Here we are at Stamp Review Crew's fourth Blog Hop! Are you ready to see some fun creations today? You will have hopped here from Martha Stewart's blog Seasons of Stamping. She always has something fun to share. If you get off course during your hop the full line up is found at the end of my post.
I used Chalk Talk for a tag on a Muslin Bag. Take a look....
Using Versa Mark the tag image was stamped onto Real Red Card Stock and then heat embossed with Whisper White Stampin' Emboss Powder. Then I used the fine tip end of a Real Red Stampin' Write Marker and drew around the banner portion of the tag, stamped it on Whisper White Card Stock and trimmed it out. Using the heart and "X" from Countless Sayings I, I stamped the heart and "X" on the tag which was so easy to do with the photopolymer stamps! The Real Red Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon was tied around the cord on the Muslin Bag but I left the cord where they can be easily untied. I know you want to see what's inside this bag so here you go...
The bag becomes a Tic-Tac-Toe board. I easily made the Tic-Tac-Toe board using My Digital Studio. All I had to do was choose a line from the Freeform option and increase its width and change the color to Real Red. I duplicated the line three times and spaced them to form the board, printed it out on Iron-on Transfer Paper and then applied it to the bag. The Tic-Tac-Toe markers are...can you guess? Simply Pressed Clay! Little balls were rolled, pressed and allowed to dry. The heart and "X", from Countless Sayings, were stamped right onto the clay markers. They're nice and light weight and don't take up much room so you could always sneak a little something sweet into the bag too before you give it to your special someone!
Stampin' Up! Supplies:
Stamps: Chalk Talk & Countless Sayings I
Paper: Real Red & Whisper White Card Stock
Ink: Real Red, Versa Mark
Tools: Big Shot, Chalk Talk Framelits, Heat Tool
Tiddbits: White Stampin' Emobss Powder, Real Red 1/4" Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon, Simply Pressed Clay, Muslin Bag
I wish I could take credit for thinking up this project but I was inspired by this post on the Silhouette Blog here. When I saw it I immediately thought I could recreate it using Stampin' Up! products.
Thanks for hopping by my blog today. Next you'll hop on to Kerry Willard Bray's projects at Peonies and Paper Chains. It's always exciting to see what Kerry has created!
- Heidi Baks runningwscissorsstamper.blogspot.com
- Cindy Beach stampspaperandink.typepad.com/
- Adriana Benitez escape2stamp.com
- Tanya Boser tinkerin-in-ink.blogspot.com
- Debra Burgin heartfeltinkspiration.com/
- Jill Coleman jillstamps.com/
- Mike Funke stampin-style.typepad.com
- Shana Gaff stressfreestamping.blogspot.com
- Yapha Mason yaphamason.com
- Mary Rindal maryrindal.com/
- Ann Schach stampinchic.com/
- Martha Stewart seasonsofstamping.com/
- Dawn Tidd tiddbitsfromdawn.typepad.com
- Kerry Willard Bray kerrywillardbray.com
- Paula Wright paulastamps.blogspot.com/
- Nancy Smith iguanastamp.wordpress.com