Wednesday, June 19, 2013

MCT's 3-D Wednesday

Sweet Birthday Wishes Small Vase...

Good Morning Crafty Friends! Welcome back for another episode of My Creative Time's 3-D Wednesday! I hope everyone is having a beautiful and fun Summer so far! I am enjoying my days in my Garden and seeing all of my beautiful roses and plants bloom. That is where my inspiration for today's project came from... My Garden. This flower vase was decorated for My Boss and Lady I care and work for. Besides a store bought gift, I wanted to create something pretty.

The burlap ribbon (2") was bought at Hobby Lobby when their ribbon was on special at 50% off. I wrapped it around and made a big bow in the center. Along Die cutting all of the cuts I also used some fluid chalk to distress and highlight the edges of the cuts. Also, Adhered rhinestones to the jean pocket for a bit of bling and shine. With black Ranger ink, I stamped the sentiment to the banner. I adhered them with foam dots for dimension and used hot glue to adhere to the center of the bow.

I also made a coordinating card with the same steps I did for the center of the small vase.

I used lots of foam dots too for dimension on the Card.
Inside of the Card
Most of the die cuts were made from leftover Scraps.
My Creative Time Supplies Used:
 Fun Pockets Stamp Set

Vintage Sentiments Stamp Set

Celebrate Good Times Stamp and Dies Set
Stitched Doily Die
Vintage Stitched Label Dies

Thank you so much for joining me today! Be sure to stop by My Creative Time to view the rest of the projects the Design Team has created for 3-D Wednesday. Have a fabulous rest of the week!


Wednesday, June 5, 2013

MCT's 3-D Wednesday

Snack or Treat Bag...


Good Morning Crafty Friends! Welcome back for another episode of My Creative Time's 3-D Wednesday. For today, I created something super easy and will be fun to use for any party or just because gift. As Summer approaches for my kids, I like to make fun and easy snacks for them. With my long work hours one day a week. I want them to know I am thinking of them while I am at work. What better way to let them know than a little something for their tummy. Here are some snap shots of the snack or treat baggie:
I used the Treat Slider Die Box for the background piece. I cut it out of a scrap of a DCWV printed cardstock. The pink cardstock is cut from the inside of the slider box die. the yellow cardstock is a scrap cut with my trimmer to fit the center.

Stitched  Heart Layering Dies, Scallop and Stitched Circle Die Set, and All Around Goodies Stamp Set was used to create the cute center of this treat baggie. All the cardstock is made from scraps.

This is how the back of the treat baggie looks like.
Thank you so much for stopping by. Please be sure to head on over to My Creative Time if you have not done so. Some of the Design Team Members also created some fun 3-D Projects.

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