Happy Friday everyone!
As promised I'm back with my design team project for The Cutting Cafe. Regina asked us to showcase her adorable milk carton templates...cutting files and I was happy to. We have several birthday's coming up in our family and these make great packaging for gift giving. They also make great party favors and they're super fun to decorate. Can't you see one all dressed up for Halloween or Christmas and filled with candy! Click here to see the pumpkin milk carton I created last fall.
As I mentioned in my previous blog post I am introducing something new here at Adventures in Paperland. I am now offering Snapguide tutorials for my design team projects as well as other creations I want to share. You'll be able to see how easy it is to create with Regina's templates and cutting files. It also gives me an opportunity to share some tips and tricks along the way.
Here's a second milk carton I put together using the same steps in the tutorial. The only changes were the Pumice Stone Distress Ink I used to distress the paper edges and I chose two different designer papers from the same collection.
Before I go, I want to wish my fellow Americans a happy and safe Labor Day weekend. We're off to visit our kids and enjoy some time with them. It's cool having grown up children and totally okay to be an empty nester. Course, I wouldn't have said that two years ago. ;)
I'll be back on Tuesday with another "new" for me. In the meantime you can click on any of my social media pins to connect with me.