Tea Bag Thank you’s

Social2B_BonusDays_demo_July0716_USJune’s thank you gift to all the lovely ladies who shopped with me was a little 3D gift bag containing 2 teabags.  It allowed me to continue with my quest to use Designer Series Paper as well to use some of the new products from the 2016 – 2017 Annual Catalog, and to show them off to my customers.  If you joined in with my DSP paper share this month you will be able to make a whole bunch of these!

( Heads up ~ watch out for my ribbon share coming in August – you won’t want to miss out on that)

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I started with a 6 x 6″ piece of DSP – so you will get 4 out of sheet of 12 x 12 or 1 if you use the paper stacks. I used the Pop of Pink Speciality DSP for some of them and Playful Palette DSP stack for the others.

Then out with my Envelope Punch Board to do the scoring and punching – the first score line going in at 3″ from the left hand edge; and a couple of glue dots to stick the corners together.

The ‘thank you’ is from the Happy Happening stamp set ~ this has a lovely selection of different greetings to meet a host of different occasions, it is attached directly to the ribbon with a glue dot so it can just be slipped off to get into the goodies inside.   I coordinated colors using the new 2016 – 2018 In colors  with ink, card and ribbon plus that really wild white pom-pom trim!  Both of these ribbons will be included in the ribbon share coming in August

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Part of the stack I made to send out.

I hope you like today’s project ~ inspired by Sam Hammond of Pootles UK – please let me know in a comment by clicking the link at just underneath the title of this post – thank you for taking the time to do this.

Main Supplies used in these cards can be purchased 24/7 from my on-line store ~ just click the picture below and it will take you right there!

  Give me a shout if you need any more information or want to book a class or a party!
My Project 4-001If you’d like any of the supplies, to shop, or to get a catalog, please feel free to contact me, and if you’re thinking of joining Stampin’ Up! and my team I’d most definitely like to hear from you

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