Tasty Trucks spinning card

Bussakorn Mpelasoka: Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, Canberra

My quick card today features ‘Tasty Trucks’ sale-a-bration stamp set. I also used ‘Outdoor Adventure’ framelits dies (the mountains, trees and sig post), ‘Lift Me Up’ stamp set and ‘Up & Away’ thinlits dies (the clouds), ‘Basket Bunch’ stamp set (the grass) and ‘Sliding Star’ framelits dies (the path for the truck).

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Bussy

Monster hugs & kisses

Bussakorn Mpelasoka: Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator in Canberra

I made this card to send monster (size wise) hugs & kisses to a dear friend. This monster image from ‘Yummy in My Tummy’ stamp set is so cute, making me smile and feeling cheery. I hope my friend feels the same way when receiving this card.

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I coloured the cute monster in Pear Pizzazz, Flirty Flamingo, Peekaboo Peach and Basic Black. The rows hearts were die-cut using ‘Love Notes’ framelits dies. I used the retired ‘Heart Collection’ framelits dies for the heart background and the scallop heart card base.

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Bussy

Window Box

Bussakorn Mpelasoka: Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator in Canberra

The ‘Window Box’ thinlits dies have made it so…so easy to make the hexagon boxes and I enjoyed making them very much. I have made another three boxes.

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I used the decorating dies within the set to decorate (and also create window) the top and the three sides of all these boxes.

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The cake stamp used on the sides that were not die-cut is from ‘Endless Birthday Wishes’ stamp set. I placed a battery candle in each box and although some light shone through it wasn’t so clear in daylight and I was too impatient to wait until night time to take photos.

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Bussy

Hexagon gift boxes

Bussakorn Mpelasoka: Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator in Canberra

I have made my first two hexagon boxes using the new ‘Window Box’ thinlits dies. They look so different. I haven’t decided what I will use these two boxes for.

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For the red & white box, I used the dies that come with the set on white cardstock to make lacy look panels and added on the red (retired Primrose Petal) box.

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I added balloon patterned paper onto the green (retired Gumball Green) box to give a fun look and added three balloons, cut using ‘Balloon Bouquet’ punch.

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Bussy

Oh So Succulent in a little pot

Bussakorn Mpelasoka: Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator in Canberra

I have seen so many wonderful pot plants made by talented crafters using ‘Oh So Succulent’ stamp set and the matching ‘Succulent’ framelits dies. I just need to try making one. I happen to have a tiny little brown pot at home, which seems to be a perfect size.

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I used ‘Basket of Wishes’ stamp set for the mini (3” x 3”) succulent card.

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Basket Bunch notepad & card

Bussakorn Mpelasoka: Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, Canberra

I bought a dish cloth from Japan a little while ago. It is in greenish colour similar to the lighter colour Basket Bunch notepad I made the other day. I thought they would make a good combination gift for my dear friend, Linda. I attached a strip of magnet behind the notepad so she can put it on her fridge if she like.

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I then made a matching thank you card to go with the gifts.

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Linda doesn’t live in Canberra, so I’m going to post these to her this afternoon.

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Basket Bunch Notepad

Bussakorn Mpelasoka: Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, Canberra

I wanted to make a little gift for one of my team members, Shabana, who often brings traditional food for us to try. I decided on making a notepad for her. I made two notepads, one in brighter colours than the other. I used the Basket Bunch bundle to decorate the notepad.

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I chose the brighter colour for Shabana and made a mini treat bag to carry this notepad. I used white printing paper which is thinner than cardstock but thicker than photocopy paper to make the bag. Again I used Basket Bunch bundle to decorate the bag.

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Bussy