My treat 'CUP" swap for Telford Regional Training- How To

Long time no see and we'll leave that there.

On the 17th May it was the Stampin' Up! regional event where in excess of 300 demonstrators got together celebrated achievements, shared ideas and swapped projects and cards.

I do find making lots of the same thing a little boring and so I do tend to make a couple of different swaps. I tend to do some 3D swaps and then I start seeing them in my sleep I change to doing some cards, and this time was no different.

This is the 3D swap I did for Telford and the following photos will demonstrate how to make the little  treat cup.  So easy and all you need is a paper cup, plain, patterned it really is up to you.

Instructions are at the bottom of each picture  - you may want to click on each picture to enlarge (if your eyes are anything like mine?)









Here is the pretty pink version.  Melon Mambo is such a lovely bright cheerful colour and here its teamed with Basic Black and stamped on Naturals White.  A little bit of Silver Glimmer Paper to add some bling, topped off with a large Rhinestone.

These little treat cups would make lovely Wedding Favours, Baby Shower Treats, Children's party treats (filled with sweets!).  A masculine version would be nice  - ummm perhaps that's my next one to try?!

Back with some of the swaps I received.

Bel x

Monday, 19 May 2014

My treat 'CUP" swap for Telford Regional Training- How To

Long time no see and we'll leave that there.

On the 17th May it was the Stampin' Up! regional event where in excess of 300 demonstrators got together celebrated achievements, shared ideas and swapped projects and cards.

I do find making lots of the same thing a little boring and so I do tend to make a couple of different swaps. I tend to do some 3D swaps and then I start seeing them in my sleep I change to doing some cards, and this time was no different.

This is the 3D swap I did for Telford and the following photos will demonstrate how to make the little  treat cup.  So easy and all you need is a paper cup, plain, patterned it really is up to you.

Instructions are at the bottom of each picture  - you may want to click on each picture to enlarge (if your eyes are anything like mine?)









Here is the pretty pink version.  Melon Mambo is such a lovely bright cheerful colour and here its teamed with Basic Black and stamped on Naturals White.  A little bit of Silver Glimmer Paper to add some bling, topped off with a large Rhinestone.

These little treat cups would make lovely Wedding Favours, Baby Shower Treats, Children's party treats (filled with sweets!).  A masculine version would be nice  - ummm perhaps that's my next one to try?!

Back with some of the swaps I received.

Bel x

1 Comments:

At 23 May 2014 at 10:19 , Blogger Kerry said...

We all loved this swap Bel, thank you for sharing the instructions, now finding myself stalking the party section in the Supermarket looking for cups lol!

 

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