Thursday, November 27, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving! with Beth

Happy Thanksgiving all!  What are you thankful for today?  I am so blessed to have a wonderful husband, three fun-loving boys and so many other things to be thankful for! 
I created this flourished pumpkin card from SVG Attic's Pilgrim's Prayer set.  LOVE it!  I added Orange Truffle and Chocolate Truffle Trendy Twine to it and think it was the perfect embellishment for this card.
 That green paper is actually from a printed cork stack by DCWV.  What a neat texture to add to the fall feel of the card!
Because we are so thankful for all of YOU, our fans and customers, SVG Attic is having a sale right now!  So don't wait, head on over to our STORE and get the items on your wishlist :)

I hope you have a wonderfully crafty day!
Beth's Beauties

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Santa's Little Helpers ~ with Angeline Choo

Hi. It's Angeline here. Happy Tuesday!

It's only about 5 more weeks to Christmas and the if you've not started on your Christmas cards - fret not!!

Today's kit that I used "Santa's Little Helper" is going to help you make some quick and beautiful cards. This kit can also be used as ornaments for your tree/gifts/tags ... there are just countless possibilities!!

Here are the cards I made using the Angel and the Gingerbread Man.

Both the sentiments are from Unity Stamp.

I CAN'T WAIT for Christmas to come faster... It's just the most wonderful time of the year! :)

OH --- Before you go, I have a BIG secret to share with you.


Did you know that SVG Attic is having a pre-Black Friday SALES going on right now??
Click HERE to start shopping now coz you do not want to miss this awesome deal!

Happy shopping :)


Friday, November 21, 2014

Steam Punk Top Hat ~ with Courtney

When SVG Attic came out with the aviator goggles I new exactly what I was going to make with them.  A Steam Punk Top Hat.

I used 2 different kits for this project.

The aviator goggles are from the Ready for Take Off kit and the Top Hat is from the SDS Charmingly Green kit.  I just left off the buckle.

I searched through my stash to embellish with all sorts of interesting pieces.

I love how it turned out and I hope you do to.

Thank you for stopping by.

Have a fabulously crafty day ! ♥

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Advent Christmas Tree

For this post I decided to tackle the JGW Tree Stack Box.  I have seen several in green and a beautiful white one in our Winter Blog Hop this past weekend.  I wondered how it would look if I used several different patterned papers for the drawers.

I am very pleased with the result.  I used 15 sheets of paper for this.  I know this sounds like a lot but it didn't feel like it.  I used 6 patterned papers (one set of four drawers will fit on one 12x12 sheet), 4 sheets of red and 5 sheets of brown.  I even made use of the half tree wedges (these are so you can use a 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper).  If you put a whole tree wedge in the center of a 12x12 page you can fit two half's upside down on either side.  This enabled me to cut the six wedges with only 3 sheets of paper!

I used little buttons instead of eyelets.  I also decided that I would put little red bows in the drawers.  When the tree is finished being decorated it is Christmas Eve!

I know this tree looks like a very daunting task to put together but it is a simple project.  The hardest thing about this project is that there are 24 little boxes and 24 little slots for the boxes to slide in.  So it takes time to put these 48 pieces together.  The result is well worth it.  It looks very complicated and you will get a lot of oohs and aahs over this one.  So far this is one of my favorite projects.

December 1st is right around the corner but there is still time to get an advent calendar finished!

I think this would look great in any color combination.  I would love to see your version of the tree or any other project you have made with our files on our facebook page!  Thank you for stopping by to see my project.

Do what inspires you,
Cyndy :)

Monday, November 17, 2014

Winter Wonderland Blog Hop WINNERS!

Thank you to all of you who hopped along with us on our Winter Wonderland Blog Hop!  It was a lot of fun and there were so many great projects from both the Snapdragon Snippets and SVG Attic design teams!  There were two prizes for those who followed the requirements, so here the winners of those prizes...

The first prize was a $15 gift certificate to SVG Attic.
It was chosen from the comments on the SVG Attic blog.
Erin Stine

 The second prize was a $15 gift certificate to SnapDragon Snippets.
It was chosen from the comments on the SDS Blog.
Janis LU

Congratulations ladies!  Please email Mike at to claim your prizes!

Have a wonderfully crafty day!

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Winter Wonderland Bog Hop

Welcome to the SVG Attic-SnapDragon Snippets Winter Wonderland blog hop!  We are so excited to have you join us today!

This is your first stop of the hop in which you will be inspired by the creativity of the design teams of SVG Attic and Snapdragon Snippets.  You are sure to find many wonderful projects that will be at the top of your crafting lists for this season!

Here is the first project for the hop:

I used SVG Attic's Puffy Boxes files to create a wide variety of fun gift boxes!
The first one is a cupcake that used the round puffy box from Puffy Boxes.  I added the holly on the top from Winter Fun Photo Props.  The dots on the top are Stickles and I added rick-rack around the middle.  For the cupcake wrapper, I cut strips of paper and scored them every 1/4" then folded back and forth on the score lines and glued it around the box.
 The Santa box used the medium Puffy Box.  I cut a thin strip of white and black paper, then added a gold buckle that I cut from the Build A Snowman set.
 The reindeer Puffy Box used the short box and the reindeer from Santa's Little Helpers.
 This box also is the round puffy box from Puffy Boxes. It is just a simple gift box with pretty patterned paper and the tag is from 12 Days of Christmas.  This would be a fun and easy way to give someone a gift for each of the 12 days of Christmas, just used the tag that coordinates with the right day!
 Last, but not least, I made a snowman by stacking three of the short Puffy Boxes.  I added a hat from the Charmingly Green set, but didn't actually glue it down so the top white box can still be used.  The face and arms are from the Ice Princess Party set.  The nose is a tiny carrot from the Hop To It set.

Now how about some blog hop prizes??

$15 Gift Certificate to SVG Attic

$15 Gift Certificate to SnapDragon Snippets

What do you need to do to be eligible for these amazing prizes?
1.  Become a follower of each blog in the hop, if you aren't already.  We have some different blogs since our last hop, so please check to make sure you are following them all!
2.  Leave some comment love at each stop.
3.  If you do both of the above, check back here at the SVG Attic blog for the winner on Monday, November 17th!  You have all day today and tomorrow to hop. 

We would also love it if you would stop by the SVG Attic and SnapDragon Snippets' Facebook pages and give us a "Like"!

Now for the blog hop lineup:
SVG Attic blog (you are here)
Cyndy(go here next)

I hope you have enjoyed the first stop on our hop!  Be sure to head on over to the other stops for more Winter Wonderland  inspiration, comment and become a follower to be eligible for the prizes!

Friday, November 14, 2014

Fall Table Center Piece

I hope everyone is enjoying the fall weather.  I know in some part of the country winter has already arrived, but here in El Paso, Texas, we are still having very nice days, a little bit of rain, and awesome sunsets.

For this post, I created a fall center piece using Canning Essentials Svg Kit.  I got the inspiration from a project by Tammy Tutterow, but instead of using real glass, I used overhead transparencies.  The paper I used was from the Paper Company.  It was a gold embossed cardstock.  To make the tall jar look vintage, I applied alcohol inks in Ginger, Caramel, and Butterscotch plus Clear Rock Candy Distress Crackle Paint to the transparency.  I added an electronic candle in the middle and dried vegetables to make it sturdy.  The addition of the light makes the "glass" glittery!

I cut out the leaves and acorns from the Harvest Blessings Card Kit.  To the ribbon I added the same colors but with the Distress Stains to match the colors on the glass.  I used fall colors of Distress Paints on the Leaves.  These are from the Fall Ensemble Kit.  The other leaves I die cut with three different Provo Craft dies.  I also added two push pins, a peacock feather and small white pearls.  The branches are also a Tim Holtz die cut.

The other two jars were made with transparencies and regular cardstock, one in brown and the other in a rust color.  I cut out the decorative toppers from fabric "cardstock" I had in my stash and natural twine.

So there you have it, a fall center piece to enjoy over and over again throughout the years.

Happy crafting!