Sunday, 17 April 2011

Let’s take a Waltz :)

…with Waltzing Mouse stamps….

waltz

Waltzing mouse stamps do a WM friends waltz on the 17th of every month Deets HERE

This is the first time that i have joined in (Well i did only *find* WM about a month ago…lol)  I didn’t get chance yesterday to do what i had planned, i only managed to get one little thing done thanks to the joys of gardening and kids, so please don’t be expecting much from this post…lol (Will promise to have something better next month…lol) The theme this month is Easter! Well i don’t have any WM easter stamps so i had to use another easter stamp image alongside my WM stamps. I decided to show how to create a quick treat/gift holder using the Vintage banner stamps.

You could always stamp an image onto the inside square base too *I was in a rush…lol*

Thread some ribbon into the holes to hold your pennant holder together, add a tag etc.

Obviously you could decorate the outside up a lot more , i just didn’t have the time so i just had to leave it plain Sad smile

I absolutely love these vintage banner stamps. I just need to get the lil ole funds up a bit so as i can place order #3 with WM…lol Smile

…Am gonna go and have a waltz around the other ‘waltzer’s’ blogs Smile

TFL

Shaz xxx

19 comments:

Cyndie said...

Very cute! Great idea for making the basket--thanks for showing us how. Awesome coloring!

Lee said...

Such a great project. Thanks for the tutorial!

Joanne Gilch said...

Really a cute candy/treat holder! Thanks for the idea and the directions. Hope you enjoyed the waltz!!

Lynn said...

Great tutorial Shaz...this is a great gift idea!

Inkyfingers said...

This is a great idea Shaz and thanks for the step by step instructions.
Hugs
Carol x

Kelly S. said...

OH WOW! That is such a great idea! Thanks so much for sharing the photos and tutorial because I never would have been able to think this up on my own. Love the colors and patterns that you chose for your Easter treat box!

Carly said...

Wow this is wonderful!!! Great tutorial too!

Tosha Leyendekker said...

Absolutely fantastic idea!!! What a charming gift box you made with the banners!!

Julia Aston said...

I LOVE your creative banner box! I'll be CASEing this for sure! A wonderful Easter treat container!

Bumblebee said...

Great idea, I just love those banner dies!

Bonnie said...

Brilliant! Love this idea!

Cassie_lu said...

what a great use of the stamp set and die

Crafty Math Chick said...

Very sweet - thanks for the cool tutorial!

Claire Brennan said...

Oh Genius idea!! Love this little treat box - it's perfect - will CASE!!!! Thank you so much for waltzing with us!!

Jen Cuthbertson said...

What a brilliant way to use the pennants! I love your project and thank you for sharing how you did it! Great job!

LaurieJ said...

What a fantastic treat basket! The giftee is going to be very lucky. Thanks for sharing your idea!

Anastasia (Νατάσα) said...

Brilliant idea! I'll have to try making the treat box myself, thanks for the tutorial!

Helen L said...

What a great idea!!! I love that you just started the tutorial right at the beginning, before showing the finished product: kind of like reading a mystery novel - you keep going to see what happens in the end!

rudlis said...

Wow, this is absolutely stunning.
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