It's so fun to give your projects a personal touch. See how Liz O. used our June Sponsor, Avery Elle to put a special twist on the school bake sale. See the tutorial below! Hello Crafty friends!
Liz here today to share with you a tag created
using some of our fabulous June Sponsor:Avery Elle along
with the fabulous eBosser.
friend Zoi and I are always looking for different ways to present our baked
goodies at our kids’ School’s Bake Sale. This year she is kind of getting ahead
of her own game and asked me to try this delicious cream and jelly filled
goodies. They do taste as good as the ones you buy from the doughnut shop!!! So
when she asked me to try them I knew Every Elle’s “Bonjour” and “Bottle it up”
sets would be perfect for the tag. We believe that many people might not buy a
box full of these but many would buy just a couple, what do you think?
eBosser plate combo: A + Metal Die + Paper +CD and A+Embossing
Folder + CD
Craft Level: Easy
Time: 20-30 min
To create this tag first cut a 4X6”
piece of white card stock, Score on the left side a small section at 3” on the
long side. Position the Avery Elle bottle so the bottle neck will be beyond your
score line. This will cut only the top of the bottle. Stamp your bottle. Cut
the rest of your Elle-ments with your eBosser and assemble.
You can always cut the bottle from a
different piece of paper and layer it but I thought this worked great too.
The green background was created with an
ink pad and a dauber. The “filling” was created with a gelly roll pen, you can
emboss it too.
you for stopping by! I would love to know your thought on this idea! Have a