Tuesday, November 15, 2011

"Just For You" Release + Discount Code and iPad 2 giveaway!

Introducing the "Just for You" release.
This release includes rosette dies, a cute bakery box die with labels, a frame or card easel die with embellishments, and four new mini alphabets.
Here are a few fun project ideas for these dies.

Thinking ahead to holidays that are coming up, I needed more Valentines items for my home.
Pennants are super popular (and super cute) so I thought I'd make one!
This pennant was made using the new Rosette die with the eyelet edge.  The rosette dies also have circle dies to coordinate with the center of the rosette.
I also used the Edge It die set and the nesting pennant dies
The letters on the pennant are one of the new mini alphabets.
The paper and ribbon is from Stampin' Up!

I wanted to think "outside the box" with the Rosette die, so I thought it would be fun to make it a ruffle instead of a Rosette!
I used the Rosette die for the "ruffled" pink strip across the card.  Instead of gluing the edges to make a rosette, you can fan fold it and keep it flat to make ruffles.  I also used the nesting leaves die set.
It's nice to see some bright summer colors in the middle of winter- don't you think? :)

Paper is by My Mind's Eye, ribbon and button is Stampin' Up!, cardstock is Making Memories, twine is Doodlebug

The Bakery Box die set is another fun one.  I can see myself using this one a lot for treat gifts.
It's the cutest little thing! :)
Probably my favorite box from Lifestyle Crafts so far.

It comes with two sets of labels for the front of the box.

Paper is Doodlebug (birthday box) and stash from my scraps for the other one.  Cardstock is Stampin' Up! and the cute cake brad is Doodlebug

The card and easel die was used for these two projects.  You can cut the front of a card with a window:
And also cut an easel for the back.
It also comes with flowers or holly berries to embellish the front.
Paper is Stampin' Up!

One last project.  I'm in a "teal" phase.  And a damask phase (have you seen my craft room? :)  My daughter's room is also damask.  Just love it :)
This frame uses the L Letterpress, the Damask Printing Plate Set, and silver and teal ink.

Special discount just for you for the "Just For You" release celebration!
(Wow- say that 5 times fast :)
You can get 20% off your online order from Lifestyle Crafts website by entering code:
at checkout


Also- you could win an iPad 2 this week by becoming a fan of Lifestyle Crafts on facebook!
Simply post that you are a fan on this blog post (not the other post last week) and tell them
"Rhinestones and Ribbon sent me"

You can also get additional entries by:
-Posting about this contest on your blog
-Tweeting about this contest
-Sharing this contest on facebook
All kinds of fun!  Tell your friends!!!  I hope you win!!!



  1. I love those little bakery boxes!! I looked up the dimensions but couldn't visualize. Could they hold say, two regular size cupcakes? Or one? These would be adorable to give to my co-workers at Christmas. Also, can the dies be used with a Cuttlebug? I need to check out Lifestyle Crafts website a little more, looks like a lot of great products! :)

  2. The bakery box's dimensions are 3.25"x2"x4." The front of it (the rectangle) is about 2" tall and 3" wide. You could fit something inside that was barely over 2" tall.
    All of Lifestyle Crafts' dies work with the Cuttlebug as well as the Big Shot, Wizard and Grand Calibur machines.
    To use them in the Cuttlebug: (bottom to top) use A Platform, B plate, die facing up, paper, and then C plate on the very top.

  3. Your cards/paper crafts are just lovely! Very nice attention to detail! I'm your newest follower! Stop on by sometime!

    Chanda Stehlik

  4. Young and old will always be fascinated with rhinestones because of its magical and dancing lights that really move everyone’s attention.

    Rhaine Bryt


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