Wednesday, November 26, 2014

SPD November ProjectPea Blog Hop

Welcome to SugarPea Designs November Project Pea 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!

 One of my favorite tools lately is my Envelope Punch Board
I have been wanting to make these cracker boxes ever since I saw Connie's tutorial on pinterest to make them HERE.  I made three different types using the newest SPD releases.
 These are really quite easy to whip up. 
I die cut a window on the fold using Sugar Cuts Layered Treat Labels and cut another circle for my tag after I stamped my outline circle using Layered Treat Labels.  Then I stamped my sentiment and candy canes from Sweet Treats - Christmas .
 This one captures the true meaning of Christmas
After I made my box using metallic paper, I made a wrapper and I heat embossed my sentiment all around using Lost Without You
This release isn't just for winter/Christmas. 
I combined the sentiment from Have An Ice Day and Sugar Cuts Layered Treat Labels to make this cute label and popped it on top. I left my tails long on my black twine bows. I am using up some fall paper, but you'd never know. 

Supplies
Stamps:Layered Treat Labels, Lost Without You, Have An Ice Day, Sweet Treats - Christmas (SugarPea Designs)  Paper: Friendly Forest (Doodlebug Design), Joyous Tradition (Authentique), Metallic Paper (Michaels), True Black (Papertrey Ink), Neenah Solar White 80#, Recollections Ivory 110# (Michaels)  Ink:VersaMark, Memento Tuxedo Black, Lady Bug, Simply Chartreuse Dye Ink (Papertrey Ink)  Accessories:  Twine, silver, gold cord, Cuttlebug, SugarCuts Layered Treat Labels (SugarPea Designs), Stampendous embossing powder, top boss white embossing powder, pear pins (A Jillian Vance Desing), Anti-Static Pouch, Heat Tool, Scotch dimensional tape 1/8" hole punch Techniques: Heat Embossing, Envelope Punch Board Cracker Boxes 
Sugar Cuts Layered Treat Labels
Sugar Cuts Layered Treat Labels



Have An Ice Day
Have An Ice Day

Layered Treat Labels
Layered Treat Labels

Sweet Treats - Christmas
Sweet Treats - Christmas 


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.



30 comments:

~amy~ said...

You are so inspiring! I just gotta take out my punchboard!

Lisa said...

These are so neat. They look so elegant and gorgeous!

wendy said...

So fantastic I love what you've created ( and I just had to put the punch board on my Christmas wish list )

stampinfun71 said...

wow - these cracker boxes are amazing. The right packaging takes a gift from great to AMAZING! I think I need a punchboard ASAP!

Julene VanKleeck said...

I have only been using my punch board for envelopes...silly me! I had no idea this could be done! Will definitely check out that video! Love how you decorated each one!

Amy C. said...

This is such a neat treat box. I have the envelope punch board...will have to give this a try!

Allison Cope said...

Each treat box is so cute and unique! Fabulous idea Lisa! I especially love your metallic one!

Pam said...

These are fabulous! I hate to say my punch board isn't even opened yet, but it sure will be now. I just have to try these! Thanks!

Rosemary said...

wow... these are just amazing, lisa! now I think I need to get the envelope punch board!

Sharla said...

Now those are just too fun!! Love those little treat bags and all the different stamps/dies you used!

Donna said...

Very fun cracker boxes, Lisa. I have not made one myself but I will now! Thanks for the inspiration.

snazzyjj said...

Love your packages esp. the window! The Sugar label dies really work well with them.

Sue D said...

Love this shape of treat holder.

Irene Grau said...

So much fun! I love this idea for table settings/place cards, as well.

Dina Knutson said...

So neat! Cracker boxes were never a tradition in my family growing up. This makes me want to try one!!!

Heather said...

These are awesome!! I have the envelope punch board, I'm going to go check out the link. Thanks so much for the inspiration and the link. The little window on the first is a great idea.

Mary-Anne V said...

VEry cute way to use the punch board with the different stamps from SPD!

Kerri said...

These are so fun, Lisa!!! I need to check into these punch boards because I so want to make these!!!

Christy Lohrmann said...

So cute! Those would make great table decorations!!

ScrapaDiddle said...

What fun! I love this idea and will use it this year! Thanks!

sharon said...

Just bought a new punchboard...yipppeee.

Cathy P. said...

My envelope cutting board arrived in the mail yesterday, Lisa!! I am planning to take it out of the box it this weekend!! Thanks for the idea! Hugs, Cathy

mclove said...

So cute! This is a wonderful idea for the little ones on Christmas Eve. Wonderful job!

Vicki said...

It would be fun to make these for any party. Such a cute idea! Love the striped paper and how you used it on the diagonal.

Donna B. said...

Love these cracker boxes, so fun and festive! I must admit I have an envelope punch board and have never used it. I need to find some videos and use that thing!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

Annette Allen said...

these are so totally fun.. the shape is awesome.. fun little way to gift a gift..

Ellie said...

These are so beautiful!

Wendy said...

Great little gift ideas!

Betty Wright said...

Oh, my word! These are fabulous and inspirational! Wonderful Christmas gift ideas!

Iris said...

Super cute crackers.
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