Tuesday, April 2, 2019

The Cutting Cafe Visits Joy Clair Stamps

Hello, all my creative friends!  Welcome by today as I post a really fun project I created for Joy Clair Stamps along with our friends, and partners this month, at the Cutting Cafe.  We have combined some of the amazing files from The Cutting Cafe with Joy Clair Stamps this month to cross-promote and showcase both company's fabulous products.  I had a lot of fun making my projects.
Today I'm sharing my version of a Cutting Cafe cutting file called Pie Slice Template and it is almost as delicious as an actual piece of pie.  Now, I'll be honest here...there's no pie inside this box.  Instead, I filled it with some little candies.  Once I had the file printed, cut, folded and taped together, I used some Crate Paper patterned papers and chipboard to adorn the pie box.  I used several of the arrows from the Inspirational Arrows Stamp Set from Joy Clair Stamps.
I added some chipboard arrows as well as the stamped arrows, and I wrapped some natural burlap string around the chipboard arrow on top.  I stamped the feather (twice on the side of the pie box) using the feather found in the Unashamed Stamp Set.
I also stamped the top of the box (the smaller triangle on the Pie Slice Template) using a sentiment (You're On Your Way) from the Going Places Stamp Set, and the cactus found in the Blossom Stamp Set.  You can see how everything works together so well, and how all the different sets compliment one another.
Be sure to stop by both Joy Clair Stamps as well as The Cutting Cafe to see all the fabulous projects being shared this month by all the Design Team Members from both teams.  That's LOTS of great inspiration.  And, you'll be sure to find something that excites you and gives you some great new ideas.

I hope you'll visit again soon.


  1. Just a test, Karen. I switched to Chrome as my browser so let's see if it goes through. You can delete it after............provided it goes through.

  2. Wow! What a fantastic design! Looks awesome!


  3. Adorable et si sympa Karen, biz

  4. What a wonderful box Karen - love how you have used the twine around the shank of the arrow!


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