Stampin’ Up! UK ULTIMATE PARTY WEEK – Tiny Tealight/Goodie Box
Well it is HERE!
The Ultimate Party Week is here! At last! Whoop Whoop!
I have been ridiculously excited about this for a fair few weeks and it’s here!!!! Can you tell that I’m doing the happy dance and jigging in my chair as I type this?
So what is the Ultimate Party Week all about?
This is 7 days of Party Projects with a further 7 complimentary projects in my Online Class.
But, it wouldn’t be an Ultimate anything if there was only 14 projects. Oh no. What if you aren’t having a party that calls for Coastal Cabana and Silver? What if you were having a Boy’s Party? Maybe a Garden Party. How about a Shower, whether for a Baby or Wedding. What about Girls?
This is where the ‘Ultimate’ part comes in….
I will this week show you 7 projects on YouTube in one colour way, the theme is an Elegant Party. And the projects in the Online Class have been filmed following the same colour scheme. And for those who may enquire, I’ve restricted myself to only a few stamp sets that I believe are ‘core’ that most of us would have in our regular craft stash. And also restricted my use of punches, dies and embellishments etc.
However, you can see 4 MORE themes inside my online class as an optional extra.
The ‘build’ of the projects are identical from one ‘party’ to the next, but the set up and design of the finish is what makes them different.
I have made and photographed 70 projects to showcase these, but please do read more in the Class details for access.
Anyway, I have italicized this section so that if you’re a daily follower of my blog, you know to skip it after the first reading, but if you’re new to me part way through, you know what to expect!
To celebrate with me this week during the Ultimate Party Week, all orders over £45 (before postage) will receive an prettily wrapped packet of Rhinestones in addition to the usual ‘thank you’ gift that I send out. I can take orders for UK, Germany, Holland, Austria and France only.
Tiny Tealight/Goodie Box
As promised earlier in the week, today’s project is a little favour to go inside those adorable Goodie Bags. This one has been designed to hold a single tea light, but I hasten to add, I do NOT recommend giving tea lights to small children, as per the Boys/Girls party favours. BUT they are a great size to pop some sweeties in, or some stickers. Other whimsy things as you would give to a child.
Okay, safety warning done, let’s move on!
So this little adorable project uses the envelope punch board. Boy, do I love that thing! If it wasn’t all corners and angles, I’d cuddle it!
Like the Cake Box, this has a belly band that slips on and off, and I genuinely believe that a little decoration makes a massive impact when you pitch the colour combinations just about right!
So do enjoy this video in the series and of course, if you prefer, please do watch it HERE on youtube
Cardstock 3 7/8 x 3 7/8″ (9.8 x 9.8cm)
Punch and Score at 1 1/2″ AND 2 3/8″ (3.8 AND 5.9cm) on ALL sides
Vellum wrap – 5 1/2 x 3/4″ (14 x 2cm)
Small square – 1 1/4 x 1 1/4″ (3.3 x 3.3cm)
Products used in the video. Other ‘Theme’ product listings available as a bolt on in the online class
Stamp Set – Teeny Tiny Sentiments
Ink – Coastal Cabana
Tools – Envelope Punch Board
Other – Basics Rhinestones, Mini Glue Dots, Stampin’ Dimensionals
Don’t forget, Sale a Bration is on until the 31st of March. There is an awesome offer for every £45 spent (get free stuffs!) and an amazing joining offer (spend £99 and choose £150 worth of products of your choice, a great way to kick start a new business doing what I do!)
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