Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Creative Collage October - Blog Hop 3

 OCTOBER "For All Things" kit
  Full Kit Contents
“For All Things” Clear Stamp Set
One 4x6” piece of each of 6 of the Regals DSP (one of each designed 2 sided sheet for a total of
12 pieces) - Always Artichoke, Cajun Craze, Cherry Cobbler, Crushed Curry, Elegant Eggplant and Island Indigo
One 4.25x5.5” piece each of cardstock in - Always Artichoke, Cajun Craze, Cherry Cobbler,
Crushed Curry, Elegant Eggplant, Island Indigo, Whisper White and Very Vanilla
One yard of each – Crushed Curry 1/8” taffeta ribbon 
and Crumb Cake Seam Binding
2-1/2x6" strips - gold glimmer paper
6 Autumn Wooden Elements 
4 Gold Basic Metal buttons
  2 yards of linen thread
3 Chevron gift bags
1⁄2 yard of Gold Sequin trim
One each of 2 regular card bases – Always Artichoke & Cajun Craze with Very Vanilla envelopes
Two 3x3" gift card bases - Elegant Eggplant and Island Indigo with white envelopes
Two Crumb Cake notecards with envelopes
3 Blog Hops featuring a total of 9 projects plus
by email: a PDF of six exclusive BONUS projects. 
Watch for a special BONUS offer next month if you purchase three kits in a row.
For my third project I thought I'd make a simple table setting for my guests at Thanksgiving dinner.  One of the greatest things about SU products is how everything coordinates.  So I chose to use just the monochromatic look with Cajun Craze for this project - but it would look lovely mixing and matching all the colors of DSP and Cardstock included in the kit.  Maybe each guest could have their own color.
I made a napkin ring, a place-card and a little treat box - for nuts or maybe a little "truffle" for each guest.  The place-card was left blank, but will be lovely once you write your guest's name on it - with a coordinating SU Cajun Craze marker.  The napkin ring is just a strip of the DSP taped, and then the sentiment is punched out, as is a background Cajun Craze layer.  Then I added some of the gold sequins for a little touch of bling.
Here you can see the place-card - it is just a little tent of white with the layered DSP, white cardstock, and I just cut the wheat and attached with a glue dot - again the sequins were added to coordinate.
And finally the treat cup - a simple, basic little box, wrapped in DSP and the sentiment stamped and made like the one for on the napkin ring.
I really love the way it all looks together - and I'm sure your guests will love it too.
You must order and pay by paypal by midnight on the 15th to get this month's kit.  Don' miss out on this great deal and be sure to send me pictures of what you create with the kit.  See you soon. ~Maureen
      Heidi King    ~   Sarah Neill   ~    Maureen Rauchfuss
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All major products used to make this project

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