Fabric Paper Snip Holder Video!

I shared the paper snip fabric holder at convention this summer and have had lots of emails and requests to do a tutorial – so here it is!

Have fun making these – they are so cute and make great gifts (or just make one for YOU!)

To view some samples check out this earlier post HERE.

And Stampin’ Up! just added some fabric packages to the Clearance Rack – just 99 cents for 3 fat quarters!  What a deal! These are only available while supplies last, so order soon.

Supplies Used:  Big Shot (#113439)
Petal Cone Die (#121810)
Fabric Adhesive Roll (#122194)
Designer Fabric – Comfort Cafe (#126894)
Beau Chateau (#122336)
Essentials Designer Fabric (#126892)
Flower Embellishment on front – Fun Flowers Die (#121812),  or Floral Frames Framelits (#127012)
Vintage Faceted Buttons (#127555)
Naturals Designer Buttons (#127554)
Bakers Twine (#124262)
Marina Mist Scallop Dots Ribbon (#122986) 

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Fabric Drawstring Bag

Fabric Drawstring Bag

Another project I shared in my Stampin’ Up! Convention presentation were drawstring fabric bags – they are fun to make, and can be made in any shape and size! This one used Timeless Portrait fabric and for the flower embellishment I used a combination of designer fabric, cardstock and designer paper.  With Stampin’ Up’s coordinating projects, it made this really easy to do!

This is one of the trifold notecards that I made to put in the bag – love how it all coordinates! Wouldn’t this make a great gift?
Here’s a peak at the inside of the notecard – just enough space to write a short note. 
Thanks for visiting today! 
Products used:
Timeless Portrait Fabric (#122337), Crochet Lace Trim (#118481), First Edition DSP (#121878), Cherry Cobbler Cardstock (#119685), Designer Buttons (#119744), Fun Flowers Die (#121812), Big Shot (#113439)
Notecards – above supplies, plus – Morning Post Alphabet Stamp Set (#126592 clear mount), Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack (#118309)
More Fabric Samples

More Fabric Samples

Here are more fabric samples that I shared in my class at Stampin’ Up!’s  Convention – These are “mug wraps” or “coffee cozies” and are made with the Dresden Die (#125597) an exclusive Stampin’ Up! die used with our Big Shot (#113439).

These are sooooo much fun to make and I think they would make great gifts for teachers – neighbors, friends, anyone!  My college aged daughters and their friends like them too!!  Add a gift card to a coffee shop and you have a darling gift!

And……..thanks for all the comments and inquiries about the Paper Snip Holder – I am working on a video to share how I made them – and will also do a video on the Coffee Cozy.  So check back, hopefully by the end of the week I will have the first one done.

One of me on the big screen!! So fun and what an amazing experience! 
Thanks so much for visiting today!
Coffee Cozy:  Dresden Die (#125596) Big Shot Die Cutting Machine (#113439), Fun Flowers Bigz Die (#121812), Floral Frames Framelits ( #127012),   Beau Chateau Fabric (#122336), Vintage Faceted Buttons (#127555), Perfectly Penned Stamp Set (#122892), Pretty In Pink 1/4 ” Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon
Christmas Cozy uses the Candlelight Christmas Designer Fabric from the Holiday Catalog – #126905),  Be of Good Cheer DSP (#126896), Real Red 1/4″ Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon, Petite Pennants Builder Punch
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Fabric Swatch and Paper Snip Holders

Fabric Swatch and Paper Snip Holders

Still so happy when I think about the amazing convention experience I had as a presenter this year.  Truly an honor and my sincere thanks to everyone for their kind words about my presentation! There were 3500 demonstrators in attendance and Stampin’ Up! gave little old me the opportunity to share with them! Thank you, Stampin’ Up! 

Wanted to share the fabric swatch that I made for my presentation – Stampin’ Up! products are amazing to look at in the catalog, but it is always better to see them “in person” – so I made a fabric swatch to share.

 I used our wonderful fabric adhesive roll, Stampin’ Up’s fabric and coordinating Designer Series paper – ironed them together and then cut them using the newApothecary Accents Framelits and my Big Shot (yes, you can cut fabric with our framelits!) 

Designer Fabric on the front, Designer Paper on the back – and it all coordinates – one of the things that makes Stampin’ Up! so awesome – easy coordination!  Put them on a large ring and it’s done!

One of the projects I shared in my presentation were the paper snip holders.  Lots of questions and comments about these – so here they are! 
To make these, I used the Petal Cone Die ( Stampin’ Up! exclusive Big Shot Die), Fabric Adhesive Roll,
 and Fabric.  I used an assortment of our fabrics for these and they are all soooo cute!  For the flowers,
I used Big Shot dies and/or framelits – for the ones above, I used the Fun Flowers Bigz Die and the Floral Frames Framelits.   This is a perfect fit for our Paper Snips – love these scissors!  Great for cutting anything! Wouldn’t this make a cute gift? 
Would you like to get a Fabric Paper Snip holder for your paper snips? 
 I am offering a special starting today through Monday, July 30th.  Place a minimum $25 order through my online store HERE and your name will be entered into a drawing to win one of your very own! 
I will draw 3 names to win a paper snip holder made by me!  (US residents only please per Stampin’ Up! policy).  Winners will be contacted on Tuesday via email.  Good Luck Everyone!
Products Used:
Fabric Swatch:  Stampin’ Up! Designer Fabric, Fabric Adhesive Roll #122194, Apothecary  Accents Framelits #127003, Coordinating Designer Series Paper, Big Shot #113439
Paper Snip Holder – Petal Cone Die #121810, Fun Flowers Bigz Die #121812, Floral Frames Framelits #127012, Assorted Buttons – my favorite – Vintage Faceted Designer Buttons #127555, Bakers Twine – White #124262, Paper Snips #103579
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Thanks for stopping by – and Happy Friday!