3:00 Thanks – Episode 2

Today’s 3:00 Thanks video is available over at Creative Treats Club’s Facebook page. Have a look to learn how to make cards using this simple design.
Today’s cards were made using Stampin’ Up! Flowering Foils Designer Series Paper (DSP) along with coordinating cardstocks and inks (Early Espresso, Smoky Slate, Soft Suede and Basic Gray) along with various Stampin’ Up! stamps.
This card was made using Stampin’ Up! Flowering Foils Designer Series Paper (DSP) along with coordinating cardstock and ink (Smoky Slate and Basic Gray) along with various Stampin’ Up! stamps.
This card was made using Stampin’ Up! Flowering Foils Designer Series Paper (DSP) along with coordinating cardstock and ink (Smoky Slate and Soft Suede) along with various Stampin’ Up! stamps.
This card was made using Stampin’ Up! Flowering Foils Designer Series Paper (DSP) along with coordinating cardstock and ink (Smoky Slate and Soft Suede) along with various Stampin’ Up! stamps.
This card was made using Stampin’ Up! Flowering Foils Designer Series Paper (DSP) along with coordinating cardstock and ink (Smoky Slate and Basic Gray) along with various Stampin’ Up! stamps.

Have you made any cards using this beautiful paper yet. If so, please leave a link in the comments below. I’d love to see them.

10:00 Treat Boxes – Episode 1

Here are the Treat Boxes I made during today’s live video over at Creative Treat Club’s Facebook Page. Have a peek if you’re interested in learning how to make these boxes. They hold A2-sized (4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″) cards.
The patterned paper is from the April 2020 Scrapbook and Cards Today Sampler pack. I’ve paired it with coordinating Stampin’ Up! colours including Blushing Bride and Basic Black. The thank you sentiment stamp is from Stampin’ Up! The ink is Memento Tuxedo Black.
The patterned paper is from the April 2020 Scrapbook and Cards Today Sampler pack. I’ve paired it with coordinating Stampin’ Up! colours including Blushing Bride and Basic Black. The thank you sentiment stamp is from Stampin’ Up! The ink is Memento Tuxedo Black.
The patterned paper is from the April 2020 Scrapbook and Cards Today Sampler pack. I’ve paired them with coordinating Stampin’ Up! colours including Blushing Bride and Basic Black.

What else besides A2-sized (4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″) cards do you think would fit well in these boxes? Please let me know in the comments below.

3:00 Thanks

Have a peek over on Creative Treat’s Facebook Page to see how I made these cute Thank You cards.
The paper is from Scrapbook and Cards Today’s April Sampler Pack as is the thank you stamp. The coordinating cardstock and inks are Daffodil Delight and Basic Black (Memento Tuxedo Black ink) from Stampin’ Up!. The bee and flower stamps are from a recent Stampin’ Up! PaperPumpkin kit.
The paper is from Scrapbook and Cards Today’s April Sampler Pack as are the stamped images and sentiment. The coordinating cardstock and ink are Old Olive and Terra Cottta Tile from Stampin’ Up!.
The paper is from Scrapbook and Cards Today’s April Sampler Pack as are the stamped images and sentiment. The coordinating cardstock and inks are Old Olive and Terra Cotta Tile from Stampin’ Up!.
The paper is from Scrapbook and Cards Today’s April Sampler Pack as is the thank you and flower stamps. The coordinating cardstock and inks are Terra Cotta Tile and Basic Black (Memento Tuxedo Black ink) from Stampin’ Up!.

Upcoming October Workshop Dates

For more details about these upcoming events you can check out the details on Creative Treats Club’s Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/creativetreatsclub/

https://www.facebook.com/events/470135777154283/?ti=icl

https://www.facebook.com/events/633907877102110/?ti=icl

https://www.facebook.com/events/835127796883302/?ti=icl

I hope that you’ll be able to join us in person. If not, I will be creating some videos of the projects that we make.

Treats #0003 – One Piece Coffee Crisp Box – Scoring

Below are the scoring instructions for these one-piece boxes. I shift the card stock slightly when scoring to allow the top to be just a bit larger than the bottom. I find that the great fit is worth the extra effort to figure out (and follow) the slightly more complicated scoring directions.

Once the scoring is done, I cut, trim and slightly wedge the flaps and tabs.

Then I apply two-sided tape. You will notice there is only one row of tape when a flap is simply folded over. The edges with a second row of tape are where tabs are adhered before the flap is folded over.

Then I fold and score. Next up is the assembly. I first adhere the sections that don’t have any tabs to tuck under. When there are tabs to tuck, I align/square the side tabs and adhere them to the tape then I fold over the flap.

I plan to make better written instructions as well as a video in the future. In the meantime, if you have any questions, let me know in a comment on this post, via email or DM me on Instagram.

Create. Treat. Repeat.