Stampin’ Up! Fancy Favor Desk Set

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Today’s sample is another project we did in my Big Shot club this week.  Besides the Scallop Square die I also featured the Stampin’ Up! Fancy Favor die.   This is a little desk set. 

We just cut down the front of the Fancy Favor die and then made 3 X 3 matching cards with envelopes to fit into our box.  I also put a sticky note pad in the box for just a quick little note.  I love having these little 3 X 3  notecards sitting on my desk.  Whenever I want to enclose a cute little thank you in an order or drop it in the mail with some other things going out, they are right at my finger tips ready to go.

Aren’t they sweet?  I’m hoping to do a video tutorial tonight so you can see just how easy it is to cut down the Fancy Favor box and turn it into this sweet desk set.

If you would like to order the supplies you can do it on my Online website Here

Product used:
Big Shot Die-cutting Machine #113439 $99.95
Extended Premium Crease Pad #117630 $19.95
Extended Cutting Pads #113478 $19.95
Fancy Favor #115965 $39.95
Punch Windows #115953 $29.95
Scallop Oval XL Punch #119856 $16.95
Real Red 12 X 12 card stock #119940 $6.95
Basic Gray card stock #121044 $6.95
Love Impressions Specialty Designer Series Paper #121780 $11.95
Whisper White card stock #100730 $8.50
Perfect Punches stamp set #117022 $24.95 wood or #120516 $17.95 clear
Basic Gray Ink pad #101179 $5.95

Remember it is Sale-A-Bration so with every $50.00 order you will recieve a FREE product from the Sale-A-Bration brochure.  You can view the brochure in the left hand side bar.  Also, you will receive a sqaure on my 50/50 board for every $50.00 spent.  When all 50 squares are full a number will be drawn if your name is on that number you win $50.00 of FREE products!!!

Have a Great Day!

One thought on “Stampin’ Up! Fancy Favor Desk Set

  1. Barb Shelton says:

    Hi …I just clicked over to your blog after seeing your Valentine Treat share on Beate’s yahoo group. I watched a couple of the other “free” tutorials you have and I think these are great. In this day & age where so gals are charging for turtorials it is nice to find ones that are free and just as good. I noticed there weren’t any comments on the ones I watched so I wanted to comment on one of them to let you know I appreciated your efforts and talent!! Thanks for Sharing…Barb

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