Have you heard about the new Stitched From the Heart Framelits? These new framelits will be officially introduced in the next annual Catalog in June 2017 but Stampin' Up! is making them available to you early.
These framelits will create beautiful stitched lines on your projects without fussing with a needle or piercing tool. There are 12 framelits in this set in a variety of shapes and sizes.
And, don't forget - when you shop in my online store and place a $25 product order I'll send you 7 free project tutorials. Place a $35 product order and I'll include an invitation to join my next Live with Lisa private Facebook event.
AND, don't miss out on your chance to purchase these stamp sets at 25% off but only through November 30th. These new stitched framelits were designed to coordinate perfectly with these stamp sets.
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If you missed yesterday's blog post with the pictures and details of the part 1 for my retreat you can CLICK HERE.
As promised, today I'm sharing the favors I created. I love spoiling my attendees and like to leave them small gifts on their table throughout the day.
This favor was sitting at their 'home' station and included their name so they knew where to sit. The cactus were made from die cut ovals and glued together to make them 3D. They are placed into a 3" terra cotta clay pot and covered in decorative rock. The name tags were printed on the computer, punched out using the Decorative Label Punch and glued to a skewer.
I leave another favor on their station for when they return from lunch. I purchased packaged Mexican cookies at a local Spanish Market and filled a cello bag. The cardstock holder is created using the Birthday Fiesta Bundle and Festive Birthday Designer Paper.
The evening favor is left at their station following their dinner. I used the Clear Tiny Treat Boxes to wrap Festive Birthday Designer Paper and the Birthday Fiesta Bundle. The stamps and punch are part of the Thoughtful Banners Bundle. I filled the box with a roll of Baker's Twine.
No retreat is complete without a candy buffet! There was just a little left of 12 lbs. (yes, I said pounds!) of candy.
Did you notice the tags? I created the tags to fit the retreat theme. The first uses the retired Dress Up Framelits for the base. I die cut a circle for the colorful skirt from the Festive Birthday designer paper and scored to make pleats. The white petticoat is a white cupcake liner.
This punch art tag uses framelits, circle punches and the Fox Builder Punch to make the mustache and scarf.
And no fiesta should be without its llama mascot.
I will be sharing several of the make & take projects in upcoming videos so be sure you're subscribed to my blog so you don't miss them. The other projects are available in my Online Classes - Project PDF Tutorial library. The Paisleys & Posies Gift Box & Cards and the Merry Mice Diagonal Gate Fold Card can be found HERE.