Friday, March 14, 2014

Cardz TV 3-D "Sugar Rush" Blog Hop





Hello my crafty friends, and welcome to the Cardz TV "Sugar Rush" Blog Hop!  If you arrived here from Michelle's blog you are headed in the right direction.   I'm so excited to share with you one of Mary's newest Cardz TV Stamps sets "Sugar Rush."  This set is fabulous for treat holders and cards.  I mean honestly, who doesn't love chocolate right?  This set is perfect for birthday cards and treat holders.   Any way, this is my project.  I made little file folder treat holders.


I used the We R Memory Keepers envelope punch board.  I've talked to a lot of people who just think the punch board is just for envelopes.  Well let me tell you, I've had so much fun with this little punch board over the last 6 months or so making cards, treat holders, and boxes.  The paper with the butterflies and the one with the little flowers are from a 6 x 6 Doodlebug paper pad, the brown and white polka dot paper is from Recollections.   What do you think?  How about some blog candy????

                                            Envelope Punch Board
If you would like to be entered to win this punch board, all you have to do is be a follower of my blog, and leave me a comment and a way to contact you. (U.S. residents)   Mary is giving away 2 sets of her Cardz TV Stamps sets to the winner.  You have until midnight EST tonight to enter.   I hope you stop by the other blogs of my talented Design Team sisters.  You won't be disappointed!  Below are the links to their blogs.  The next stop is Karen.  Thanks for stopping by and I hope to hear from you.   Have a wonderful weekend!  Happy hopping!

Lots of Hugs,
Laura
(The Queen)

Hop Line Up

1.  Mary
2.  Cathy
3.  Michelle
4.  Me
5.  Karen
6.  Julie
7.  Shawnee
8.  Susan
9.  Kimberly
10.  Nicole
11.  Deanna
12.  Sarah

74 comments:

  1. These are super cute!!! How clever of you!!
    reissfam10ataoldotcom

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  2. Oh these are so cute! Love this idea for a treat holder! Thanks for sharing! lindagk23ataoldotcom

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  3. Cute, cute, cute! I love your file folder treat holders. I will never look at another folder without wanting some chocolate :-)
    Big hugs,
    Lena
    Lena’s Creations

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  4. I love your treat holders they look fab! I haven't used my punch board yet and I have had it a few months, you just made me want to try it out.

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  5. Laura, these are so great! Love the papers you used. So colorful!

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  6. So totally 'sweet' and cute Laura!

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  7. What sa-weet ideas for treat boxes they turned out so pretty! You always come up with such unique and clever creations. Love how you used Miss Mary's darling stamp set. Thanks for the chance for your sweet blog candy how generous of you. What a fun blog hop!! I love Mary's stamps.

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  8. Oh that is so clever, love the idea of a folder as a candy holder...so cute. Thanks for the instructions...so going to do this.

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  9. Oh my, your little file folder treat holders are simply adorable! How creative using the envelope punch board to make these! Would be a great pick me up at a office party!!!

    Crafty hugs,
    Debbie

    crafthawk@centurylink.net

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  10. Like the file folder sweet treat holders. I learned to make the file folder as a card but had not thought of it as a treat holder. Wonderful idea that I'll definitely be using. Email by changing words in parens to symbols & no blanks:
    sunshine_honeybee2004 (at sign) yahoo (dot) com
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  11. What a great use of the punch board!

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  12. I love your little set of treat holders, and these sentiments are perfect!!

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  13. Your treat holders are adorable Laura! I love, love the papers you used. I love my punch board too and love all the things you can do with it. Mary's new stamps are so perfect for treat's. Thanks for all the prayers for my hubby my friend. You are the best! Hugs

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  14. Thanks for the inspiration! The treat holders are so cute.

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  15. Awesome treat holders!!

    mimicro9650 at yahoo dot com

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  16. Love your adorable SWEET treat!!! Love the little beautiful butterflies...
    Awesome job my friend!!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    *Crafting With Creative M*

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  17. Laura...these are the CUTEST! I love the file folder idea and the colorful papers are so perfect for this project! The sentiments are fabulous and I really like that it holds 1 piece of candy...for those that are watching their weight (like me). They can still indulge and I won't feel bad for giving it to them. I would love to try this punch board! I can see making envelopes, gift card holders or cards! Thanks for sharing your creativity with us today :-) msmith38652 at gmail dot com

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  18. love your project made me hungry lol

    judy

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  19. Awesome treat holders!! The treat holders are so cute.Thanks for sharing:)

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  20. I love this idea. These would make nice little thank you's for jobs well done or just because as well. Terrific idea !! I love it. I would sooo love to win this punch board. TFS Denise dharkin65 at gmail dot com

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  21. Love this idea!! Great project!! :)

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  22. This is such a wonderful project - yes, I would love to win that punch board - thanks for the hop and sharing your lovely projects - you did a great job! TFS have a great week! Gail utb 01 @ att dot net

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  23. love the projects! great stamp set also! must have!

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  24. Simply adorable! I that punch board. I have never seen it before!
    Hugs,
    Georgia

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  25. I love these they are so cute. I am trying to get a new PC to work and cannot get the button to follow you to work. I have been a long time follower of "Mary's blog and live in Kentucky not far from her. I will keep trying. I would love to win this punch board and good luck to everyone.

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  26. I really like your project! Thanks so much for the idea :)

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  27. What a cut idea to use your envelope punch to make a cover for your chocolates!!

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  28. Who wouldn't! Love to get chocolate in such a clever cover!

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  29. Great project!! Love the punch board, can't wait to get one.
    Blessings,
    Belinda - RecipeScrapper at sbcglobal dot net

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  30. I love this idea Laura! So cute. TFS :)

    Michelle
    Purple Monkey Moments

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  31. Super cute project Laura! And you are so right! Who doesn't love chocolate? love it!

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  32. What a cute idea. You ladies are so talented. TFS :-) Merrie
    wdjones@charter.net

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  33. I love the idea of using the envelope punch board for more than envelopes. Adorable project and such cute papers. :)

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  34. Oh that is so cute the one you place a chocolate in and love the new stamps ----wish I could buy them all. Nancy

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  35. Love the treat holders Laura! I am a huge chocolate lover so these are perfect!
    Hugs,
    Jess
    Craftingwithjess@gmail.com

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  36. Oh my heart! I've seen SO many fabulous and creative ideas on this blog hop. I'm just blown away. This is amazing, and I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your inspiration and great use of the new stamps. I'm inspired to say the very least.
    Be blessed,
    Karen
    www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com

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  37. What a great idea, and of course, filled with my most favorite chocolate treat. I love the new stamps and you've done a super job being creative with them. I'm inspired to say the least.
    Sierra
    sierrasgift@gmail.com

    P.S. I'm a brand new follower of your blog, and would LOVE to have you follow me as well if you get a moment.
    www.sierrasgift.blogspot.com

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  38. How clever is this. A file folder and a very nice surprise inside. Great project.

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  39. I"m intrigued by the envelope punch board now thanks for sharing your wonderful yummy project! I would never have thought of using a file folder as a treat holder - great!

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  40. These are so cute. What a fun little treat. I'm following on Bloglovin'.

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  41. I'm following on Bloglovin'. Love your project!

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  42. Such a fun idea! I had no idea the punch board was so versatile! Love how they hold the chocolate perfectly! Awesome project!

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  43. Such cute folders and embellishes. It is so much fun to see the end result look better than something store bought.

    marg0006 at Verizon dot net

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  44. Adorable-- isn't the punch board super fun! I definitely need to use it more oftern--thanks for the inspiration :)

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  45. LOVE this! You need to do a video on other ways to use this board. Unfortunately I only use for envelopes. Teach me!

    Cardztv DT Sister
    Mimi

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  46. Fabulous sweat treat! Amazing how many different things you can do with one tool!

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  47. What a cute idea. Would be great for a recipe swap to. Already a follower.
    angel hugs
    Debby

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  48. OOOO.....I'd love one of those envelope punches....I've been watching what others are making and wow...I too thought it could only do envelopes...Love. going over to sign up.....Have a Sweet day.

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  49. Great projects.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  50. Your treat folders are so cute - love the papers and ribbons you used.. I follow you with Bloglovin.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  51. omg Laura I am totally in love with these treat holders they are fabulous! I am going borrow this idea for Easter and make these for my coworkers...hope they come out half as nice as yours. Karen

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  52. That is so adorable! I have seen so many fun projects made with the envelope punch board and love seeing yours! I am a follower of your blog.
    Beth
    Beth's Beauties
    bfiscus[at]nntc[dot]net

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  53. Creative way to make treat holders!
    I'm a new follower!
    nancy at zappens dot com

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  54. Gr8t job with your treat holders, you did a fabulous job!

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  55. Love your treat boxes. I'm a follower

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  56. What a cute idea! I love all of the different examples you used with Sugar Rush. I WANT this set now. Thanks for sharing.

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  57. Oh these are soooo cute. LOVE them.
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot
    DMCARDMAKER at AOL dot COM
    (Google follower)

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  58. What a cleaver treat package...LOVE all the colors you used and the great examples with the stamp set. Thank you!

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  59. These treat covers are so cute and fun! Those sentiments are just perfect with them. I'm following you on Bloglovin!
    kladd94803 at aol dot com

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  60. Hi there. Love your idea for the treat cover. I am now a follower and my email addy is bobcat.west@yahoo.ca. I am in Canada so realize I can not win yiur blog candy but still, I like to play along. It's a fabulous way to get to know new crafters and find fresh inspiration!

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  61. laura im lovin your sweet treat holders. awesome job with the new stamp set :)

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  62. New follower. I can't wait to see how you made this treat holder.

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  63. What a great idea! Very cute…
    I will be making these sweet babies soon.
    Thanks for sharing:)

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  64. Love your candy treat holders Laura!! And I so love the papers you used. :)

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  65. Love, love, love this treat holder. Such a great way to give an awesome treat.

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  66. This is such a cute idea to use a file card and add a treat! I never thought of doing that and I love how it came out! XOXO, Julie. :0)

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  67. Laura, you outdid yourself on these adorable treat holders! Thanks for all you do for Cardz TV!
    Hugs,
    Mary

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