Thursday, September 21, 2017

The Right Shoes

Hi Everybody,

The project I'm showing today is a card shaped like a high heel shoe.  This isn't just any high heel shoe though.  This shoe represents strength, hope, and life. 

October is breast cancer awareness month and I thought that I would make a pink high heel shoe in honor of this.

This file is from The Cutting Cafe and HERE IS A LINK to the online shop.  HERE IS A LINK to this high heel shoe file.

It was actually really easy to make this card.  I cut out the folding card part first with pink cardstock from Close To My Heart.  Then I cut out the piece called Top With Bottom Edge out of the patterned paper.  The pink glitter paper is the piece called Top.

The sentiment is included in this set and is a printable stamp.  I printed it with my laser printer and foiled it in pink foil using Thermoweb Pink Melon Deco Foil. 

I added a breast cancer ribbon cut out of the pink glitter paper.  I used Gina K Designs cardstock in Black Onyx and Innocent Pink.  To finish it off, I used the Tonic Ticket Punch in the corners and embellished with sequins from The Ton and Craft Medley. 

I think this is a really cute and different card that can be decorated anyway you want.  You can put the sentiment on the inside or print like a place card style like I did. You can write a few words of encouragement inside whether you put the sentiment inside or not.

I hope this card will sit on a shelf or somewhere visible where the recipient will see it and not only think about what a strong person she is but also about the loving friend she has who gave her the card.  You can of course put her favorite chocolate, etc., with the card.  I'm quite sure she would not mind that at all.  :)

I hope I inspired you to make a project for someone for October breast cancer awareness.

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day!


Monday, September 18, 2017

Oxide Ink Background for Christmas Card

Hi Everybody,

I have been somewhat MIA the last few days due to a knee issue but I'm back now.  I love this card that I'm showing you today.  I made an Oxide Ink background using Worn Lipstick, Candied Apple and Abandoned Coral.  These colors look really great together!  I did the smooshing technique where you put some ink down on your craft mat, spritz with water and 'smoosh' your watercolor cardstock into the ink.  I usually do it in two colors and use the heat gun for a few seconds. You may or may not need to dab with a paper towel. Then I'll dab it in another color or two and use heat gun again for a few seconds.  It's totally up to you because it will turn out different each time you do it so you just have to judge it for yourself to see when it looks right to you.  I love it when there is a little bit of white left. I took the spray bottle top off and flicked some water drops from the tube part of the sprayer.  You can use a paint brush as well.  You can also flick little spots of paint if you'd like. I used Bristol Smooth cardstock for this card. 

I used the stamp set from Sweet 'N Sassy Stamps called Christmas Botanicals. This is a lovely stamp set and I think you can do so much with it since there are two different kinds of flowers and also separate pieces such as holly leaf, berries, etc.  I love the font for Merry Christmas too.  I stamped everything with Versamark Ink and embossed with Stampendous Detail Fine Gold Embossing Powder.  Even though the flowers and leaves were somewhat colored in when I stamped them on the Oxide Ink background, I colored in the poinsettias and leaves with Zig Markers.  I used a Gold Wink of Stella pen for the center and then went over the centers of the flowers and the berries with Glossy Accents for some added shine and dimension.  

That's it!  When you make an Oxide Ink background, half of your work is done for you!  Did I inspire you to make an Oxide Ink background and use your Christmas stamps on it?  I think this gives the stamps a totally different look than the traditional way that I usually do them. 

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!


Thursday, September 14, 2017

Christmas Wreath

Hi Everybody,

This week I am on Sweet 'N Sassy's Blog using stamp sets called Christmas Wreath and Christmas Wishes.  This is the first Christmas card I've made this year!  I promised myself I would start in July and make a few each month and that did not happen.

The card stock I am using is from Gina K Designs called Cherry Red, Black Onyx, and Layering White.  I am really liking the brighter green and red together this year so I stamped the wreath with Colorbox Ink in Jalopeno.  I stamped the berries with Gina K Designs Cherry Red and it covered beautifully.

I got married this past April so I thought it would be nice to make cards using stamps such as 'from us' or 'from the family' so I used a stamp set called Christmas Wishes.  I really like the fonts in this set. I stamped with Versafine Onyx Black and embossed with Zing Clear Detail Fine Embossing Powder to give some dimension and shine.  I love how crisp and black Versafine ink looks.

I cut the letter 'B' out with the Silhouette machine.  I have been wanting to get a wooden letter B to go on the front door ever since I got married in April. Monograms are very popular where I live in Mississippi so I liked the idea of using the Letter 'B' on the card making it more personal since the card is 'from our family' and we're newly married this year.   The bow was also cut out with the Silhouette, folded and glued together.  I brushed Wink of Stella in Clear over the bow and put some Glossy Accents in the center.

To finish it off I used some red and silver metallic twine from my stash. Glossy Accents were used on the berries and the letter 'B' to give lots of shine and dimension.  

HERE IS A LINK to the Sweet 'N Sassy online store for more Christmas stamps, dies, etc.

I hope I inspired you to make some Christmas cards, especially ones that are personal and unique for your family.  

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day!


Wednesday, September 13, 2017

New Release Blog Hop Graciellie Design - This Season

Hi Everybody,

Welcome to the Graciellie Design September New Release Blog Hop!  There are several new stamp sets available in the online shop today so please take a minute to hop to see some beautiful inspiration from the design team.  

The stamp set I used is called This Season and HERE IS A LINK to Graciellie Design online shop where you can purchase this new stamp set beginning today.   

I wanted to keep this card fairly simple because I wanted the apple blossom stamp and sentiment to stand out more than dies, embellishments, etc.  

To begin, I sized the apple blossom stamp and sentiment how I wanted them and I did it within a space of 4-1/4"x 5-1/2" so I could cut it down to fit a card perfectly.  I colored the apple blossom with Copic Markers.  To add some sparkle, I used a clear Wink of Stella glitter brush pen and for the center and the stamen, I used a gold Wink of Stella glitter brush pen.  I LOVE this gold pen!  It leaves a thick coat of color and you can layer as well.  

I used a background stamp from Impression Obsession called Cover A Card - Canvas.  I use this stamp when I want to use a light, neutral color for the background and show texture.  I used Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Antique Linen for this.  To add a little more subtle texture to the background, I added some splotches in Distress Ink, Tattered Rose using a Stampin' Up set called Gorgeous Grunge.  This was a perfect soft color for this card.  In order to make the background look like this, I had to mask off the flower stamp.  I cut it out with my Scan N Cut, no more fussy cutting!  I thought the background stamp would go all the way up to my stamped image but it left the white area around it, I like it though.

I used Gina K Designs card stock in Chocolate Brown and Kraft colors.  I used some Distress Ink in Vintage Photo and sponged around the background layer.  It bothers me to have white edges.  I added a few dew drops using some Brutus Monroe glue because it dries so quickly.  I felt like it needed something else to finish it off and I decided on some natural and gold twine, which I just wrapped around a couple of times, taped it on the back to hold it and tied a little bow.  I think this looks fabulous with the other elements of the card.

The next stop for you on the hop will be Shylaa Shree.  If you would like to start from the beginning, you will go to Graciellie Design blog.  Please leave a comment on Graciellie Design Blog for a chance to win a $10 gift card to the shop.  

I hope you are enjoying the hop and thanks so much for stopping by mine.  

Have a great day!


Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Just The Two Of Us

Hi Everybody,

Today I'm on Strawberry Jude Stamps blog.  I'm very excited to be a guest designer this month for them.  The stamp set I used is called Fishing With Moose and Hedgehog and is so adorable and perfect for a masculine card.  I am going to give the card I am posting today to my husband for his birthday this month. It can also be great for a Valentine's Day card as well. 

HERE IS A LINK to Strawberry Jude Stamps online store and HERE IS A LINK to the stamp set I am using today. There is also a super cute dragon stamp set available in the new release called, Dragons and Jewels and HERE IS A LINK to that stamp set. 

This is what the stamp set looks like that I used...

I really had a lot of fun with this one.  I made a scene using the moose and hedgehog in the hammocks, the 2 trees and the sentiment, just the two of us. 

I used Bristol Smooth paper and began by sponging a light layer of Memento Summer Sky, which is a perfect light blue color for this.  Next I wanted to add some texture with clouds so I used a couple of older Spellbinders Scalloped Oval Dies in two different sizes.  I sponged right around the edge of the die positioning it different ways and I used Gina K Designs Powder Blue ink.  

I used Gamsai Tambi watercolor paints and simply painted a strip of grass across the bottom and then I used a Zig Real Brush Marker to flick blades of grass on top.  I also used these watercolor paints to color in  he trees and hammocks and Zig Markers to color the animals.  

The hearts were cut out of Gina K Designs kraft card stock using Poppy Stamps Heart Frames dies and the sentiment was stamped with Versamark ink and embossed with Hero Arts white embossing powder. 

I hope you'll check out the Strawberry Jude Stamps online store for the two new release stamps as well as all of the other clear polymer stamps.  I am really impressed with the quality of these stamps. This was my first time using their stamps and I highly recommend them.  

I hope I inspired you to try building a scene around your stamps.  It's very easy and fun to see each part come together. It's just another way to enhance your stamps. 

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!


Sunday, September 10, 2017

Winner of the 3D Pumpkin Trio

Hi Everybody,

I want to thank you for hopping with The Cutting Cafe's blog hop that started this past Thursday.  I thought the 3D Pumpkin Trio was so cute as a fall decoration, Halloween, etc., so that's why I chose it and wanted someone to win it.  

The winner of this pumpkin file is Missy Dennis.  Congratulations!!!

Please send an email to me at, with your email address and this file will be sent to you and I would LOVE to see what you make.  The instructions are included with the file but if have any questions, please feel free to ask, either on email or Facebook.  

If you have not ever been to The Cutting Cafe's online shop, I invite you to check out not only the many SVG files but there is also a separate area where you will find clear stamps and accessories for your stamps and files, such as patterned paper, inks, products to use with shaker cards to name just a few. 

The owner, Regina Easter, also makes custom stamps and printed custom ribbon and cellophane bags.  Watch in the near future for me to use some custom ribbon and cellphone bags in a Halloween project. 

If anyone is interested in the 3D Pumpkin Trio I made in the bloghop, HERE IS A LINK.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!


Friday, September 8, 2017

Masculine Thankful Fall Card Foiled

Hi Everybody,

Today I am showing a card I made for a male to let him know that I appreciate him.  I used several Brutus Monroe products for the first time and I am very pleased with everything I used.  I really love trying new company's products and especially when I'm happy with the results.  HERE IS A LINK to Brutus Monroe online store.

This is a really easy card to make and you can substitute different type stamps.  I started out with Gina K Designs card stock called Tomato Soup, which is one of my all time favorite colors.

I bought a 6x6 paper pad from Brutus Monroe called Tangled Elements.  It is black and white with Fall designs that I thought would match the stamp set I used called Autumn Thanks.  The first thing that popped into my head was, how cool would it be to be able to foil this!!!  I sent Christopher Alan, owner of Brutus Monroe, a note about that and he said sure you can foil it, it's printed with a laser printer.  That's exactly what I wanted to hear!

I used Copper Deco Foil by Thermoweb and had no idea what to expect and I about fell out of my chair when it came out of the Minc Machine.  It was so pretty that I made a one minute live video on Facebook.  It foiled perfectly!  So if you love to foil anything that doesn't move like me, this would be something different and fun to use.  This was originally going to be my whole card front but I decided to break it up with some stamping, but subtle stamping, because I wanted the foiled paper to be the star of the show.

I used every one of the stamps in the set.  I arranged them in the MISTI the way I wanted them and stamped all at one time.  Isn't it so wonderful to be able to stamp everything at one time???  I embossed with Brutus Monroe Embossing Powder in Icicle, which is clear.  So when you use clear embossing powder on colored card stock you get shiny stamped images that are the same color as the card stock.

I stamped the sentiment and embossed with Brutus Monroe Embossing Powder called Penny, which is copper. This color is so pretty!  I cut it out with a Gina Marie Designs Stitched Banner Die.  So then the hard part.... where do I put the sentiment?  Do I want to use some twine going across the middle of the card where the two papers meet?  I was going to put it in the right lower corner but I felt like the card was bare so I put it in the center.

I finished it off by adding a few copper nail heads and brown glitter enamel dots from my stash.  I normally do not put glittered anything on a masculine card but these brown dots are so dark, it's not super noticeable.  I thought if I put copper nail heads there, it would have too much copper so that's why I chose the brown.

I hope I inspired you to make some masculine Fall cards.  Tell those men in your life how thankful you are for them, this is the perfect time to do it.  I also hope you'll give Brutus Monroe products a try.  I had a lot of fun using them on this card.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!


Thursday, September 7, 2017

3D Fall Trio of Pumpkins

Hi Everybody,

Welcome to The Cutting Cafe's blog hop!  Each designer will be giving away the file(s) used on their projects today as a prize.  All you have to do is leave a comment on my blog and let me know what you think about this project and if you win, where will you put it?  Leave a comment on the other designers blogs for a chance to win the file to make their project as well.  HERE IS A LINK to The Cutting Cafe online shop.  You'll find SVG files, clear stamps, 6x6 paper pads, inks, sand, and other products to help you with embellishing your creation.

It's starting to feel like Fall here.  I do not have my Fall decorations out yet so the file I chose for today's post is something that can be easily made to use as Fall decor.  HERE IS A LINK to the 3D Pumpkin Trio

This shows how you can fold them up and store them.

Here are a few different photos in different parts of my house.

This file is easy to work with.  I cut 6 of the pumpkins out for each size, small, medium, and large but you can make them fuller if you would like to by cutting a few more. The most difficult part for me was choosing what papers I wanted to use but it was also fun to look through my patterned papers.  I used some patterned and some solid and many of them were scraps I had.  Instructions are included with this file.  Then I cut 6 half sides out of the patterned papers to glue around the inside of the pumpkin. 

You are just going to be gluing the pumpkins together and then gluing the patterned papers where you want them.  Then you will cut out the stems, leaves, and curly thing (not sure what that is called) :)  I cut a small slit in the bottom of the stems and slid them over the top and used a drop of glue to glue down.  Then you glue the curly thing to the leaf and the leaf to the stem.  If you get this file and have any questions, please feel free to contact me here or on Facebook and I'll be glad to help you.  I used Brutus Monroe glue and I am extremely happy with it. It dries super quick!

You can also decorate these pumpkins with Halloween papers.  I think tying some black tulle around the top would look awesome.  You can put accessories on it such as spiders, etc.  I considered doing this but I need to get Fall projects out of my system first before Halloween.  

There are also some printable sentiments included with this file. 

If you are here then you came from Tina Goodwin's blog and I am your last stop.  If you would like to start from the beginning, here's a link to Regina Easter's blog, owner of The Cutting Cafe.  She has a special prize package for you to win and I'll give you a hint... if you like the color Teal, then you should visit her blog. 

Please comment if you liked my project and would like to win the file.  I'll choose a winner on Saturday, September 9th and post who the winner is on Sunday, the 10th.  Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Leaf Silhouettes

Hi Everybody,

I'm excited to be posting for the first time for Sweet 'N Sassy Stamps.  If you aren't familiar with this company and I think most people are, HERE is a link to the online shop.  There is currently a 20% off overstock sale going on.

The stamp set I used for today's card is called Leaf Silhouettes and HERE is a link to it.   Isn't this a great set??  I love the bold leaves and fabulous sentiments.  You can pull out all of your pretty fall ink colors and really see them on these stamps. 

I started out by stamping a whole bunch of leaves in all different colors of inks and then I cut out with coordinating dies (only the stamp set is available at this time).  I also cut out leaves with the smaller dies in different color card stock.  I used 2 dies on the card as a frame. I embossed the sentiment with Brutus Monroe Copper Embossing Powder.  I used Gina K card stock. Pop dots give the leaves a little dimension.  I finished it off by adding a few brown glitter enamel dots and used some natural twine.  This was a really fun set to use.  

The September new releases are going to be coming out very soon so stay tuned.  

I hope I inspired you to make some Fall cards. I love Fall colors so I have alot of fun with card during the Fall through Thanksgiving season.  

Check out the 20% off overstock sale and there are other discounts going on as well, such as buy stamp set get coordinating dies free.  

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day!


Friday, September 1, 2017

Gracielle Design Hydrangea Stamp Using Mottled Foil Technique

Hi Everybody,

I have a beautiful card to show you today along with a special promotion that starts today at the Graciellie Design shop.  There are four bundles that include four stamp sets on sale for 30% off until 9/14 and 50% off select stamp sets. Leave a comment on the Graciellie Design blog and you could win a $10 off coupon to use in the shop.  

I chose a bundle called Beautiful Singles.  The stamp that I used today is called Elegant Greetings. The bundle also includes the stamp sets Amazing Things, Cup of Tea, and Bouquet of Blessings.  

HERE is a link to this bundle 

I made this card around an oxide ink background that I really liked.  I used card stock from Paper Temptress called Amethyst Mica/Metallic.  This card stock is very pretty and a great weight with a beautiful sheen.  It worked great for the shaker card I made.  

I used lilac Deco-Foil by Thermoweb initially to foil the hydrangeas and I thought it was very pretty but I wanted some blue in them to match my background.  

There is a technique video on Graciellie Design blog called The Mottled Foil Technique  and I gave it a try and was very happy with the results so I wanted to share it with you.  You do need to use a laser printer to print the digital images and sentiments in order to foil them.  

I also made a short video on the promotion and the foil technique. 


First I crumpled up the piece of lilac foil into a little ball and then uncrumpled it and put it over the hydrangea and ran it through the Minc machine.  Then I took the piece of lapis watercolor foil and laid it on the hydrangea like I normally would to foil and ran it through the minc. There were no lines doing it this way!  

To ensure I had everything foiled since there are so many petals, I ran it through a third time with lilac foil on top as I normally would.  This is an easy way to give your image a two toned look or if you use a color crumpled up and then use the same color normally, it can give a distressed look.  I also used the lilac foil to foil the sentiment.  I also think it would look awesome to cut a few extras hydrangeas, cut out petals and layer for some added dimension.  

This is just another idea to put into your arsenal of techniques to use one day.  I hope you'll check out the Graciellie Design blog to see this video where I originally learned this technique and also to comment to win a $10 off coupon to the Graciellie Design shop.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!


Wednesday, August 30, 2017

3D Sunflower for Amazing Person

Hi Everybody,

I have had a sunflower die in my stash for several years and every Fall I have wanted to use it but never have, so today I finally used it!  

I used a Spellbinders die called Create a Sunflower.  It's really easy to do, there's just a lot of die cutting of petals and then gluing them all together.  I used Gina K Designs cardstock for the entire card except for the patterned paper.  I used Sweet Corn for the petals, Grass Green for the leaves, Tomato Soup (one of my fav colors) for a layer, and charcoal brown for the center of the flower.  I was going between black, chocolate brown and the charcoal brown and I think the charcoal brown matched the plaid stripe well so that made my decision.

The plaid patterned paper is by Lawn Fawn called Perfectly Plaid Fall.  I have been wanting to use these Lawn Fawn plaid papers for awhile too.  The bottom layer of the card is sweet corn by Gina K.   I cut the plaid paper out with a My Favorite Things die called Bold Stripes Cover Up.  I love how this turned out!

For the sentiment I used Simon Says Stamp You Matter stamp set.  I embossed with Brutus Monroe Alabaster Embossing Powder and stamped on the Gina K charcoal brown.  This is the first time I've cut up my sentiment like this.  I see it done a lot so I thought I'd try it and I like how it turned out. Last, I used some clear sequins from The Ton Stamps.

I love making Fall cards and I hope I inspired you to make some.  Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!


Friday, August 25, 2017

Exciting News Designing for Sweet 'N Sassy Stamps

Hi Everybody,

This is a short post to make an exciting announcement!  I will be designing for Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps beginning with the September release.  I'll provide a link to the shop where you'll find a range of stamps from flowers, snowmen, animals, scripty words you name it.  They are also well known for having Religious stamps.  I know a lot of people love to use scripture stamps.  I'm sure you will find something here.  

There is also a Bible Journaling group.  I'll provide a link to the blog as well if you would like to check out some of the design team's projects.

Thank you so much for your support and I can't wait to begin!

HERE'S A LINK to Sweet 'N Sassy Stamps Online Shop

HERE'S A LINK to Sweet 'N Sassy Blog

OH, by the way there is a 20% off overstock sale going on right now!  Check it out!  

Thank you so much for stopping by and have a great day!


Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Dahlia Bouquet in Watercolor

Hi Everybody,

I want to share a simple card that I think looks really rich and beautiful.  I finally took the time to watercolor paint.  I used a stamp from WPlus9 called Beautiful Bouquets, Dahlias. I love this stamp! 

I first embossed the bouquet stamp with Hero Arts White Embossing Powder and then used Gansai Tambi Watercolor Paints.  I only used one color purple for the flowers but because of shading, you can make it look like you used more and I used two green color paints.  I had to let the layers dry and ended up painting three to four layers. I'm not usually a patient person so that's why I haven't taken the time to sit down to do this previously but I actually really enjoyed it.  I used a light blue Zig Marker for a subtle background.  I was going to add another layer or two but I really didn't think it was necessary for this one.

SO... I originally was going to paint this in orange and pinks but changed my mind.  I had already painted a couple of buds in an orange color but I thought it wouldn't be any big deal to paint purple over them.  Wrong!  It turned them into a burgundy color!  This is why I used the two black strips in the positions they are, to cover that up!  I used a Gina Marie Designs stitched oval to cut the bouquet out and added a few clear sequins from The Ton Stamps. To make the petals have a shimmer, I used Wink of Stella Clear Shimmer brush glitter pen.

The beautiful purple linen looking card stock is from Gina K Designs.  The sentiments I used are from Altenew, Persian Motifs.  These fit perfectly to cover that area.  I used the white embossing powder on Gina K Designs Black Onyx card stock.  

I need a lot of practice watercoloring.  People make it look so easy in videos.  It's basically done the same way as you would with markers with the shading but you just have to build up the color while waiting for the layers to dry. 

I hope I inspired you to take some time, relax, and get those watercolor paints out that you've been meaning to use. :)

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day!


Sunday, August 20, 2017

3D Cup with Paper Flowers

Hi Everybody,

Today I'm showing a 3D Cup that I made from The Cutting Cafe.  The file comes with all pieces for the cup and 26 sentiments I believe.  I also made my own flowers using the paper flowers template.

My Mother In Law will send home a little styrofoam cup with a paper towel in it containing 2 or 3 flowers that she picked from her garden when my husband stops by there. This is what inspired the project I made and I am giving it to her.  I made it in orange and the sentiment in green because she likes these two colors.

Click HERE for The Cutting Cafe online store.  You will find SVG files, clear stamps, embellishments.  You can order custom stamps here as well.  

Click HERE for a link to the 3D CUP that I used here.

Click HERE for a link to the Paper Flower file I used. (Scroll down until you see Paper Flower Template and Video and you'll see a carnation flower)

I used 12x12 paper from Close To My Heart for the cup and glitter cardstock from Heidi Swapp called Marquee Love.  I used Scor-Tape and Tombo Glue for the adhesive. For the flowers, I used my Ad-Tec hot glue gun.  I haven't used a glue gun in quite a while.  Oh the glue strings!!!  :) 

I cut out the flowers in all three sizes with my Scan N Cut.  Look how perfect this cuts!  No more fussy cutting for me!  (sorry for the shadow, I was in front of a window)

I actually foiled the flowers with rose gold but after I inked up the flowers you couldn't tell.  I used Tim Holtz Distress Inks and a jumbo sponge dauber to sponge ink in Spiced Marmalade, Fired Brick, and Scattered Straw just trying to make them all have different shades of orange petals.  Click HERE for a link to the page where you can find this paper flower file.  There is an excellent video on this page explaining how to make these flowers in three sizes.  Mine turned out pretty good I think.  They look like roses and carnations.  I went around the edge of the flowers after they were finished with Clear Wink of Stella.  For the stem, I used a floral pick.  I cut off the wire and wrapped floral tape around the very top and I hot glued the flower to it.  

The sentiment is from the print file included in the 3D Cup file.  First I foiled it with Spring Green Deco Foil by Thermoweb using a Mini Minc machine.  I used a Gina Marie Designs stitched oval die to cut it out.  I used natural twine for the tag to hang on the cup and a glue dot on the back of the tag to make it stay in place.  

Seems like I've gotten pretty sentimental lately, creating projects that family inspired.  I'm just trying to mimic the cup she gives me.  She'll love t his one because it's orange and has bling!  Gotta love some sparkle!

I hope I inspired you to check out these SVG and print files.  There are videos on how to make the cup and the flowers so don't be afraid to try it.  The cup can be decorated so many ways.  It can be decorated for a teacher gift, Halloween paper and treats, hot chocolate in the winter, Christmas and Valentine treats, etc. 

Thank you so much for stopping by and have a great day!