Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Pop of Paradise Hand Sanitizer Holder- Video Tutorial

Hi everybody! I've got a fun video for you today! This past Saturday, I held my live Stampin' BINGO event (more on that tomorrow!) One of the projects we made is this cute little hand sanitized holder. 


I posted it on Instagram and have been flooded with questions. So, because that one was unique to the event, I created another one so that I could share a tutorial. 




When I went to Bath and Body Works last week, I found so many fun "flavors" for summer, including some with a pineapple and a flamingo. Well, guess what!? We have a brand new stamp set in the new catalog with both a flamingo and a pineapple! They were made for each other! LOL!





Now remember, these stamps aren't available until June 1st. unless you purchase the Starter Kit, and you can get this set as part of your kit! But, run to Bath and Body and stock up before these cuties are sold out!

Direct Link: https://youtu.be/7zr1tE2a0ZI

Measurements:
3 3/4" X 4 3/4" Flirty Flamingo Cardstock
score the long side at 1" and 2" and the short side at 1" and 2 3/4"
Tempting Turquoise DSP (Brights Stack) 2 1/2" X 1 3/4"
Tempting Turquoise DSP 1" X 6" 
Kraft Cardstock 1" X 4 1/2"

Here are the products used in today's project. Remember, some of them aren't available until June 1, 2016.






Pop of Paradise Class To Go
$43 plus $7 shipping
Create five gorgeous projects using your new Pop Of Paradise clear mount stamp 
set and washi tape (both included in class fee). Also, you will get all the supplies to make
 five projects as well as an instruction PDF. 

Deadline to purchase this kit is June 23
All kits will ship the following week.


Check out my complete class calendar here! 

3 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for sharing! I'm a big fan!! I use your
    template for my Bath and Body sanitizers. Love it!! Guests at
    my workshops and classes love them!!

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  2. Wowza these are fabulous! I am so in love with your use of the embossing powder for the pineapple, it's mouth wateringly awesome! Smiles, Elizabeth

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  3. Thanks for sharing this Erica! Love your work! always inspired by you!

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