Wednesday, August 27, 2014

SPD - August ProjectPea Blog Hop

 Welcome to SugarPea Designs' August ProjectPea Blog Hop
Each month we challenge our fabulous team of ProjectPea Designers to create FUN & CREATIVE projects that are sure to make you look at your stamp sets with brand new eyes!

 I made these super fun Lego match boxes using the We R Memory Keepers Envelope Punch Board (if you don't have one, it is a must have, I bought mine at Michaels) The only change I made to my boxes is I made the width of my lid 3" instead of 2 7/8. I used four different SPD stamp sets to make my tags. I filled them with Starburst Tropical by dividing up the colors.  I put 12 in each but will fit 16.  
What kid could resist this lego box of goodies?
My sentiment is from the SPD set Totes Ma Goats
Can't you see this one for Valentines Day?
This fun sentiment is from the SPD set Pizza My Heart

How about cheering someone up with this little box of sunshine?
I used the sentiment from this sweet SPD set Hello, Sunshine


What is more endearing than a pink Birthday Lego?
This beautiful font sentiment comes from the SPD set Seaside Wishes

Supplies
Stamps: Totes Ma Goats, Pizza My Heart, Hello Sunshine, Seaside Wishes (SugarPea Designs) Paper: Raspberry Fizz, Harvest Gold, Pure Poppy, Canyon Clay, Classic Kraft (Papertrey Ink), Recollections White 110# (Michaels) Ink: Versafine Onyx Black Accessories:Dimensionals (WeRMemoryKeepers), Score Tape, SU label punch, Crop a Dile 1/8" circle punch, Divine Twine Technique: Lego Match Boxes






The ProjectPeas have pulled out all of the stops with a variety of projects that will spark YOUR creativity. 
Click through to each of their blogs below to see the FUN they have dreamed up. Leave them a little blog love and one lucky commenter will WIN a $15 Gift Certificate to the SPD Boutique.


26 comments:

Jo said...

Hi Lisa, I have the EPB, I will have to try to make these for my grandson, he'd love them, thanks for the inspiration :)
Jo xx

Jo said...

...can I just say though, to me, they will always be OPAL FRUITS! lol

Tamara said...

Lisa tihs is such a great idea. Well done. Love it!

wendy said...

Really sweet ;)

Libby said...

Love these! Very cute!

M DelValle said...

So creative!! I love it!

Lori Kobular said...

Your Lego boxes are adorable! What a great party favor idea!!

LAllen said...

These are so cute. I do believe I need one of those punch boards!

Lisa H. said...

These are fantastic!!! Love the colors and how you used those sentiments.

~amy~ said...

These are ADORABLE.
Can you believe that I've had the envelope punch board and um, haven't used it? thanks for the inspiration!

Hamutal Shafrir said...

How adorable! Thank you for the inspiration.

Wendy Ramlakhan said...

These are so FUN!! What a cute party favor or school Valentine these would be. You are so creative, Lisa!!

Annette Allen said...

LISA these are too fun.. i love it..

Bev said...

Those r so cute! Have to try to make some.

Sue D said...

What a fun idea. Thanks for the link to the instructions to make these!

Jennyfer L said...

Aha! Gotta make these for my son's birthday!!! What a neat idea to use the envelope board!!! Love, love it!!!

Anita said...

Lisa, this is the cutest project ever! I love Legos (well, except when I step on them hehe). My grandson would love these - I will have to give them a try!

Rosemary said...

absolutely stinkin' ADORABLE, lisa!! my lego love little guy would absolutely love giving these out to his friends (dang... now I need the envie punch board!!)

Miriam Prantner said...

My girls would love these little lego boxes! LOVE!!!

Linsey said...

O M GEEEE!!! Girlie, these are beyond adorable!!! Oh I have to share this idea with my sister, she will LOVE it for my niece and nephews party inspiration! Totally cute and creative and so much fun!! Thanks for sharing your wonderful talent! Ooo--new blog hop for me :D Cant wait to see the others creations!

cghundley said...

OMG these are
so cute and what
a great way to
use the match
box!
Carla from Utah

Amy C. said...

These are awesome! My boys would be giddy over these!

Mary Holshouser said...

my "adopted" daughter says she never got to play with leggo's when she was little. I'll have to make her some of these boxes so she can "play" with her leggos.
thanks for the idea.
msrylouh

Nichole Pilkenton said...

Darling idea! Great for my nephews birthday!

Joan Ervin said...

OMG!!! Your little Lego boxes are just as cute as they can be, Lisa!!! I have a couple of little grandsons who would flip over these!!!

Mary-Anne V said...

Wow very creative..these look so cute with the circles and twine.

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