PPP Blog Hop – Beary Comforting
So glad to be back to blogging after a month of battling Covid. I am happy to report that I WON! Doc says it could take another month or 2 to get my energy back, but I am definitely doing way better than I was around Thanksgiving.
It is the end of the month and that means it is time for another Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop with some very fun and talented demonstrators. We are a group of Paper Pumpkin lovers and we like to share alternates we make with supplies from the kit, with maybe a few other supplies from our stash as well. If you are joining me from the lovely Deb Naylor, thank you for hopping on! Make sure you keep hopping, there are more after me!
This month our kit was called Beary Comforting and here are the cards made as per the directions:
They are super cute and there is a good chance I just make most of them as they are designed, besides today’s alternate! The only stamping was the sentiments. Quick and easy this month!
For my alternate I wanted to use more of the stamp set. I love the bear and plan to use him for many more cards! I also saw a You Tube video from Jessica of Stamp A Blessing where she made a kleenex box. I loved it! I took that idea and went in a similar but different direction, kinda…
and then inside is where the cute bear is..
What do you think? Cute, huh? I may have to make a few more to use up the rest of the striped envelope that I cut up. The only things I used that were not in the kit was Rich Razzleberry cardstock for the base, Soft Suede ink & cardstock for the bear, and a kleenex torn to fit front and inside. Everything else was from extras in the kit.
And that is it for me today! It is time for you to hop on over to Charmane Hopkins’ blog and see what fun alternate she came up with!
Thank you for reading and taking this crafting journey with me! It’s nice to have you along! Enjoy your own Stampin’, Scrappin’, and Craftin’ journey! Please leave a comment and let me know your thoughts about this project. Feel free to CASE my projects and share them in the comments below! I love to see what others create!
Next month’s kit is Sending Hearts and has an Add-On you can purchase separately.
Here are the details:
- Kit contains enough supplies to create eight cards—four each of two designs—and coordinating envelopes.
- Card size: 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ (10.8 x 14 cm)
- Envelope size: 4-1/2″ x 5-3/4″ (11.4 x 14.6 cm)
- Coordinating colors: Basic Black, gold, Petal Pink, Poppy Parade, Smoky Slate, white
And the Add-On:
Little Love Boxes
- Add-on contains 20 printed mini boxes and 24 die-cut decorative pieces and sentiment labels.
- Item number: 156842
- Price: $8 USD
- Available 1 January, while supplies last!
If this is a kit you need in your life…I’m thinking kid’s classroom Valentine’s…then SUBSCRIBE HERE NOW
So glad your feeling better June cute card perfect to give to a friend with a cold or perhaps covid.
Thank you, Deb! Yes, perfect for the season.
Tis the season for sniffles and coughs! Super cute!
Thank you, Dana!
Very cute tissue box! Glad you are feeling better too!
Thank you, Elizabeth! I’m glad to be feeling better as well!
This is just to cute!! LOVE IT!
Thank you, Darla!
So clever and creative. Love your tissue box idea and your bear is adorable.
Thank you, Tricia! Although the ideas did snowball off of Jessica. A kleenex box was too cute to pass up making.
This is simply adorable!! Great design!
Thank you, Debbi!
So cute having the bear hold a tissue box!!
Thank you, Cheryl! When i saw that I had to do it too!
The tissue card is so cute and adorable. These would be perfect for “Get Well Wishes”! Thanks for sharing.
Thank you! It was fun to make and I’m thinking more will be made as this is the season to send Get Well wishes to folks.
This card is so cute and adorable. I love the tissue idea! This card is perfect for sending “Get Well” wishes.
Thank you, Charmane!
This is a great idea and a great project! I will need to try this now!
Thank you, Terri! Would love to see your take on it!