The Stamp Review Crew is back this week with the Sprinkles of Life Edition. In case you haven't hopped with us before, we're a group of Stampin' Up! Demonstrators who hop on the first and third Mondays of each month. What makes us different is that we all use the same stamp set to create our projects. I've said it before but I'll say it again, I'm always amazed at all the different things I find when I hop myself. There is almost never any repetition! If you get off track at anytime during the hop simply click on the banner or the link above and you'll be at The Stamp Review Crew page where you'll find a full list of hoppers.
You may have come from Rochelle Blok's blog, The Stamping Blok. Rochelle is an amazing stamper who lives in Australia! We are located all over the world!
I didn't do a card today, instead I make a couple of little treat projects. The first one was made using the Gift Bag Punch Board. I used a sentiment from Sprinkles of Life and the coordinating punch, the Tree Builder Punch. Take a look...
I turned the cloud or cupcake top into popcorn and buttered at that! I got the buttered look by sponging a little Daffodil Delight ink on the edges. The sentiment was heat embossed on the bag by stamping in White Craft ink and then using White Stampin' Emboss Powder for the embossing. Then I stuck in a Cello Bag filled with some Boom Chick-A Kettle Corn. I could eat that stuff all day!
Next up is a little birthday "sercy", as we call a surprise in South Carolina.
I used the new Glassine Paper and the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits to cut the treat bag. I mis-stamped (Is that a word?) on a Project Life Grid Card and decided to cut it down and use it for the tag. The cupcake bottom was stamped in Early Espresso ink and a Blender Pen was used to pull the color in off the lines. A Watermelon Wonder cupcake top was stamped in Watermelon Wonder ink onto Watermelon Wonder card stock. That was a mouthful, are you full of "Wonder" yet? The same Tree Builder punch I used above easily punched the top out. Stampin' Dimensionals added to the back of it pops it right up onto the cupcake bottom. A few sprinkles and a sentiment and my tag was done. Inside the treat back are some real sprinkles and a candle! Now someone is ready to finish off their cupcake!
Next you'll hop on to the blog of Lisa Young, Add Ink and Stamp. I know you'll find lots of inspiration there.