Wednesday, October 29, 2014

October ProjectPea Blog Hop

Welcome to SugarPea Designs October 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 discovered this adorable little treat box
made with the Envelope Punch Board from We R Memory Keepers. You can find the tutorial that inspired me HERE.  I made it three ways using three stamp sets. 
How cute would this be at each place setting Thanksgiving dinner?
I used Bountiful Blessings on my tag.
When I assembled this box. I angled it a bit then adhered the tabs to each other not the inside flaps.
Need a little Trick Or Treat?
Stamping the zombie from Undying Love adds just the right spooky touch to my treat box. 
This box I adhered it straight then left all the flaps down to use as an open box. 
I wanted to also create an everyday example too. 
I used one of my favorite SPD sets  Bushel & A Peck
I made this box the traditional way adhering all the side tabs together.

Undying Love
Undying Love

Bushel & A Peck
Bushel & A Peck
Supplies:
Stamps:Undying Love, Bushel & A Peck, Bountiful Blessings (SugarPea Designs)  Paper: Hisbiscus Burst, Kraft, True Black (Papertrey Ink), Recollections White 110# (Michaels), Friendly Forest, Ghouls & Goodies (Doodlebug Design), Summer Bliss (Echo Park) Ink:VersaMark, Versafine Onyx Black Accessories:White Embossing Powder, heat Tool, Dimensionals, Anti-static embossing pouch Techniques:Envelope Punch Treat Box

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.

27 comments:

Wendy said...

GF, these are fantastic!

Anita said...

These are all fabulous Lisa!

~amy~ said...

Super fun treat projects Lisa!

cebelica said...

These treat boxes are awesome and I think you did a fab job with them. They look great! hugs! xx

Danielle Lounds said...

Adorbs! So much sweetness in such cute little boxes!

(AJ) ArtJypsy said...

How fun are these little treat boxes. Love them. I am going to have to give this tutorial a try.

Irene Grau said...

These boxes are adorable! Thanks for the link to the tutorial. I don't have the punch board, but my sister-in-law does. Guess what I'll be borrowing from her soon? lol Love your creativity!

Julene VanKleeck said...

Really cute treat boxes!

Patti J said...

Lisa, these are amazing! As always, you make me smile with your never ending creativity! Love them :)

cghundley said...

Such fun little
boxes! Love all
the ways you
finished them.
Cute!
Carla from Utah

Pattie said...

love to see how versatile the stamp set are...great projects!

M DelValle said...

Very creative treat boxes!! :)

Sharla said...

Darling treat boxes, I love all the different stamp sets you used for the tags! SO CUTE!!

Sue D said...

Very cute treat boxes and thanks for the link on how to make the box.

Patty said...

Super stinken cute gift boxes!

Mary-Anne V said...

Adorable treat holders...love the fun papers.

Joan Ervin said...

Your little treat boxes are sooo cute, Lisa!!!! The papers are so fun and I love all the SS stamps!!!

JoAnn said...

Adorable little treat boxes. Love each one. Great stamps and papers.

Lynne in NI said...

Wow, these are fabulous!

Rosemary said...

super cute little treat boxes, lisa!

Heather said...

Oh my goodness! How cute are these little baskets. Love that you showed three different ways to use it. I am pinning these so I can remember, 'cause they are going to make the cutest little treat/favor boxes. Thanks for the info.

Pam said...

Oh, these are fun! Have to save to make for school.

Amy C. said...

I love your treat box ideas! I also have the envelope punch board and will have to give this project a try.

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

what totally cute boxes!

stampinfun71 said...

These are amazing, I can't imagine how happy you would make the recipient! So bright & colorful too!

Lola said...

These are VERY cute and so nice to see it done in a variety of ways.

Maye M.L said...

Lisa, these are fantastic. They bring a smile to my face just by looking at them. Cheers!

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