Friday, August 25, 2017

Inky Friends: Suite Designs Blog Hop


Welcome!  Our Inky Friends group has a unique blog hop prepared for you!  We are highlighting the many beautiful suites of products in the Stampin' Up Annual Catalog.  

I chose the Wood Textures Suite which has the awesome stamp set Wood Words (one of my favorites in the whole catalog),  a super framelit set that makes a wood crate,  wood grain DSP and really cool cooper trim.

For todays projects I am switching the wood grain paper with the seasonal Spooky Night DSP to make a Halloween set.  All of these projects would be really cute with the Wood Textures paper too! Hmm... I may need to make another set of these:)


First I made a test tube treat holder with the Wood Crate Framelits.  I made two inserts to fit inside the crate to hold the test tubes in place.  The inserts are two crates cut off at the first rung.  I punched holes in the bottom before assembling them.  Both are turned upside down and fit inside. One sits at the bottom of the crate and one near the top to hold the tubes upright.
The image from Wood Words is embossed on the front before assembling

Next is a little treat box that holds one Hershey Nugget.  I made a tiny box by scoring a 2" x 2-1/2" piece of cardstock 1/2" from each side.  Then I adhered the "ends" of the crate diecut to the sides. I thought the "Fresh Treats" sentiment from the Wood Words set was cute with the potion bottle punched from the DSP.
Pull the front and back together with Copper Trim

This is a treat topper to fit on top of a 2" wide cello bag for Halloween treats.  The Copper Trim is pretty cool when pulled apart.  It creates a spider web look and holds it shape really well.
The moon is copper embossed.  

Last but certainly not least--a kitty card!  It is a super simple card using the Spooky Night paper and the sentiment from Wood Words. 
A kitty for Kittystamp!


Thanks for hopping with Inky Friends!  Please click on the links below to see more sweet suite projects!

To Sara's Just Add Color projects



To Cindy's Color Theory projects 
  

Supplies:
Stamps:  Wood Words
Paper:  Basic Black and Thick Very Vanilla cardstock.  Spooky Night Designer Series Paper
Ink: Basic Black Archival Ink, Versamark
Big Shot: Wood Crate Framelits
Punch: 3/4" Circle, Cat Punch
Accessories:  1/4" Copper Trim, Copper Embossing Powder, Treat Tubes, Stampin' Dimensionals
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12 comments:

  1. Super cute projects, Betty! I had a feeling you would need that Kitty punch!!

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  2. Betty, why am I not surprised that the kitty punch figured so prominently in your projects??? Love how you created inserts for the crate to hold the treat tubes. So fun!

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  3. Fun, creative, and different ways to use the supplies from the Wood Words suite. I love it!!

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  4. Betty - LOVE!!! Oh my goodness I am going to make those wood crate cat halloween treats for my girls - they are going to go nuts for them - thanks so much for sharing :-) Sarah

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  5. These are great! I LOVE the idea with the copper trim pulled apart...and the cat is the bomb!!

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  6. WOW. These are awesome projects. The treat holder with test tubes is awesome!

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  7. Fabulous projects! Love the test-tube holder, and the little nugget box is adorable. My fave has to be the cat card, though. Beautiful CAS!

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  8. Oh my , Betty..I thought you name was Kitty Stamp!! I am serious!! I am such a ditz!! When I saw others had addressed their comments to Betty, I thought"Why are they calling Kitty, Betty!!" Ha ha ha ha!! Anyways, Betty, I absolutely love your designs!! So fun and beautiful!!

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  9. The test tube holder using the crate framelit is an awesome idea! I pinned all of your projects! Cute! Cute! Cute!

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  10. Very different ideas with the wood set and Halloween combination! So fun! Can't wait to see what you make next month when we do Halloween and fall.

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  11. Betty! Love your projects. Great idea for the crate die! and your little bitty treat holder box is soo cute! Great work my friend as always!

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  12. Cuuutttee projects! Love the test tube holder. Fun idea for the crate die.

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