Stampin Scoop Show Episode 131 – Stampin Up Classic Cloche
Sharing some wow projects we’ve created with the Stampin’ Up Cloches. We’ll answer that burning question…”What is a Cloche?” and we’ll be sharing and making some super cool “outside the cloche” (box) projects. Including a candy bell ornament and Ghost Aquarium.
GIFT BOX & CANDY ORNAMENT I MADE ON THE VIDEO
Download the free PDF with instructions and supplies for the gift box and candy ornament I made. The Birthday Cake Hershey Kisses came from CVS.
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I used the Kraft Gift Box as a card box to hold this cookie treat or cards. You could fill the box with other sweets or treats.
The candy treat ornament was created by attaching to Cloche Shaker Domes together and filling it with Hershey Kisses.
I also used the Pattern Party Designer Series Paper for the belly band around the Gift Box. I wrapped Old Olive / Pretty Peacock Reversible Ribbon around the belly band. The band can be slid on and off the box.
These are “Birthday Cake” flavored Hershey Kisses. I got them at CVS.
The birds were colored with Stampin’ Blends markers. I used the Through It Together stamp set for the words.
I turned this card into a shaker using the Cloche Shaker dome as intended. I added the Subtle Shimmer Sequins. I shared how to do this on the video. Layered with the Scallop Contour dies and Brushed Silver Metallic Card stock.
I colored the village with Stampin’ Blend markers and layered Peaceful Place designer series paper.
When I saw the Cloche stamps I immediately thought of bells. I stamped on Brushed Gold Metallic card stock and cut it out to create the bell. Layered over the Simply Elegant Specialty Designer Series Paper. The words are Heat Embossed.
This is so cute I can’t stand it. Linda made this “Ghost Aquarium” out of the Tombstone Treat Boxes and the Cloche Shaker Domes. The ghosts are cute from the Cute Halloween Designer Series Paper. Metallic Mesh Ribbon tops it off.
Linda created this card for our PPX Blog Hop last week. PPX is our program for our Paper Pumpkin subscribers. We send alternate project videos for each kit exclusively for our subscribers. This uses the Tailored Tag punch on the Paper Pumpkin boxes to create the background.
Linda masked the dome over the fruit cake image. On the video she’ll share a tip she did to cover a boo-boo. Can you see it? I couldn’t.
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