Monday, November 17, 2008

A FALL themed card and a gift idea

I love the die cuts that BasicGrey created to go with this collection of papers.

The ones I used here are just perfect for a little card.
Just how cute is this little girl? I added her with foam tape so that my elements had dimension and the little ball on her hat is an additional layer.

There are so many simple and fast ideas for giving a little gift to a co-worker or a neighbor. Just little things that say I am thinking of you and yet, you can make several of these. Mine also shows off some recycling. I used a plastic juice container. Of course, it was washed out well, the label was removed and I filled it with peppermint Lifesavers that are individually wrapped. This way the gift can be filled without having to handle candy. There are so many Christmas papers and supplies that make this a very easy craft. I used "punched out" snowflakes as my accents here.
Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)
Materials: Solid Cardstock
Patterned paper – Holly/Blitzen/BasicGrey
Punch out images – BasicGrey
Sticker letters – Mellow/BasicGrey
Fluid chalk stamp pads – Clearsnap
Rhinestones – Mark Richards, Inc.
Rub-on word – Making Memories
Clear Paper Glaze – Aleene’s®/Tulip
Materials:Patterned papers – Multi-stripe/Serenity Collection/Paper Salon (2 sided)
Circle and Snowflake Punches – Papershapers/EK Success
Tulle – Michaels


  1. LOVE that card Linda and the jar is so cute!

  2. LOVE that stinkin' sweet...what a great "green" candy container!

  3. That card is darling. I love the little girl. I didn't see those die cuts. I'll have to get some.

  4. Totally cute card, totally awesome gifty idea!

  5. I LOVE these how sweet is that Fall card??? Oh my dear, you are amazing. :) Beautiful work as always. :)

  6. That fall card is so adorable and I really like how you turned a common juice bottle into a lovely little present.

    Thanks for the inspiration.