Monday, October 20, 2008

Tonight's workshop goodies

Chapstick holder/ door prize

Inside of holder

Scallop Punch Medallion Card

Snack Size Hershey Bar Treat Holder. I CASE'd this from Angie Kennedy here: http://chicnscratch.typepad.com/stampinacademy/2008/09/kit-kat-hershey.html

Same card, but oops I forgot to thread my ribbon through the holes and I don't know how to delete it.
This is the other project everyone got to make and take home with them.


These are the little DSP box bags I gave to my hostess tonight. Then I showed everyone how to make one and gave it away as a door prize. Gotta love that Crop-a-dile. This project is a good way to sell it for sure! Love, love, love this paper! If you want directions how to make these Diana Gibbs came up with the idea. Here is her blog: http://dianagibbs.typepad.com/stampin_with_di/box-in-a-bag/

14 comments:

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

I love the fall-ness, but the way all of your projects could be used for other seasons. So fabulous!

Burninrubber said...

I love how you did the square scallop with the scallop edge! So creative! Super cute ideas!

Amy J

jazzystamper said...

Can I come too if you pay my airfares... What beautiful projects.

Shellie G. said...

Love the bags! love making them too. Autumn-y colors are so pretty. I don't get to see them (in nature)around here. We go from green to brown to bare branches.

Catrules said...

Cute projects love all them! I just love the fall-ness too! They are great!

SCS SU Blogger #4

Mindy Ussery said...

So many fun goodies and projects. I bet your group was pleased!

Anonymous said...

Those bags are adorable! I especially like the one with the chocolate chip base!! Too cute!
Thanks for sharing!
Darla

Jan said...

wow. lots of nice projects! I'm sure everyone really enjoyed the evening. Jan Hoyt

SCS Bloggers group 4

Stephanie said...

love the Friends card! I love how the scallop edge is used to border the image!

June said...

All of your projects turned out so nicely, and I'm sure your group was so pleased! I especially adore your DSP bags - such an awesome idea! Going to go look at them some more :).

Tiffany Bauer said...

Your projects are awesome!!! TFS!

Burninrubber said...

Can't wait to try the box in a bag! Happy Monday!

Amy J

Stephanie said...

Love the papers you chose. These projects are great! Great class ideas!

Lisa Page said...

All these goodies are too cute! Need to try the DSP bags. I luv Diana and Angie's blogs. They are super talented and great for inspiration. You did a great job on these!