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SUDSOL Blog Tour, September 6th
 

Hi!!  And welcome to my little spot on the SUDSOL Blog Tour!  I hope you're enjoying the tour so far! 

So, what is SUDSOL?  It's only one of the greatest places on the web for demonstrators to share and get ideas--both business and creative ideas!!  I've been a member for a million years, and I love it!  I'm also one of the Coordinators for one of the many programs they offer on SUDSOL.  If you're a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, please click HERE and give it a try!  You can get a FREE two week trial!  See if you like it!  (I know you will!!)

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  Okay, now on to the projects!!!

We're highlighting the Holiday Catalog on this tour, so I decided to do a few Halloween projects!  All three projects use the Goodly Ghouls Stamp Set!

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This first project is a "Box Card"!  It folds flat so you can mail it, but when you open it, there's a box underneath!!  I got the pattern on SUDSOL HERE!  SUDSOL has a whole library of templates and patterns--and the best part--step by step instructions, along with great samples to follow!

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Here it is, open:

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Wouldn't this be fun to send with some Pop Rocks inside?!!  Or, anything "flat"!  (like money!)

And, this little box, I CASE'd right from the Stampin' Success (our demonstrator newsletter from Stampin' Up!):

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Isn't he cute?!!

Last but not least is a super cute gum holder:

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Scarey, huh?!!!  The main image is popped up with Stampin' Dimensionals, and the flap is tucked under it to hold it closed:

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I found the idea for this box in the SUDSOL Gallery!  Connie had made a cute one using the Bootiful Occasions stamp set.  I used her template, and made my own!!  You can see hers HERE!  Our Gallery has hundreds of samples, with more added every single day!  So many ideas, so little time! :-)

Here is a complete list of supplies used:

Witch Card Box:  Googly Ghouls Stamp Set;  Basic Black, Tangerine Tango & Very Vanilla cardstock;  Howlstooth & Scaringbone Designer Paper;  Tangerine Tango and Basic Black Classic Ink pads;  Scallop Edge Punch, Snail Adhesive, Simply Scored Scoring Tool;  Googly Eyes

Mummy Treat Box:  Googly Ghouls Stamp Set:  Lucky Limeade, Pumpkin Pie and Whisper White Cardstock;  Big Shot, Labels Framelits, Chevron Embossing Folder and the Petite Purse Die;  Googly Eyes

Frankenstein Gum Holder:  Googly Ghouls Stamp Set;  Old Olive, Basic Black and Whisper White Cardstock;  Brights Collection Designer Series Paper Stack;  Howlstooth & Scaringbone Designer Paper;  1/2" Striped Satin Ribbon (basic gray & basic black);  Corner Rounder Punch;  Googly Eyes

Comments

Robin Messenheimer

Darling projects. These will definitely be on my "to do" list before long!

Diana Soling

Great projects! Love the card box!

Elaine

Great projects, will have lots of ideas for Halloween using these.

Ariane

very cute!

Carol Matthews

Cute projects! My grandgirls would love these!

Stacey Tomkowiak

Great projects! My to do list is getting longer.

Cynthia Stevenson

Cute boxes. I love these ideas!

Mary Davidson

Love your box card, Tammy! All your projects are really, really cute and inspiring. I never was a big fan of Halloween, but all these great ideas are changing my mind!

Barbara Furlong

I will have to try one of those box cards...never seen that one, thanks

Sara M.

I love your projects and can't wait to make that card!!

Leanne Gorsuch

LOVE your interpretation of the Box Card & Connie's Gum Holder. Both Patterns are in our SUDSOL Library, so please submit your pics to update our tutorials ... and you'll earn FREE TIME on your SUDSOL membership just for sharing!

Leanne Gorsuch, SUDSOL Patterns Library Coordinator

Mary Noble

Oh these are cute - makes me want to get this stamp set! Mary :-)

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