Welcome to our October Edition of the RemARKabl Created Blog Tour! Fall is defiantly in the air here on the east coast, days are getting shorter, air is getting cooler and I had to scrape frost off my windshield already! Fall is a great time to craft and create- gather your friends and pull out some supplies and see what everyone creates. During the month of October Stampin' Up is running an amazing sale- great time to stock up!
So many beautiful papers- ready to see some projects I created .....
This is the time of year that I do several Craft fairs, so it's time for some treats and giftables.
These wrapped Hershey Nuggets treats are always in demand- they make a great co-worker gift, stocking stuffer or treat for a friend. It's also a great way to use up scraps from other projects. The nuggets are wrapped with a 1" x 3" piece of DSP and placed in a cello bag with a cardstock topper (3" x "3 folded in half- stamped and deorated). Just use a stapler to attach the topper to the bag. Quick and Easy and who doesn't like chocolate!
I really love the Candy Cane Lane Designer Series Paper and it was in my DSP order this month!
Here is another treat I'm creating for the craft fairs.
Combined the Cookie Cutter Christmas Stamped Images with the Candy Cane Lane DSP- they ar bright and cheery!
These treats have a snack size Hershey bar in them. A piece of cardstock cut at 3 1/2" X 7 1/2" and scored @ 1/4", 1 5/8", 2 7/8", & 3 1/4". DSP cut at 1" x 3 1/4" & 3 x 3 1/4". Round the corners of the top of the cardstock and the top of the larger DSP piece , Adhere the DSP fold and adhere-insert treat add the punched stamped image!
One more project -
I'm always making lists and jotting down notes and reminders- so I covered Composition notebooks with our beautiful Floral Boutique DSP, a stamped image, some matching washi tape and a bakers' twine bow.
Couldn't stop at just one!
Hope you get inspired to create with these beautiful Designer Series Papers- and don't forget they are buy 3 get 1 free till the end of this month!
Thanks for stopping by - if you enjoyed my projects leave a comment and feel free to pin them to pinterest!
Next stop Connie- looking forward to seeing what she has created!