Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Lip Gloss Party Favor

This week the Angels Landing Design Team had fun working up some P-A-R-T-Y ideas for our fans! All of the digital images from Angels Landing work so well to create cute invitations, beautiful place cards, elegant name tags, fabulous favors, table decorations, and the like!! The possibilities are endless!!

How many of you recognize this little guy?? He is actually from the newly released Marching Band 2 set. The delightful jointed animals in both Marching Band sets are SOOOOOOOOOOO versatile! For today's lip gloss party favor, I used the jointed bear but replaced his tuba arm with a plain arm. I then used some designer paper scraps and a bit of ribbon to create a birthday gift. The jointed limbs allow this sweet teddy to sit and offer up this little gift to party guests!



To create this favor, I started with a 2 inch by 8 inch strip of card stock. I then used my Scor-Pal
to score 4 fold lines which were each 5/8 of an inch apart. With my utility knife I cut two slits in the final scored line as shown above. The scored section was folded around the lip gloss and tied with ribbon which had been inserted through the slits.

The teddy bear was printed on white Georgia Pacific card stock and colored with Bic Mark It pens. Teddy's body parts were cut out and connected together with brads before attaching him with dimensionals to the favor. The gift was constructed from designer paper scraps. The sentiment is a stamped image from Never a Loss 4 Words by Kitchen Sink Stamps. A Rich Razzleberry layer and a BasicGrey Lemonade layer were added to the back.

Because of the way this favor is constructed, the lip gloss favor stands up perfectly with no added bracing needed. This would make it great to use as a place card as well!

Digital Image: Marching Band 2 by Angels Landing

Stamps: Never a Loss 4 Words

Papers: Baja Breeze and Rich Razzleberry by Stampin' Up, White Georgia Pacific, Lemonade by BasicGrey

Inks: Rich Razzleberry and Baja Breeze by Stampin' Up

Tools: Bic Mark It Pens, Scor-Pal, Utility Knife

Embellishments: Ribbons, Brads, Lip Gloss

If you haven't already been there, head on over to Judi's Blog to see what the other design team members have created to inspire you with their party ideas!!! You will be delighted, I promise!!!

18 comments:

  1. Awww!! This is just so adorable, Lynn!! How fun!

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  2. Lynn this is tooooo sweet!!! Darling party favor!!

    Hugs,
    Cheryl

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  3. Lynn, this is so cute! My DGD's would love this! thanks for the pattern!

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  4. This is SO SO cute!!! Love how you put the package in his arms!!!!

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  5. Such a clever idea to cut the slits and tie ribbons around the scored folds for the lip gloss tube. You've been doing such cute projects with those two Marching Band sets. The gift package fits perfectly into this teddy bear's paws. Great idea.

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  6. This is so much fun! What a great idea! Thanks for the instructions as well!

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  7. Lynn, this is such an awesome sample! Love how creative you were using the jointed bear pieces to make it sitting down and how you created the present that the bear is holding! You are always thinking out of the box! Thanks for sharing the tutorial too! This WOULD make a great placecard as well! Well done!

    Alma =)

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  8. How cute, Lynn...this is one super cute project!!!! Thanks for the pattern..I'll have to give one of these a try!!!!

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  9. adorable card.

    M.E. aka CMCMaryD@SCS

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  10. Lynn, that little bear is just so cute. Thanks for sharing your template.

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  11. What a great idea for a party favor! Very nice!

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  12. Cute teddy bear. Great card.

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  13. this is so very sweet, your coloring and details are always awesome!

    enjoy *~*

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  14. lyn...this is so..so...cute and sweet!

    TFS!
    michelle.

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  15. This is terrific, Lynne! Love this little party favor and thank for telling how you made it!
    Great colors and I love the little package the bear is holding!

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  16. Thanks for the directions!! This is great :)

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