Monday, December 21, 2009

Kitchen Sink Monday - Christmas Treats



Going into the final week before Christmas, most of my shopping, card making, and gift wrapping have been put to rest leaving this week for baking Christmas treats to share with friends and family. This is how I will be packaging my goodies for delivery all over town.



I covered a gift box and its lid with designer paper, atttached a tag and ribbon to the top, and stamped some matching tissue paper. And, yes, I have mastered the Cake Ball!! How fun!

Stamps: 3 Step Poinsettia and Never a Loss for Words by Kitchen Sink Stamps

Papers: Cream and White by PaperTrey, Ink. Classic Snowflakes - Red by the Paper Studio, Riding Hood Red by Stampin' Up, Tissue Paper

Inks and Layers:

Poinsettia - 5 - SU Rich Razzleberry, 4 - SU Riding Hood Red, 3 - SU Riding Hood Red stamped off once, 2 - SU Regal Rose

Leaves - 1 - Memento New Sprout, 4 - Bamboo Leaves

Embellishments: Dimensionals, Ribbon, Yellow Acrylic Paint (dotted on center of blossom on tag)

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Check in with the rest of the crew to see their fabulous samples today!!


Angela * Maria * Connie * Lisa * Julie * Makiko

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16 comments:

  1. What special little treats!! Your packaging is awesome!

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  2. Oh my, Lynn!! This is just STUNNING!! WOW!! Love everything, down to the stamped tissue paper! Such a wonderful gift for sure!

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  3. Lynn this is simply BEAUTIFUL!!!! I love the dp and that image!!! Gorgeous BOW too!!

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  4. Lovely packaging! I love the touch of the stamped tissue paper.

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  5. What a lovely presentation - love the stamped tissue and box. I think I'll move into your neighborhood so I can be on your gift list! Merry Christmas!

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  6. Very pretty - and so yummy looking too.

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  7. The box and tissue that matches is too much! Love it. I have not heard of these things called cake balls...I assume some kind of cake covered in chocolate? YUM!

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  8. Your packaging looks absolutely beautiful! What a precious gift to give to your friends.

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  9. Wow! what a beautiful package, Lynn! The poinsettia image are just stunning...and my jaw just dropped when I saw the ones on the tissue paper!! The sweets look so yummy, too!

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  10. Robin (robth on Splitcoast)December 21, 2009 at 3:49 PM

    The packaging and treats are gorgeous! Wow, you made the famous cake balls--I haven't tried to make them yet.

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  11. What a pretty decoration for a package.

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  12. your packaging is beautiful--love the stamped tissue paper!

    have a wonderfulmerry christmas, lynn!

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  13. Hi Lynn! Thanks for checking in! The box is terrific and you just gave me an idea for how I can wrap a bunch of gift cards at once....I wish those treats were here, they look delicious!!

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  14. Beautiful gift Lynn! The box is so elegant looking with the gorgeous poinsettia!! Merry Christmas to you and your family Lynn!! :)

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  15. Beautiful!! You're recipients will be sooo happy! A terrific craft project with yumminess inside :)
    Maria

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