Here is the picture on the front of the instruction sheet that came with it this time:
And I am all excited! They even sent more pictures of other things you could make with it!
So here is the picture of 1 of the pie boxes I made. I filled them with chocolate because I didn't think the pie would last. (And my dear husband thought the boxes weren't big enough for pie... He likes a large slice.)
See that kraft feather? Once I was done with the pom pom maker (they always say it was easy, but now I believe it.) I used my four feathers framelit & cut co-ordinating feathers... (I will be showing you some more cards I made with them in a couple days here.)
Here is a picture of the other stamp beauties that came with this kit. There is no such thing as too much pie in a beautiful curvy font & Thankful for you, which is appropriate all year long!
And I made 7 of the pie boxes. Pretty much how they showed to do it.
Then I turned around to make a card.
And then AHA!
The sailboat base is the the sticky piece that holds the pie box shut. I did sweet nothing to it. True to Paper Pumpkin style, they sent lots of feathers & yarn, so I got to use it for other fun crafting.
The only supplies I needed were the cardstock for the base & layers & the flag for the 'happy birthday' sentiment.
I made some more quick cutie sailboat baby cards. They are coming in a couple days!