Hello my friends and happy Thursday to you!
I'm happy to be joining the One Stamp At A Time Blog Hop today.
In case you've never "done" a blog hop before, it's really easy! At the bottom of this post, you'll see a "next" image and when you click on it, you'll be taken directly to the next participant in the hop. Keep clicking on that image at the bottom of each blog post, and you'll hop through all of the participating blogs, right back to where you started - and you'll see all of the amazing projects created for your inspiration.
I promise you won't want to miss a stop!
The theme of this month's hop is "Flower Power." One of my favorite flowers are sunflowers, so today I'm sharing a cute little treat box and a really fun magic slider card with you.
Here is the link for this super simple treat box from Stampin' UP!s #1 UK demonstrator Sam Hammond, also known as "Pootles!" She is AH-mazing! These treat boxes were one of the easiest I have ever made and will surely be made again! *For size reference, this candy box held around 8 or so mini Reese's Peanut Butter cups.
Here's a quick video to see this card in motion:
I'm not going to say this magic slider card was easy to make, because in fact it was a royal pain in the butt! So, if you have three spare hours on a rainy Sunday afternoon (as I did) then give it a go. I promise in the end, it will be worth it!
Here is the link for this magic slider card tutorial from Dawn Griffith of Dawn's Stamping Thoughts.
You don't want to miss out on the rest of the One Stamp At A Time Blog Hopping adventure, so click "NEXT" below to advance directly to Jessie's website and prepare to be WOW'ed! Or, click below on any of the other names to see what they have created for you.
Thanks for visiting and have a wonderfully creative day!
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