Sunday, August 14, 2011

The Queen's Royal Court Blog Hop Day #7 - PSA Essentials


I am linking up for the first time with Skip To My Lou's Made By You...

Happy Sunday Everyone and Welcome to the last day of The Queen's Royal Court Week Long Blog Hop. If you have arrived here from The Queen's blog then you are on the right track, if not head their to start from the beginning.

If you are looking for the Pink-alicious Blog Hop either scroll down or click here.


Everyday this week we have been featuring PSA Essentials, with a little twist of back to school thrown in. Today I am showing you a step by step tutorial on how I created the candy bar holder I shared with you on Monday. Just to warn you this is going to be a LONG post but I did not want to miss a step!!! So lets get starts........
Most of the things I used for my project.
  • Start with a piece of card stock 5"x 6" - I used card stock by Recollections
  • Score 2 3/4" and then fold 
  • Mark 1 3/4" down on the fold & cut

  • Score the short side to were you just made the cut.
  • Fold down to make your flap, then crease with bone folder. 
  • Punch the flap with a boarder punch - I used a Martha Stewart Boarder Punch
  • Fold the short side over with the flap to cover the base of the paper. You should have about a 1/2" left over on the left. Now we are going to make a flap to create the pocket.
  • Cut 2 3/4" down or till you meet the flap.  
  • Turn the paper so we can cut the top strip off.
  • The bottom corner should be on the 2" mark, then cut off so it is at an angle.
  • Then score the flap.
  • This is what the base should look like. 
  • Use Red Sticky Tape to adhere.
  • Put the candy bar in place, then fold flap over top flap to create the pocket. 
  •  This is what it should look like before you embellish.
  • Pattern Paper by Cosmo Cricket - 3" x 2 1/2"
  • Scalloped Circle by EK Success - 2"
  • Circle punch by Creative Memories - 1 1/2" & 1 1/4" 

  • I colored my image with my Bic Write It Markers.
  • Punch whole in tag
  • Add ribbon, I add a strip of adhesive to the ribbon to hold it in place. Then tie a bow.
  • Sentiment stamp by My Pink Stamper's Brand New Stamp Set "School Days".
  • I trimmed the tag by hand with my scissors.
  • Added My Tag With Pop Dots.
  • A little tip to save money on adhesives, save and cut up your pop dot packages. 
My finished project, I added a little adhesive to the back of my candy bar to keep it from slipping out.
If you are still reading this I am impressed!! I hope I did not bore you to much or confuse you ( I should have just done a video), if you have any questions please feel free to ask.

 

This is my adorable custom stamp from PSA Essentials, LOVE IT!!!

Now are you ready for what I know you are all really here for, my surprise giveaway!! (I choose one winner from last Friday's blog hop and this Friday's) I am giving away a Boy Crazy Stamp Set from My Pink Stamper. Not really much of a surprise, HUH?


The lucky winner is...........................
DIANA L. said...






I just love that you chose all the different patterns and it all came together beautifully.

DIANA L.
I will be contacting you shortly Diana, CONGRATS!!!!!!







Want some more goodies?? This week we have an amazing Grand Prize pack for one lucky follower ... valued at $85.00 which includes:

1 peel and Stick Pack
2 Inks
1 alignment tool
1 CUSTOM Stamp

Now to be eligible to win this AMAZING Grand Prize just leave a comment on every blog along the hop from all last week, its that easy!!

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16 comments:

TyTynNiyasmom said...

Congrats Diana! Thanks so much for the tutorial. I wanna try this.

Candace
mypassion4scrappin.blogspot.com

Michelle said...

Thanks for the ideas!

maw1 said...

Love your project. Thanks for
sharing. maw1@windstream.net

Percilla G said...

Ahh perfect school starts on Tuesday and I so wanted to make a candy wrapper and this post was what I was needing
Thank you so much
perderg{at}q{dot}com

KayB said...

I love the personalized stamp! I have to get one. It will be so nice for my custom craft projects as well as Christmas cards!

Amanda said...

This is cute!

amandawoodau at hotmail dot com

Amanda said...

This is cute!

amandawoodau at hotmail dot com

Missy said...

This is a great tutorial, I'm glad you shared how to make these, they're so cute!! Thank you!!

Cathi said...

I found your hop thru a buncha links on PINTEREST! LOVE your stuff!!!!!!

Cathi Carpenter
ourfam@bellsouth.net

Scrapalajen said...

Love this project Diana.

Stampsnews@gmail.com

DIANA L. said...

Thank you for the opportunity to win and I won I am so excited!!!!!!!!!!
I'll e-mail soon with my info

sweetlilscrapper said...

love it!

sweetlilscrapper.blogspot.com
sweetlilscrapper at hotmail dot ca

Shannon Hatfield said...

Thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial Cristi! What a perfect little back to school project to make for the next couple of weeks! I'm definitely inspired!

flowerdisco said...

i will have to remember this awesome project for halloween. love it!

GabyCreates.com said...

This is so cute Cristi, you made it a tutorial! so Great!!

Jessica said...

that was very helpful!

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