Blended Seasons Blog Hop

38878215_10211822505308812_2812741586427838464_nI’m happy to be participating in this blog hop.  When I saw this bundle, the first thing that came to me was bag toppers!  We have new dies to create bag toppers AND we can do them in at least three different sizes!!!  With that in mind, I concentrated on creating a couple bag toppers for this hop.


This topper is for tea lights.  Very simple to make.  This doesn’t require the heat gun.  It’s meant for presentation only.  A quick easy gift to create and give.  I used the Simply Scored board to score down the middle.  The die fits flushed to the left of the board so I could score it with a straight line down the middle of the cut shape.


If you decided to recreate a gift like this, it is important to include a note on how to use the candles safely.  Here I included a note in the bag on the back side where it can clearly be seen.

Another bag topper I made uses Stampin’ Up!’s clear envelopes.  The die fits perfectly on top when it is scored to fold.  I placed one of the spools from the Metallic Ribbon Combo Pack inside to demonstrate how using this topper and envelope would make a nice presentation.



Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today.  You will find a list of the supplies I’ve used after the list of demonstrators participating in this blog hop.  To move on to see the next creation using this bundle, click on any of the blog hopper names listed below.  Enjoy!

Blog Hoppers

Theme: Colorful Seasons

  1. Rachael Rife
  2. Candy Ford
  3. Jamie Albanese
  4. Cheryl Hamilton
  5. Libby Dyson – Australia
  6. Annette Sullivan – Australia
  7. Ginny Harrell
  8. Christy Fulk – Create With Christy – USA
  9. Tanesha Sistrunk
  10. Candy Rattray-sweetstamper
  11. Leonie Schroder – Stamp A Latte
  12. Alejandra Gomez – – US
  13. Melissa Bolinger-USA
  14. janet
  15. Lisa Kmiec
  16. Karie Beglau
  17. Dena Albee – USA
  18. Dianne Keough

These are the items included in the “Color Your Season” promotion.  Also see the supplies I used below.

These are the other supplies I used.

Price: $110.00