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We BEE Stamping TEAM Blog Hop Season of Giving


Welcome to our December Team Blog Hop.  

I am going to share a cute Treat Bag with a fold over flap.  There are so many ways to make bags, but I found this one to be a bit different with the flap.  It is a great size too 3 x 4 x 2.  The bag does narrow at the top but you can easily fit a gift card, chocolates like Hershey kisses and a bit of paper shred for some fun.  What a great little treat bag. 

I am featuring the super cute Beary Christmas suite collection.  


I used Boho Blue card stock for the base of the bag

Cutting and Scoring:

  • card stock is 8 x 10-1/2
  • on the long side, score at 3", 5", 8" and 10"
  • on the short side, score at 2" on each side
  • Designer Series Paper Pieces are:
    • 2 pieces at  2-3/4 x 3-3/4
    • 1 piece for the flap at 1-3/4 x 2-3/4

Using the Very Best Trio punch, round the corners of what will be the flap and the 1-3/4 x 2-3/4 DSP.  Here is what you card stock should look like after you have cut and scored. The left side will be the bottom of your bag.  You can slightly angle in your bottom cuts.  


Here is a little side angle.  See how I pinched the sides to close the bag?  Then fold over the flap to close, then wrap linen thread around several times to close.  

#stampwithlisabrown #polarbear

I used the Memories & More card pack along with the 2" Circle Punch to create a little tag. 

I hope you liked my project today.  No be sure to click Next to see what Karen Burke has to show us or Back for Linda Bauwin.




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We BEE Stamping TEAM Blog Hop So Grateful


Welcome!  Thank you for stopping by our We BEE Stamping Team Blog Hop.  This month's theme we have name "so grateful".  I don't think we always take the time to think about all the things we are grateful for.  It is easy to go to that bad place, so let's take a minute; close your eyes and think of your grateful list.  I will give you a few of minute before I share my project. 

My Grateful List:

  • My family.  I have such a close and blessed relationship with my dad.  I count my blessings every day
  • Good friends.  I have so many friends new and old.  My friend Maggie and I have been in each other's life since 1st grade!
  • My home.  I am proud to have a good roof over my head
  • My stamping family and friends.   I have made such wonderful connections through stamping.  I'm so grateful each and every one. 

Thank you for letting me share a bit of me.  Let's take a look at my project... 


What says it better for this time of year and being grateful than the All About Autumn suite collection.  I cannot get enough of it, and my favorite 2023-2025 In Color called Moody Mauve.  

So I have used Moody Mauve for the card base with a 4-1/8 x 5-3/8 piece of the DSP All About About.  Look at that foil! 

I then cut another piece of DSP (the leaves) 2-7/8 x 4-1/4 and used Basic White for a mat that is 3 x 4-3/8.

I inked the leaf stamp in Moody Mauve ink then added Mossy Meadow to the edges with a sponge dauber. 

So let's buzzzzz on ahead and see what Karen Burke over at Razzle Dazzle Ink is sharing today:


Don't forget you can go back and see Linda Bauwin over at Stamping with Linda to see her project share again:


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We BEE Stamping TEAM Blog Hop Fall Is In The Air


Welcome to our We BEE Stamping Team Blog Hop.  We are celebrating fall and... Fall Is In The Air.  Warm days and cool nights are here and I can't wait to see the leaves full of color.  What's more perfect than using the All The About Autumn suite collection!  This suite is amazing. 

#allaboutautumn  #stampwithlisabrown

I used the Deckled Rectangle dies for the frame, the largest and third largest.  I also used the 2nd largest to cut the DSP out so it fits perfectly under the frame.  Run the frame through the Distressed Tile 3D embossing folder before adding to card with dimensionals. 

The All About Autumn Designer Series Paper is Awesome!  The photographic side depicts the perfect fall scenery while the other side is full of foil accents.  Take a closer look at the leaves.  The green maple leaf is from the DSP foil side while the veins on the other leaves is from another side.  I think it adds just that perfect shine. 

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I hope you like my project this month.  You can shop the products below. 

Be sure to buzz on over to see what Karen Burke has created.  Or buzz on back to Linda Bauwin for a second look. 

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Be see sure check on Tuesday for a big announcement for the month of October. 

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We BEE Stamping Team Blog Hop New Mini Catalog Highlights


Welcome back to our team blog hop.  This month we are highlighting the new mini catalog that goes live September 6, 2023.   

The mini catalog consists of several different themes of product; fall, Christmas, Halloween, and some general products.  I have to say, some of the ribbon and embellishments are among my favorites!

Here's a sneak peak of some of the papers, ribbon and embellishments. 

I'm sharing the All About Autumn Suite Collection (#162193).  There is so much in this suite that I had a hard time using each item.  The ribbon is a combo pack so you on see one of them and I did not use the embossing folder.   I used a few of the New 2023-2026 In-Colors:  Copper Clay, Moody Mauve, and Wild Wheat. 

#creativecardcloset  #stampwithlisabrown  #allaboutautumn

Again, the catalog starts in a few days, September 6, 2023.   Reach out to me if you need a copy.  


Now, let's Buzzzzz on over to see what Mary Ann Rossiter has to share....


And don't forget to Buzzzz on back to see Linda Bauwin's shared...


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We BEE Stamping Team Blog Hop - Simple Stamping


Welcome to our August Team Blog Hop.  This month we are featuring Simple Stamping, so I took that to heart and went back to the basics of Stamps, Ink and Paper!

I have to projects to show you, but you can do with literally any stamp set.  I did find that lighter ink colors work best for the background as even the two light colors I chose, gave some great color. 


#creativecardcloset #everlastingbeauty

The blue is Balmy Blue, ink and card stock.  I used Stampin' Up! acrylic Block D to mount my image on so I used Block D to create the background.  I just inked the whole block with my ink pad and stamped it onto my white paper.  

I do have to say... definitely use our Foam Mat when stamping the inked block onto your paper. 


#creativecardcloset #coffeewithfriends

For this one, I turned the direction of my card and added a mat layer of card stock, which is Petal Pink.  Petal Pink is also what I inked Block E with to create the background.  I like how this one filled up a lot of the white card stock.  The card base is the New In Color Moody Mauve.  It is such a great color.  

See.... I told you, can not get more basic and Simple than that.  Now, you can always bling up your card, add some ribbon, or do some fussy cutting of images, but a handmade card is always appreciated, no matter what it looks like.   

I hope you like my projects but....

Please Bee sure to Buzzzzz on over to Karen Burke's page to see what she has created!


And don't forget you can Buzzzz on back to see Linda Bauwin's creation again.


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We BEE Stamping TEAM Blog Hop - Creative Backgrounds


Thank you for joining our team blog hop.  This month we are featuring creative backgrounds, which I'm very excited about.  I have not done a creative background in awhile, so it was nice to think outside the box for a minute. 

Now the card itself is very simple, but that is because I did not want to take away from the beauty of the background.  I hope you like it.  Also, I have not used Watercolor Paper in a long time, nor the Gilded Leafing flakes.  

#stampwithlisabrown #watercolor #gold #marble

(I just had to show you how reflective and shiny the gilded leafing flakes really are)

  • My ink colors are Fresh Freesia, Soft Sea Foam and Flirty Flamingo. 
  • I fully saturated my watercolor paper with water in my spritzer, put several drops of reinker of each color, and spritzed more water. 
  • Keep a paper towel handy to catch pooling and run off water. 
  • You can quickly dry with the heat tool.

Using Multipurpose liquid glue, I drew lines all over and then covered with the gilded leafing flakes.  Its a bit messy but I always love how projects shine.  I covered the Happy Birthday and Stars dies with glue and flakes too as I wanted everything in gold to match.  

Hint:  My Embossing Additions Tool Kit was a huge help in keeping the mess of the flakes to a minimum!  Tweezers to hold my dies cut down, brush to scrub away the extra flakes and a tray to catch (almost) all of it in.  

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I am excited to see what other team members have created!  Buzzzz on over to StampinMak to see what she has for you...


Don't forget you can go back to Linda Bauwin to revisit her project...


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