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Welcome to our NEW AT SU! Blog hop! We are a group of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators from around the world who are Hoppin’ with creative paper crafting ideas to share with you. Today we are showcasing products from the mini catalog. I have been wanting to play with the Hydrangea Hill suite, but haven't had a chance.  So, today I did!

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I was trying to decide what I wanted to make for my project this month.  I could make a card, a scrapbook page, a 3D project or maybe something else.  Then I remembered that Stampin' Up! has wonderful boxes in different sizes.  Which is perfect as I need a couple of boxes for some gifts.  

StampinUpHydrangeaHavenMiniPaperPumpkinBoxNewatSUBlogHopStampinScrapperJoyceWhitmanThe first box I decorated was the Mini Paper Pumpkin box.  I love the size of this box.   You can make note cards and add it to the box and you have a perfect gift.  You can put candy, jewelry or gift tags just to name a few.  The possibilities are endless.  

To decorate this Mini Paper Pumpkin box I used the following products:

  • Hydrangea Hill stamp set
  • Gorgeous Grape cardstock
  • Basic White cardstock
  • Hydrangea Hill designer series paper
  • Mossy Meadow ink
  • Gorgeous Grape sheer ribbon
  • Pastel Pearls
  • Story Label punch

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This box, Love You Always Treat box, is fun to decorate.  You can find this box in the Stampin' Up! January - June mini catalog. This box is smaller but deeper than the above box.  What is fun about this box is that the inside slides out.  I like to use this box for when I am giving someone a gift card.  The gift card fits perfect and it makes it look special.  Who doesn't love to receive a pretty gift box!

To decorate this Love You Always Treat box I used the following products:

  • Hydrangea Hill stamp set
  • Gorgeous Grape cardstock
  • Hydrangea Hill designer series paper
  • Gorgeous Grape sheer ribbon
  • Label Me Lovely punch
  • Stitched Shapes dies

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Want to give someone a little treat and make it look special?  I have the perfect box for you!  The Clear Tiny Treat Box from Stampin' Up!  This is one of the easiest boxes to decorate.  You can wrap a piece of ribbon around it and tie a bow and your done!  You can also wrap designer series paper around it.  To make nicer, you can add a bow too.  To go one step further, you can do the designer series paper, ribbon and put a sentiment on it, like I did in the above picture.   So many possibilities!

To decorate this Clear Tiny Treat box I used the following products:

  • Oval Occasions stamp set
  • Gorgeous Grape cardstock
  • Highland Heather cardstock
  • Hydrangea Hill designer series paper
  • Gorgeous Grape ink
  • Gorgeous Grape sheer ribbon
  • Pastel Pearls
  • Double Oval punch
  • Small Bloom punch

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Three different boxes, but all easy to decorate for any occasion you may have.  Which one is your favorite?

Please click the Next button to go to  Rochelle Laird-Smith blog for another beautiful project.

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The following talented people are participating in our blog hop.  Check out all their beautiful projects they created to share with all of you.

De Kijkkast: Brushed Blooms

Chase & Main: Handsomely Suited

Sugar & Scraps: Ice Cream Corner

Tricia’s Stamping Creations: Springtime Joy

Lilypad Stamper: Art Gallery

Carterie Plus: In Bloom Bundle

Creative Juice by Loni: Shark Frenzy

Mamie & Papyrus: Kangaroo & Co.

24/7 Inkspiration: Dandy Garden Suite

Stampin’ Xime: Hydrangea Haven

Stampin’ Scrapper: Hydrangea Hill Suite - YOU ARE HERE

Stamping Flair: Ride the Range

Scraphexe:

Playing with Papercrafting: Simply Succulents

Stamping with the Copper Cropper: Hydrangea Hill

StampinMak: Snailed It

Please take a moment to comment at the bottom of this post and let me know how you liked my projects or ask me a question about any of the products that I used. Don’t forget to scroll back up and keep hoppin’ with us! – Thank you!

Thank you for stopping by today!  Let me know what you think of my project in the comments below.

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Anke Heim - scraphexe

beautiful - I like it

Heather Cooper

What a beautiful set of boxes with the Hydrangea set! I love the colours AND the flowers themselves so you have me hooked right away! Lovely!

Suzanne Hiron

Lovely gift boxes. They feel like spring - perfect for a little gift. Thanks for sharing.

Loni Spendlove

Any of those boxes would be lovely additions to the place settings on an Easter Dinner table!

Joyce Whitman

Hi Anke! Thank you so much for your kind comment. Have a great day!

Joyce Whitman

Hi Heather! Thank you so much for your kind comments. Have a great day!

Joyce Whitman

Hi Suzanne! I am so happy you like my projects. I hope you have a wonderful day!

Joyce Whitman

Hi Loni! What a great idea! I am going to have to go and make some more! Have a great day!

Jeannette Gauthier

Oh so chic! Love it!

Joyce Whitman

Hi Jeannette! Thank you!

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