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Thursday, April 19, 2012

Spring Goodies with GlueArts


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Spring Goodie Bag
GlueArts Designer: Kristen Swain

Since it's spring fever is breaking out all over, I thought I'd share a baggie that would be cute to gift to your kids. A simple lunch bag filled with some inexpensive outdoor goodies from the dollar store and you can be sure they will fill an afternoon playing with all the fun things.

Supplies:

Bobunny cardstock
Ribbon
gem brads- gcd studios
butterfly punch- martha stewart
flower punch- eksuccess
gems- Kaisercraft
lunch bag
paper- Pebbles
deco scissors- Fiskars cloud
button/twine

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Instructions: 
1. Cut out strips of green cardstock to go around bottom of bag, then cut grass cuts at top of grass. Use Raisen's to pop grass up off of baggie.

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2. Use flower punch to punch out two punches for each flower. Punch small hole with needle and add gem brad to center of flower punch.

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3. Adhere ribbon to baggie with ribbon adhesive, then adhere flowers to baggie with Raisen's.

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4.Punch butterflies, adhere to baggie with ribbon adhesive and add gems to center of butterflies. Top baggie with rectangle of paper, cut at corners with deco scissors, then adhere button/twine to center of rectangle.

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GlueArts is know to our fans for our Glue Glider PRO+! What many of you may not be aware of are the amazing Embellishment Adhesives we offer too!

GlueArts Raisen's are one of those and loved by our Designers! We'd like for you to have an opportunity to try out not only our Raisen's but our must own U Cut It Foam! No waste...cut to 
any size and shape and even run through your die cut machines such as your Sizzix or Cuttlebug.


Just just a comment today and we'll enter you to win two pack of our Raisen's along with a pack of our U Cut It Foam! Both products are perfect for adding just a bit of dimension for your crafts and more! We'll pick one random winner next Monday!
   

29 comments:

  1. I love my glue glider pro, I do not leave home with out it! I am very curious about the new Raise n's. Looks fun for card making and scrapbooking!!!

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  2. What a Super Cute Bag!Love glue slider pro!Great Tool!
    http://craftingwithcreativem.blogspot.com

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  3. You just gave me an idea - create these fun bags filled with outdoor play items -squirt guns, bubbles, balloons, etc. - for each child at an outdoor birthday party. Wouldn't they have fun with all the goodies inside, and their moms would be impressed by the cute bags. Can't wait to find Raisens at my local store so I can try them out. TFS

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  4. I love the flower decorated bag. Wouldn't that be nice to give to your kiddo for lunch? What a surprise.

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  5. I haven't tried the Raisen's yet but I love the U Cut it Foam. So I am sure that I would love the dimension that the Raisen's would give my layouts and cards.

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  6. Sounds like an awesome product and I would love to try it out!

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  7. This is possibly my favorite project yet. I'm going to buy some bags today.

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  8. Very cute. It is perfect for spring!

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  9. Cute bag! This would be great for a little picnic with the kids!

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  10. I would pack treats for a picnic or make loot bags for a birthday party - this bag is so pretty!

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  11. Cute! Perfect for teacher appreciation gifts!

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  12. What a cool idea ... Great bag :)

    pruttybird at comcast dot net

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  13. I need Raisens! What a great product for 3D. Thanks for the chance :)

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  14. What a cute little bag!!! That's something my daughter and I could make together :) I need some Raisins and U-Cut-It foam though in order to make it, so pick me!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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  15. A really cute little bag. Love the flowers. Would love to use those Raisens!
    xoxo, Christine

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  16. i would use raisens to pop up letters on either a layout or card.

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  17. I have not tried Raisen's. My radar will be focused when i am out shopping. thanks for sharing the tut' on how to use them.
    Ava

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  18. This is so cute. Love that it's so happy and bright.

    Lesley @ Trendy Twine

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  19. haven't had a chance to try the U Cut It foam, but love all my other GA adhesive!

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  20. I just love your projects and products!

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  21. Love your stuff.....and the U Cut It Foam is awesome!

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  22. i love the way u used the raise n's I need some of these

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