It’s November 1st and that means two things!

1) All our NEW! Products are available for you to purchase! Be sure you check out our NEW! Products <—HERE!

2) We have another amazing group post that shares many ideas using those NEW! Products

Today you will want to visit the team to check out our ideas for Crazy for Creativity:

We have released:

NEW! Pretty Packaging Templates

NEW! Pretty Impressions Stamp Sets

 NEW! Pretty Printable Digital Paper Collection

1 NEW! Pretty Pieces Cut File

1 NEW! Pretty Package Collection called Paws-itively Pampered Pet

and we have an amazing variety Pretty Package Collections, where you will save 25%!

Please view our Gallery for project samples, and alternative ways to use all our amazing coordinating products!

You may also want to check out our blog for weekly challenges, and even more amazing ideas.

As you may have come to know my company focuses on the “complete package”. We work hard to offer coordinating products that are easily interchangeable with previously released products. We really enjoy being able to share the ideas and versatility each product holds.

Today we are each sharing some creative ways to use the *NEW* Crazy for Candy template. There really is so many things you can do with it, and we are all going to show you some.

MY project today used the new template Crazy for Candy © in combination with the *NEW* Not So Dangerous Dino’s © set!

Lil’ One Tooth

I knew I wanted to use the Crazy for Candy ©  and the Not So Dangerous Dino’s © set, to create a 3 D dinosaur box almost immediately. I was ecstatic that my idea was able to be so amazingly executed, and it was REALLY easy. Now think of being able to use ANY of your favorite digital images/characters to create your own themed gift! There are NO limits to what you can do.

I chose my colors first…then simply enlarged, printed, and cut the head of the One Tooth dino, as well as the spots, tail, and bony nodules that line the head and tail, so that it would fit my Crazy for Candy © template!!

I made the Crazy for Candy © template from a terracotta color cardstock. I cut out the decorative layers, was able to run it through my Cuttlebug machine with the bubble like texture plate so the dino looked scaly! I rubbed all the layers with my ink to add to the dimension. Seriously amazing.

Here are some photos of the back….

I lined the tail with the same yellow color for a finished look, and so it looked like a typical under-side of a dino tail.

I had previously digitally colored the head the same color as my cardstock. The head is actually cut out twice…once with the nodules on it, and the second time cutting the nodules off.

I used the yellow colored cardstock for the decorative layer on the belly, and embossed it with a number plate instead of the round texture.

The bone that One Tooth is holding was made using the Paws-itively Sweet © set. I was able to type in my own sentiment and then print and cut it out. I love being able to do that, and having digital images lends itself to so many more possibilities 😀

The “arms” of my dino we cut using the Heart Stealer Raccoon © cut file. I love being able to mix and match products, and there are no limits to doing this 😀 You may also want to check out the Cute Lil Chick ©, Whooty Love © and Bouncing Bunny © cut files as well!
The legs come with the Crazy for Candy © template, and they worked great as Dino legs!

We have all had such a great time working with all the new products, and will continue to share samples through the next few days, so please keep stopping by!

♥ I really hope you liked my project today, and that it may have helped spark some more ideas for creative ways to use our products ♥

Also if you haven’t already, you can follow us on Pinterest, as we have 16 pinboards full of ideas, we are also on Facebook-so LIKE US there, and follow us on Twitter!

We will return tomorrow with many more great projects and ideas.

See you then!