Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Jar of Haunts Index Rings

Edited to add:  Ooops!  This class is actually Jar of Haunts, the Halloween set NOT Jar of Cheer which is the Christmas set.  You'll see those soon. *Ü*  What a dummy, sorry!

Have you received your copy of the new Stampin' Up! Holiday catalog?  Oh Em Goodness - it is so awesome this year. Chocked full of fall and winter stamping and I can't wait until September 1st to start showing you what I've been working on.  Also, September 1st is the first day you can order from the Holiday catalog.
Want a little sneaky peek??

Super cute little Index Card Rings.  I used the Everyday Jars Framelits to cut the index cards and a front and back cover and there you have it, little notebook type gifts.
 
 
 
I couldn't stop!  I think I will make some to hand out on Halloween.  If you were trick or treating at my house would you want this or a candy?   *Ü*
 
 
Remember when we held an Inking Idaho on the Road in Columbus, OH last year?  Julie is going to do it again and registration is open now.
Although it isn't technically an Inking Idaho on the Road now that she and her team have one under their belt...I can't miss out on all the fun - so I will be there too! 
Come join me Saturday, September 17th in Columbus!
Register HERE. 

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31 comments :

  1. I would definitely rather have these than candy!!! Just adorable, Becky!

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  2. I checked the international flights & it's too expensive to trick or treat at your house; so guess i'll have to eat my candy & hopefully get someone to make 1 of these for me; GREAT ideas that you share!!

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  3. Oh my goodness, those are adorable!! I would totally want one of those instead of candy :) I can't wait to see what else you've been crafting.

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  4. OMGoodness! All of these are just so stinkin' cute!! LOVE 'EM! I think these would be awesome to hand out vs candy!

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  5. OMG. OMG. Too cute!!!!! Too Cute!

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  6. I'm a notepad/notebook diary, journal junkie, so I would definitely rather have one (or all) of these!!

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  7. Your imagination, creativity is absolutely amazing and inspiring, You are the treat and you never trick us into making something too hard or difficult, just stinkin Cute as could be!!

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  8. So cute! How can I get a copy of the Holiday catalog

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    1. Mimi, e-mail me at yasou@cableone.net please.

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  9. So stinkin cute. That's a lotta trips thru the Big Shot.

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    1. LOLOL.....that's what I was thinking, too!!!

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  10. What did you use for the hair on the Frankenstein one?

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    1. Lani, I am posting about that tomorrow. :)

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  11. JUST the Cutest; your work is wonderful, always! TFS Becky!

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  12. WOW - these are absolutely the cutest note pads ever!!

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  13. Becky, Do you use lined index cards or just lined paper? They are adorable and I want to make a couple for my Granddaughters!! Thanks!!!

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  14. What size index cards? Did you cut them down?

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  15. What size index cards? Did you cut them down?

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    1. I used the smaller one, I believe 3 x 5? I cut them 4 at a time with the Jar Framelit and the Big Shot.

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  16. OMG, these are just the cutest!Hugs!

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  17. Oh my goodness!!! this are adorable!! This set is on it's way to my house, I can't wait.
    All of your projects are amazing.
    Heck!! if I was a kid, I would love this instead of candy.
    I hope you don't mind but I'm CASEing this cute index cards to give to my grandchildren and their little friends.
    Big thankful hugs.
    Maria Rodriguez.
    www.swimbikerunandstamp.blogspot.com

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  18. How any pages of index cards did you use for each one?

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    1. ok, great. Thank You. They are so adorable!!!

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  20. Becky, These are absolutely priceless! Thanks for the wonderful idea.
    Questions:
    What size ring did you use?
    Have you tried posting any of them separately? If so what method was used?

    Love this idea , made quite a few but have no clue how to economically post them.
    PS My first comment was deleted because I didn't hit the notify me button! Again thanks for this ingenious idea. Ann

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  21. These are 1/2" binder rings. I use either 1/2" or 3/4", they are both about the same. When you say 'post them' are you referring to mailing them? When I've mailed them, I have put them in a padded envelope.

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    1. Thanks for the ring size information, My one inch looked too large. Yes, I meant mailing them and had given thought to using a 4 x 6 inch padded envelope route, but was curious about the mailing rate cost?

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