Happy Saturday everybody! Who wants to party?!?!? Okay, so we're not really going to party, we just going to talk about party favors. LOL
Okay - first one up - another sour cream favor (yes, they're a "thing" right now)...they also happen to be this week's project over at the Project Tuesday blog!
Today's favor is to talk about today's Heart Hugs Etsy Inspired Challenge. The shop today is called Artistic Flair, and you can find my inspirational piece HERE. They make all sorts of art pieces out of stained glass!
I also must say at this point that I have had a lot of fun being on the Etsy Inspired Team for the month of July! This is my last project as their Guest Designer and all the girlson the DT have been great!! Be sure to stop by their blogs as well as the Heart Hugs blog and play along!!
This piece is mostly digital!! It comes from the July Collab over at Pretty Scrappy and is called Drama King. This kit is HUGE!! Great for the young boys in your life!
Next up....Danielle Corbitt Designs. Saturday is Hybrid Day over at the Starlets blog, and here is my project that will be featured.
These are three simple party favors that can be made quickly and easily! There's my current sour cream container favorite favor, then the other two are just wraps - I used the JUMBO Reese's peanut butter cup and one of the snack sized Hershey bars. You will see they all have the same scalloped tag on them, which says - Thanks for Coming. All of these were made using the Birthday Bash kit over at Danielle Corbitt Designs, which is available HERE. Of course, if you spend $10 in the store, you get it FREE!
And last - a layout to go with those cute little party favors. I am finally getting around to scrapping more and I am loving it! When I started papercrafting, all I did was scrap. Then I got around to making cards, now I am going digital! Although you will be seeing a lot of stuff from me (cards, etc) using my digital papers now - they're interchangeable you know!
Once again I used Danielle Corbitt's Birthday Bash kit and I also a template and "paper cutters" to make this layout! All those numbers on the side where made using a special clipping mask....isn't it great!! Both the template and clipping mask are made by Chrissy W Digitals.
As always, thanks for stopping by!!