Saturday, October 15, 2011

My latest creations!!!

So, I've been creating a lot and haven't had a chance to share them with you until now.
Here are the last 5 creations I've made.
1. I have a friend who was selling these fabulous reusable bags as a fundraiser ( different sizes made from recycled materials) for her children's Tahitian troupe and wanted some "Thank you" tags to attach to the bags when she delivered to them. Because both her daughter and son were both participating, I wanted to make 2 different tags that were girly and masculine. Here are the tags all packaged up with belly band to deep them together.

Here are the tags I made, hole punched and ready to be attached with some raffia.

2. A co-worker just got married and needed some tags for her candle favors. The candles needed tags with the bride and groom's name on them. So I made some 1" X 2" tags with their names and wedding date. To package them up nice, I used my Big Shot to make a box and kept it going with the brown and pink theme. Then I embossed a quick tag and made a belly band to hold it all together.

3. I had a friend ask for a keepsake for her sister-in-law who is expecting twins. I came up with this to capture all the guests' "words of wisdom" for the baby shower. Here's it all closed up with a belly band to hold it all closed:

Once the belly bad is slid off, this is it all opened up. The theme of the baby shower was "Two peas in a pod" for the soon to be arriving twins.

There were two rows of envelopes I put together that held a card for everyone to to write their "words of wisdom" for the mother-to-be. Each card has a tab on the top of it.

4. I have another friend that LOVES polar bears and I totally copied this from another demonstrator Christy Biggs' tag she made. Thanks Christy!

5. This next invitation is for a soon to be 2 year old with a Halloween themed party. It is a "wiper card," which means when you pull on the two white dots, a picture pops up like a wiper on your car! Cool, huh?

And on the back are the details to the party and a little "cow" encouraging everyone to where their costumes! What do you think?

Thanks for checking in!