New at SU! Banner Year Halloween Door Hanger

We are back to celebrate the Fall-idays with more festive projects from our international group of Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators~ Take a moment to hop through and tell us what you like, and pin your favorites to your boards to remember later.

My project turns Halloween upside down by LEAVING a treat instead of taking one!

To create this door hanger, you’ll need a sheet of 8.5″ x 11″ card stock. Score from the short side at 2.5″ and 3.25″, then rotate the sheet 90 degrees and score at 1.75″, 2.5″, 6″ and 6.75″. Cut off the largest rectangles on both sides and fold along the score (dotted) lines and cut along the solid lines as shown:

It’s easiest to do any stamping you wish at this point while it’s flat, then fold the sides in, then up and adhere the lower outside rectangles to the front of the largest rectangle, creating a pocket. Punch a large circle at the top, embellish and fill with treats!

I used the circle I punched out at the top for the moon behind the cat:

I’ll post my supply list below, but if you are ready to skip to the next blog, here’s the button to take you to Heather’s blog where you’ll Have a Hoot!

Product List

October 2020 New at SU! Roll

Chase and Main – Gather Together

Triciaā€™s Stamping Creations – Donā€™t Stop Believinā€™

Stamping Flair – Plaid Tidings

Carterie Plus – Merry Moose

Sugar & Scraps – Gilded Autumn

Stampinā€™ Scrapper – Banner Year/Stitched Leaves

247Inkspiration – Tree Angle

Moore Fun Stamping – Celebration Tidings

Stamping with the Copper Cropper – Gilded Autumn

Creative Juice by Loni – Banner Year. YOU ARE HERE

Heather Cooper – Have a Hoot

Gifted Hands Ink – In the Pines/Festive Corners

Trim the Town, Make a Difference

The Augustā€“December 2020 Mini Catalog Inspiration

TRIMMING THE TOWN SUITE

Now is a great time to make something adorable and make a difference! The Coming Home stamp set (#153500) is part of the popular Trimming The Town suite and is the August-December 2020 Mini Catalog Making a Difference stamp set.

When you purchase the Coming Home stamp set you’ll be a part of supporting adoption, foster care, and infertility charities.

The Home Together Dies coordinate with both the stamps and the Trimming the Town Designer Series Paper (#153491) and makes it simple and fast to create layered scenes on card and decor projects.
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Trimming the Town Treat Boxes

Trimming the Town Treat Boxes

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SUPPLIES:

STAMPS
Coming Home (#153500)
*these coordinating stamps are optional for this project but are great for accents and coordination
PAPER
Old Olive (#100702), Whisper White (#100730), Poppy Parade (#119793), Bumblebee (#153077)
TOOLS
Home Together Dies (#153515), Paper Trimmer (#152392), Simply Scored Scoring Tool (#122334)
ADHESIVE
Multipurpose Liquid Glue (#110755), Mini Glue Dots (#103683)
EMBELLISHMENTS
All The Trimmings Ribbon Combo Pack (#153541)

TIPS: You can make the house treat box longer to fit bigger candies or gifts. Keep the 1-1/4″ width the same and increase the 2-1/2″ length to your preferred size. The score lines measurements will remain the same at 1/8″ along the long sides and 3/4″ along the 1-1/4″ sides.

Coordinating Products


TRIMMING THE TOWN SUITE COLLECTION #155105COMING HOME BUNDLE #155144COMING HOME PHOTOPOLYMER STAMP SET #153500TRIMMING THE TOWN DESIGNER SERIES PAPER #153491ALL THE TRIMMINGS EMBELLISHMENTS #153540ALL THE TRIMMINGS RIBBON COMBO PACK #153541

The Augustā€“December 2020 Mini Catalog Inspiration

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More Love to Mail

But wait! There’s MORE! Yesterday I shared a Pink/Red/White card (or Flirty Flamingo, Real Red and Whisper White), but if you haven’t had time to watch my Lunchtime Live Crafting Videos on Facebook each Monday, you may have missed some of the other Valentine themed projects I’ve been creating from the From My Heart Suite by Stampin’ Up!~ so I thought I’d share some here.

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If you have a hard time choosing which side of your Designer Series Paper to use on a card, make THESE CARDS instead, because you don’t have to choose! You can see one side on the front of the card and enjoy the other side of the DSP on the inside of the card! IMG_4398-(W)

They are simple enough to make with elementary students, too!

A few weeks ago, I demonstrated a few ideas for a party or small gift and made this fun tin with the same suite stuff:IMG_4385-(W)

One thing I really appreciate is that if you LOVE all these coordinating products, Stampin’ Up! has made it very easy to get them all (with a bit of a discount) with just one item from my Stampin’ Store! Of course, you can still pick and choose the products you like best (or order more of the things you LOVE).

Thanks for stopping by and may all the love you send come back to you!

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