Today, I am sharing this cute lil K-Cup holder. I remember my stamping friend Jenny made one of these many moons ago, so I googled it and found the link that she used HERE. You can print that off and use it as a template, or you can wing it like I did.
I shared this in a quick video.
You can also watch on YouTube HERE.
I don’t know what I’ll do with these really. They would make fun teacher gifts if you knew the teacher had a Kuerig. I don’t know if McKinley’s teacher does, or the secretaries. I might wait and see, and then give them later.
Anyway, they are easy to make and would be fun to give.
I had a student last year (who has an amazing mom) and he’d usually just show up and chuck a K-Cup at me in the mornings. And really, that’s ok too. Coffee is coffee people!!
Starting today, September 1st, you can earn the new Stamp of the Month (SOTM) for $5!! Plus you can also start ordering from the new Annual Inspirations Catalog! PLUS PLUS it's National Cardmaking Month!!
Watch my video and then read on!!
If you do not have an Idea Book, send me a quick email (Link in the Sidebar) or visit HERE on the website!!
There is also a new Holiday Expressions Catalog available today! You can also order from that starting today and ONLY THROUGH December! So make sure you get your goodies you need out of there before they are gone!
New this year, the SOTMs will be featured in Holiday Expressions catalogs and not the Annual Idea Book. This cleans up the Annual Idea book a bit.
What is the Stamp of the Month?
Well, each month you can purchase a new D-size stamp set, available for one month only, for just $5—that’s over 70% off retail! When you place an order of $50 or more in Close To My Heart products, you qualify for this special Stamp of the Month pricing.
This month, you have a beautiful floral stamp set. Perfect for building some beautiful cards! Three of the images coordinate with the Cricut Artistry Bundle.
September 2015 : Paper Garden ( S1509 )
Spend $50 and get this Stamp of the Month set for only $5!
Did you know that we have a whole month dedicated to our hobby? Oh YAY!! Love this!!
I wonder how much I can milk this around the house. Sorry kids, it’s National Stamping Month. Who am I kidding? Hee Hee!!
In all seriousness though, CTMH has some AWESOMENESS so you can enjoy this month!!
September is National Stamping Month, and this year Close To My Heart has something to help every kind of papercrafter say a big “hello” to life! Available only during the month of September, these exclusive C-size My Acrylix® Hello, Life! stamp sets can be purchased for $13.95 USD/$16.50 CAD each! Or, for an even better deal, you can purchase all three for only $34.95 USD/$41.50 CAD—a savings of $6.90 USD/$8 CAD! Each stamp set is designed to fit with a specific type of papercrafting, whether that’s traditional scrapbooking, cardmaking, or pocket scrapbooking. However, all the stamp sets coordinate with each other and can be used together to create dynamic artwork. These stamp sets also coordinate with shapes from the new Cricut® Artistry collection to help expand your artwork options even further. Remember, these stamp sets are available for one month only, so get your orders in for one stamp set—or all three—before these gorgeous stamps disappear! Make certain to follow Close To My Heart’s blog, Instagram, and Facebook page for artwork inspiration featuring these lively stamp sets all month long. You can post your own artwork to your social media channels using the hashtag #ctmhHelloLife.
As I mentioned in yesterday’s video, I hadn’t played with the Perfect Picture stamp set from the Artistry Bundle. Well, I changed that! I figured out what I needed to do to create with those cuts and I tried it out with 4 VERY simple cards.
I know this card was saved in the recesses of my mind, and when I saw the new Shimmer Trim, I wanted to create this super elegant card and made a bow. I stamped the images in Slate on some grey cardstock. That top image is one of my FAVORITEs from the new catalog. I can’t wait to share it with you on Sept. 1st!! I also stamped the frame in Slate ink and the Happy Birthday with white ink.
To create the bow, I attached the shimmer trim to the front of the card, then I added a loop of trim, without peeling off the backing. Then I added a straight piece and dove tailed the ends. I wrapped some around the middle to hold it all together.
I think I need to get this on video for you, but I really wanted to try it out once!!