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3D Bag - Fine Art Floral

Welcome to my SAVI Sunday 52:  a 3D Bag project today, featuring the Fine Art Floral Suite. 

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For the bag, you will need two sheets of 12 x 12 Designer Series paper.

  • with your design facing upright, score across the top at 3/4, 1-5/8 and 2-5/8"
  • all other sides, score at 2-1/2"
  • do this with both sheets of paper
  • make sure to fold and burnish all your scored lines
  • one sheet:  cut out or eliminate all four corners
  • one the second sheet: 
    • cut out/eliminate both corners with the multiple score lines just as you did on the first sheet. 
    • then, turn your paper so the three score lines are at the top.
    • at the bottom corners, cut on score lines from the sides and miter the cut
    • this will create a tab at the bottom two corners
    • trim those tabs down by half (no precise measurement needed)
  • layer both sheets of paper in front of you, having the design that you want on the outside of your bag facing the table and having the three score lines facing in opposite direction.

Maybe this part will be easier to see on MY VIDEO.  Take a watch. 

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TAG:  you will need some Basic White CS, piece of DSP piece of Art Floral Acetate, scraps of Basic White for label and words, and Mossy Meadow

  • Basic White cut 2-7/8 x 5"
  • Fine Art Floral DSP  and Acetate both cut 2-3/4 x 4-3/4" (adhere acetate to DSP with glue dots)
  • Die Cut label from Fine Art Floral DSP.  I used Tasteful Label Dies
  • Die cut leaves from Mossy Meadow CS
  • Stamp floral image with Melon Mambo (2-step stamping), then with VersaMark Ink, Heat & Stock Powder, heat then add Gold Gilded Leafing and die cut
  • As the floral will be too pink, I used the Blending Brushes to blend Poppy Parade ink over top.
  • Adhere leaves and flower to label
  • Stamp words in Black Memento ink and die cut from Floral Gallery Dies, use Mini Dimensionals to adhere

I had so much fun creating this one.  Give it a try and let me know how yours turns out!

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Love You Always Treat Boxes

SAVI Sunday 45 - Stamping & Various Inspirations

Todays episode is geared around the Love You Always Suite Collection and the TREAT BOXES

So I have to admit, I had trouble putting these boxes together.  Join my Facebook page Stamp with Lisa Brown and check out the replay from my Wednesday January 13th Live.  Ugh!  I just could not figure it out and to be honest, being on a live video did not help.  Ha! Ha!

I figured it out and did a quick video for you all to know how too.  It is actually quite easy once you know how.  I also created a another box using more of the fabulous Love You Always Specialty Designer Series Paper and Forever & Always Bundle.  Both are in the Suite Collection.  

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To cover the box sleeve, I cut two (2) pieces of Specialty Designer Series Paper to 1-3/8 x 4" and then two (2) pieces 2-5/8 x 4"

This video will show you how I formed the Treat Box and then decorated.  Make sure to keep reading to see my other projects and A TIP!

Here are my projects from my Wednesday, January 13th Live:  

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  • TIP
    • cut your DSP into 4 x 12" strip
    • cut your pieces to decorate the treat box
    • use the left over piece to make a coordinating card!
  • You can decorate 3 treat boxes and make 3 coordinating cards out of one 12x12 DSP

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  • Basic Black card base 5-1/2 x 8-1/2"
  • True Love DSP cut 4-1/8 x 5-3/8"
  • Love You Always SPDP 3-1/2 x 4"
  • Words stamps on Basic White 3/4 x 2-3/4"
  • Black Heart came from the heart die cut I put on the box

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SAVI Sunday- Episode 44 - Planning for 2021

Welcome 2021!  And my first SAVI (stamping & various inspirations) Sunday Video of the new year.  I hope you rang in the New Year in a quiet and fashion, just like I did.  My hope is that we all have a better 2021 and I am anxious to see what it will bring. 

Who is with me on being a little old fashioned?  I love using paper calendars/organizers.  To me, there is nothing like being able to quickly flip through some pages to find what I am looking for and seeing is it written out.  I am just old fashioned when it comes to that.  The organizers I purchase have a clear front pocket so I decided to do some easy decorating and show off some brand new, upcoming Stampin' Up products!

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New Products used available January 5, 2021: 

  • Golden Garden Designer Specialty Acetate # 154557
  • Fine Art Floral Designer Series Paper # 154558
  • Fine Art Ribbon # 154561

(can't link pictures before January 5th of new products....so coming soon!)

Starting January 5, 2021 is our 2021 January - June Mini Catalog and Sale-a-Bration.  Keep watch for links to those items and catalogs on that day!

  1. The Acetate and DSP paper are cut to the same size. 
  2. The acetate is laid over the DSP and lines up perfectly to the DSP images.  How cool is that. 
  3. I die cut 2021 out of Gold Foil using the Playful Alphabet Dies and glued to the DSP
  4. Take an approximately 13" piece of ribbon, tie to top spin
  5. Slide on an Antiqued Slide Element and tie a know at end of ribbon 

This was just another fun way to use Designer Series Paper.  I will enjoy seeing it every time I pull out my calendar. 

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Chapstick Holder - SAVI Sunday 42

Hello there crafters.  Do you find your, in the last few days to Christmas, needing a little stocking stuffer or gift for a teacher, neighbor, or coworker?  Wrap up your Chapstick's in this cute, little holder to make them festive. Using larger scrap pieces of Designer Series Paper is a fun and easy way to dress these up for gift giving.

The majority of products I used today are included in our Year-End Closeout Sale!  So let's take a look...

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The are just so cute!  Here is the cutting and scoring dimensions you need to create your own:

  • Card stock
    • cut at 2" x 4"
    • score all four sides at 5/8"
  • Designer series Paper
    • cut at 2-3/4" x 3-1/2"
    • score on 3-1/2" side at:  3/4", 1-3/8", 2-1/4" and 2-7/8"

Watch my SAVI Sunday Video here or click below to see the easy assembly instructions.

Close-up picture of holder made with the Wonder of the Season Specialty Designer Series Paper:   This paper is 50% off right now, with our year end sale, value until January 4, 2021 or until supplies last.  Jingle Bells are only $2.50.  And the cording is from the Wonder of the Season ribbon combo pack which is also 50% off.  

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The other three Chapstick holders were made with products from the Most Wonderful Time Product Medley, which is also on the year-end sale list!   The medley comes with stamps, coordinating dies, tinsel ribbon, star embellishments and a pack of 6x6 DSP with foil pieces and a ton of stickers.  

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Spend $50.00 in product with me in December, using Hostess Code:  SDEMF774 and receive a goody from me!

 

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SAVI Sunday 41 - Candle Gift Holder

Welcome to my SAVI Sunday - Episode 41:  Candle Gift Holder

Here is a unique gift holder for the holidays, or any occasion.  Lots of my friends and family love candles and what a great little gift or stocking stuffer.  This one here is going to co-workers and features a candle from a local store from here in North East Ohio, Root Candles.  You should check them out.  If you live local, their store is a must see!

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Here is what you need to create this gift box:

  • 2 pieces of Merry Merlot cardstock cut to 7-1/2 x 11"
  • score both pieces of cardstock the same:
    • on 11" side, score at:  3", 6-1/2", and 8-1/4 (then quarter turn counter clockwise)
    • on 7-1/2" side, score at:  3-1/2" and 7"
  • fold paper back on top score line and make tiny score marks along the fold
  • tiny score marks are at 1-3/8", 2-1/8", 4-7/8" and 5-5/8"
  • we will need 4 pieces of Designer Series Paper each 3-1/4" x 3-1/4".  I used Plush Poinsettia Plush Paper to decorate outside of box
  • Tag:  Whisper White cardstock 1" x 2-3/4
  • Tag:  Merry Merlot cardstock 1-1/4" x 3"

Now you have to watch my VIDEO to see the rest of the scoring and cutting instructions. 

 



I have to give credit to blogger Darby over at "Rejoice and Create" for this fabulous idea.  I just loved, what she calls a flare top gift box, that I wanted to try for myself.  Darby have a diagram of the cut and score instructions too. 

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