Hey there Paper Peeps! Ginny here to share a really special new project that I created with beautiful trims from Really Reasonable Ribbon, and the new Time to Flourish from Graphic 45. The funny thing is..I usually pass up the unpainted wood section at the craft store…but I had a coupon lol….and I’m so happy I did because this project is now my favorite Christmas project that I’ve made!!
Hey there Paper Peeps! Hope you are enjoying your holiday weekend so far. I’m just dropping in to share the fun project we will be creating in class this week. It’s a vintagy inspired Halloween Tag Book in a Box. I loaded it up with layers of patterned papers, vintagy holiday images, and super fun and festive embellishments.
Isn’t it spooktacular? I really had so much fun adding these embellishments! The box will be a great addition to seasonal decor…and family and friends can enjoy viewing the pictures and memories.
I’ve chosen really yummy ribbons to make scrumptious bows. All different…but coordinated.
Isn’t that the cutest little guy?
The backs of the tags all have pumpkin colored cardstock embossed with a spiderweb pattern!
Tuesday Night Peep Vicky wanted to work on Halloween projects and Peep Bobbie wanted vintage and cute. I think this will make them both happy : ) There are a few kits available: Halloween Tag Book in a Box. Will begin shipping Sept 6th.
Okay Peeps that’s all for me. I hope you enjoy your holiday. I’ll be spending mine taking and processing elebenty hundred pics. My hubby got me a remote for my camera so my day will be a whole lot better. I’m hoping to kick this sinus headache soon…ahhhh Michigan weather strikes again. Wishing you all a happy and productive day with lot’s of time to be creative : ) G
I’ve got lot’s of great goodie bags loaded up with some fabulous paper crafting supplies. Paper, ribbons, printed images, tinsel, charms, glittery ornaments, and twine….all packaged up pretty as you please in a fun polka dot middy bag!
Patterned papers, all 4 x 6 inches, great for cards, tags, scrapbooking…or an type of paper crafting.
Printed images…all cut out and ready to get crafty with.
Tinsel and twine….glittery ornaments, festive tiny clothespins, and itty bitty charms.
And we can’t forget ribbon…gotta have that!
There’s a full 70 pieces in this chock full of festive fun kit…..I can just image making labels for homemade treats, tags to add to your kiddos lunches so they know you miss them while they’re away at school, cards, gift tags and maybe a little holiday banner?
Best of all…these are all ready to ship quick…so you get them in plenty of time to get your craft on before the big day!
Click the link to get the scoop on all the fabulous goodies in the bag and get one for yourself ( or two) lol.
Have you ever found a trim that was just so right you had to have it???? Then create an entire project around it??? Yep me too lol. For me it was this candy cane striped tinsel trim….swoon…loved it….had to have it!!!!! So it inspired me to create a super sweet traditionally styled Jolly Santa Banner. For the Tuesday Chicks…..surprise….this is what we are making in class next week. You better be ready to work!!!!
I started with pretty paper patterns, added loads of Stickled vintage images, clothes pins, clips, bows, and the fabulous tinsel trim!!!! Thanks for the suggestion from Peep Bobbie for a traditional project : ) I really love how it turned out…..especially how it looks hanging over the cream colored bead board of the bookcase at the end of the island in my kitchen.
There are a limited number of kits available for those of you want to create the banner but can’t make the class. Click the Etsy link to hop over to the listing.
Okay that’s it or today…..I’m off to prepare to join our family and friends to watch our Niece Crystal become the wife of her soul mate Brad. Should be a lovely ceremony and reception. I hope you all enjoy a happy and productive day and find some time to be creative : ) G
After printing the images…I added lot’s of Stickles and inks then layered them on some larger tags I had in the stash. These bows are sa-weet. I also added some little goodies to embellish them like flowers, buttons, and snowflake pins.
I’ve got a nice big pile left to embellish. I think these will make fabulous tags that can be on a gift…then taken off to hang on the tree to make a keepsake ornament. Or maybe to label a homemade treat? Or a banner????
Here is the sheet of images:
This sheet is available for instant download. Click HERE to get a sheet of your own to make fabulous holiday projects with. The image does not have the large black border when printing. Many of the great vintage images I used to create this collage are from Graphic’s Fairy : ) Gotta love em!
I’ve got two fabulous things to share today…one a surprise gift I got a few weeks ago from a super talented and super sweet new friend from Florida. And the other is a new freebie printable.
Jeanne Marie sent me this beautiful vintagy Halloween cone that she embellished and filled with goodies and treats : ) She is so generous I just had to share my gifty with everyone. Let me start out by saying…..cones are not so very easy to get pics of : / So there are lot’s of pics so I can capture the details.
Here it is hanging from the hutch in my kitchen.
She added layered paper rosettes and fun fringy trims. Can you see all the inking she did on the metal cone? Fabulous!
On the back there’s lot’s and lot’s of trims, a giant spider and black bling.
So many layers….swoon!!!!!
Say hello to my little friend….lol These little treats were packed inside the cone.
Not sure yet whats in this package…it’s too cute to open. I love that black glitter on the paper rosette.
Thank you, thank you, thank you Jeanne Marie for this wonderful surprise…it’s become a cherished part of my holiday decor…and I’ll be thinking of you every year when I decorate my home for the holidays : )
Last but not least….here’s another freebie printable from me to you. I kinda love it…I hope you do too!
Still haven’t got the in house IT dept to show me how to turn these into a jpeg…so for now you can just right click on it and save it to a file to print. For personal use only please….do not reproduce this image for items you intend to sell or add it to a digital collage sheet. That would make me sad : ( many of the elements here are from Graphic’s Fairy.
Okay…that‘s it for me….I hope you all enjoy a happy and productive day and find some time to be creative.
I’ve whipped up another collage sheet this week with some fabulous tags for the 12 days of Christmas. They’re all in a vintage style and have adorable children on postal tags, holly, and fancy numbers. I can just see these strung all together and made into a festive banner for your mantle. Or for any type of paper crafting like cards, scrapbooking, or tags. Use them to label a handmade goody or as the perfect gift tag for a special gift.
They are available for instant dowload by clicking HERE.
I can’t wait to get to the shop and make something fabulous out of mine!!!!
Last week I created this collage sheet:
After I printed it I created this banner with it:
So you can see that one sheet of tags is enough to make a nice large project with!
I hope you all have a happy and productive day and find some time to be creative : )G