Saturday, September 29, 2012

My Time Made Easy - Holly Jolly Preview Day 1

I'm so excited about this month's release over at My Time Made Easy!  We have some fabulous new holiday templates, images, and paper being added to the store that I'm sure you are going to love!  Today, I'm previewing this new template called Candy Wrapper.  It's such a cute and easy template to put together!  It went together in minutes...literally!
 I started by cutting the template out from Lucky Limeade cardstock and added this new plaid paper from the Homemade Holidays digital paper pack to the center.  Then I wanted it to look like a real piece of candy in a wrapper, so I wrapped it in celephane and tied it with some ribbon.  I added some Prima poinsettia flowers and leaves and made a cute tag from some new and old products.

The holly and Secret Santa sentiment is from the new Homemade Holiday digital stamp set.  I colored them using GIMP.  Then I cut it out using the Be Dazzled cut file.  I cut another tag a little larger in red cardstock and mounted them together.  Then I stamped the to/from sentiment from the Dashing Through the Snow stamp set in red ink.  I tied some baker's twine on the tag to finish it off.  I've participated in a Secret Santa gift exchange at work for several years and think this would be an inexpensive gift to give.  Some hard holiday candy would be a perfect to put inside.  I always forget to take a picture so you can see how the box opens!  All you do is untie the bows and then open the sides.  You can put all kinds of thinks in the box because it is very roomy!

The MTME design team has more previews for you.  Check out these blogs for more.
The new products will be available on Monday, October 1!  Thanks for stopping by!



Kimberly Morrow said...

Oh, my gosh, girl, this is stunning. I love it! As always, a super job!

Anonymous said...

What a cute idea for a gift box. I really love that digital paper pack, and nice touch with the cellophane! Tracy:)

Lauren (mytime) said...

I love this! I especially love that you wrapped it in cellophane! Looks stunning


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