lid.  Glue panels onto sides and box top.

Step 3
Stamp label and greeting with early espresso ink onto green pattern paper.  Cut out and mount onto one side of box lid with dimensional.  Tie a length of crochet ribbon around box with lid and tie a bow at top.

Step 4
For card, cut 6" x 3" polkadot pattern paper and fold in half for base.  Cut two pieces of 2-7/8" x 2-7/8" green patterned paper.  Attach one to inside of card and other to front.  Stamp greeting in lower right corner with early espresso ink.  Cut a strip 3/4" x 2-7/8" out of apple print and attach.  Punch a decorative label out of the cajun craze print.  Attach with a dimensional.  Punch a scallop circle out of mustard print.  Sponge edge with more mustard ink.  Glue onto decorative label.  Punch two small ovals out of polka dot print.  Glue together to make apple.  Sponge around outer edge with raspberry ripple ink.  Punch the branch with Bird Builder punch in green print and attach to apple for stem.  Add highlight on one side of apple with uni-bal white gel pen.  Attach apple with dimensional.                                                               

12 comments:

Deb Hickman said...

Fabulous cards and I love the treat box. Deb xx

Basslady said...

how gorgeous and magnificent!

you did an amazing job!

hugs and kisses from germany,
silvi xoxo

Miriam Prantner said...

Great projects! Love that first set, the glossy apple is wonderful!

~ Kendra ~ said...

Great projects, especially like the 3D box, thanks for the instructions! Will have to try it!! Also like the colorful jar!! Beautiful job!

Colleen Dietrich said...

You've used the Mason Jar in so many neat and clever ways, Kim! I smiled at the jar of berry jam. :) The treat box is oh-so-cool, too!

lisa808 said...

Great cards and box.

Joanna M. said...

I love the treat box Kim! Your cards are so beautiful too! Thank you :)

Lynda said...

Can't go past a good treat box Kim. Love it. Thanks so much for sharing dimensons etc. I wld STILL love to spend a couple of hrs inside your creative mind.

Carol Carriveau said...

Wonderful projects! Interesting to see it is following SU!.

~Tammy~ said...

More amazing projects The box is awesome!

Brenda said...

So creative...love the treat box and the tutorial!

Stampin' with Patti said...

I just love everything you do. Such a creative mind.

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