Mar 15 2010
Can’t have an event without Make & Takes!
I devoted my 4 make & takes to the Occasions Mini catalogues since we only have until April 3oth to order. We won’t know if some of the products from the mini will be in the new 2010-2011 idea book & catalogue. So if you want some products from one of the best mini, you better order them NOW!
Make & Take #1:
The bird book on p. 34, love these! They are so cheap 6.95$ What a fabulous gift for a teacher, mother or event for one of your kids. You can add pictures to them. This bird came with a sample of the Designer Series Paper Stack. Demonstrators also got a sample of the Sweet Pea Stitched Felt.
Make & Take #2
There are so many things you can do with Stampin’Up! exclusive Milk Carton! I used the window sheets from the Catty to create this clear milk carton. I wanted to see the chocolate. As a matter of fact, the reason I didn’t post my make and takes sooner is because some of the guest who came to Shelli’s event ate my Cadbury Mini Eggs! Yes we had to buy some more! I just love the end result of this make and take. It’s too cute! For the greeting, I used the Eggcoutrements stamp set and used the matching Designer label punch, to punch out the greeting. I then added a flower punched from Trio Flower punch. If you don’t have this punch, you can purchase the Eggcellent Eggs kit, they have these cut adorable flowers. I finished off with a soft subtle brad. I sealed my project with the sticky strips. But at home I just added 1/2" Library Clip so my kids can grab the eggs for Easter. Voilà!
Make & Take # 3
I thought this could be a cute Mother’s Day card! Can you believe my helpers passed 150 of those babies in the big shot with the Movers & Shapers Die and I used one of the punch windows. We then passed all 150 whisper white papers in the Stampin’up! Perfect Polka Dots Textured Impressions Folder. I am kind of addicted to those! Can’t wait to see which one stampin’up! will come up with next! There is a sample of the Designer Series Paper Stack. My greeting was from the Well Scripted stamp set. The bird was from the Extra Large Two-Step Bird Punch. They are great to store away because you can lock them flat! And last but not the least, one of my favorites, 5/8" Satin Ribbon. (There are 9 colors in total) I used the certainly celery.
Make & Take 4
Well my last Make and take was a gift card holder. I made it with the Stampin’up! top note die. Again, I used a sample of the Designer series paper stack and the Well scripted stamp set. I embellished with one of the sending love epoxy brads in chocolate chip. Love the chocolate bunny stamp! There are so many things to do with this bunny! During embossing, one of the bunnies lost his ear, my daughter Jordan said that someone ate his ears. Too cute!
Well these were my 4 quick and easy make and takes!
If you want some of these amazing products featured from the mini, you better order them NOW, we don’t know if they will make it in the next catalogue. Email me, I order weekly. In a rush, just order online 24/7, click on my order button (on the right of my blog)or go to www.kimassaly.stampinup.net
Next post will really be a tour in my stamp room!
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