October Blog Hop: Big Shot Projects

Welcome to the second “Inky Divas Blog Hop!” Each month on the second Friday of the month, our team is doing a blog hop with a specific theme. This month, we’ve chosen: Big Shot projects!

For my project, I have chosen to use 2 Bigz L Dies: The Mini Milk Carton (#117310) and the new Peekaboo Frames (#124587) that I used in my post yesterday.  I created a cute little gingerbread house that you could use as an ornament in your Christmas tree.  I remembered when I was in grade 4, we all did a little house with a milk carton (a real one that time!) for Christmas and our teacher made a village with all our little houses under the Christmas tree, in the classroom!  So ever since I saw the Mini Milk Carton Die, I really wanted to create a little house!  I thought that the stamp set Jolly Bingo Bits was the perfect one to create a gingerbread house, with the candy cane, the candy and the gingerbread man! I hope you will like it, I had so much fun making it!!! So here’s my Big Shot project (front and back view):

 

Stamp set: Jolly Bingo Bits (#120857)

Ink: Real red, Garden Green, Basic Black, Cajun Craze

Paper and Cardstock: Naturals Ivory, Real Red, Whisper White, Early Expresso, Letter to Santa DSP

Tools and Punches: Big Shot,  Mini Milk Carton (#117310) and Peekaboo Frames (#124587), Scallop Trim Border (#118402), 1″ Circle punch (#119868) and 3/4″ Circle punch (#119873), Owl builder punch (#118074) (to cut the candies), 1 in square punch (#124094)

 

Thanks for joining me and I hope you enjoyed my Gingerbread house! Make sure you go check out the next stamper on this Blog Hop!

Members of this month’s Inky Divas Blog Hop:

Josee Smuck

Janet Sanii
Julie Olivier (you are here)
Linda Willman
Wendy Stewart

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed this month’s Blog Hop…make sure you check back in for our next one on November 11th where we will feature Christmas Cards!

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6 Responses

  1. […] Smuck  (you are here) Janet Sanii Julie Olivier Linda Willman Wendy […]

  2. Oh, Julie, I love your gingerbread-milkbox creation!!!! So cute and so easy too. I must give this one a try. Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. Probably easier and quicker to make than gingerbread…and everyone can enjoy the treats that can be hidden inside. Great idea, Julie.

  4. This are awesome! I have been looking for an idea to make with some Brownies..I think I just found it!

  5. […] If you want to see another Gingerbread house (a 3D one) that I made, also using the Peekaboo Frame die, click here. […]

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