Friday, August 9, 2013

Stampin' Addicts Fall Blog Hop



Welcome to the Stampin' Addicts Fall Blog Hop.  This blog hop features the Fall items from the new Stampin' Up Holiday catalog.  There will be another blog hop in October that features the Winter Holiday items.

If you are following the hop in order, you arrived from Adriana's blog where she features
the Oh, Goodie! stamp set.

Here we go with the brand new Envelope Liners Framelits Dies.

Easy to use and endless possibilities ...


They are designed to make beautiful liners for Stampin' Up! envelopes.  Take a minute to add
the finishing touch for your handmade cards.  The sizes of dies are listed in the Holiday Catalog. 
Here are three different looks for the envelope liners:

Large Die - Use Versa Mark to stamp the liner to create your own designer paper.
Medium Die - The liner is shown exactly as it is cut from the framelit.
Small Die - The liner is embossed with the Fancy Fan embossing folder.

 
These are great to have and not just for envelopes!
Check out the other ideas below.



Envelope Liner Pockets
  
 
Be ready for any event with these two quick and easy projects.
 
Silverware Holder -  The silverware holder uses 2 pieces from the medium die.  Seal the pieces together on three edges.  The front flap is taped down and the back flap is left up
for support.
 
Treat Holder - The treat holder uses 2 pieces from the small die. 
Use the larger dies if you want to add lots of treats!

Pockets for Cards

 
Use the liner to create a pocket for an interactive card with a tag ... or a pocket on the inside to hold a gift card.  How about an interactive scrapbook page with pockets?
 
The next stop on the Fall Blog Hop is Heidi's blog.  She is featuring the Magnificent Maple stamp.

If you get lost along the way, there is a list of all the participants at the bottom of this post.
 


 
 
Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog
Envelope Liners Framelits Dies #132172
Envelope Liners Framelits Dies
 
Blog Hop Order:
1) Heidi (hlw966) -- Magnificent Maple -- RunningwScissorsStamper
2) Kim (s1itcher46) -- Thankful Tablescape Kit -- Stitchin n Stampin' on Paper
3) Sara (lilyinkpad) -- Sweater Weather DSP -- Lily's Ink Pad
4) Yapha -- Harvest of Thanks -- Rubber Stamping & Card Making with Yapha
5) Tanya (tanya27) -- Truly Grateful -- Tinkerin In Ink with Tanya
6) Rhonda (rhondaG) -- Halloween Hello -- The Stampin' Bunny
7) Kathleen (fa_stamper) -- Halloween Bash -- FA_Stamper
8) Mary (MaryR) -- Witches Brew DSP and Washi Tape -- {scrap and stamp with mary}
9) Paula (scrapshappen) -- Build a Banner Kit -- Stampin' with Paula
10) Adriana (escape2stamp) -- Oh Goodie -- escape2stamp
11) Tina (Tina123) -- Envelope Liner Framelits -- Paper Art Garden
 

16 comments:

  1. What great ideas for the framelits! I so want to make the pocket card. You've convinced me to purchase these.

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  2. How clever! I especially love the silverware holder! So cute!!

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  3. Wow! Tina these projects are awesome! I love the silverware holder! Do these work on any envelope?

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    1. Hi Sarah, these are the envelope sizes that the liners fit:

      3 1/8 x 3 1/8
      5 1/8 x 3 5/8
      5 3/4 x 4 3/8

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  4. I love how you made pockets with these! What a great idea. Will you post a tutorial?

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    1. Glad you like the pockets. I will post directions next week.

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  5. Very clever! Love the little treat pouch - how fun!

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  6. Cute! Thanks for the quick tips to making the pockets.

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  7. What cute ideas, Tina! I'm so glad to see more uses than the obvious with this die.

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  8. Clever ideas! Love all the alternative uses, cuz we all need more reasons to buy these, right ;)

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  9. Great projects. I love that you turned it into a treat holder. I am going to have to try that.

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  10. Great idea! Pretty details and versatility.

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  11. Great not-envelope-liner ideas for the framelits, Tina! Love the little pocket on the card front.

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  12. Your projects have opened my eyes to many possibilities. Great ideas!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  13. So fun! I love these and plan to make many pocket projects. I love your use of color.

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  14. fun projects, I love your treat pockets and that card front pocket - great way to use this die!

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