Sarah Paris Style Swap!

The cool thing about being a designer is that you get to meet other awesomely talented designers! When I asked my fellow designers at MyGrafico if anyone would like to do a “Style Swap” Sally from Sarah Paris Style was the first to say “yes!” so I get to play with some of her products and she is using mine to make some fun projects. Here are the first projects I made using her “Celebrate the Season” papers available at MyGrafico:

Paper: Sarah Paris Style, Template: Lindsay's stamp Stuff, Rubber stamps: Studio G, Ribbon: American Crafts, JoAnns

How pretty are those papers? I love that they are festive but they don’t commit to any holiday in particular, they would work as well for Christmas as they would for Hanukkah or Kwanzaa {she is one smart cookie to make such versatile papers} These boxes are holding the homemade fudge I will be gifting this year. I used the clipping mask from my 3-D calendar kit to trim the paper (on the computer) before printing it as not to waste ink then all I did was cut, fold and glue. I found a Carnation Old fashioned Fudge kit at the supermarket for $6 and It made enough fudge to fill all 6 of the boxes. I comes with an 8″x8″ pan and if you cut it like this it is perfect:

If you make the fudge in a square pan and cut it like this it fits the boxes perfectly!

Better yet I didn’t even have to make the fudge, hubby did, talk about easy;)

Now be sure to hop over the Sarah Paris Style blog, she will be posting a project made with Lindsay’s Stamp Stuff goodies sometime today and if you want to grab this gorgeous paper you can visit her shop at MyGrafico {it’s where all the cool kids hang out!} I’ll have another project using her cool products tomorrow too, until then happy crafting!

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