Friday, March 6, 2015
Flashback Friday- Ladies Day Goodies
Hello! I am back again with another Flashback Friday, and I'm so glad you stopped in to visit! I really need to get back to regular postings on Fridays. It encourages me to use my older goodies to create something new, and occasionally even makes a dent in my mountain of paper!
I was so happy on Monday that the temperatures were finally above freezing and all of the snow was melting away. We even had rain on Tuesday to wash all of the dirty grimy stuff off of the roads! But apparently winter is not quite ready to give up yet because I woke up Wednesday morning to a school cancellation because we were expecting rain turning to sleet turning to snow. I was really hoping the weather people were wrong and I would have a day off without all of the nasty weather. No Such Luck! It was raining when I woke up and by 10 it had already started to shower little pellets of ice. By the time DH left for work that evening, we had over 6 inches of snow on the ground... Yuck!
On a more positive note, the snow day did give me a chance to work on some things for an upcoming fundraiser I am participating in at our school. Two of our teachers are raising money to attend a training on autism and are hosting a Ladies Day Out. Lots of different vendors, including me, and some of our students made things to sell in their booth. I've never participated in an event like this and am not quite sure what might possibly sell besides the wonderful Stampin' UP items from the catalog. I made a lot of cards with the thought that if they don't sell I can still use them, and I also made a few little Easter goodies. I will also have a fun little 'make and take' that I will share with you next week.
Today's creation is a little treat holder. I found the cutest mini Uno and Apples to Apples games at Wal-Mart in the Easter section, and I made little folders to pretty them up a little.
The folder measures 2 1/2 x 2 1/2, so you can
have some idea of how little the card sets are!
My base is 2 1/2 x 5 1/2. I scored the base at 2 1/2 and 3. Then I used some retired DSP and added the cute little bunny from Tags So Much! Hopefully, some other people will think these are as cute as I do!
I will try to post more of my creations in the following week, and I hope I can share that the event was a huge success! Have a wonderful weekend!
Project Recipe: Paper-pistachio pudding, crisp cantaloupe, pool party, whisper white, Sweet Sorbet DSP (ret), Stamp Set-Tags So Much (ret), Ink-memento tuxedo black, pistachio pudding, crisp cantaloupe,pool party,blushing bride, Accessories-1 3/4" circle punch, decorative label punch