Archives for January 2016

Bunny and Chic Match Box


Materials needed:

Card stock your choice in color cut 7 7/8″ x 6″

Card stock your choice in color cut 8 1/4″ x 5″

Wood grain stamp set

Chocolate chip, and black ink

Twine your choice in color

Blooming love stamp set

Honeycomb happiness stamp set

Honeycomb embellishment

Bunny die put on white card stock (not Stampin’ Up!)


Yellow and orange markers

Scraps of card stock green and other colors



Tear n tape or sticky strip


Hole puncher

Fringe scissors


Cut card stock 7 7/8′ x 6″ and score all the way around at 3/4″ and 1 1/2″, fold all score lines. Cut up the 4 end scores to the 2nd score line, cut the next one in through two score lines. Turn on the long side and cut down the inner score line to the first score line and then on the outer line to the second score, wedge out the tab and sides. Put tear n tap on all outer flaps and on the opposite side on the tabs and assemble the box bottom.

With the piece of card stock that measures 8 1/4″ x 5″, score with the long side at the top at 3/4″, 3 3/4″, 4 1/2″ and 71/2″. Ink up the wood grain stamp set with chocolate chip ink and stamp on top of this piece of card stock. Then sponge on the ink to darken it. Fold all score lines and then wrap this around the bottom of the box and secure with tear in tape.

3. Stamp the chick color and cut out, if you have a bunny you can add him as well. Cut a piece of green card stock 3″ x 1 1/2″ and fringe the grass with fringe scissors. Add this to the bottom of the box, add the bunny and chic with dimensionals. Embellish the chick with the honeycomb and add Wink of Stella to the bunny. Stamp love you on a piece of card stock, cut out and adhere to the top of the box.

4. Lastly punch two holes in the bottom of the box on the side and add twine for a pull, to open the box.


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January 2016 Paper pumpkin

Do you love surprises? Love being crafty or wish you were? Then paper pumpkin is for you. You can go to and click on paper pumpkin. But meanwhile here is my January paper pumpkin.


(Cased from Tami White)


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Sorry for not blogging

Sorry for not not blogging lately as I have been sick, my son came home and gave use all his bad cold.

Happy stamping Brenda

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Enjoy the Little Things Project Kit

This kir is so awesome, you just make all the pages and each month you have a home Devore piece to display in your home.   


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Botanical builder card

Materials needed:

Card stock, your choice in color cut 11″ x 4 1/4″

Whisper white card stock cut 4″ x 5 1/4″

Black card stock cut 3 3/4″ x 5″

Card stock that coordinates with the first piece cut 4 7/8″ x 3 5/8″

A strip of black card stock cut 1/2″ x 3 5/8″ 

Designer velum cut 3 5/8″ x 2 !/2″

Scraps of whisper white, black, & your base color




Black ink


Big shot

Botanical builder dies


1. Fold over the main color of the card to form the base and adhere to that the next whisper white piece. Then adhere on to that the black piece, and finally the top color piece. Adhere the velum to the small black strip and then adhere the black strip to the middle of the card.

2.  From the botanical builder framelits and your big shot, die cut out the largest flower, the next one smaller and one more smaller from whisper white card stock. Die cut the small 4 petal flower from whisper white, and one in black. Die cut the larger 4 petal flower from back card stock and the one that looks like a snowflake from your base color card stock. Lastly die cut two of the 6 petal small flowers from black cards stock and the funky leaf from black card stock and velum. Adhere these to your card with SNAIL and dimensionals as you see above.

3. Add rhinestones to each flower and then stamp sentiment of  your choice to a piece of whisper white card stock and adhere it

     to the card.


(Cased by Dawn G.)

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