Monday, July 27, 2009

Milk Made with Pizazz!

Being a cow fan, I couldn't resist ordering Lauren Meader's latest Papertrey Ink. Timeless Template called "Milk Made". How can you not love this adorable carrier and matching milk cartons? Combine this terrific template with Stampin' Up!'s new In Color papers and you just can't deny the cuteness factor. Hopefully my Sunday Stamp Club enjoyed this project yesterday because there is alot of cutting and scoring but I think the finished product makes it all worthwhile. If you're interested in purchasing the template for this project, visit Papertrey Ink.'s website for information on how to download instructions. For $5.00, you receive 18 color pages of design information, plus template download information for both large and small size cartons and carriers. You can find even more template ideas by visiting Lauren's blog. Thanks for checking out my latest posting!
Supplies: SU! Petal Pizzaz stamps, SU! Razzleberry Lemonade DSP, SU! Mambo Melon, Crushed Curry and Whisper White cardstock, SU! Mambo Melon, Crushed Curry, and Rich Razzleberry Classic Ink, SU! Crushed Curry polka dot grosgrain ribbon, SU! Scallop Circle, 1 3/8" and Scallop Border punches, Marvy Uchida Super Jumbo and Giga Circle and Scallop circle punches, pink cotton twine, dimensionals, Scor-Tape, Scor-Pal, Crop-A-Dile, piercing tool, SU! rhinestone brads, SU! vellum cardstock

1 comment:

Angi (Mistress_of_Mayhem) said...

just stopped by to say, "hi!" and as always lovely work! You are so great at matching up colors! Love that spiral picture, too.

What a fun idea to share! Hope you don't mind...I'm going to mention your blog candy on my blog...

Here's 10 in no particular order:
1. flip flops in rainbow colors - even better with some bling!
2. ice (hard to come by when you don't have a fridge. Thank goodness we NOW have one!)
3. cold drinks...ice cold! ;0)
4. BBQs - good food!
5. unscheduled days with the kids
6. long walks with my BFF (hey, honey!)
7. rainy days
8. homemade milkshakes
9. clean clothes right out of the dryer
10. technology that keeps us in touch with friends and family!

Thanks, Andrea, for helping to uplift our day!

Number of cows visiting my pasture...

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