Lip Balm Chapstick Holders Party Favors Video Tutorial

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Back during the holidays I made some chapstick stocking stuffers – they were such a hit I thought I would create a quick video tutorial to show you how easy they are to make.  The projects I am making are … Continue reading

Lawn Fawn Pillow Box Die – Halloween & Thanks(giving)

Lawn Fawn’s pillow box die has now become my go to die for anything party favor, candy box, or even a gift card or a coffee card – it’s the perfect size to fit any standard sized gift card as a matter of fact. I just LOVE this pillow box.  Lawn Fawn never disappoints, and this one really hit it out of the park for me!

The die takes less than one half of a 12×12 sheet of cardstock, and create score lines that make the box ridiculously easy to assemble.  One strip of tape or Tombow and that`s seriously it.  I love how the top of the pillow box opening has a little notch in the underside flap to make it easy to open.  And the semi-circle scored perforations make it super easy to fold the tabs down when you’re ready to close it too.

With fall / autumn quickly approaching – and people are now thinking about pumpkin spice lattes ( 😛 ) I had so many ideas on hwo to use this pillow box die!

I made two Halloween party favors, or candy boxes; and one fall themed pillow box that could be equally as good for either a thanksgiving hostess gift, or just a thank you gift with a Starbucks coffee card inside!

Here are my projects: two Halloween party favors or candy boxes, and one that could double for either a Thanksgiving hostess gift, or just a Thank You gift with either candy, a gift card, jewelry, you name it! The sky`s the limit with this adorably perfect pillow box.


This first box I wanted to try and make something that would be easy to replicate – for a classroom treat, or party favor.  Using the Trick or Treat stamp set, I stamped out the candy corn in Lawn Fawn’s new Pumpkin Spice ink, and filled in the color with my Spectrum Noir markers (OR3 & CT2).  The bat was stamped in Black Licorice Lawn Fawn ink and die cut wit the newly released coordinating dies.  For the focal sentiment, I stamped it in the new Sugar Plum ink, and die cut it out with Lawn Fawn’s stitched circles.  I punched a small hole in the circle, popped up both my little candy corn and my bat, and tied it closed with the Lawn Fawn Spooky twine.  Their twine is awesome because it’s made from hemp, making it thicker than regular bakers twine.  What does that mean? That makes bows easier to tie, and they will stay put after you have positioned them! (yay!)

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Lawn Fawn Pillow Box Die using Trick Or Treat stamp set for Halloween by Wendie Bee of Stamp Right Up


For my second Halloween box, I stamped out my own backround paper using the Trick or Treat stamp set in Lawn Fawn’s new Doe ink.  The belly band for the pillow box I cut a 2″ wide strip from the new Let’s Polka In The Dark mini 6×6 pad.  From the same pad, I pulled out a witches brew sheet and die cut circle for my racoon that was stamped from the Holiday Party Animal set.


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Lawn Fawn Pillow Box Die with Holiday Party Animal stamp set for Halloween candy box or party favor by Wendie Bee of Stamp Right Up


This box was created with fall / autumn in mind – but I wanted to make it versatile so that it could be either Thanksgiving OR just a regular Thank You gift box.  Using the wood grain’s backdrops set I stamped the entire pillow box after I die cut it in Doe ink.  The new Mini Stitched Leaves came in handy as accents for my Fox (from Party Animals) and my Bear (from Love You S’more).  Die cutting each leaf in a vanilla card stock, I blended distress inks onto each leave to create color and really bring out the stitching.  The Thanks sentiment was also from the wood grain backdrops set as well.  Finished off with Lawn Fawn’s Gold Sparkle twine I was super happy with the finished project!

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Lawn Fawn Pillow Box Die using Party Animal & Love You S’More stamp for Thanksgiving or coffee card thank you or hostess gift Holder_Wendie Bee_Stamp Right Up_macro

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Lawn Fawn Pillow Box Die using Party Animal & Love You S’More stamp for Thanksgiving or coffee card thank you or hostess gift Holder_Wendie Bee_Stamp Right Up_macro

As always, your comments & feedback are welcome and appreciated! Thank you for reading this far & I hope see you again for my next project!

Sale-A-Bration Workshop: Quick & Easy Party Favors

Hiya Stampers!!

I have made some SUPER awesome projects lately – thankfully! There was a spell there where I wasn’t feeling very inspired  :S

With Sale-A-Bration going on, I thought I would make a specialized workshop with projects using only products that are available during Sale-A-Bration so I can give people a chance to ‘try before you buy’ – and get an opportunity to to see a variety of projects.

Here is the first project for the workshop:

Stampin Up Sale-A-Bration Lollipop Treat Holder Party Favor

Stampin Up Sale-A-Bration Lollipop Treat Holder Party Favor created by Montreal Quebec Stampin Up Demonstrator Wendie Bee

Here is what I used to make these awesome lolli pop treat holder /party favors:

Stamps:  Stampin Up Another Thank You (Photopolymer)
Card stock: Sale-A-Bration
Inks: Stampin Up Basic Black
Markers:  Basic Black (dash lines)
Misc: Flower punch from bitty punch pack, pearls, Sycamore Street Ribbon in Pool Party & Calypso coral

As always – your comments are welcome and appreciated!!


Want to create this card yourself?  I can show you how!  Contact me anytime to RSVP FOR A WORKSHOP

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I scream, you scream for ICE CREAM card tutorial

It’s summer time in Montreal, and it is HOT outside!  NOTHING makes a kid scream louder than hearing the ice cream truck coming down the road.

I was inspired by a card made by Andrea on her website, this card just has summer written all over it.  I have sold this card to stores, and I personally just LOVE this card, so I wanted to share the love by creating a tutorial for you!  Scroll down to download the free tutorial with step by step instructions on how to make this card yourself.

Stampin Up Ice Cream birthday card made with Cupcake builder punch & pennant parade punch

Stampin Up Ice Cream birthday card made with Cupcake builder punch & pennant parade punch


Please don’t forget to post the link to your blog post in the comments when you share your creations so I can see all of your wonderful creations!

Here is what I used to make this awesome card:


  • Pennant Parade
  • Itty Bitty Banners


  • Baked Brown Sugar
  • Pretty In Pink
  • Strawberry Slush
  • So Saffron
  • Pink Pirouette
  • Versa Mark


  • Cupcake builder punch
  • Pennant parade punch
  • Itty Bitty Banners framelits
  • Bakers twine
  • Pumpkin Pie Button (brights collection)


  • Just Add Cake DSP (card layer)
  • Subtles stack DSP – pretty in pink (top scoop ice cream)
  • Certainly Celery card stock (card base)
  • So Saffron card stock (pennant layer)
  • Strawberry slush card stock (bottom scoop)
  • Pretty In Pink (middle scoop)
  • Crumb cake (cone)
  • Cherry Cobbler (cherry)
  • Coastal Cabana (happy birthday banner)

❤ As always, your comments & feed back are welcome ❤

10 minute treat favor / goodie bags

For my latest workshop to celebrate the new catalog, I prepared a little thank you gift for the attendees.  I wanted something that everyone could use, and that looked great, but was still within my budget – so I made these great goodie bag / party favors with a few basic tools.

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Goodie bag party favors to workshop attendees

What you need to make these party favor goodie bags:

  • Big Shot / die cutting machine
  • Top Note die
  • DSP / card stock
  • Ribbon
  • small clear cello bags (I got mine at the dollar store)
  • shredded tissue paper (dollar store again)

* TIP*  I stuck my embellishments to a piece of clear acetate to make sure that the presentation would be perfect.

I made the embellishments from the new “Buttons & Blossoms” clay molds available in the new Stampin Up catalog.  Using the freshly pressed 2013 – 2014 In Color line, these are the greatest thing I have seen in a looooong time for crafting!!  I hate it when I cannot find embellishments to match my project colors.  NOW you can make your own!!  ALl you need is the clay (which goes a LONG way – at least 60 embellishments from one bag of clay) and some reinkers.  Your total investment is around $20.  Just THINK of the savings!!! And the convenience… Need I go on?

Until next time stampers!!!

Keep calm, and craft on!!