CTMH Stamp of the Month: Cutie Pie S1412 Australasian Blog Hop

Australasian Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

Hello and welcome aboard our Stamp of the Month Australasian Close to My Heart Blog Hop.

If you have arrived here from the amazingly creative Shaunna’s Blog, Passionate About Pages then you are in the right place.

If you landed here by accident, no problem, please join in by following the link at the end of this post.

Today I would like to share with you this little gift idea – make your own cupcakes box & cupcake in a jar that showcases the December Stamp of the Month Cutie Pie, (which really is very cute) available exclusively throughout December or $27 or for just $5 when you spend $75.

The idea behind this first project was to give a gift to a little baker, but I wanted it to look nice & pretty & well you can keep the packaging after you bake & decorate the cupcakes. And well I just had to use the new products that got released today also.

I thought it turned out real cute with the treat tubes holding an array of toppings to add. This particular cupcake mix came with frosting mix in the box, but if you got one that didn’t, you could easily cover a container of frosting in b&b paper & add a stamped label & a cute stamped cupcake image.

I hope you enjoyed the little idea and how I have used this set and it can be yours to own to create your own little projects with too.  This months stamp of the month – Cutie Pie is only $27 or for just $5 when you spend $75 until Dec 31st from your CTMH consultant. And remember if you spend $75 this month, it also makes you eligible to purchase ANY C- or D-size stamps from the Annual Inspirations 2014–2015 idea book for only $10. Deal of the Decade

I’d love for you to leave a comment before heading off to the next stop,
Jenny Gilbert The Creative Heart who I am sure will showcase something amazing!

Enjoy the hop!


12 responses to “CTMH Stamp of the Month: Cutie Pie S1412 Australasian Blog Hop”

    • Once I write them up, sure. I basically wrapped the box with card first to work out where to score & wher I would join. But I will write better instructions than that 😉


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