I won't really ask you to guess! I gave a friend two mini blueberry cornbread muffins and a little bit of vanilla butter that I made! I wanted to present it nicely, so I quickly grabbed one of Stampin' Up's Kraft Gift Boxes (124106 $2.95 for 4), added some Crochet Trim and a simple florette. I used the First Edition Specialty Designer Series Paper, cut it about 1-1/2" wide by 12". Then I used my Simply Scored to score it every 1/4". I adhered the ends together and used my Silpat mat, put a glob of hot glue onto it and stuck my florette into it. When it cooled, I adhered a 5/8" flower from the Flower Trim in the Spring Catalog into the center. I attached the florette to the front of the box using two Stampin' Dimenionals. It's so nice to have all the supplies and tools necessary to make a nice presentation!
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My last reminder is: Last day to Enter -- Be sure and comment on THIS POST ONLY and tell me which colors you will miss most with Stampin' Up's Color Refresh! I will pick one person to win the set of 10 retiring colors cards posted. YOU could be the lucky winner! Let's see some participation--woo hoo!! (US Addresses only!)
Awwwww....I will miss Regal Rose, Bashful Blue (a really true baby boy blue color), Not Quite Navy, More Mustard (awesome Autumn color) and Baja Breeze; Lynn says with a tear in her eye. I don't have a lot of S.U. items; but, my niece sends me some paper now and then as I totally love to punch and create a lot of different animals; etc. and in turn, I send her some of the things I make. I love color and S.U. has some awesome color paper and excellent quality. I am just learning all the colors; especially the papers.
I like how you decorated a plain kraft box. Very pretty! Yummmm....I love cornbread anything! I have been sick for 2 weeks and I just got to make jalapeno cornbread muffins. Yum. I never heard of vanilla butter. Maybe you could post how to make it. I love to learn. Thanks for all your great projects. I enjoy seeing them and reading all of your posts.
I will miss certainly celery. That was my go to color for leaves and stems on my flowers. Love your ideas, thanks for sharing.
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