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Friday, October 28, 2011

Friday Tip of the Day! - Episode 265

HAPPY HAPPY FRIDAY!!! I was SOOO happy lastnight! When I showed Baby Aaron these treats that I made for Anthony's class, he changed his mind & now he wants the SAME treats as Anthony! YAHOO! Yep, these treats were SOOO EASY to make, it's re-donkulus!;) hehehehe! I actually used my imagine to print on my address labels! Isn't that COOL??? I used the "Buccaneer" cartridge for it!I also used "Limitless Labels" from Papertrey Ink to stamp onto each label, after I printed them w/my Imagine! For a few of them, I used the little pattern backround stamps in my "Build a Banner Kit" to stamp on the labels! I wanted to show those of you who do not own an Imagine that this can be done w/o it as well! Those EXTRA special eyes I used were from Peachy Keen Stamps, "The Uglies Asst"!
I just LOVE how these turned out! In my video below, you can see exactly how I made these!

Here is a closeup of these CUTIES!

Here is my video!:)

Here is a cute little "Witch Hat Pin" that I picked up for the teachers! Of course, the "original" packaging was NOT very attractive! So, I used my "XL Label Die", punched a couple of holes in it & now the pin looks SO MUCH MORE Presentable!;) That pretty paper is DCWV "The Ghosts & Goblins Stack"! I thought the tulle just finished it off!

Okay! I hope you enjoyed my "Friday Tip of the Day"! Now you can use your Imagine to print on those address labels & have some pretty wrapped nuggets! Have a FABULOUS weekend my sweet friends & I will see you back here soon!;) xoxo

33 comments:

  1. Great idea, will have to dust off my imagine and try this. Love how you dressed up the packaging for the pin. Great Job on both projects. TFS.

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  2. Oh wow love your projects. soooo cute.

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  3. Great idea!! Love both projects :)

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  4. Fantastic Emma! Love this idea and how cool to print on address labels, genious!

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  5. This is one of my favorite projects EVER!!!! I LOVE it! I've had that PTI stamp set and never realized it fit on address labels! THANK YOU!!! Your video was fabulous! Love and Hugs, Cathryn :)

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  6. Wow! That is a great idea!! I never would have thought of printing on labels. So easy and really cute!
    Maribel

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  7. oh Emma this is FABULOUS!!! So doing this next Holiday ;)

    thanks for the tip

    Micia

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  8. Great idea. Thank you for showing your projects!

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  9. These turned out so cute!!! No, I don't have the PTI stamp set - love it! Thanks for the tips on coloring the Uglies. I hope mine arrive today!!!

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  10. awesome idea... Love it..
    Those little eyeballs are adorable...

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  11. I love these and the stickles really makes them pop, thanks for the great idea!
    Hugs
    Deb c
    Bugjuiced.blogspot.com

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  12. I love this idea!!! TFS!! :)
    Hugs,
    Cindy

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  13. those candies look so great! love the designs :)

    -rachel w k
    rwkrafts.blogspot.com

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  14. This is so cute Emma! Love the simple, brilliant ideas :)

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  15. These turned out so cute. Thanks for the idea now if I only had an imagine, LOL.

    Have a great weekend my friend.

    Hugs,
    Kate

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  16. So cute and such a great idea:)

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  17. how clever to use address labels.. what size were the address labels you used? hugs from ukiah

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  18. I've done the same project and printed mine out on my regular printer. They are regular address labels (1" X 2 5/8") You can buy them anywhere. They sell them at wal-mart. I love covering my candy also and it kills me when the kids don't even notice. So I understand how you feel.
    Sherry

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  19. What an awesome Idea!! Thanks for sharing!

    www.mycreationsbymelissa.blogspot.com

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  20. I didn't give much thought to the "Uglies" stamps when I first saw them, but I have seen so many adorable projects (like this one) using them that they've really got my attention now.

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  21. What super cute little treats! Thanks for the tip about making labels...I love that!!

    hugs
    Cassandra

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  22. can you use a printer to print on the label,s?
    once again what a fablooooooooooous idea from you keep on coming up with these wonderful things
    super ozie

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  23. They are sooo "adorbs"!!! I wish I had that set for this Halloween, but I'll have it for next for sure!!! Great idea with your imagine & the labels will have to try something like that for Thanksgiving or Christmas!!!
    Puppy Hugs!

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  24. what a great idea! who would have thunk it? LOL love it! thanks for the tips!

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  25. These are just awesome Emma! So cute! Thanks for sharing the tips! I'm a new follower and email subscriber!

    Shelley
    http://carleys-closet.blogspot.com
    shelleymace21@gmail.com

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  26. Those are so darn cute. Great idea Emma. That's like me, when I give things, it breaks my heart to see the kids just overlook the cuteness because they just want to get to the goodies, which I know that's how kids are.

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  27. That is such a good idea. I need to go out and get myself an Imagine now... :-)

    -Jenn
    www.jennuinecrafts.com

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  28. What a cute wrap for the little bars and you show both versions with and without the imagine. The Peachy Stamps are great also. I don't think I have any peachy faces that are scary looking...might need another faces set :D Hope you get all your treats done in time!
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  29. Hummm, I think we need a set of these from MCT! Hint, hint! Would love to have a set like this designed by you!

    mimi2trentdrew.blogspot.com

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  30. Those are too adorable, love the eyeballs :)

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