December 2, 2015

ICS Blog Hop Perfectly Packaged


Hard to believe its that time again for monthly ICS blog hop! Where has this year gone! 
Our theme is Perfectly Packaged! I don't know about you but I love when I see things all packaged up in pretty bows! I am so excited to hop thru just like you will be doing to see all the awesome inspiration that were going to all discover on the hop!

Here are my projects I have made a little cute bag, a 3 by 3 card with matching envelope.  Listed below are the supplies I used to make the projects. Click on any of the products to be taken to purchase from my online store! Click on the supply list to print out or download for these projects.




Here are Nancy's projects.

Love how she combined a couple of her favorite thinlits. Cutie Pie and Mini Treat Bag. A perfect gift for teachers or students! 

Click on any of the products to be taken to purchase from her online store! Click on the supply list to print out or download for these projects.






Enjoy your next stop to see what Tammy has created!

I saw a a video from Sam Donald for the inspiration for the bag I created.

Thanks for stopping by our sister blog!
Stampin Darla and Nancy





11 comments:

Claudia Perry said...

great projects!!

Nichole said...

Oh my, ladies! These projects are just great! Nicely done!

Terri said...

Darla and Nancy, all of your projects rock!

Nancy Kee said...

Ok sis Darla, your ideas have inspired me to try my envelope liner. Love yours!

Tina Riddle said...

Love both of your cards and projects Nancy and Darla! :)

Joni said...

both are great!!! i love how you used a tree on the triangle, and the DSP with the polka dots on the first!!!

Deb Naylor said...

How cute1 Great ideas sistahs!

Tammy Dunlap said...

Love the polka dot paper, silver bow and merry on the pie box.

Jen said...

Such adorable projects ladies! I love the paper you chose to use!

Anna said...

Darla, your card and bag are adorable and Nancy, I love your pie box! It's so cute!

Tina Johnson said...

Darla, I love the DSP you used. And Nancy, cute box with the pie thinlits.