Lawn Fawn School House Treat Box

Welcome back everyone! It’s getting to be that time of the year when I need to start thinking about end-of-the-year gifts for teachers and aides. I wanted a unique treat box so I had an idea to turn the Scalloped Treat Box into an old-fashioned school house.

VIDEO DETAILS

I have a video you can view down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

Using Chili Pepper card stock is key in creating this as that is the color of the old-fashioned school house. Otherwise, it’ll look just like any house. I cut out the Scalloped Treat Box die twice from the Chili Pepper card stock.

For the door, windows and roof I’m using the Winter House Add on. I die cut those from Sunflower, Storm Cloud and White card stock. I also die cut a piece of Cilantro card stock using the Grassy Borders die and add a little Artichoke Ink to the top of the grass with a blending brush.

Before I assemble the box, I’m going to add all of my pieces using foam tape. I love the look of dimension on the school house.

To assemble the treat box, I’m adding Double Sided Tape to the flaps and the bottom of one of the boxes. Then use the bone folder to crease all along those score lines and attach together.

For the sentiment, I’m using the How You Bean Star Add On stamp set. All the teachers and Aids are stars in my book! I heat embossed this in white embossing powder onto Storm card stock and cut out with the Everyday Sentiments Banner Die. I attached to the front of my school house with liquid glue to finish off the treat box.

I love how this came out and I think it will make a great treat box! Hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration!

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January Stamp Release Blog Hog Guest Designing!

Hey Everyone! 

Now if you’re here from Michelle’s Blog you’re in the right place, if you’re just passing through start at the beginning because you don’t want to miss a thing.  I also have the complete line up at the bottom.Here is what I made:
This fun treat jar! I plan on giving this to a teacher for Valentine’s Day. I have pencils and suckers placed inside with some sparkly grass. Did you know you can use felt with these dies? It works really well depending on the type of felt you have. I used the felt hearts on the front of the jar and cardstock hearts on the pencils.

Supplies Used
Heart Dies 1 & 2 (New!)
Kiss Me A Latter (New!)
Flag Die
Doodle Bug Paper
Felt
Papertrey Ink Cardstock
Momento Black Ink
I have had so much fun sharing projects with you throughout the week as a guest designer for Jaded Blossom! They are truly a fantastic company! And their shipping department…. the fastest I’ve ever seen!!! 


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Hand Santa-tizer Gifts

Here are some more gifts I put together. I used supplies from Jaded Blossom and SVG Cutting Files. 
I had purchased a bunch of small hand sanitizer bottles back in August while school shopping. At the time, Ghostbusters was popular and so Slimer was on the label. I decided to wrap the bottle in patterned paper to cover up Slimer haha… 
Kawaii Happy Christmas Tree – SVG Cutting Files
Luggage Tag Die – Jaded Blossom
Holiday Pampering Stamp – Jaded Blossom
Have a great day! 
~Mindy

Sock Snowmen are Back!!

It’s always such a busy time of year for me. I love to make gifts for the teachers and I know my daughter loves when I do this too. It’s my way of showing them I appreciate everything they do for my kids.
I started doing these a few years ago when a friend posted her adorable snowmen! She also has the best tutorial for them which you can find HERE. Thank you Ms. Kimm!! She adds a few more embellishments than I do but when I have to make 10+ …. I like to stay simple lol .. 
For the eyes on my snowmen, I had some brads that looked like buttons which I was able to just stick in. Although I do like to add a dab of hot glue to them to make sure they stay put. I also add a dab of hot glue to the hats to keep them in place.
This year I added a tag to my little snowmen. For my tag I used supplies from Jaded Blossom
Thanks for stopping by ! 
~Mindy