Happy Tuesday! I’m so excited to show off the new Fall Collection that’s being released today! I’ve had so much fun putting everything together and have more ideas that I didn’t get to yet.

I hope you will have your own ideas (or build off of mine!) as you see what I’m sharing today! Let’s get started with the Treat Carrier! 🙂

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When I saw the Treat Carrier, I fell in love. The box area itself (where you put your goodies) measures @ 2 1/2″ square and is a pretty good size to fit in lots of things. Candles, lotions, mini notes, rolled up baby onesies, just about anything you can think of, will work well in it. I used a women’s travel set and look how nicely it fits! I love the oval labels and banner that come with these dies, they are perfect for adding a stamp, name, or message!

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I used Butterfly Punches (also being released today) to accent the Treat Carrier. I cut them out of 100% wool felt and they cut so cleanly and beautifully. I’ve also cut blended felt (not 100% wool) with great success, but usually add a layer of printer paper on top of the felt for cleaner cuts. These are gorgeous butterflies and perfect on their own or layered together.

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Remember the Matchbox die from yesterday’s post? I made a matching mini album to go with the Treat Carrier using the Matchbox die. Here’s a close up.

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To make the Treat Carrier, you’ll need to cut each of the larger pieces twice. If you cut them once, you’ll end up with half the Treat Carrier. Even so, it’s still adorable and completely usable! Here’s what one of them looks like.

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Here’s another new release today, the Business Card Holder. How fun is this?!?!

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I cut this out of felt and cut the tabs off (which you’d normally tape/glue to keep the holder shut).

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I used the butterflies again from Butterfly Punch and used velcro to keep it shut, although next time I’ll sew the velcro in place (mine is adhesive backed).

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A simple slip stitch was sewn along the edges.

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What about using this as a way to give birthday money? Ice cream money? A love note to your kids? Or a fun way to carry mini pictures of your kiddos?

If you’re still with me, hooray! I have a few more things to share…

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This card uses the smaller butterfly and some pearlized mica fragments.

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The sentiment is from A Year of Sweet Sentiments (Taylored Expressions). There’s a lot of fun sentiments in this set!

My next card uses Nesting Lace Doilies, Doily Edge, and Butterfly Punches.

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The layered oval is a label from Disc Case Die.

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This card uses mostly the same dies, without the Doily Edge. This time I used the two smaller of the Nesting Lace Doilies…the biggest one is huge and would be perfect for scrap pages and/or home decor. I added Twinklets Diamond Dust to the butterfly and a little paper piercing to the larger doily.

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A fun and simple way to create a card without spending a lot of time on it! I have one last project to show you and then, I promise, I’m done for the day! LOL!

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Another quick Matchbox project and I love it because it fits the mini envelope from the Eyelet Envelope Set.

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What a fun way to give a mini note and matching envelope set! The feather is from Feather Headband (one of my all time favorites!).

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Thanks for stopping by!