The Stamp Review Crew features Sprinkles of Life

It’s an exciting day! A few weeks ago I woke to a lovely email inviting me to join The Stamp Review Crew blog hop design team. What an honour. Of course I said yes. So without further ado, here is my very first post for The Stamp Review Crew.

Sprinkles-of-Life-bannerThis blog hop features Sprinkles of Life, this year’s charity stamp set. For every set purchased, Stampin’ Up! donates $3 to Ronald McDonald House Charities. How fab. I know I’ve raved about the versatility of the set before, but honestly, nothing comes close especially when you throw in the coordinating Tree Builder punch!

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I’ve gone with the cupcake theme for my project and have made a little box with a cupcake on the front. Perfect for giving a birthday cupcake or filling with something else.

The Stamp Review Crew features Sprinkles of Life. Details @ www.thepapercaper.com.au Stampin' Up! Supplies: Baker's Box thinlits, Sprinkles of Life stamp set, Tree Builder Punch, Sweet L'il Things DSP, Cherry on Top Cotton Paper...

The box is made from Sweet L’il Things DSP using the Baker’s Box thinlits – my new ‘go to’ tool for cute little boxes. I then used the Sprinkles of Life stamp set to make the cupcake wrapper (base) and gave it a 3D effect by leaving some tabs on the side and adhering them to the box so that the wrapper itseld would be curved. I also made a sweet flag using a stamp from the set and adhering it to a toothpick.

The honeycomb style cupcake top is made from Cherry on Top Cotton Paper (Watermelon Wonder sheet). I punched out nine x ‘tops’ (it’s a good idea to use some scraps of paper behind the cotton paper as you punch) and then systematically adhered them with 1/4 of a mini glue dot. Yep – even the mini ones are too big. You can find a link to the honeycomb tutorial via this post.

The Baker’s Box thinlits come with various extras for closing the top of the box but today I’ve opted for a Mini Metallic silver peg, silver ribbon, silver thread and the crazy silver swirly stuff from the silver baker’s twine. Yes, I did use my entire arsenal of silver trims!

The Stamp Review Crew features Sprinkles of Life. Details @ www.thepapercaper.com.au Stampin' Up! Supplies: Baker's Box thinlits, Sprinkles of Life stamp set, Tree Builder Punch, Sweet L'il Things DSP, Cherry on Top Cotton Paper...The Stamp Review Crew features Sprinkles of Life. Details @ www.thepapercaper.com.au Stampin' Up! Supplies: Baker's Box thinlits, Sprinkles of Life stamp set, Tree Builder Punch, Sweet L'il Things DSP, Cherry on Top Cotton Paper...

Thanks for stopping by and enjoying my first TSRC blog hop. Now you simply must hop on over to visit Ann Schach for more inspiration!

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Or if you started here, you may wish to backtrack to Mike Funcke.

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Other projects you might be interested in…

Sprinkles of Life tags for CASEing the Catty weekly blog hop. Details @ www.thepapercaper.com.auHoneycomb HeartsHoneycomb Heart gift box for caseingthecatty.blogspot.com.au. Details @ www.thepapercaper.com.au & www.facebook.com/papercaper

0 thoughts on “The Stamp Review Crew features Sprinkles of Life

  1. Welcome aboard, Jessica! What an awesome project to start with too! This is absolutely adorable. What patience you must have had cutting all those glue dots but it was certainly worth it. Love the curved cupcake holder and all the silver trims. This is one special box!

  2. Welcome to the crew Jessica! So great to have you with us and you’ve started with a bang!!! I love that cupcake and so very clever to put it together in the honeycomb style! It looks awesome!!! That box is just a little bit cute too! Rochelle xo

  3. Jessica, so glad to have you on board! Your box, and the honeycombed cupcake top are just lovely! I would be thrilled to receive a goody in this package 🙂

  4. Yay! .. you said yes 🙂 So glad you joined the SRC. Congrats on your amazing debut project – simply stunning with the ‘honeycomb’ cupcake and all the silver trim.

  5. What a fun birthday box you created! That cupcake is amazing and would look great on the front of a card too! Welcome to the Stamp Review Crew – I can’t wait to see what else you create!

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