Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Precious Remembrance Shop/Imagine Crafts Blog Hop Day 1-School Days


Hello Friends! Welcome to Day 1 of the Precious Remembrance Shop and Imagine Crafts collaboration Blog Hop! I have been having SO much fun putting together  many fun projects for my boys' teacher's end-of-the-year gifts. I will be sharing projects today AND tomorrow, so stay tuned! Of course, there will be prizes, so let me fill you in on all of the details! 
Giveaway Details:

- Hop Along and leave us some comments on each blog. 
- Show us some love!:) Like & Follow both companies on Facebook & Instagram 
- Giveaway is open until May 19,2018. Winners will be chosen randomly. 
- Have fun & Goodluck!
Here are the links for the Precious Remembrance Shop's Facebook Page and Instagram.
Here are the links for the Imagine Crafts Facebook Page and Instagram

1 Winner : $30 Gift Certificate from Imagine Crafts 

HERE IS THE BLOG HOP LINEUP! MAKE SURE TO STOP BY EACH BLOG FOR LOTS OF GREAT IDEAS AND INSPIRATION!!!


Precious Remembrance Shop 
Kelly Lunceford (you are here)


For my first project, I created some tags to tie up their basket of goodies. I had so much fun on THIS project, I decided to use the same paper pad and some of the same details! I love how they turned out! I've mentioned before that my First Grader has two teachers and my Second Grader has his regular teacher and his SPED teacher, so I made 4 of each project. 


For these tags, I used the delightful School Days Stamp Set, which I love! It is a perfect set for both teachers and students! There are so many great sentiments and details!


To begin, I stamped  the "abc 123" image using Versamark ink and then heat embossed it using Gold embossing powder. I've mentioned a few times that I have been needing to find a new gold powder that I like, and friends, this is IT! It is perfect! Once that was done, I die cut the image using a circle die and then colored the images using copic markers. I added some clear Glaz On over the top of the images for some detail and shine!  I stamped the "You are awesome" and the dotted line image using Nautical Memento Dew Drop and Lady Bug Memento Dew Drop

The "A+" image is embossed in gold as well and punched out using a 1 inch circle punch. I created a paper pinwheel using pattern paper and added a Seaside Blue Button to the center of each for some added detail and color. I love how these sweet little tags turned out! I know they will really bring some charm to the entire ensemble! 

My second project that I am sharing today is a set of handmade boxes, stamped cellophane bags, and coordinating tags.  The boxes and stamped cellophane bags will hold some homemade caramels. I made some last week for Teacher Appreciation Week, but these particular teachers didn't get any. I don't want to cheat them, so they will get some, too! I used Cotton White StazOn ink to create custom made/matching cellophane bags to really make the project cohesive. It didn't take much time at all to quickly stamp a few of the images from the School Days Stamp set onto the bags.


The tags are very simple, but keep the cohesive feel of the project.  I will certainly share some additional photos when I get the caramels made and the boxes all put together! As much as I would have liked to have it ready for you to see now, we don't get out for a few more weeks and I want them to be fresh! LOL!

I gold embossed the "great job" and "thanks" sentiments onto some coordinating paper. I love the shine it gives these projects! I hope you enjoyed these projects! Don't forget to join me again tomorrow for some additional projects that I am excited to share! Thanks for fluttering by!


20 comments:

harrahx2 said...

So cute! I love the busy patterns and the colorful school days look.
Thanks so much for sharing, as always. You do a super job!

Kelly Lunceford said...
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Kelly Lunceford said...

Thank you so much for the sweet comment! You always brighten my day!

Dyane said...

WOW! What an amazing projects for the Teachers Appreciation week Kelly! Simply perfect! You're amazing!:)

Jane said...

Oh wow! So I was in love with those cute pinwheel tags and then I scrolled down and found the boxes! Swooning now and wishing I was your child’s teacher. xx

Unknown said...

Love the pinwheels and the boxes!

Cathy Sanders said...

lovely bright colours on the cards. The gold definitely pops.

JoAnn said...

These are all so cute. Love the papers and cute school designs.

Steph Ackerman said...

Great projects, I am sure the teachers will love them.

Nadine Carlier said...

Such cute projects! Love the boxes and the pinwheels on the cards.

Kyriakos said...

Wow! So nice! Love the colors

Kassandra Tousignant said...

Great projects! Love the colors and pinwheels.

Iris R. said...

These card are all so awesome. Such great variety. Like how you used the GlazeOn.

Melanie said...

wonderful! I feel like I am back in school!

Ink Stained Roni said...

So sweet! Love those little tags - they are just darling.

Sue D said...

Cute projects. Love the pin wheels.

Barb Turpin said...

Love this! That stamp set would be really cute on a scrapbook page, and the colors are so fun!

Helen Gullett said...

Kelly, love all of your fun and adorable cards, also your gift boxes and tags are just amazing! Great inspirations. Thank you so much!

jordanbev5@yahoo.com said...

These are adorable!!!! You are amazing and love those sweet little wind mills! You are so clever! Love all the Imagine inks and Precious remembrance images

Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

You’ve made two cute duo of cards !!
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