Sunday, October 16, 2011

LESSology Completed Doggy Bag Giftie Set!

As promised, I'm back with my LESSology Challenge #3 project!

Our 3rd challenge is:

Doggy Bag


Our Sponsor is:

Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator
Jackie Bowman

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Jackie Bowman has been a Stampin Up! Demonstrator for 5 years. She truly enjoys sharing her passion of rubberstamping & scrapbooking with her friends and everyone else that she comes into contact with. Her favorite Stampin Up! products at the moment are the Big Shot & the NEW Simply Scored Tool! She uses it to score everything!  She absolutely loves it!

In celebration of both of our U.S. & International players - Jackie is offering 2 prizes for the challenge.

Prize #1 is a Stampin Up! Gift Bag of Products for a International Challenge Winner.


Prize #2 is a $20 Stampin Up! Gift Certificate for a U.S. Challenge Winner.


So, remember my actual doggy bag that I posted earlier?


Well, this is what is going inside that doggy bag:

On the left side is an embellished Theo Chocolate bar.  It's a local chocolatier.  How about that fun tag?  The sentiment is by Paper Smooches....the paper and chippie are Cosmo Cricket's Nutmeg line.  Can you spot the upcycled supply?  The 'road' below the chippie is from a Starbucks coffee cup sleeve...I might have a huge stash of those puppies...just sayin'.  All that fun ribbon is made by my bloggie buddie Sherry!!

Here's the entire set:


I had loads of fun putting this together...hope that you'll play along with us over at LESSology!  Remember, you have until 11:59 pm EST tonight!!!!

I wanted to share some Garage Sale pics from yesterday...


I had a ton of stuff to sell...I got alotta these kind of comments:

Do you have a store?

Are you closing your shop?

Do you sell stamps?

You must have a ton of money invested in your hobby.

Yeah, yeah, yeah...


I had a pretty good turn out...I even had several gals that were repeat customers!  LOL...I had 3 sales last year:)  I averaged over $100/hour...not too shabby...we just won't discuss how much the retail value of everything would have been....you'd think my garage would be empty, but it isn't even close to being empty!  Grrrr...I think that stuff multiplied...so I'm planning on having at least 2 more sales before Thanksgiving....as I add more stash to the pile.

Last thing I wanted to share and then I gotta get choppin' on several DT assignments {yes, I'm real time bloggin'}....

I finally broke down and ordered new biz cards:


The very wonderful Karen Baker was hugely helpful on this project...yes, it is my bloggie banner that Karen designed.  I bought the cards {notice the rounded corners?} at Moo.  Love those guys...they crank out quality stuff...I'm never disappointed.  

Okay peeps...gotta hop!

20 comments:

  1. I wouldn't know what to do with a garage sale like yours, thankfully we don't live close enough for me to pop over and scrounge through the left overs. I loved your business card, I mentioned to Karen how professional it looked! I'll have to send you the one she did for me :) (It's my day job, not the card "job"). Fabulous sweet treats.

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  2. So those were the goodies hidden in the bag? Fabulous! Love the bird and the sentiment for the van thingy. Kudos to you on a successful sale! And can I just say that your cards are wonderful, the quality is top notch and I think you've convinced me now where to go.

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  3. LOVE your doggy bag and everything to go inside of it! Simply FABULOUS!
    OMG...not sure I took you quite seriously enough when you told me you were a shopaholic...LOL...WOW...that is A LOT of stuff! If I lived closer, I'd be there in a second ;)

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  4. WOW WOW WOW... these are just gorgeous !!! Love them all Sista... hugs...xoxo

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  5. Love the goodies that you made to go with the doggie bag and my ribbon looks excellent on them. Notice I opened the ribbon shop on my blog today.
    Now that is a lot of garage sale stuff and reminds me of all the stuff I am staring at getting ready for the same thing.
    Love the business cards. Would love to see one in person.

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  6. wow, I thought all these while where all your cards go to...so mostly to the garage sales...
    so exciting to look forward all the sales..I wish I were there..you shld take more pictures and share with us..
    hope you bring back with emptied basket with good sales..!! woot woot!!!

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  7. Mmmmmmmmmmmm chocolate! YUM! And yay for the good sale! :):):):):):):):):):):)

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  8. I love everything!!! I love your doggie bag project and the new cards are so fab! The rounded corners are fantastic! What a great idea! I think I will steal that. I also love scrappy garage sales. I am fortunate that my (not so)LSS has garage sales twice a year before CHA so that I can clear out my "old" stuff. <3

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  9. what a fun package!! love the details..you rock girl!1 oh my...look at you and your garage sale!! maybe i'll have to come stop by and check it out next time....xoxo

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  10. Oh wow! Love the yummies in that bag! :)

    I think the stuff you have for sale is what I actually have....lol

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  11. omg!!! I wish I was in your neighbourhood and could pop by and buy some goodies!!! :D

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  12. Look at those adorable goodies you have for your sweet doggy bag! That tag just makes me smile. What a fun sentiment and I love the pink cloud paper and the car. The Starbucks sleeve makes an awesome road. Yum on the candy bar, too.
    Glad your sale went well on Saturday. It does feel good to clean house some, doesn't it?

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  13. that is a cute project. love how you dressed up the chocolate bar! and congrats on the good turn out of your garage sale. i wish i could be there to comb through your goodies! =) i always love the banner and icons that Karen designed for you. it's fabulous and so YOU!

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  14. Love your doggie bag project - your recipient will be very happy :)
    Thanks for sharing your yard sale photos - I can relate to your comment about the 'actual retail value', etc....good to know we are not alone, we cardmaking supply hoarders!

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  15. oh, and did I forget to tell you how adorable those biz cards are? Love that logo by Karen and your rounded corners!

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  16. i wish i lived a teeny tiny bit closer to ya! i would SO be there to buy some goodies!

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  17. Holy crud!! I'm on a flight now and I'm totally going to take the rest of that stuff off your hands. haha "Do you have a store?" hehe. Love it!

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  18. Oooo and WOW! Do you think you could take pics of everything so that if my husband thinks I am spending too much I can show him your stash? ;>)

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  19. Looooove the set! Those are wonderful! Were you selling garage stuff, or were you literally selling some/all/most of your creations?!

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Cheers,
~amy~