Wednesday, May 9, 2012

My Creative Time 3D Wednesday - BIRTHDAY

Hello. It is time for another My Creative Time 3D Wednesday and today all of our projects are going to have a birthday theme to them.

I thought I would throw together a couple of simple but nice birthday favors/gifts. Emma's products make this SO easy to do. For my first project I made a little hand sanitizer holder.


All I did was use the My Creative Time Stitched Lollipop Holder, The Scallop and Stitched Circle Dies, I used the All Around Birthday Time stamp set for the sentiment and Anyday Bingo and Crossword for the cute little cupcake. Then I accented with some Stickles and twine and voila I was done. Super easy.

My next project is a little treat box.


For this one I used the Bubblegum Treat Box Die, The Stitched Circle Die and the All Around Birthday Time stamp set. I heat embossed the crown with silver embossing powder and added a few gems and a little bit of Stickles to it. I also used some pretty twine to tie the sides together. Again super easy but cute.

Make sure to stop by Emma's blog for TONS of birthday inspiration! And don't forget she will be starting her early release on her birthday May 10th! It is an awesome release and you won't want to miss it.

Have a terrific day! Hugs- Glora

Items Used:

My Creative Time Dies-Stitched Lollipop Holder Die
My Creative Time Dies - Scallop and Stitched Circle Dies
My Creative Time stamps - All Around Birthday Time
My Creative Time stamps - Anyday Bingo and Crossword
DCWV - Citrus Stack
Twine from The Twinery
Stickles

My Creative Time Dies - Bubblegum Treat Box Die
My Creative Time Dies - Stitched Circle Die
My Creative Time stamps - All Around Birthday Time
Making Memories paper
Twine from Trendy Twine
Stickles

16 comments:

  1. So sweet, Glora! Love the Stickles accents on both of them!

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  2. Very cute! With Emma's products and your inspiration, no excuese for not being able to think of anything (as I sometimes use that excuese!) :)

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  3. Both projects are gorgeous Glora!!! As always perfect! Love and Hugs, Cathryn :)

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  4. Love both projects you made and the DP that you used especially on the first one so pretty.

    Hugs,
    Kate

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  5. Glora ~ I couldn't agree with you more about Emma's products! I would have NEVER thought about hand sanitzer ~ CLEVER! I LOVE the paper you used for that too! I just found it on clearance! Oh that bubblegum die is too cute too! I LOVE that silver embossing! AWESOME job as always!

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  6. Hi Glora!

    Both of your projects are darling! I love how you embossed the crown with silver and added the jewels and stickels. So cute!

    I agree... MY Creative Time products rock!

    Ruthie :)

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  7. Cute little birthday projects, Glora! It's so fun to see so many ideas with these dies!! These are fab!!

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  8. Glora....you're giving me a big ol' sweet tooth with your yummy treat holders!!! Both of these are super cute and totally different! Love them! Thanks for more great ideas for 3-D projects with MCT products! Yay :)

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  9. Both little projects are BEAUTIFUL Glora!I LOVE the paper you used on the lollipop holder,Have a great day my friend!!!:)

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  10. Very very cute. Love that circle and stitch die. Sooo many possibilities Smooches... Felicia

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  11. Your favors are too cute...love the papers and the stamps too :D
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  12. Love these Glora!!! They are so beautiful! Hand sanitizer!! What a great favor!! hugs to you my friend!!

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  13. Both these projects are so cute

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  14. I love these little treats! Your extra sparkle is such a nice touch!!! And I agree....these MCT products make it SOOOO EASY!!! hugs

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  15. Both treat packages are adorable, love the colors.

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  16. I definitely need that bubblegum wrapper die. That is so cute!!! Love both projects.

    Pam

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