Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Project Tuesday - Box in a Bag

Before we start this week's project, we wanted to give you a little heads for next weeks challenge. Even though most of our challenges take less then a half an hour to create, next week's challenge will take a little longer to create. It's a fun treat for Halloween...

Here is a supply list for some of the items you will need:
- 1 Large mason jar
- 1 sleeve of graham crackers
- 1 Bag of Halloween M&M's
- Package of Halloween peeps
- Brown Sugar

Welcome SAS friends!! Thanks to all that stopped by and played along with us last week, we loved all of your calendar books! This week our September host, Lisa Cook, has challenged us to create a Box in a Bag. Lisa’s idea came from a wonderful tutorial from Splitcoast by Diana Gibbs. Click here for the easy step-by step instructions.

Here is Lisa's gorgeous samples! We warmly invite you to play along, grab your favorite stamps and supplies & have fun!! Thanks Lisa for this fun project idea!!

This is what you will need to create this project:
- Cardstock
- Scor-Pal or other scoring tool
- Sticky Strip
- Embellishments

When you play along with us, don’t forget to include your name in Mr. Linky so we can easily find you. If you upload your projects to Splitcoast, please include "stampsandsmiles" in the keywords.

Now let's check out the other samples from the Design Team:

By Amanda Gill

by Cindy Burgess mrsbscraftroom

by Vickilyn Crawford - Paper Hugs & Die Cut Dreams

By Jennifer Meyer - Jennifer's Sweet Designs


yvonne said...

This has to be the most easy one to do , yet so beautiful . love all the DT cards x

Angela said...

These look gorgeous, what a good idea!! The DT projecst are just so inspiring, I will try to give this one a go!!
hugs Angela x

Jeri said...

I just loved this little project. It was quick and easy. The Design Team projects were adorable and inspirational.

Rose said...

super fun project! and the DT did a knock out job :0)

suezie said...

Thanks for another fun challenge girlies - just love Cindy's 'retirement' version, sooo cute!

Jean Addis said...

I always look forward to these fun projects. Next week's sounds interesting!