You won’t derail your New Year’s resolutions with this calorie-free project … check it out! This cake slice gift box is perfect for young and old girls alike. Young girls will have fun using the box after their special day in their play kitchen; while older gals in your life will be glad to have a calorie-free way to enjoy this classic birthday treat!
Place a small gift or gift card inside along with some candy and you are ready to party!
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“B is for Birthday” cake slice cut file by SVGCuts.com
is playing engineer and beckoning you to hop on and join in on the fun! He’s holding a balloon … and even the front of the train is telling you that it is time to party!
There’s no drama with this llama
! His car is filled with treats and a stack of presents! I placed animal crackers in a cellophane bag tied with green baker’s twine.
Balloons create a grand finale as they adorn the back end of this caboose. Mr. Lion
is there to keep you company!
Hop on! Let’s go for a ride! It’s the perfect way to celebrate a special day!
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“3D Paper Train Set” by MyScrapChick.com
I am in love with the colors of this collection! They are perfect for scrapbooking my son’s love of snowboarding. His jacket just happens to be a lime green … one of the amazing accent colors that makes working with these papers so much fun!
My main photo had a lot of white space around my son. I took advantage of that space by overlapping the left side of the picture with another embellishment scene using the adorable A-frame cabin and pine tree die cuts.
The “Up to Snow Good” arrow phrase
is so “punny” … I just couldn’t resist using it here! Ha ha! (Especially, since my son usually ditches school to go snowboarding … shhh!)
This snowboarding polar bear
looks like he has quite a fun personality! He is cool as can be and somebody I know I’d love to hang out with on the slopes! *wink*
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I used the blue and violet crayons
to create a watercolor looking background by mixing the colors on a piece of plastic, wetting them with a mist of water
and then “smooshing” them into the background.
I then added some flecks of black art crayon
by scribbling the black crayon on the plastic again, picking up the color with a wet paint brush, and then flicking it onto the page.
I used the stamps to create a few butterflies for the card, and used the “You’re the Best” stamp
as the sentiment for the card.
I stamped the words several times and then cut out each individual word to scatter down the side of the mason jar die cut.