Friday, July 13, 2012

My Pink Stamper Pinkalicious Blog Hop - July

Welcome my crafty friends to a super fun and exciting My Pink Stamper Pinkalicious Blog Hop Special Release!!!  This mini kit is so stinkin cute, and I can not even tell you how much I'm in love with this stamp set!!! So, lets get started!!  Now if your hopping over from the ever so talented Edna's Blog then you are in the right place, if not hop on over to My Pink Stamper's Blog and get started from the beginning, you will not want to miss any of the details or stops along the way!! 

 This set is available in the Shop Pumpkin Spice store HERE.

My wheels were turning when the milk container was empty and so excited when I saw this adorable set of stamps, they work so perfect together!!!  I love re purposing bottles and little containers!!  I didn't like that the lid was purple so I tried a few different things to cover it, I settled on aluminum foil.

I am planning to give this little container to my friend for watching our fish and our house while we were on vacation with a gift card from Starbucks. She loves mints and I thought the white color of the mint represented milk.

  • Sentiments: 
  • Solid Card Stock Paper:  
    • Bazzill smooth white cardstock
    • Bazzill colored cardstock
  • Marker: 
    • ProMarkers
  • Ribbon:
    • Walmart 
  • Ink:
    • My Pink Stamper Ink in Texas Chocolate
  • Adhesives: 
    • ATG
    • Red Sticky Tape

Blog Hop Line Up:

So next, head on over to Chelle's Blog to see what amazing project she created with this fun mini kit. Thank you so much for stopping by today!

I just added the gift card from Starbucks. I just punched
a whole in the free gift card holder and attached it with 
twine to the bottle. I love it!!! :-)


Dorcas said...

This is a good idea. The cookies look yummmm. HA! I just sent my husband to the store for milk.


DIANA L. said...

Great idea super cute.

Helen said...

So cute!! And yes, the mints do look like milk :)

happishay said...

I need to remember this at Christmas time, these will look great under the tree and make wonderful teacher gifts. :)

snappy scrappy said...

Very good treat idea!! Lee-Ann :)

Liz said...

I really need to make this for my co-workers at school..I love this idea, thank you so much for sharing..just love it!!
Liz Seubert

Dee Burns said...

Another clever idea and so super cute. Your neighbor is sure to love this...forget the

Have a great weekend!
Dee B

Cropalcoholic!! said...

Such a moo-tastic idea, love it!

MaryNSC said...


Simple Creations said...

That's awesome!

LindaV said...

When I first saw this I thought you put calcium pills in there! LOL Peppermits work too.

readysetstamp said...

What a cute idea and how thoughtful of you to incorporate that she likes mints into your project! XOXO, Julie. :0)

Wendy said...

This is such a cute idea. Someone already made the comment I was going to...these would make wonderful teacher gifts! The longer I am on this blog hop the more I want these stamps!

Georgiana said...

Great idea. Your neighbor will apprecitae your thoughtfulness.

Stay Creative,
Carson's Creations

Sheri R said...

What a cute idea! cute and repurposing an item... doesn't get better than that!

Sheri R

Missy said...

This is so, so cute! The bottle looks so cute with the image and the mints for the milk was so clever!!

kim james said...

What a great idea!

Tracy - {CraftJunkieToo} said...

Fabulous design Cristi -- love how you used the milk bottle and filled it with goodies. The cow is so stinkin' adorable. Great job, my friend!

June Houck said...

This is really cute, Cristi! I love the mints as "milk".

TX Scrapper Mom said...

Sooo cute! Love your bottle! :)

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