Monday, November 14, 2011

Three Easy Pieces

Just a quick post today---I thought I’d share a couple- well, three small projects I made. 
Recently on SCS, there was a challenge to make these quick little treat holders using a 6x6 piece of DP.  The link to Wendy’s instructions are here.  Here’s one I whipped up using Spice Cake DP and Gift Givers---and I mean I whipped it up FAST!:
I used the Two Tags diecut to lap over the opening and a little half-circle of velcro to keep it closed!  It holds a Reece’s peanut butter cup just perfectly!  Yum!  Gift Givers is the set I used.
I recently did a stamp camp for two sweet friends and we had a blast!  There were nine stampers all together and they loved the cards we made.  As a hostess gift, I made one of these Post-it Note holders for each of my friends:
One used ruffled ribbon, the other velveteen; such pretty colors together!   Day of Gratitude, Bring on the Cake & Teeny Tiny Wishes are the sets.
Last, I had some leftover 8 1/2” x 2 1/2” Real Red scraps from square cards I had made, so I made a real quick little 3-D mini Christmas card with the Pennant Parade set and the coordinating punch:
Three trees were stamped, punched, folded in half and adhered together, then mounted on an oval of Frostwood Lodge plaid paper—from my MDS download!  Woohoo!  Such a sweet little country-style card!  Thanks for visiting today! 
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Oh, playing in the sink with bubbles is SO much fun!  Especially when you try to eat them!


kat said...

Oh, it looks like your dgd is soooo much help! hehe AND your projects are darling but I just get such a kick out of that little cutie of yours! Most of my grandchildren are in college already and no fun at all!

Bev J. said...

Love all three of your sweet projects. Really like that cute little 3-d tree. Looks like Cassidy is having lots of good clean fun!!

barb mann said...

Love the darling 3-D Tree. Great idea! LeAnne what kind of paper did you use to print the MDS Frostwood Lodge green gingham paper on?? Did you print a sheet 8-1/2" x 11". I'm still trying to figure ways with MDS that really make it a super purchase.

barb mann said...

Whoops one more comment - I forgot to mention how darling little miss Cassidy is these days. She's growing up so fast!

Snowmanlover said...

So cute- both!

tania said...

Love your projects. I am going to CASE the LO of your post it note holders.

Ms. Cassidy is too cute for words, as always.

Linda said...

Wonderful projects. Love the 3D tree.
Eating bubble? I not think that is to yummy. Cassidy sure seems happy about it though. LOL. Oh and how clean her face and hands are!

Linda Fisher said...

I just love your creativity on all three projects. CAS, but very effective! You are a GREAT Grandmother LeAnne! My hats off to Cassidy, but doesn't she have a wonderful Grandmother.