Stampin' Up! Bingo
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Stampin' Up! Bingo Make & Takes and #GDP041

On Monday, I shared with you some pictures of my Stampin' Up! Bingo event this past Saturday.  It was so much fun!  If you want to see this post go here.

I was already planning to post these projects and then I saw the challenge from Global Design Project for the week.  It is a color challenge using Night of Navy, Whisper White, and Sweet Sugarplum.  I had to enter.


The first Make & Take is a treat holder.  

Bingo pretzel m&t

In the new catalog, Stampin' Up! has a 2 x 8 Cellophane Bag.  I filled it with 4 yogurt covered pretzels and stapled it shut with my Handheld Stapler.  Cut a piece of Night of Navy card stock 2 1/4 x 3 and scored at 1 1/2 on the 3 inch side.  Crease with a Bone Folder.  For the tag, I stamped Just For You from the You're So Sweet stamp set onto Thick Whisper White card stock.  I used Night of Navy ink.  Cut this out using your Paper Snips.  Using Swirly Birds, I stamped a small flower on scrap Whisper White and cut it out with the Swirly Scribbles thinlit set.  I also cut out a leaf from Cucumber Crush card stock.  Adhere the two to the tag with a dimensional.

Bingo pretzel tag

Have you seen the new Gold Binder Clips on page 177 of the catalog?  So cute!  I used the clip to attach everything together.   To finish the project, I tied a bow using the Sweet Sugarplum ruched ribbon. It's an easy treat to make.

My second Make & Take comes from Debbie Henderson.  She had this bag on her blog about 2 weeks ago.  If you want to see her post go here.  She'll have all of the measurements for you.  One bag takes two 6 x 6 sheets of paper.  It's perfect for the 6 x 6 paper stacks, but I wanted to stay with my Night of Navy, white, and Sweet Sugarplum decor.  To tell the truth, it was always about the Floral Boutique Designer Series Paper!  I just love it!

Bingo M&T bag

My heart goes pit a pat when I see this Night of Navy and Whisper White with Cucumber Crush!  It makes me happy!  To make the bag, I suggest looking at Debbie Henderson's video.  The only thing I changed on the basic bag construction was the tie.  I cut the string (I used the Whisper White Thick Baker's Twine) a few inches longer.  Instead of tying knots in each end of the string once threaded through the holes, I tied the ends together to make a big circle.  This was to make sure the string did not pull through the holes.

Bingo bag string

For the decoration on the front,  I started with by stamping the sentiment from the Bunch of Blossoms stamp set in Night of Navy on Whisper White.  I cut it out using the new Layering Circles framelits.  I cut out a frame for this using a scalloped circle from the same framelit set.  Attach them together with snail and then attach to the bag with dimensionals.  I added a bow using the Cucumber Crush Thick Baker's Twine.  Attach with a glue dot.  The leaves are also cut from Cucumber Crush using the Flourish Thinlits.  Use the Fine-Tip Glue Pen to adhere.  The little flower is stamped from the Jar of Love stamp set.  I stamped first with Sweet Sugarplum, stamping off first.  Then I stamped with Sweet Sugarplum full force for the second layer.  Cut the flower out with the Everyday Jars Framelits. This actually stamps two flowers and cuts out 2 flowers.  Attach the flower with dimensionals.

Bingo bag side

I thought these items turned out great!

Bingo group

Here are all of the items again.  I'm planning on having another Bingo event when we get the holiday catalog!  Look below for the products I used.  They go right to my online store.  Follow me on Pinterest here.

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JoAnne, you always do beautiful work - I am in love with the Navy/White paper, too. Thanks for the little bag - I need one! Great idea to tie the twine into a circle so they don't pull through.
Wish you were closer to me - I would have loved to come to your Bingo night! What fun!


Jo Anne, a GRAND time was had at Bingo!! What a great way to see items from the new catalog, it made me want it all!!!

Connie Collins

JoAnne, this is such a beautiful project. Thanks for joining us this week at Global Design Project.

Paula Dobson

Honestly Jo Anne, I love them all! You are a very clever lady. Thanks for playing at Global Design Project with us.

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