Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Jaded Blossom July Die Blog Hop!

Hey Everyone! 

Now if you're here from Mel you're in the right place, if you're just passing through start at the beginning because you don't want to miss a thing.  I also have the complete line up at the bottom.
Not only is it Release Day for the new dies, but it's also starts our amazing July Sale Event! 

There is also a ticket raffle for the July sale! Earn tickets based on how much you spend... winner will with the August Stamp Release package!

Here is what I made:

I created some cute pockets with the new Scallop Circle Dies!

First is a Halloween pocket using the largest scallop circle. I decorated it with a Border Die and a die from Halloween Dies. Then I added a candies stamp from Spooky Labels. This pocket fit a single Reese's PB Cup perfect!

Next I created a Christmas pocket using the 2nd Largest Scallop Circle Die. I used a Border Die and a Stitched Square Die on the pocket topped with a Christmas Candies stamps. I also used a Candy Wrap Die and Stitched Circle Die on the candy with a stamp from Merry & Bright.
This pocket fits the Ghirardelli Square perfect. 

And for my last one I created a Fall pocket using the 3rd largest Scallop Circle Die. I again used a Border Die and a Stitched Circle Die to decorate the pocket with a Thanksgiving Candy on top. Then I used a Candy Wrap Die for the nuggets and a stamp from Let's Talk Turkey. 

You can find the tutorial at the bottom of this post for all three pocket sizes.


Regular Price for the Release Package is $97.99


1 Lucky Winner will get to pick a stamp set of their choice!

 Just leave a comment on all the blogs along the hop!

The more blogs you comment on the more chances you have to win!

Now on to the HOP....

Next up is Sara!
Just in case you get lost here is the Entire Line Up:


Materials needed-
Jaded Blossom Scallop Circle Dies
Score Board

Largest Circle Pocket fits- Reese's Single (A)
2nd Largest Circle Pocket fits- Ghirardelli Square (B)
3rd Largest Circle fits- 2 Nugget Bars (C)

First flip circle so right side is facing down then line up your circle on the center line of your score board. Then score at these lines to the left and right of the center depending which size you are making.

A- 1 1/4" and 1 1/2"
B- 1" and 1 3/8"
C- 1" and 1 1/2"

Next you need to turn the circle 90 degrees so the score line you just created are horizontal and line up on the center line. Score on these lines.

A- 1/4" and 3/4"
B- 1/4" and 3/8"
C- 0"(on center line) and 1/2"

Now you will turn the circle back to the beginning position and cut along the marked score lines above.

Fold along all remaining score lines and add glue along the edges of the bottom flap. I used my tape runner. 

Last is to fold it up and glue together.


maenad6 said...

Oh my gosh what a fabulous idea!! I have bookmarked your page for the tutorial and I got one of the last seven sets of the circle dies!!
Thank you for sharing!

Scrapper69 said...

WOW!! Sooo COOL! LOVE them all and thank you for the tutorial! I'm gonna have to try these!!! Looks like you've got a jump start on the Holidays! LOVE IT! Have a Crafty Day! :)

Scrappers Anonymous

joanna lynch said...

Wow! So cool. Thanks!

Angela Jones said...

That is sooo cool!

Nancy Boyd said...

What an awesome use of these dies! Thanks for the tutorial, going to give it a try!


awesome projects... thank you for the tutorial.... will have to try :)

Dawn Hoeksema said...

Adorable pockets!

Shanon Cimbura said...

What a great project! Thank you for posting all the detailed photos, measurements, and directions!

Antdoda said...

These are simply adorable!!!

Janices Jems said...

These are fantastic!! Nicely done with the versatility on these already awesome dies!

Creative Crafting Designs said...

That's awesome, thank you for the tutorial.

Terry Sullivan said...

I ADORE these, what a fantastic idea!!

Katy said...

Cute, cute, cute!!!

Irene Grau said...

What an awesome idea! Thanks for the tutorial!!

Miranda said...

These are AWESOME and would be great for my CCD class!!!! TFS

Sin City Chix said...

I LOVE these! What a way to think outside the box! I had to giggle when I saw the acorn paper and the acorn stamp.

Kristyn said...

OMG this is so cool! I'm glad you provided the tutorial for me to save!! Great Job!!

Crafting on Caffeine said...

Wowzers! Great boxes! Thanks for the tutorial!

Debbie Rodgerson said...

These are so clever!!! Thanks for the tutorial!!!!

Crafter said...

Love your treat boxes! What an awesome idea! Thanks for the instructions!

Beckie Williams said...

Oh how completely cool. First, what a wonderful idea. Second, Thank you for sharing the info .... I love this!!!!

cghundley said...

Oh too cute and fun!
Thanks for the instructions
also, I'll have to make some
Carla from Utah

Melissa said...

So creative! They look easy to make too :)

Mel McDonald said...

What a great idea using the die to make a candy wrapper. Thanks for the how to tutorial.

Kathy Salido said...

These are brilliant!! Thanks for the tutorial!!

Brenda G. said...

Wow! These are awesome! :)

snappy scrappy said...

These are so super cool!!! LOVE!

Sherrie K. said...

What a COOL idea! Your projects are fantastic! Thanks so much for the tutorial! I can't wait to get my dies!
Sherrie K

MizB said...

Great idea! I like using double sided paper for making the treat boxes, as well as using a circle for various things.

Kathy said...


Krista Olson said...

These are cute.

Donna Morley said...

Love these. Thanks for the tutorial on how to make the pockets.

clu60 said...

Love this idea! And I can not believe it is time to start thinking about the holidays!

Sue D said...

Thanks for the tutorial for these cute treat holders.

Georgiana said...

Thanks for sharing your pictorial! Your treat containers are perfect for upcoming holidays!

Michele Smith said...

Oh how awesome! I am so going to try this. Thanks for the tutorial! All of your colors and papers are so fabulous and make these really fun gifts!! Can't wait to try this! Thanks for sharing your creativity msmith38652 at gmail dot com

Smdryer123 said...

Love the boxes and thanks for sharing the tutorial!