Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Pistachio Pudding please!


I hope you are enjoying my posts, I will be trying to schedule my time to include taking the pictures and editing and uploading so that I can be more regular in my blogging.  It's not that I don't have something to share, it's that I don't always take the pictures and do what's needed to get them up here for you!  So it's a new SU Catalog year for us, so I am setting new goals and Blogging is one of them!  And you can find me on facebook too, INKin' All Night! with Rhonda (like my page and get other updates there too!)

Here's a bit more CASEing that happened last Friday night!  Yep, Dave was exhausted from a rough week and both girls were out, so we ordered take out and then each relaxed doing our own thing, hot Friday date night!

This time I started out to case the French Fry Box on pg 20.  Here's what happened!  I started with Pistachio Pudding cardstock and In Color Designer Series Paper and then ...

So I cut the front panel of the DSP for this box which meant the other half was waiting to be used because we can't throw anything out, that would be wasteful!  And you can see that I strayed from the catalog sample because I decided to use my Label Something stamp set since it has hardly seen ink (another goal, get my sets inky!).

So this one used the larger portion of the die and it was applied to give it a pretty inside liner.  I decided to keep to the same supplies and create a bit of an ensemble ... since by this time my mind was racing with additional ideas too!

Here they are together!  These are an adorable size and I can think of so many uses for them!  I just haven't left the house in order to buy any goodies to fill them up with, so shreddy it is!  ;)

Supplies used on these were the French Fry Box Die, Pistachio Pudding (cardstock and ink), In Color DSP Stack, Label Something stamp set, Hexagon punch, Ticket Duo punch, Modern Label punch, 7/8" Scallop Circle punch, Tea Lace Doilies, Pearl Jewels, Basic Hodgepodge Clips, new Thick Bakers Twine, 5/8" Organza Ribbon, new Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack.

Yep, you're gonna wanna come back for more!



Nikki Spencer said...

Rhonda these are absolutely gorgeous...So soft & Pretty! Thanks for sharing them. I am so looking forward to this die arriving now..:0)

Rhonda Morgan said...

Thank you Nikki - I hope you have fun and enjoy the die once you start playing with it! Addicting!!!