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First Fridays Blog Hop Colorful Seasons Mini pizza box with cards

Welcome back everyone!!!!

 

Todays Blog Hop is all about FALL.

Let's see what I have planned for you......

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Today I will be sharing how I made these cute fall 3x3 note cards and matching envelopes.

For my 3D project, we are decorating this cute, cute, cute 3.5 x 3.5 mini Pizza box that can be found in the 2017 Stampin Up Holiday Catalog.

Lets get started!

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Supplies needed:

(4) 3x6 Very Vanilla card stock scored at 3"  (101650 )

(4) 3x3 Envelopes  (145829)

(4) 2.75 x 2.75 Cajun Craze  (119684)

(4) 2.5 x 2.5 DSP Painted Autumn  (144613)

2.25 x 10"  strip of Glimmer paper  (133719) (for intricate leaf die)

2.25 x 2 piece of Very Vanilla card stock (To stamp Leaf for lid)

3.5 x 3.5 Copper Foil  (142020) for lid

3 x 3 Cajun craze card stock

2' Copper Metallic thread (141696)

Garden Trellis embossing folder  (143741)

Mini Pizza box (144645)

Baby wipe / baggie

Soft Sky refill (131161)

Cajun Craze refill (119790)

Lemon Lime Twist refill (144092)

Cajun Craze ink pad (126965)

Tombow liquid glue (110755)

Dimensionals  (104430)

Colorful Seasons Bundle (145348)

 

Layer DSP onto Cajun Craze CS,  Then layer that onto the V.Vanilla scored CS . Do this for all 4 cards.

Cut Glimmer paper with the intricute leaf die.   (Tip) I have found that if you peel the very back layer of the Glimmer paper off,  all of the little pieces come right out and it cuts in one pass through the big shot.  Attach to card fronts using Tombow.

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Take the ink refills, starting with the lightest color and drop a few drops on the baby wipe. Do the same with the rest of the ink refills. Take the solid leaf stamp and lightly press it on the baby wipe then stamp it on on your 2 x 2 piece of very vanilla CS. Repeat this process  and stamp the insides of all 4 cards as well as the fronts of the envelopes.  

Ink the intricate leaf stamp with Cajun Craze and stamp on top of the leaf on the envelopes.

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Now for the Mini Pizza box.....

Glue together the Cajun Craze 3 x 3 onto the Copper foil 3.5 x 3.5. Emboss using the Garden Trellis Embossing folder.

Attach to folded Pizza box using Dimensionals. Attach the Glimmer paper leaf to the top of the solid leaf cut out.

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Wrap the Copper Metallic thread around your hand several times and attach to back of leaf using dimensionals. Attach to box top with dimensionals.

Here is a picture of the Bundle I used.

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This project is very sparkly, and I'm sure anyone receiving it will be very pleased!

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Thank you for checking out my Blog.

Hope to see you back here again!!!!

 

Dawn Griffith

Tracy Bradley

Dee Slater

Michelle Veller

Davette Strange Miller  (YOU ARE HERE)

Debi Galloway    Up Next

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks for spending time with me today!

Until my next Post remember,

"Today is fresh with no mistakes"

Davette,

Your Crafty Stampin Up Demonstrator

nanathequeenofscrap@hotmail.com

My online Stampin Up store

HTTP://Davettesdesigns.stampinup.net

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Debi Galloway

Davette adorable gift set! Love the inking technique.

Dee

Love this gift box and all the great tips and photos! You Rock!

Dawn Griffith

Ooooooo Davette I love love love the way you decorated your box ( love those pizza boxes ) and your cards are so sweet . The Copper is AWESOME! Love all the copper extras really makes it pop ! WHAT!!! OMG! the tip on the Glimmer paper is amazing . I will be trying that . I'm so excited your blogging the world really need to see YOU like we do :)
Hugs
Dawn

Anne Lyons

Love this mini pizza box and card samples. Thank you for sharing your talent and ideas.😊

Gail Scott

Fabulous creations here - love the pizza box and those leaves!

Tracy Bradley

Love those leaves and all of your great tips!

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