No Stamp Needed & A Winner!

Wednesday, January 23, 2013



It's been an exciting week in my family and I'm sooo behind on blog posts. So sorry for the delay in announcing the giveaway winner! Keep reading to the end to see who won!

And now I want to show you two fun projects featuring products from The Cutting Cafe!
 
Did you know that I have a crafting secret? Well...I'm going to confess it to you today. . . I'm not the greatest stamper! In fact, I have messed up loads of cardstock trying to get stamped images and sentiments done correctly.
 
That's why I love The Cutting Cafe's Valentine Mini Sentiments Printable Stamp Set. I can easily print out what I need and use it as background paper for cards, treat bags, and altered projects. It's so super easy and I don't have to deal with inky mistakes.

I first printed the sentiments out on white cardstock. I then used a shaped punch before adhering it to the treat bag and tin. I'm sending all of these treats to my daughter Rebekah and her college buddies in California. They love to get goodies in the mail.


 Be sure to check out all of the fun printables at The Cutting Cafe. And now it's time to announce the giveaway winner.

Miriam Prantner said...
These are so cute! Love that they have the cork toppers and your decorations are so sweet, love the button centers to the flowers!
 
Congrats Miriam! I'll be sure to send you an email with the gift certificate details! Be sure to stop back by tomorrow for a little story about MIRACLES! 
lovemypaper said...

Yummy very cute!

~amy~ said...

such fun projects Angi! congrats to Miriam!

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

So cute! I am not the best stamper either. Sometimes I will stamp the same image 8 times and then end up using the first one LOL!

Deanne :)

Susie Craft Happy! said...

Absolutely too cute! Well, you could never tell it! Your stamping is always great! I'm not so hot at it either. :-D

Jingle said...

This is really cute!

Scrapaddict said...

Such cute gifties for your daughter. Those printables look terrific. I confess to not being able to color.

Scrapaddict said...

Oh ...... congrats to Miriam, too!

Annette said...

how FUN... i love these.. congrats to Miriam.. :)

Krafthead said...

This is super cute!! Love it~

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Sooooooooooooo CUTE CUTE CUTE!!! I loveeeeee them!! And CONGRATS to Miriam!!!!

bonnie said...

So fun...love what your project, super cute! ;) Hugs x

kdnkdd said...

Cute treat ideas.

Karen B.

Jinny Newlin said...

YUM! You're making me crave a Crunch bar. They're one of my faves! And I adore how simple this project came together and that it still packs such a punch! ADORABLE!

Linda said...

Adorable Angi!

Regina Easter said...

what a fantastic project this is and I love how you used the background paper for the container....you soooooooooo rock girl and congrats on the little one....how fun...i love babies....

Rose said...

love your sweet treats :)

Jean Cross said...

Mmmmmm, yummy project.

Doris Molina Mora said...

What a sweet project. Welcome to the team!!

yyam said...

Super cute! Love the way you do up your treats! :)

Norma said...

Hello my sweet friend, I hope you are doing well and so glad to have you back and posting your beautiful creations!! Love your project and how fun and easy to put these together, perfect to mass produce:) Enjoy the rest of your evening:)
Hugs,
Norma

WrinkleFreeDiva said...

I'm with you when it comes to stamping. Often, if it's something I can do with a computer, I'll use that instead! Especially when it comes to sentiments.

Staying Crafty said...

These are great! That red twine really pops against the black and white. I can relate about the stamping issues. I have it pretty well figured out these days but holy cow did it take a lot of headaches to feel like I could stamp something.

Audrey L. said...

I like the idea of the treat bag label.

Misty Morgan said...

So cute! Love your papers!

Tee said...

Love how you used the digital stamps to create candybar holders. Super super cute! Glad to have you on the team.

Deloris said...

Very cute and clever too! Great job!

Roma said...

Fabulous treat ideas ,i am sure they will love them ! x

Audrey Pettit said...

Soooo fun and cute!

Amy#8546(TheTigersHaven) said...

Oh these are so cute. What a great idea.

Carolyn Wolff said...

Digital stamps are my favourite. Your projects turned out perfect. Love the twine too.

Kate (Small Bits of Paper) said...

What great treat packages! I'll bet your daughter and her friends are delighted when mail arrives from you! Not just treats... but treats dressed up in love.

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