Hello, friends. Today is the last day of the My Time Made Easy August Release, and the template we are featuring is called ‘State Your Case’.
This is definitely a handy little “case” that will help you to perfectly package up a variety of items such as A2 size cards/envelopes, stationary, office supplies, hair care, new baby products, bath products, jams, baked goods, cooking mixes….to name a few. So many possibilities! In any case, no matter what you package up in here, it is sure to carry feelings of joy with it!
To adorn this gorgeous gift box, I used the ‘Thankful‘ digital images set, and coloured them in using Copic markers. Love those fall colours! Check out what the other girls have done with this template…
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One last exciting bit of news… the very talented and hard working owner of My Time Made Easy, Lauren Meader, has a chance to have her products carried in Walmart stores. BUT she needs your help. If you could take a minute and vote for her products it would help her out a great deal. Just click here, which will take you to the Walmart voting page. Then all you have to do is click the big, orange Pretty Packaging Templates ‘Vote for This’ button. That’s all there is to it.
Have a great day everyone!
Hi everyone. I hope you are enjoying your weekend. Today is Day 4 of the My Time Made Easy August Release Extravaganza! The new template called In A Cinch is the highlight of today’s hop. Check it out…
Here I am showcasing the butterfly box top, but this fabulous template comes with 4 different box top options! Box tops include a plain rounded top, a star, a flower and a butterfly. Each box is unique with its own designer top closure, that offers you a ton of versatility and is a cinch to put together! The rounded top allows you to add whatever you wish to the top of the box from a circle image, to large buttons, or customize it with any image or shape to suit your occasion.
I paired up this gorgeous, little box with the lovely Fanciful Flower Card template. This cut file includes the card, and the decorative pieces. So easy to make and pretty to boot.
Please take a few moments and hop on over to see what Lauren Meader, Debbie Marcinkiewicz and Kimberly Morrow have done with their templates. Enjoy the rest of your weekend and happy crafting!
Hello, and welcome to the August My Time Made Easy Release. This month the extremely talented, and lovely owner of MTME, Lauren Meader, has decided to release 10 brand new templates! WOW! She has also just announced that WalMart is interested in her products, but she needs as many people as possible to visit her YouTube Channel, watch her video and leave a comment. This will help the good folks at WalMart decide if there is enough interest out there to carry her line. So please take a moment and help her out by leaving a favourable comment.
And now it’s time to get down to business. It’s release day after all, and I have a few things to show you before you hopefully go on to check out the other great new templates on the blog hop. This one is called Mix’er Up…This design was inspired by a drink mixer. Lauren felt that the size would be perfect to fit those “taller” gifts like pump dispenser body products, soap dispensers, and of course drink mixes. This template is great to package a variety of gifts that typically won’t fit in other boxes. Or you could also just pile up the goodies!
To accompany this fabulous box, I created a matching Thank You card using the same digital designer paper (from Preserve It Blueberries and Grapes) and the Sensational Sentiments Digital Image set.
Please take a moment to hop around and enjoy the fantastic creations made by the rest of the team, if you haven’t already, and I’ll be back soon with another great new template to show off. Happy crafting!
Hello again. Happy Canada Day to all my fellow Canadians out there! Hope you have plans to celebrate in style. For today’s release, I am showing you a great little card set I made using the My Time Made Easy Simply Scalloped card and envelope cut file.I thought it would be fun to make the envelopes out of vellum so you could see the card through the envelope. As you can see in the picture, the envelope flap is scalloped.
The front flap of the card is also scalloped along the bottom. I added a piece of white cardstock to mine to show off the scallop a bit more.
I made a set of cards using the new Petal Prints Digital Paper along with the Just a Little Note Set of 19 Images. I based the colours on the palette found in the paper pack, but because the image is digital, you could customize it to suit your own needs.
Time now to hop along and see what the other girls made for your viewing pleasure. Have a funtastic day everyone!
Hi gang! Can you believe it’s the end of June already? Summer is in full swing and it’s time to show off the new My Time Made Easy template called In-dipensible.
I used my box to store some manicure/pedicure products, but you could just as easily fill this with a card gift set, office supplies, recipe cards or your favourite sweet treat. The cut file is available in PDF, SVG, GSD, DXF and WPC formats and the completed box size is 5 3/4 x 5 3/4 x 2 1/2 to 1 1/4 inches deep (the box angle down at the front). Wouldn’t this be cute dressed up as a desk for a teacher gift?My In-dispensible gift box is decorated using the brand new (and gorgeous) Pretty Petals digital paper pack. I also used a sentiment and digital image from the new Just A Little Note Set of 19 Images, which I printed onto some acetate for the little window on top.
I hope you can check out what the other ladies have made for you. Just click on the links below to visit their blogs. Come back and join me for more My Time Made Easy fun tomorrow!
Hi gang! Well, I’m back again to share one of My Time Made Easy‘s older products for the Year In Review. This is when I get to choose anything I want from the store and show it off – so fun! There are so many gorgeous things to choose from, and so many possibilities that it is a difficult decision, but I went with a lovely little gift box called The Flapper.This gift box got it’s name because of the flap closure on the top. On my sample, I have outlined it with pearls. The flap ties shut with a ribbon, but you could just as easily add a small piece of Velcro underneath to keep it closed.
The gorgeous floral paper used on both the card and the box is from the digital paper set called Blooming With Elegance. This thank you card was super easy to make. I imported the paper into my photo editing software, resized it to fit an A2 card and added the thank you sentiment from the Sensational Sentiments Digital Stamp Set. These would be lovely as a set to give a teacher or colleague.
Feel free to visit the other gals on the DT to see more fabulous creations. You can also visit our MTME Gallery for more inspiration. Have a spectacular day and happy crafting!
Hello and welcome back for the second round of My Time Made Easy‘s June Release. Today I will be featuring images from 2 great new digital stamp sets called ‘Home Sweet Home’ and ‘There’s No Place Like Home’, as well as, some new digital papers from the ‘Tiny Town’ paper pack.
This welcome card came together in a snap thanks to the wonderful door and wreath images included in the ‘There’s No Place Like Home’ digital stamp set. All I had to do was resize the door and wreath in my photo editing software and then print them out on cardstock. The wreath was coloured with Copic markers and cut out with scissors. I popped it up with dimensional foam on the door. The background is paper from the Tiny Town digital paper pack, which I printed onto a piece of ivory cardstock. Voila! I have myself a gorgeous, handmade card for the new neighbours!
This tall gift box was cut out using the Wine & Dine cut file, and is perfect for a bottle of wine, balsamic vinegar or specialty olive oil. I love the Tiny Town paper. It’s perfect for the occasion! I embellished the box with a keychain made using the Home Sweet Home digital stamp set and the Unlocked cut file.
What a great way to impress the new neighbours or friends moving into a new house. They will be blown away by the thoughtfulness of a stunning handmade gift! Check out what the other ladies have made by clicking on the links below. They are all very talented and have a lot of great ideas to share. I’ll be back June 3rd with another fun project so stay tuned…
Hello crafty people! Are you ready for some fun? It’s time for the My Time Made Easy June release and we’re going to start things off with a terrific gift box that you could really go to town with. This versatile box has a tapered top giving it the name ‘Tapered Off’. There are so many ideas for this one – golf package for dad, spa kit for mom, house warming gift, grad gift – but I decided to make a gardening package that could be used for a teacher, mentor or parent. The sentiment on the front is from the Sensational Digital Stamp Package and really says it all!
Here is a photo of this versatile box with the lid off and the top opened up. I actually fit all this gardening gear into it with room to spare! So you can see it really is big enough to hold a substantial amount of stuff.There are so many really great cut files, stamps and papers in the My Time Made Easy store and the prices are fabulous. The best part is there are no shipping fees or wait times. Just order online and download your products immediately. All cut files come in SVG, PDF, GSD, DXF and WPC formats so there is something for everyone, including those of you who do not use a fancy cutting machine – just print and cut!
I hope you enjoyed today’s project and will check out what the design team has come up with. In the meantime, I’ll be working on another great project for tomorrow’s Year In Review post. Come on back y’all!!
Hello all you fine crafty folk! A short post today to show you my Out of a Hat Challenge creations. The subject this week is a postcard from France. I have 3 different attempts to share.
This first one is pretty straight forward. I used my Cricut to cut out letters to spell Paris and substituted the Eiffel Tower for the letter i. The cutouts were inked around the edges and glued to a piece of patterned paper from the CTMH La Belle Vie collection.
For the second postcard, I again cut out letters spelling Paris with the Cricut and added some sparkle with Bronze Glitz Glitter Gel. The background was stamped using various French stamps from my Close To My Heart stash.
The last postcard is totally digital. I used digital images from the My Time Made Easy Vintage Vineyard Collection and the Cool Romance Digital Paper Pack. Since these are supposed to be postcards, I tried to keep them flat, as if I were going to mail them.
Well that’s it from me. If you have a chance check out the OOAH challenge blog to see what the others have made. And if you’re feeling up to it why not post one of your own! Happy crafting!
Welcome back! I have the winner of the MTME May Sneak Peek contest!! Drum roll please…………………….. and the lucky winner is…………. Sue D!!! Congratulations, Sue. You get your choice of any one of the templates in the My Time Made Easy shop! I’ll send you an email with all the details so you can claim your prize. Thanks to everyone who played along.
So now we move on to our Year In Review. This is when we get to choose any MTME product and turn it into something completely different (some serious fun to be had here!). I decided to stick with the BBQ grill template and add a travel theme to it by turning it into a travel trunk. Check it out…Imagine filling this with a bag of trail mix, a travel game, or even a pack of gum and some moisturizing facial wipes for someone travelling on a plane. Of course, no gift is complete without a card, so I whipped up this little cutie pie using some digital paper from the Sweet & Sour Sweethearts Paper Pack, along with a sentiment from the Sentimental Occasions Digital Images set.
This makes me wish I was boarding a plane for an adventure! If you have a moment or two, take a cyber trip over to the other girls’ blogs to see what kind of new things they’ve made from something old. And if you’d like a little more inspiration, you are always welcome to pop by the MTME Design Team Gallery for a peek. Have a great day everyone and thanks for stopping by! ~Tracy