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Handmade Gift Box Tutorial

Happy Friday everyone! Tasha here sharing a super quick handmade gift box tutorial. This box is one of my favorites and only uses one piece of 12x12 paper to create the base; awesome!

The cute digital stamp used is from Bugaboo Digi Stamps and is perfect for the SBC July Facebook Monthly Challenge (Christmas in July theme)! 

Click the link below to watch my video!



Have a wonderful day! -Tasha
Optional supplies used in my project:
Bugaboo Digital Stamps Image: Snowball Penguin
https://bugaboostamps.com/collections/christmas-winter/products/snowball-penguins








Tutorial

Supplies:

12x12 cardstock Glue/glue runnerScoreboardscissors Optional: Pattern paper (I use my scraps) Stamped images Ribbon Glitter Embellishments
Step 1: Score your 12x12 cardstock at 3" and 9"
Step 2: Rotate paper score at 1", 3 1/2", 6 1/2", and 9"
Step 3: Cut the 1" corners and the two scored sides under the 1" score to create the lid.
Step 4: Cut to the to the middle score lines …

Making a Scene Using Your Stamps and Watercoloring Process

Hello everyone! Welcome back to SBC! I'm Katelyn and I've got a new tutorial to share with you! I started doing this with some of my stamp sets recently and after having enough practice I decided to share with you this easy technique to extend the mileage on your stamps. I have two stamps here that I purchased off of Etsy. They are not necessarily intended to go together, but since the illustration style was the same, I figured I would make a full scene out of them. Some other supplies you will need for this project include stamps that "go" together, a fine tip black pen (or whatever color you're stamping in), a watercolor set, and a fine tip brush. Let's dive in to more details about the process.

Essentially, what we're doing is taking two stamps and filling in the gaps. The video gives a better representation of how this occurs, but I basically mimic what is around the already stamped image. The grass section tends to be the easiest since it is essenti…

Lawn Fawn Mini Notecards

Hi everyone, Sandy here for a fun and very cute project that I did with  my youngest daughter for school. We used the Lawn Fawn Minis, and she designed this from start to finish.  I think she is trying to take my place on the team, lol!

So after I cut the card stock for her and she spent an hour picking out her colors, here are the little 4x4 note cards that she wanted to make for her classmates for the end of the year. She wrote a little note to each student inside, all 18. I was so proud just for that alone, lol.

She picked out the Lawn Fawn mini... You Color My World.  These stamps are the perfect size and a bonus is that you can also purchase the coordinating metal dies!!

So here are the colors she picked out. And of course she had to grab some Washi Tape from my stash. Scrapping for Less has such cute tapes, you need to check them out in the shop!
Last but not least, I wanted to show the die that I bought that matched this stamp. And to keep track of these small ties. I put a l…

June FB Challenge Card Share

Hello SBC Friends! Tasha here sharing my project for the SBC June Facebook Challenge sponsored by Bugaboo Digi Stamps!

The theme for June is Step-Cards, so I thought a bright summertime card would be perfect! The digital stamp used is called "Bacon In The Sun" and it's from Bugaboo Digi Stamps. This image is super cute and I just love his cool sunglasses!

I used markers to color the digi and embellished with clear glitter. Gold glitter paper was added to mat the center card and add sparkle; I love me some glitter paper! For the sides and bottom, I chose a tropical flower pattern paper that brought in tons of color and stuck with the summer theme.

The sentiment was printed in a hot pink font color and I created a simple banner. Lastly, three lime green enamel dots complete the project.
Thanks for checking out this fun Center Step-Card and I hope you participate in the June FB Challenge!


Click HERE to visit the SBC Facebook Group to enter in the challenge! Click HERE to vi…

Scrapbook Blessings Club JUNE Video Hop sponsored by SCRAPPING FOR LESS

Welcome everyone to our Scrapbook Blessings Club JUNE Video Hop sponsored by SCRAPPING FOR LESS! We hope you enjoy all of our talented designers creative projects.

To be entered in the Grand Prize Drawing for a prize from our sponsor, please stop by each design team members YouTube channel/watch their Hop videos, subscribe and leave a comment on the SBC Hop Blog Post.


Also, if you like what you see, please give a “thumbs up” (but not necessary to win). Once again, when you've finished all the hop video, you will head to the ScrapBook Blessings Club blog. Leave a comment here for a chance to win the grand prize. www.scrapbookblessingsclub.com Our hop is open Saturday, June 24th, with winner announced the next Sat here on the SBC blog So you have PLENTY of time to watch all of our inspiring videos and join the giveaway!!! START HERE! Here is the video line up. Each link takes you to a DT Hop Videos. Enjoy and don't forget to subscribe and leave a comment for each. 1.Sandy-�…

SFL's June Flavor of the Month Kit Hop: Ahoy Mateys

Ahoy, Mateys! It’s June’s Flavor of the Month 

Ahoy, Mateys! Pirates & Mermaids Be on Ye' Horizon! Scrapping for Less has partnered with Lawn Fawn and Neat&Tangled to bring you a treasure trove of fantastic stamp sets! In this month's kit only! Two full-size stamps are Lawn Fawn's "Ahoy Matey" "Mermaid for You", plus "So Jelly" shall be your booty! Shiver me Timbers there's more. If you purchase the Banana Split level Neat&Tangled joins the crew with the sentiment stamp "Hope Anchors" But wait...we discovered so many fantastic items we couldn't bare to make them walk the plank so we put them in kits that can be purchased, A LA Carte! Along with some other treasure to be had if 'ye wish. 'Tis no mirage but alas a booty only comes along once in a Mermoon so grab it while 'ye can! 
Now hop on along and see what the team has fished up with the kit so 'ye can be inspired.
And don't forget to head ba…

A YEAR OF TECHNIQUES' JUNE BLOG HOP: BASIC CARD FOLDS WITH DOUBLE SIDE PAPER

Welcome to A Year of Card Techniques Blog Hop where each month we feature a different card technique.  We’ve assembled a team of card makers who range from new to advanced, so you’ll see a great variety of cards and ideas. June‘s hop is devoted to basic card folds; featuring drapery/curtain fold, peek-a-boo fold or double-z gate-fold.  And we’re adding a twist of using double-sided paper.   We hope this gives you lots of ideas and will inspire you to try these card folds yourself...and pull out that double-sided paper as well!     If you would like to check out our past technique hops, you can do that here: January-Shaving Cream Marbleizing February-So Sketchy March-no hop this month April-Stamp Set Showdown May-World of Watercolors We have an amazing sponsor this month, Candy Spiegel. Please take a moment to check out all the crafty goodness on her blog,Candy Scraps. And the awesome prize this month is: We  really appreciate feedback, so please leave a comment on each of the blogs in the hop…