Last year one of my fellow Pootler’s Anne Melvin made a beautiful Oriental Style gift box.
I loved it so much I made one for my Mother-In-Law but instead of making it as a gift box I made it into a vase and put red silk roses in it.
When I was shopping with Kayleigh a few weeks ago I bought some J20 Lip Balms in B&M for us to try.
I enjoy a J20 every now and then and when we have a night out it’s my preferred drink as I’m allergic to alcohol.
The other reason for buying the lip balms was because the colours reminded me of Berry Burst, Melon Mambo, Lemon Lime Twist and Pumpkin Pie.
Thank you for joining us today for the Celebration Sale-A-Bration Pootler’s Team Blog Hop. All the projects you will see today have been created using the fabulous Sale-A-Bration products.
Please continue hopping around everyone’s blogs by clicking on the list of names at the bottom of this post.
I love the new Narrow Note Cards because they’re great for little cards and gift card holders but since adding them to my crafting supplies I’ve neglected the ‘original’ note cards.
As soon as I saw this flower I wanted to gold heat emboss it on Very Vanilla cardstock. I thought the flower would be too big for the note cards but I grabbed one anyway and it was the perfect size.
Thank you for joining us today for our 1st InspirINK Blog Hop. We were previously known as the Simply Sketched Saturday Challenge Blog Hop but we progressed from just having a sketch for our projects so our lovely team leader Sam Roberts came up with this fantastic new name.
We have had lots of talented ladies join us over the last few weeks and I would like to welcome them to our team.
While I was shopping at my local Co-Op I spotted some Panda Chocolate lolly’s and I immediately thought of the Party Panda’s Stamp Set.
As soon as I got home I put the shopping away, made a large coffee then went to my craftroom to work on a box for this cute lolly. I went through my cardstock to find colours that closely matched the lolly and decided on Very Vanilla and Early Espresso.