Friday, February 18, 2011

February My Pink Stamper Design Team Project


Today is the day we get to post the projects we made for February with Robyn's new stamp releases over at My Pink Stamper. I had the opportunity to work with Sweetest Cupcakes.

The set contains 25 expressions all about cupcakes, baking, sweetness, love and yummy food.

I have had this idea about making an oven gift box in my head for a while, but I wanted to make it super easy so I could do multiples to send a little something sweet to folks from church or friends who are under the weather. Let me tell you this box could not be easier and the how to's are below. I fit a few mini muffins or small chocolate chip cookies in mine. I made the mixer card to match with a little yummy frosting spilling over the edge just like what happens in my own kitchen.

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mment if you haven't already to win the 2 bottles of Viva Decor Paper Soft I am giving away. I am picking the winner on Friday.


Thanks for stopping by,

CarrieAnne


RECIPE:

Stamp Set: My Pink Stamper: Sweetest Cupcakes ("Baking Up Some Love" and "I'm Sweet on You" Sentiments)

Cricut Cartridges: Bags, Tags, Boxes and More, From My Kitchen
Embossing Folder: Cuttlebug: Swiss Dots

Ink: Stampin' UP!: Wild Wasabi
Patterned Paper: Imaginisce, GCD Studios
Filigree Metal Flowers (Burners on the stove): Nunn Designs
Dimensional Paint (Chocolate on Mixer Bowl): Viva Decor
Transparency (See through front on oven): Staples
Small cherry punch and 1/16 hole punch: Marvy Uchida
Brads and Half back Pearl: Misc

The How To's on the Oven Box

Stove Knob Back Panel

1. The only part of the box from From My Kitchen is the knob section (the back panel above the burners) so you could certainly whip up an alternate option if you didn't have this cartridge. This panel comes from the main oven cut on page 30. Cut it out on blue cardstock at 3 inches.

2. Then using the existing upper cut line for the stove door as a guide, remove the bottom portion of the stove front.

3. Using the "layers" function cut out the two white strips and adhere them to the knob panel.

4. Using a 1/16 hole punch pierce the center of each of the 4 marked "knobs".

5. Insert your favorite brads in the holes to act as knobs.

6. Set aside this stove panel momentarily.

Oven Box

1. With the "Fit to Length" option selected and the "Window" function on cut out two of the square boxes found on page 119 at 11 1/4 inches from the Bags, Tags, Boxes and More cartridge. You will need one in light blue cardstock and one in white cardstock.

2. Fold the blue boxe in half and dry emboss it with your Swiss Dots Cuttlebug embossing folder.

3. Score on all of the fold lines with a scorer or bone folder. This is an important step if you want a balanced and stable box. Hand folding without scoring can make it wonky!

4. Adhere a small square of clear transparency to the inside of the box behind the cut out square.

It is important to do all your embellishing before you assemble the box. With this in mind we are now going to add the details.

5. Use your paper cutter to remove the panel on the white cube box with the window section. Stamp "I'm Sweet on You" on the lower part of this section. Punch cherry out and adhere next to sentiment. Adhere white window panel over the blue window section of the blue cube box.

6. Use scraps from the white cube box to add the handles on the front and side of the oven. I used glue dots and then bent the strips of paper for dimension with my fingers.

7. Cut a small scrap of patterned paper and fold it in half over the side oven handle. Adhere ends of the patterned paper with one glue dot. Snip a tiny fringe if desired. This is now a dish towel embellishment.

8. Using scraps of cardstock create the layered stove top - white, then blue, then white cardstock squares. I made mine fit just inside of each other and I dry embossed my blue layer with the Swiss Dots embossing folder.

9. Add your stove burners with a glue dot. I used filigree metal flowers from Nunn Designs, but you could use stamped flowers, circles, epoxy stickers, buttons, or round paper clips.

10. Assemble your box and add glue dots where needed to keep flaps together.

11. Slide in the "knob panel" into the top opening of the box. Adhere with glue dots.

You are DONE!!!

40 comments:

  1. What darling projects!!! Love all your creations!

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  2. What a fabulous idea! I love how this looks! Thanks for sharing.

    scrappedwithlove.blogspot.com

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  3. THIS IS ADORABLE!!!! I can't believe how cute this is! What a sweet idea and thanks for the instructions to recreate it! You always have such creative projects! Thank you for sharing them with us!

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  5. Oh my goodness...your oven is the cutest thing ever!!! And I love the matching card!

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  6. This is FABULOUS!! You are so creative!! Robyn sure picked an awesome DT!! TFS!!:) Jennifer (www.countrycricut.blogspot.com)

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  7. That oven is unbelievable!!! I love it! :)

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  8. wow, this is amazing. LOVE that oven. So stinkin creative!

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  9. Too stinkin' cute! Love the oven idea!!

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  10. WOW!!! This is a great creation I will forsure be making this little cutie ;) I love the card as well with the color and patterns used thanks for the wonderful inspiration :)

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  11. Hi CarrieAnne!
    Boy did Robyn pick a wonderful Team Member! LOVE the stove! Definitely gonna try making one! Your card is gorgeous too! I've just started a new blog (NOT that great at it yet!) so, if you have time, maybe you can pop on by! Thank you for your wonderful inspiration & for the chance at a terrific giveaway!
    Hugs from R.I.,
    Laura
    http://bunniescraps.blogspot.com/

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  12. CarrieAnne! You have REALLY outdone yourself on this one!!! WOW is all I can say :)
    Maira

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  13. This is the cutest project ever. Please, please make a video demo for this! I'd love to see it being assembled. Thank you! Great job. ;)

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  14. I love the stove and the card to go with it. I have been thinking of something like this myself but just couldn't get it right. Thanks for doing the work for me, lol....
    Diane

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  15. I love your card and projects! What a sweet way to present some home baked treats. Love the texture and blings on both! The sentiment really suits.
    Thanks for sharing! :)

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  16. OMG the box is FABULOUS! Love the card too. I am really like the cartridge From My Kitchen. TFS

    Carol
    http://caroleesscrappinspot.blogspot.com

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  17. Neat idea with the oven box and I love the card! It's so cute!

    s.skalicky6@yahoo.com

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  18. Great job! Love the stove box so cute.

    HTTP://handcraftedsimplybyus.blogspot.com

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  19. love love love the cute oven. way way awesome

    mia_initialpink@hotmail.com

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  20. That has got to be the cutest box ever!! I love that card to cute.
    HUGS

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  21. so cute I also made one of these ovens for valentine challenge it is on my blog made mine out of a photo cube and kitchen cart. love yours. hugs

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  22. This is so cute. I love it. Iam glad you showed how to recreate it. I am your newest follower.

    Morefunscraps.blogspot.com

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  23. Wow, wow wow!!! Talk about out of the box and coming up with something spectacular!!! You did it my dear!! I so love it!!! XOXO, Julie. :0)

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  24. That box is adorable! What a perfect way to present home baked goodies as a gift!

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  25. Very cute "oven." Wish I could think of where to use it, because it is SO SUPER CUTE!

    April
    nginerd at gmail dot com
    http://ajoy2scrap.blogspot.com

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  26. CarrieAnne, you continue to inspire me EVERY time! I love the oven, it's adorable! :o)

    Michelle

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  27. This is really cute!! My Daughter who is 9 loves to cook and would love this!!

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  28. This is absolutely the cutest thing! I LOVE KITCHEN stuff and this is right up my alley! I love this stove!! You did an awesome job!
    dsc105@live.com

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  29. I love the little oven!!! Your work always amazes me. Thanks for the inspiration. papermemories4u @ yahoo . com

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  30. The stove is so awesome,,,Great job!!!Love it.
    Imogene
    sweetlilcricut.blogspot.com

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  31. Lovin' the lil' oven! How adorable! I want to try to create one for my teenage daughter who loves to bake, maybe for her easter basket...hmmm... TFS!

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  32. You really thought outside of the "box" WOW! This is a keeper I will have to try - Very unique and one of a kind, those are the BEST and you did it!! Thanks for showing us your creativity, I'm a big fan.
    mommaneff@yahoo.com

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  33. You totally blew this one out of the block! Wow!
    Great job, so cute -Paper Panther

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  34. This is so darling, and such a fun idea. Love the paper you chose too.

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  35. How cute and what a thoughtful gift this will make. So unique! Thank you for sharing.
    MCF's Mimi

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  36. I was so amazed by this project. Love it! So creative. :)

    Thanks!
    Pam
    Simply-Pam.blogspot.com

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  37. This project is really great, thanks for all of the directions! Love it!!

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  38. genius!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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