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July Release: Birthday Bash

Jun 30, 2012 Author: mytime | Filed under: Cards, Home decor/3-D items, My Time Made Easy

 It’s July 1st and that means all our NEW! Products are available for you to purchase!

Our theme this month is BIRTHDAY, or any celebration really 😀

Be sure you check out our NEW! Products <—HERE!

We have released:

4 NEW! Pretty Packaging Templates

NEW! Pretty Impressions Stamp Set

3  NEW! Pretty Printable Digital Paper Collections

NEW! Pretty Pieces Cut Files

Check out our
NEW! Perfect Package Collections!

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.

Today we have an amazing group post using our NEW! Products

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

That being said here is WHO you should visit today for some amazing projects:

3 Tier

  • Farida Rone Linda Hammerton Lisa Kind  Lori Hairston
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    Cuppy Cake

  • Debbie Marcinkiewicz  Mara Campbell  Tangii Crain
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    Lil’ Cupcake

  • Lauren Meader  Kimberly Morrow  Lori Kalus Pattie Goldman
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    Since our theme is Birthday Bash,  I get to share my idea of a super sweet birthday party favor for any age! 

    For someone sweet!

    Sweet indeed. I created this cute cupcake party favor for an upcoming birthday I was asked to make favors for.

    These cupcake favors are for a 8 year olds party, and they are actually decorating 2 cupcakes as part of the party activity. After they are decorated they will eat one, then bring the other home (if it makes it!) in a coordinating Cuppy Cake box, that I will design to match 😀 I haven’t got that far yet!

    How seriously cute would these cupcake themed favor boxy-bags be, when used for a party rather than the standard goodie bag?

    I cut my template from a pink cardstock and then made my frosting layers.

    You can customize each one in a different color, and design it to suit the guest too!

    The white layer is stamped using our vines from Fanciful Flourishes © , flowers from Singing Silhouette © , and the sentiment from On Display 1 © . My cupckae liner was cut and then crimped using my paper crimper, for a realistic effect 😀

    Lil’ Cupcake $5

    Available in PDF, SVG, GSD, DXF, WPC

    Completed Project Size:

    5 Inches Tall

    3 1/2 Inches Wide

    2 1/2 Inches Deep

    The top closure comes together to create a “cherry” closure! The perfect topping for *any* cupcake! You can use the cardstock piece or use a button, large brad or maybe some BLING!

    In here I will be packaging some cupcake themed lipgloss, scented glittery lotion, and cupcake themed makeup all from the $1 bin at various stores.

    Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

    Pretty Packaging Templates:

    Lil’ Cupcake

    Pretty Impressions Stamp Set:

     Fanciful Flourishes, Tending the Garden, Singing Silhoutte, On Display 1

    So there you have it! A super sweet party treat for any age 😀

    Come back tomorrow for more ideas.

    June:Year in Review

    Jun 3, 2012 Author: mytime | Filed under: Cards, Home decor/3-D items, My Time Made Easy

    It is everyone’s favorite time of month!

    Year in Review

    This is when our team gets together to create NEW! samples for you using our old products.
    This allows you to see some of our older products you may have missed, and it gives you more ideas and inspiration for NEW ways to use our older products. 

    So visit the team for some surprising new projects that will get your creativity flowing. 

    Amongst the MANY things I do, I also design Wedding and Shower favors for VERY special people! LOL! I am generally so busy with running My Time Made Easy ™ LLC that I have very little to no time to do other “jobs”.

    One of my best friends got married in June 2nd, and had asked me to design her Wedding invites, RSVP cards and Reception Cards.

    Given her unique color scheme of Tiffany Blue and Eggplant, she was having a hard time finding something she LOVED. So working with her colors, and ideas of what she and her new husband wanted, I went to work and this is the fruits of my labor!

    In addition to these, I also designed her Card Box for the gift table, and her Wedding favors. Here is the Card Box with the Invites, Reception & RSVP cards

    I custom made the Wedding Invites etc. Here is where the “year in review” part comes in….

    The Card Box was designed using the A Box is a Box © template, enlarged (sides of lid shortened) to suit the amount of cards the new bride and groom would receive.

    I created a “slot” in the lid.

    To re-create the “Tiffany” style box I used the Abra-Bow-Dabra © It was a big hit 😀

    Now the favors!

    We just released a new cut file called Paper Bag.

    This is what she had asked for, for her Wedding Favors.

    She wanted a personalized trio of simple style gifts bags to send her guests off with some gourment chocolates. After her sketching a simple drawing of what she wanted we had this simply elegant design that looked amazing on the tables, as they were on each table as you see here, alternating colors! I love the one with the whimsical rose, as it tied everything together.

    I hope they have a LONG and HAPPY life together!

    Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

    Pretty Packaging Templates:

    A box is a box

    Pretty Pieces Cut File:

    Abra-bow-dabra, Paper Bag

    It is really heartwarming to create and gift your own packaging, gifts and favors!  Even the simpliest of gifts become a little something MORE!

    When people find out it is NOT store bought their jaw hits the floor, and their hearts swell with joy & love knowing you took the extra time to make something just for them or theie special event. It adds that little something special, and if so much more affordable and of course personal.

    I was so honored to be able to do this for my childhood friend. I am sure it will be remembered for years to come and I enjoyed it. It was especailly nice to see the reaction from family and friends of both the bride & groom 😀

    Thank you for letting me share what I love, and the continued support so I can continue to keep doing something I love as well!

    Happy Crafting

    Happy Trails…

    Jun 2, 2012 Author: mytime | Filed under: Cards, Home decor/3-D items, My Time Made Easy
      The weather is warm, Summer is almost here and my creativity is in high gear.

    I hope you are ready for some truly inspiring projects from the team!

    Please visit each of our designers today:
     

  • Lauren Meader
  • Farida Rone
  • Kimberly Morrow
  • Lisa Kind
  • Pattie Goldman
  • Tangii Crain
  • I am quite excited about my little project today! Another “vision” I had when altering the Happy Camper template, and using the Trendy Turtle template. Combining the best of both….

    Do you love it?!

    I used the turtle head/tail piece to turn the camper into a snail! Of course  I had to use the Spring Abound © collection for my little snail shell 😀 I think it looks uber cute.

     Seriously a little imagination and you can make many amazing things 😀 Just think outside the box!

     

     The sign is from the NEW! Let’s Go Camping set. I accented the sign by making my won flowers using the Bloom Builders © in white, and the Rolled Bloom Daisy © in daffodil. I always ensure I decorate all sides of the box. This looks really pretty in person.

     What a great way to say goodbye to your class teacher. I plan on packaging up some of my homemade trail mixes for the Teachers at the end of the year, with a gift card to Staples!

    This project was really easy peasy!

      Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

    Pretty Packaging Templates:

     Happy Camper, Trendy Turtle

    Pretty Impressions Stamp Set:

     Let’s Go Camping

    Pretty Printable Digital Paper:

    Spring Abound

    Pretty Pieces Cut File:

    Bloom Builders, Rolled Bloom Daisy

    Tune in again tomorrow because we have our monthly Year in Review projects, when the team get together, and makes new projects with our older products! The ideas just continue and you won’t want to miss it.

    See you then!

    For the boys and girls…

    Jun 1, 2012 Author: mytime | Filed under: Cards, Home decor/3-D items, My Time Made Easy

    Welcome back!!!

    I hope you are enjoying the newest products from our June Release 😀 The team and I are here to share even more ideas using our latest products! So take a peek here:

    I had posted a gender neutral turtle the other day during our June Preview

    Here you can see the first turtle I share, as well as two others, designed for that special someone.

    We have a girl turtle, boy turtle, and for “any” turtle.

    I think you will agree that it doesn’t take much to make each one unique and they each seem to have their own “personality”! We have SO MANY Pretty Printable Paper collections that you have so many fun options that lend you endless possibilities 😀

    So let’s do girls first, shall we?!

    Meet Trinity

    She is of course pink, and fuschia. I love the monochromatic choice of body colors.

     She has a sweet smile, and some eyelashes. A little pink in the cheeks and she couldn’t get sweeter!

    The colors in her shell are super fun, as they are from the Color Infusion paper collection.

    In here I put some “turtle eggs” filled with some Chocolate Turtles. They aren’t pictured because I ate them, and had not yet gone to the store to replenish them for the bit photo shoot! LOL! That being said they DID make it to my friend who is a new mom and LOVES gourmet chocolate turtles from a Chocolatier in Manchester.

    Next up we have Trent

    What a CUTE boy gift box! I love this one.

    This was designed for my brother, as she is expecting his thrid baby in November. He has two girls, and while we welcome the idea of another, we cross our fingers for a boy!

    There hasn’t been a boy born into either side of our family since my son Noah, and he is 9!

    I used the polka dot pattern from the Bee Mine paper collection. Easy peasy! Polka dots is always a perfect option 😀

    I plan on giving them this turtle for the baby with a gift card to their local photo shop with a gift certificate to get the new baby its first photo shoot!

    Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

    Pretty Packaging Templates:

    Trendy Turtle

    Pretty Printable Digital Paper:

    Cute Critters, Color Infusion, Bee Mine

    So there you have it!

    With the team, then my sample from the other day being gender neutral, and my two today you have a bunch of ideas for how the Trendy Turtle can be altered to suit any occasion! Check out my post tomorrow for some MORE ideas.

    See you then!

    May-A Year in Review

    May 3, 2012 Author: mytime | Filed under: Cards, Home decor/3-D items, My Time Made Easy

    Well we wrap up each release with our monthly Year in Review group post.

    This means NEW! ideas for you using our older products. This allows everyone to go back to older items and give them a fresh new spin. Now when you purchase something you can look forward to fresh ideas in the future. That is always a plus 😀 This will help you see older products you may have never noticed, or find new uses for the products you already have!

    So check out what everyone has made:

  • Debbie Marcinkiewicz
  • Farida Rone
  • Kimberly Morrow
  • Linda Hammerton
  • Lisa Kind
  • Lori Hairston
  • Lori Kalus
  • Mara Campbell
  • Pattie Goldman
  • Tangii Crain
  • Today I’m going to share a favorite project of mine, and that is a set of personalized cards (for myself)!

    This is a boxed set of 6 monogrammed cards. Always a perfect and thoughtful gift idea for everyone!

    Since it’s my birthday I thought this would be a nice little gift for myself. Now when I need to send a quick note I have something on hand, and it can be for any occasion.

    Last month we released a super fun box called Card Cover-Up ©. While it has MANY possible uses, its primary purpose was to gift and hold cards, so I used it today.

    Upon designing that box I fell in love with the angle of the top, and felt that having a coordinating card cut file would be the ultimate package, so I designed the NEW! Cover-Up a Card cut file!

    The card is on the right, the box of cards on the left.

    Available in PDF, SVG, GSD, DXF, WPC

    Completed Project Size:

    4 1/4 Inch Wide

    5 1/2 Inches Tall

    This cut file is a unique way to “cover up” a card! Instead of your traditional envelope you have a elegant slip in style “cover” to dress up the presentation for every occasion. This would make a gorgeous Wedding invitation, or a stunning monogram note card set!

    This card/envelope combination was designed to coordinate with the Card Cover-Up Template, but can be presented in any of our amazing Pretty Packaging Templates, or used all on it’s own!

    I used the label from the  Fine Finish © set, to create and customize some monogram cards for myself! A great birthday gift to me 😀 

    You can see I digitally colored, and printed the label which I had typed my initials on, then cut the card insert layer. It looks stunning in real life.

    Here you can see the detailed bottm, which the white part of the card slips into, much like a fancy edged envelope. I printed out my Dainty Damask © pattern for the bottom of my slip-in envelope. I just added a bow and flower for some more dainty details 😀

    So there you have it! A quick, fun and personalized set of cards, presented perfectly for an amazing gift!

    The best part about working with the digital images is you design ONCE and can get so many, you can then SAVE your work, and then with a click of a button you can change the color and have a whole new set! AMAZING!!!

    Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

    Pretty Packaging Templates:

    Card Cover-Up

    Pretty Impressions Stamp Set:

    Fine Finish

    Pretty Printable Digital Paper:

    Dainty Damask

    Pretty Pieces Cut File:

    Cover-Up a Card

    Thanks for stopping by all week for our May Release. We each have enjoyed sharing a plethora of new ideas with you. I hope you have received enough encouragement to try some of the ideas you’ve seen from the team, on your own. Whether you are new to papaercrafting or a seasoned pro I think you will fall in love with all the unique ideas you can put into action for giving your own gifts to everyone!

    Easy, fun, functional and affordable!

    For the Boys!

    May 2, 2012 Author: mytime | Filed under: Cards, Home decor/3-D items, My Time Made Easy

    Once again we are back with some more great gift ideas!

    You really never can have too many ideas of packaging choices. I am happy to say that My Time Made Easy ™ LLC has OVER 70 Pretty Packaging Templates in store, and MANY, MANY more templates designed and waiting for release.

    Stop by and visit some of the team for MORE ideas on what to package up for that someone special:

     

  • Debbie Marcinkiewicz
  • Linda Hammerton
  • Lori Hairston
  • Lori Kalus
  • Mara Campbell
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    Today my gift is perfect for the men boys in your life!

    I have a son and I have to admit boy stuff is hard for me. That and my 9 year old son can be quite critical as to what “passes” for gifts for his friends! LOL! He is quick to point out something he doesn’t “agree” with. So if and when it meets his approval I know I did good! LOL!

    So, now that this is “Noah Approved” let me share an additional version of our NEW! Blue Collar template: Get Air

    Once again this went together very quickly! I love stuff that looks hard to make but goes together simply. You end up looking so much more “crafty” than you need to be to actually put this together. My 7 year old daughter assembles many of the templates I make for her own craft projects! I have some serious competition when she grows up! LOL!

     The rounded collar from the Blue Collar template makes this go from a mens dress shirt, to a t-shirt.

     

    This was fashioned after one of Noah’s actual shirts, and used some of our products!

    The sentiment on the shirt center and the lower right are from the SK8R Boy © set. I just digitally colored it to match my project. My Silhouette Cameo allows me to print digital images onto my template, right where I want them before cutting! I love it. Makes creating stuff and printing digital images onto them easy as pie.

     Now the hardest part of giving a gift to a boy doesn’t have to be WHAT you make, it will be WHAT to give!!

    Noah suggested XBox Live points, Gift Card, BeyBlades, Trading Cards, Bakugan and of course when in doubt give candy 😀

    Here I have some Air Heads candy and underneath are some XBox Live points for Noah 😀 This was a surprise for Noah to let him know I love him on the day of my surgery 😀

     Thanks again for stopping by.

    Tomorrow we share our Year in Review, so stay tuned.

    Wallet of Wishes

    May 1, 2012 Author: mytime | Filed under: Cards, Home decor/3-D items, My Time Made Easy

    Welcome back again!

    I hope you are enjoying the projects from our May Release!

    We aren’t done sharing NEW! ideas yet, so please take the time to visit:

  • Farida Rone
  • Kimberly Morrow
  • Lisa Kind
  • Pattie Goldman
  • Tangii Crain
  • Today I’m sharing a super fun, and quick gift for dad (or anyone really :D).

    If you like love giving gift cards, certificates, or money, or you know someone who loves receiving such gifts (who doesn’t right?!) then this is the Cut File for you!

    Wallet of Wishes

    Available in PDF, SVG, GSD, DXF, WPC

    Completed Project Size:

    4 1/4 Inch Wide

    3 1/2 Inch Tall

    Designed for dad…I created this out of a textured chocolate cardstock and used this amazing image from the NEW! A Vintage Day for Dadto simply complete the look. This took like 6 minutes to make 😀 Love it!

    This is a super fun wallet file that will perfectly wrap up some well wishes for someone special! You can wrap up cash, ccertificates, and/or gift cards as well as add a special photo and message to the receiver! Wonderful wishes of good fortune and happy times couldn’t be presented in a more fun manner!

     

    The tab fits into a slot to hold all your “loot” inside.

    As you open it you will see it is a tri-fold wallet.

    It has a optional slot that fits any gift card perfectly (or a card made gift card size)….

    and it has a pocket to hold money, OR you can place your message in their as well!

    It’s just that easy!

    It only costs you one piece of cardstock, which generally ranges at about 0.09 cents! Now what kind of gift wrap can you buy for that?!

    Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

    Pretty Impressions Stamp Set:

    Vintage Day for Dad

    Pretty Pieces Cut File:

    Wallet of Wishes

    Thank you for taking the time to check out all our amazing new products and see what we have to share! I hope you feel crafty after all we’ve had to share, and that you plan on returning tomorrow for more 😀 There is always MORE!

    See you then.

    We have some more peek projects for you today!

    Everything you see today will be made available for purchase tomorrow, May 1st on our website My Time Made Easy ™ LLC!

    Make sure you visit the following team members for some amazing projects using another NEW! Template called Treasured:

  • Kimberly Morrow
  • Lisa Kind
  • Lori Kalus
  • Pattie Goldman
  • Tangii Crain
  • Now it’s time to share my sample with you!

    I made this for my son Noah 😀 He is 9 and loves putting his “treasures” in boxes, and hiding them in his room where no one will find them.

    Note: My sample is altered to be wider than the initial template. This template was designed to allow you to quickly and easily extend the length. Simply cut the top and bottom panels to be longer and you are good to go!

    Treasured

    Available in PDF, SVG, GSD, DXF, WPC

    Completed Project Size:

    6 1/4 Inches Tall

    4 X 4 Inches Wide

    This Pretty Package is a real treasure with all the versatility it can offer! With this template you can create a plethora of gifts for all ages.

    I made my box into a treasure chest by creating it in a Kraft cardstock, then cutting strips in a darker Kraft cardstock, that I had printed the woodgrain pattern from the Custom Construction Materials © paper!

    It looks amazing and realistic all the way around 😀 I really love how this turned out.

    My ONLY regret was not having enough brads to make this llok more authentic. I didn’t have enough to complete the box and time was ticking. Remeber I will have just had surgery and needed to get stuff done ahead of time. Oh well! I don’t think Noah will care!

    The top I chose to use the “build your own” sailboat image from the NEW! set called Seas the Day. I added the customized sentiment “For my amazing Son” to the flag from the Seas the Day Sentiments set.

    Now what to put inside…..

    Here I found some super cute Pirate designed Easter Eggs, so I filled them with various “treasures” and put them in here. How cute huh? This would make a great gift box or an excellent party favor, or table centerpiece!!

     The top and bottom panels of this are easily alterable so you can create a longer version of this box with ease, as I did in my sample today.

    The package also comes complete with the lock, hinge and handle pieces to really make this simple box one to treasure for much time to come.

    Use this package to create a treasure chest (long or stout), a stunning gift box, a mail box, tackle box, lunch box, robot box, jukebox, owl/other animal….wherever your creativity takes you!

    Now how about a feminine version?

    Now this is the original sample for the Treasured Template, complete with all the bells ans whistles this template comes with, such as the pretty base, handles, hinges and lock details!

    I used the stunning paper from Regal Round Up © for my box design.

    The top features flowers from the Bloom Builders © cut file. I just resized each smaller version to 75%.

    The flowers really added that something special to the top and my tag, which was made using the Fine Finish ©set and cut using the Fine Finish © cut file.

    Here I have packaged a large candle and stand!

    I love how the paper matches my candle holder 😀

    This template just hinges open…..

    and my candle/stand fits perfectly-with room to spare!

    The dome top allows you to package up a variety of sizable items too. You can put much taller gifts in here as well 😀 I love that!

    See-this can be both masculine AND feminine 😀

    Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

    Pretty Packaging Templates:

    Treasured

    Pretty Impressions Stamp Set:

    Seas the Day & Seas the Day Sentiments, Fine Finish

    Pretty Printable Digital Paper:

    Custom Construction Materials, Regal Round Up

    Pretty Pieces Cut File:

    Fine Finish, Bloom Builders

    Tomorrow is THE day, so I hope you will come back to see our amazing NEW products, which we will feature in a blog hop/group post!

    See you then!

    “Com-pleat” Packaging!

    Apr 2, 2012 Author: mytime | Filed under: Cards, Home decor/3-D items, My Time Made Easy

    Welcome back!

    I hope you are having a great Spring so far!! Feels so good to get creative again. I really enjoy this time of month when I make the time to share my creations and ideas for making your own gifts easy and affordable. More importantly personal and FUN!

    I have really enjoyed creating project for this release, and we aren’t finished yet! We are still sharing the latest product samples using our April Release Products!

    So make sure you visit the following design team members:

  • Debbie Marcinkiewicz
  • Lori Hairston
  • Lori Kalus
  • Mara Campbell
  • Pattie Goldman
  • Tangii Crain
  • So I thought I would share another variation of how you can utilize the templates that come in the Com-pleatly © template! I love that you get 2 very fun and functional boxes with the template. The way they come together gives you a professional looking box in minutes.

    So here is some use with *just* the boxes!

    Tea Time

    Tea-this is a favorite beverage amongst many. What better way to let other share the love and let someone else try some of your favorites or invite someone over to share some tea, and friendly chatter?! I packaged up some tea bags (these fit in either the top or bottom box :D) in the smaller box and plan on sending a few cards in the larger box (I ran out of time due to family circumstances :C). 

    I love the NEW! Tapestry Trends © paper collection! Not only is it bright and cheery, but it coordinated with my tea sampler perfectly! I used the stripe pattern on the box bottom, then the floral pattern for the box top. It made the gift process quick and easy! Look how simply pretty these boxes look all done up!! I did very little work!

    Once I tied the two boxes together I finished it off with my pretty flower blossom that I made using the Rolled Bloom – Scalloped ©.

    The Teapot images comes from the On Display 1 © 27 Images. I stamped the pot in not quite navy ink, and used markers to color my flowers to match my paper, cut it out, then tied it onto my bow. Easy peasy-DONE!

    Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

    Pretty Packaging Templates:

    Com-pleatly (used large & small box template)

    Pretty Impressions Stamp Set:

    On Display 1

    Pretty Printable Digital Paper:

    Tapestry Trends

    Pretty Pieces Cut File:

    Rolled Bloom Scalloped

    Well that is all for me today! Thanks so much for stopping by and letting us know what you think of our products 😀

     Be sure to come back tomorrow because we will have our monthly Year in Review Post that you will NOT want to miss 😀

    Planting Seed of Love

    Apr 1, 2012 Author: mytime | Filed under: Cards, My Time Made Easy

    I hope you are all enjoying the April Release and all the amazing samples from the talented design team we have!

    We’ve releases a plethora of products this month that is sure to make your creativity bloom!

    For more ideas please be sure you visit the following team members for more inspiring ideas:

  • Farida Rone
  • Kimberly Morrow
  • Linda Hammerton
  • Lisa Kind
  • Mara Campbell
  • I have many gardening lovers in my family: my 7 year old daughter, my mom, my mother in law, Jason’s grandmother, and some of the kids teachers, to name a few, so I love contributing to their joy by giving them a few floral additions to add to their garden’s and hopefully think of us when they see them in bloom.

    I am always packaging up these simple seed packets so they look so much more special, and know they are given from the heart.

    This year I decided to use the NEW! Card Cover-Up © for my packaging 😀

    I packaged up 6 different seed packets in here.

    As I said previously, this amazing package isn’t just for cards! You can use it with the fancy topper at the top, OR as I used it here, at the bottom!

    The tie up my flowers I HAD to add the watering can image, all done up to coordinate, from the Tending The Garden © 50 Images. I curved my sentiment “Planted With Love” to curve along the label I stamped and colored. It worked out great with the notch being at the top so my plastic bag could easily fit through the top!

    I really wanted to use the NEW! Bloom Builders © (Large Petal Daisy) to match the flowers that I am gifting, and I used the Rolled Bloom Modern © for the center because it looked a lot like my seed packets. It was so quick and easy to create this flower! I really am loving these new cut files, and have used them in many future projects to come!

    I went with a older favorite paper collection….Gardening Greats © Candied Apple Jack! I love it!!

    An important detail is layering the inside of the box to coordinate. When the gift is removed the box looks pretty! It can now be reused for seedling info or for someone to re-gift, and THAT is always a great thing!

    I think these would make cute appreciation gifts for a greenhouse to giveaway on Mother’s Day. It’s an  inexpensive way to market themselves by adding their plastic business cards inside each package. What mother doesn’t enjoy flowers? When planted the flowers can be enjoyed year-after-year, and the greenhouse’s business card will be a nice reminder to the customer where they can go to get all their seedlings for summer planting.

    Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

    Pretty Packaging Templates:

    Card Cover-Up

    Pretty Impressions Stamp Set:

    Tending the Garden

    Pretty Printable Digital Paper:

    Gardening Greats

    Pretty Pieces Cut File:

    Bloom Builders. Rolled Blooms Modern

    Now, we aren’t done yet, so please return tomorrow for more ideas and inspiration!

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