Tuesday, December 30, 2014

SPD December ProjectPea Blog Hop

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Welcome to SugarPea Designs December 
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 winter Hershey Nugget wraps. 

Here are the supplies I used. 
I took all the snowflakes from four SugarPea Designs stamp sets, Frosty Friends, Have An Ice Day, Merry Christmoose, Sweet Treats - Christmasand put them on a clear acrylic block.


I stamped the snowflakes using just one ink pad 
turning and stamping on the address label a few times then reinking and repeating. 
 It worked great.  
Then I just wrapped the label around the Hershey nugget. 
Really quite simple. 
 I placed 12 of them in this tin. 
This tin was given to all of us at a crafty get together at Amy Tsurata's as homework for the next time we met.  Well it snowed that day and I chose not to drive in it. So Amy, here is my finished homework.

I made the tag using Layered Treat Label - Sugar Cuts Die.
I cut the silver paper using the largest circle die then embossed using it and the matching dotted embossing die.  Then I cut the white with the smallest circle die and embossed the edge with it.  I stamped my sentiment twice to get a shadow look.

Here's a close up of the wrapped nuggets in the open tin. 

Frosty Friends
Frosty Friends 

Have An Ice Day
Have An Ice Day

Merry Christmoose
Merry Christmoose 

Sweet Treats - Christmas
Sweet Treats - Christmas 

Layered Treat Labels - Sugar Cuts Die
Layered Treat Labels - Sugar Cuts Die


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.

39 comments:

~amy~ said...

Super fun Lisa and delish :)

Vicki Dutcher said...

I love the wrappers - they look so pretty in the blue and I ADORE these tins! How perfect that 12 fit~

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

These are so cute! I am waiting for Merry Christmoose to come back in stock.

Pam said...

Fabulous idea! Love the blue and that tin was perfect for this.

Donna said...

Wow Lisa ... and who doesn't like chocolate? Great presentation and I love the snowy look! Great job. :-)

Sue D said...

Love this--I like the different shades of blue you achieved.

Tenia Nelson said...

Very cool!!

(AJ) ArtJypsy said...

Sweet project. Love the blues you used and the different snowflake stamps.

Sharla said...

What a fun treat filled tin, love the snowflakes and the tag!

lindaplus3 said...

Very very pretty... thank you for all the info on how you made your project,,, :)

Debbie Lou said...

Very pretty! Love the shade of blue! Almost looks too good to eat :)

snazzyjj said...

SWEET! I'm always looking for some clever way to use those tiny stamps and this is prefect.

Kim Olson said...

Beautiful!!! Love it!

Wendy Ramlakhan said...

LOVE all the blue snowflakes!! Such a sweet and yummy treat!

Heidi Brawley said...

What oh so cute candy wrappers you made!!! The whole gift is Gorgeous!!!

Irene Grau said...

That tag is incredible! I really thought it was metal. I love making my own patterned paper -- those snowflakes and the blue you chose is perfect!

Cathy P. said...

I love the stamp colors you used, Lisa! What a great idea and the metal tag you made is FABULOUS!

Becca Cruger said...

Holy goodness! You really know how to dress up a cute little tin. Whoever gets this is going to feel awfully lucky!

Lyn said...

Such a clever idea thanks so very much for sharing <3

Annette Allen said...

WOW totally love.. the perfect gift of chocolate..

Iris said...

Such a pretty project.
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Dina Knutson said...

OMGOSH! I LOVE IT! What a great idea to use the address labels! And the snowflakes came out great! I love the box and the bow. It brought the whole thing together!

Lisa said...

The paper turned out beautiful, I just love the snowflakes, plus to use address labels? Genius!

Simply Sandy said...

So cute and simple...I have to remember this when I need a cute little gift.

Mary-Anne V said...

Ha I am glad you did your homework...those tasty treats look great!

Rosemary said...

fabulous little gift idea, lisa!

Jennifer said...

Such a splendid way to dress up a gift! Love it!

Susie said...

Beautiful presentation for a yummy gift. Perfect to go with a cup of tea on a frosty night. Happy New Year, Lisa!

Mynn xx said...

Love love love!!! I need some of those fabulous tins! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

stampinfun71 said...

oh I LOVE these, when things coordinate it makes them so much more GREAT!!! The whole little tin wrapped in the special bow is really excellent!

Julene VanKleeck said...

I love the idea of grabbing all the snowflakes from the different sets!

Deepti said...

So cool and creative :)

Patty said...

I love these candy wrappers!! So a cute addition to a candy gift!!

lostinpaper said...

Did someone say chocolate? What beautiful presentation Lisa!

miki g said...

love the simplicity of this project and great use of address labels!!!!! I love these stamp sets

Marion said...

Wow Lisa! I simply love your chocolatey project! An awesome gift idea.

Maria Alder said...

Nice chocolate gift. Love all the stamps,they make me happy!

Heather said...

Well, these may have been simple, but packaged in that tin with the beautiful tag, they make a fantastic little gift. Love it!

Laura West said...

Happy New Year, and thank you for the chance to win!

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