Sunday, March 17, 2019

Monday Montage Week #135


Hello and welcome to Monday Montage! We are so happy that you are here today!  What is the weather like where you live? Here in Utah it is snowing one minute, and sunny the next! It is so hard to figure out what to wear each day-I am so ready for Spring to be here to stay! And my Spring Card Class is this coming week, so I finally got out my Treat Time Stamp Set and Petite Treat Framelits out to make some very Spring themed party favors for my guests! 



So, first of all, why did I wait so long to play with these fabulous products?!?! The dies are so fun to use and you can make three different styles of "sour cream" style containers that are perfect for little treats! If you haven't seen this die set before, go take a look (page #219 in the Annual Catalog)! The base of each treat container is the same, but you can switch out the tops for three different looks! A label die comes in the set as well that is perfectly sized to cut the great sentiments that are included in the Treat Time Stamp Set. Also, DSP works a lot better than cardstock with these dies. I did have great success with cardstock for the tops of the containers. 

This is the first one I made, using the rounded top die.


I also used the Bontanical Butterfly DSP for the first two projects which is FREE during Sale-A-Bration with a $50 order (before tax and shipping) until March 31st, 2019! Oh, and by the way, if you order the Treat Time Stamp Set (#146626-clear mount $18) and the Petite Treats Framelits (#146827 $33), your product total will come to $51.00 (before tax and shipping)! And you will qualify to get the Botanical Butterfly DSP (#149622) free!!

Here is the next treat holder, featuring the heart shape top, and again I used the Botanical Butterfly DSP. I cut out one of the butterflies from the DSP to sit next to my little daisy-so fun, right?


And last of all is my bonus "carrot" treat container. It's a bonus project because I used retired DSP. But, you can use any orange DSP to make these super cute carrots. Also, I got the inspiration for this project in the 2019 Occasions Catalog on page 31.


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3 comments:

  1. So stinking cute! I am dying over that carrot. I MUST case this idea.

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  2. Who wouldn't want one of these..? So creative and fun!

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  3. Hey Julie, I love the carrots!!! They I so adorable, nursery will have carrots for Easter!!! Missed you classes!

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