This is my version of the splitcoast Hanging Treat Box This project is fun and easy. There are so many possibilities for this treat box.
I can see it being used with those cute little slim quick snacks and some bottled water for that friend who is trying to get into shape.
Speaking of shape, I was diagnosed with Diabetes today. I got to talk to a great nutritionist. I confess to be a carb tripping (bread is my vice) kinda girl. Now that I’ve hit my early 40’s things are just well…. I need to make one of the hanging treat boxes with the slim fast bars for me! Life will change dramatically for me, but I am actually looking forward to becoming healthier.
With this in mind, I’m adding to my BLOG CANDY, I will include a hanging treat box. It will not be the same as the one shown. And unless I can peel my husband away from the ‘main’ computer, my scanner is now in the garbage. It is so sad… I’ve had that thing for like 7 years.
We’ll make this even more interesting. After a nearly 10 year absence, I have picked up an instrument. The first one to guess it correct will receive a card. Here is a hint, I’m not an ‘oboe’ kinda girl. If you have a guess, email it to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I welcome emails and comments, Since I am fairly new to this blog I want to grow my readership. My ultimate goal is to be picked up by a few more stamp companies as a designer. Stamping is my true passion.
Beginning today, every week I will feature either a blog or websight that I enjoy to visit. This week we will start with one of my favorites. Even though I am a seasoned stamper, I love this websight. Linda Heller’s Stamping school is worth the small (I think) $29.00. Its great for those days when you just need to relax and watch someone else involved in the creative process. She even has a blog with free videos so check out the websight and snoop around.
Disclaimer: I am not paid to *encoruage* you to visit any blogs or websights, it is my free choice to either encourage or discourage visits.
I will take a moment to encourage each of you to submitt those great projects for publication. You never know what will happen. It is so worth seeing a project you worked for in print for the masses!
Happy Stamping to all!