Stamp Set of the Day and Treat Basket

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Today’s stamp set I’m giving away is:

This is a level 2 hostess set called Asian Artistry, some incolor card stock and incolor ribbons.

Place an Online Order at my Stampin’ Up! website today and your name will be entered into a drawing to receive this bundle.

Today’s Sample is a little Treat Basket made using fun foam and the Baskets & Blooms die with the Big Shot.
Fun foam

To stamp into fun foam you first have to heat the fun foam using your heat tool until it is very hot have your stamp inked and ready, once the foam is hot push your stamp into the foam and you will have a stamped impression into the foam.?

Tip:? I put my basket together with Sticky Strip and it stayed really?well, but this morning when I looked at my basket it was all in pieces again. :(? Guess I’ll have to use the Tombow Multi-liquid glue or sew it.

Have a Great Day!

3 thoughts on “Stamp Set of the Day and Treat Basket

  1. Jayne S. says:

    Hi Glenda!
    I came to your blog from the LNStampers group. I love this little project! I’m going to have to break down and get that die now (of course, since it’s on sale, that helps with the decision)! I live fairly close to you – I’m just south of Kalamazoo/Portage in Schoolcraft. So we’re practically neighbors!
    Jayne S.
    Schoolcraft, MI

  2. Jan Hoyt says:

    Great project, Glenda…never thought to use fun foam for the baskets but it looks great! And more by far it’s substantial than paper, too. Am wondering how the Tombox adhesive worked for the long term adhesive….too bad Sticky Strip didn’t cut it. I wonder if a hot glue gun would work? Haven’t worked much with fun foam so I am clueless but thanks for sharing.

    BTW, I found you because of the blog links from the LNS group. Jan Hoyt

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