Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Mother's Day Project

WOW! It has been a while! I have been busy, busy, busy preparing for our move next month! Where does the time go??

Today my topic is Mother's Day. I just finished a gift project that I am absolutely in love with. I think I will make one for every "mom" in my family!

The set includes a handmade memo board for the fridge, a hand stamped candle and a cute little basket for Mom. I have yet to make a coordinating card, but I am sure I will! I also have not decided what I will fill the basket with. Tea...chocolates...tiny flowers??

Here are the details:

Stamps: Live Your Dream
Ink: Groovy Guava, Wild Wasabi, Chocolate Chip
Supplies: White candle (I got this one from the Dollar Tree), white tissue paper, wax paper, heat gun

Stamps: Live Your Dream; Short Order Alphabet
Ink: Soft Sky; Versamark; Pastels (Coral, Olive and Chocolate Chip)
Paper: Afternoon Tea DSP; Groovy Guava; Whisper White
Supplies: Cork Tiles (5x5-Hobby Lobby); Clear Push Pins; Ribbon; Magnet Strips; Staples

Stamps: All Holidays
Ink: Chocolate Chip; Groovy Guava
Paper: Afternoon Tea DSP, Whisper White, Soft Sky
Supplies: Marvy Scallop Oval (pink)




Mary Dawn said...

what a great giftset, i love the technique you used for the candle

Lizette said...

Wow ! Those are beautiful ! All the Moms in your life will love them !

Sara Paschal said...

This is BEAUTIFUL, very nice job on the set. I love your color choice and neet to give one of the baskets a try I have yet to make one.

Great job!

Sara Paschal said...

Thank your for the awesome blog candy! It arrived on Friday and I am enjoying the coffee this AM. My little one so wants the candy but it is not happening, LOL!

Thank you!

Kristine said...

Wow! That basket is adorable!

ScrappinGalz said...

What a great set! Lucky mom!

Lori Barnett said...

Very cute! I'm too chicken to do the candle thing. Don't know why...I have enough candles being a Gold Canyon demonstrator! Go figure :)

Jess said...

what wonderful projects for Mother's Day! Also, I love what you are doing on your newer posts with using up things... they look great!