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Pretty Palette 05

Apr 17, 2011 Author: mytime | Filed under: Uncategorized

Hi everyone

Sorry this is late :C

I had a computer crash Friday (thank goodness we have a laptop, and just bought another device to back everything up), and then guests all weekend, as we celebrated Easter with my side of the family this weekend (which was last minute), since my mom’s surgery got moved up to this Friday. So I’m running crazy, to say the least.

So let me share the color swatch with you first!

Keyword MTMEPPC05

Click here for challenge details and to add your own creation!

I have my card for the Pretty Palette Challenge 05 to share with you.

I kept it soft and simple!

I stamped a white layer with my images, and layered it under the vellum panel, for that soft, subtle look.

I chose to use the Fanciful Flourishes ©, with the flowers from the Take Time © set.

My circle icon is from the Just For You ©  set with the butterfly from the Tending The Garden © 50 Images.

Quick and easy!

Well that is it for me. I’m back on the run.

Tomorrow we have school meetings, and this week if full of appointments with my mom, so wish me luck!

I hope you all get some creative time in!

Be back tomorrow.

Pretty Pattern 05 and a peek!

Apr 13, 2011 Author: mytime | Filed under: Uncategorized

Hi everyone!

I’m back again.

It is ALMOST the weekend, and I don’t know if its the dreary weather, or what but this week seems to be in slow motion! I am looking forward the the weekend, and crossing my fingers for some nice weather, to brighten the mood around here.

Well today hopefully our Pretty Pattern Sketch 05, and a peek at out digital release (which is tomorrow) will brighten your day, and get you inspired to get creative this weekend.

Use Keyword MTMEPPS05

Click here to view the details and enter your creation!

(P.S. You will also want to see what the team has done with the new images.)

Now here is mine.

True Friend

I used a NEW! Pretty Impressions Digital set called My Little Friend.

Isn’t she co cute? I had a blast coloring her in. I definitely love to color so this new line is perfect for me. My card colors were inspired by my Flower Fusion © pretty patterned paper!!

She is holding her sweet little friend with both hands, hence the sentiment in this set 😀 I stamped the sentiment on the bottom of my layer instead of using patterned paper.

For the “circle” layer, I chose to use the NEW! On Cloud 9 © cut file, with some stickles to add some bling and texture 😀

I also added some dimension!

 I printed my image twice so I could add some POP to select parts of the image! I really love have cards with some interest, and that are not flat.

So my mushroom top, girls arm, catepilar, and flower bloom, are 3D.

Too cute!

Well that is it for me today.

You will definitely want to return tomorrow to see the new release items!

Enough said for now.


How are you all enjoying the projects so far?

Be sure to visit the MTME Blog for our latest Pretty Palette Challenge!

I know I had a blast with everything this month 😀

It’s funny how excited I feel every release. I always think THIS ONE is the best. Each new template has me head over heels and each month I get a new favorite! LOL! I think the best part is, each month when I go to link the product and I view MY STORE I think WOW! How did I ever come this far? It’s amazing really. Now I have an amazing library of gift packaging to use anytime I want to give a gift, and look amazing 😀 Seriously most people I gift these completed packages to never even care what is inside! LOL!

Today we have a lot more to share with you so pay a visit to:

  • Debbie Marcinkiewicz
  • Tangii Crain
  • Well let’s start today off with some “repurposing”!

    I like to try to make everything as versatile as possible, and while not every single one CAN be, I have to say every element of the Keep It Template is useful 😀

    This particular template comes with 3 “templates” which are used to create the finished product Keep It. Each one as useful as the other. So,today I thought I would share a  new use for one of the three templates that come in the Keep It Template!

    A Stack of Drawers

    This is the drawer file, that is to be used on the bottom of the template!

    A very sweet 3 drawer gift set, complete with hand stamped patterned paper, pearl drawer pulls!

    Now think about the fun things you can package or sort/store in this beauty!

    Mini note cards

    Ghirardelli chocolate squares

    A photo box 😀

    Hair accessories

    Jewelry (especially handmade)

    craft supplies

    endless possibilities!

    I cut the 3 drawer bases in a gray cardstock, and the actual drawers in a lemon cardstock.

    I stacked the files (adhering them together) then made my decorative panels.

    I love the color combination of this, and the elegance of the finished product.

    This ribbon is actually quite stunning in person.

    It matches perfectly because it has the hues to yellow/gold as well as the hues of the gray/silver in there.

    My wire butterfly was the perfect little addition to this but you can add a charm, monogram tag, mini bird, flower, or whatever else you want to dream up.

    Now the paper!

    I made it myself,  by repeatedly stamping  one of the flower silhouette from the  Occasional Labels © set in a pale gray ink, then using my markers to color the flowers. I added a little more yellow to each bloom by using a dimensional gel pen!

    I also used a larger silhouette flower from the Framed Elegance © set. That was stamped in the same gray ink, but stamped off once, then restamped for a very subtle, but stunning “filler” in a larger scal, to take up some of the white space.

    Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

    Pretty Packaging Templates: Keep It

    Pretty Impressions Stamp Set: Framed Elegance, Occasional Labels

    So I hope you liked my take on this template.

    I have another great idea to share tomorrow, so I hope to see you then!

    “a” Easter Surprise

    Apr 1, 2011 Author: mytime | Filed under: Uncategorized

    Welcome back everyone!!

    I have a special project to share with you today!

    You will also want to visit:

  • Katie Cotton
  • Kristin Bueter
  • Lisa Kind
  • My project today used the NEW! Berry Sweet Basket © template.

    The idea for this template came from my little crafty sidekick Amber 😀

    She may only be 6 but she has endless ideas. You have to love the imagination of a child. I really try to see the world through her eye’s. Let me tell you, she has quite the imagination, and is always telling me what to do and how to do it. She is a lot like me, the older she gets! LOL! Her daddy agrees.

     She said to me one day while out shopping (something we do often) at the craft store “Mom I have an idea! You are always spending so much money on a ton of baskets, why don’t you make your own paper one?”  (she gets her thrifty nature from her father’s side for sure! She always trying to save me $! LOL!)

    Sad but true. I DO spend money on baskets all the time, to then end up getting rid of them in a yard sale. Baskets are timeless, gender neutral and EASY way to gift something. This basket is pretty enough all in its lonesome! No bells and whistles needed.

    Now I know I’ve done “basket style” templates before, so I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do, but promised her I’d entertain her idea. I knew I wanted it to be different than anything else as well, so I was perplexed a bit.

     Amber went on to tell me “It has to be BIG, so you can fit lots of cool stuff in it!” So I said, “Amber what do you consider BIG?”. She giggled and said I don’t know, like as big as this shopping cart! Now THAT would be a cool basket. I could fits tons in it!” .

    I looked at the basket and said ” Amber you are absolutely right! That WOULD be a cool basket. Look at these sides! I love that idea. You are so smart!” She replied “I know”!

    So we went home and got crackin. The finished product met her approval, so I knew I was good 😀

     “a” is for Amber

    I put this Easter Basket together for Amber, in honor of her idea 😀 (I will definitely have to make one for the other 2 kids too! Thankfully I have time)

    Amber had found this bunny at the store, and for some odd reason loved it. So I told her we would buy it for Gabby (her cousin). My real plan was to give it to her with this basket.

    I cut my template from celery cardstock, and added a fuschia strip to the handle. I added some Prima flowers to the handle ends, and used a flower brad. Simply sweet!

    I wanted to keep it simple, but still embellish it, so I customized the tag instead!

    I decided to use a lowercase “a” for Amber. I felt the lowercase “a” was more cute, fun and whimsical. I love how it just hangs from my ribbon, and can later be used for something else she may want to add it to.

     I stamped the flourish on the “a” from Fanciful Flourishes ©in a green ink , and added flowers ink fuchsia from the Singing Silhouette ©  set. I adore the shape of those flowers in that set!

    The butterfly is from my very first set All A Flutter © ! I decided to use the cris cross pattern in the wings, since it matched the pattern in my basket. It was cut out using the Flutters and Flowers Cut File.

    In the basket:

    Jump Rope

    2 ceramic statues with paint


    2 photo bracelet kits

    butterfly shaped chalk

    butterfly magnifying glass

    Body wash & Lotion from Bath & Body Works

    lip gloss

      Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

    Pretty Packaging Templates: Berry Sweet Basket

    Pretty Impressions Stamp Set: Fanciful Flourishes, All A Flutter

    Pretty Pieces Cut File: Flutters and Flowers

    So there you have it!

    I hope you will MAKE your own Easter Baskets and other crafty gifts this year! Don’t forget to try it WITH the kids too 😀

    My kids LOVE paper crafting (OK well 2 out of the 3 anyway).

    I’ll be back with more tomorrow.

    You will also want to check in with the MTME blog tomorrow beause it is our Pretty Palette Challenge.

    See you then.

    Keep It Organized

    Mar 31, 2011 Author: mytime | Filed under: Uncategorized


    YEAH! Finally the April Release is here!

    In honor of the release we always have an amazing Group Post!

    Today we are each featuring a gift set using the latest template called the Keep It! Template and some of our NEWEST! Pretty Impressions images.

    Check out the design team here: 

  • Kristin Bueter
  • Debbie Marcinkiewicz
  • Katie Cotton
  • Lisa Kind
  • Monique Hansen
  • Tangii Crain
  • Our April Guest is Amy Sheffer!
  • Please check out all our NEW! Products HERE!

    We have many NEW! Products that coordinate together! So don’t miss out D 

    So as I said above, today I am featuring the Keep It! Template!

    I am happy to say that I used it all on my Keep It! Template!

    This sample  features all 3 of the NEWEST Pretty Impressions stamp sets: 

    Keep it organized, Sentimental Occasions, and Occasional Labels!

    In addition to some older stamp sets to further embellish my creations: Singing Silhouette Stamp Set, and Monograms Defined.

    I also used the Occasional Label Cut FileKeeping Tabs Large & Mini File Divider Cut Files.

    I decorated my template using  the

     Romance ©, Cool Romance © and the Flutters and Flowers © Pretty Printables Digital Paper Collections!

    Keep It $5

    Available in PDF, SVG, GSD, DXF, WPC

    Completed Project Size

     4 1/2 Inches Wide

    3 1/4 Inches Deep

    7 Inches Tall 

    Desk organization has never looked more amazing!

    There are 3 template pieces to this template, and each one is amazing on it’s own as well (as you will see in the coming week!).

    Now you can sort and organize your creations and desk items in style. Make one for everyone, or make one for yourself!

    It includes everything you need to quickly and easily make amazing gifts.

     If you have lots of desk items that you need to “keep” organized then this is the template for you! 

     This template is made to help you sort standard a A2 size (4 1/4 inch X 5 1/2 inches) cards and envelopes in the back pocket, as well as organize your custom made Rolodex of names, numbers, and email/home addresses in the front pocket!

    Here in my Keep It! Template I created a set of 8 essentially blank cards!

    I used one of the floral silhouette images from Occasional Labels, and one of the birds from the Singing Silhouette Stamp Set, to make my own patterned paper.

    This is a close up view of my tag:

    I cut my tag with the Occasional Label Cut File then stamped the solid frame  in blue, then overstamped the text frame over it. I stamped my floral silhouettes, then added my sentiments of choice!

    I assembled all the cards, and then used the Occasional Labels, cut with the  Occasional Label Cut File and the Sentimental Occasions to create a bunch of tag combinations, complete with dimensionals, so they can customize the card to suit any occasion needed!

    Look at some of the sentiment buliding possibilities!

    When someone is ready, they ust pick a label sentiment, and adhere it to the blank card front just like this…

    I tucked the label in the drawer.

    Perfect gift idea!

    The  drawer is a great addition to the template for you to keep stamps, paperclips, pens, erasers…whatever you need to sort, all tucked away.

     Now we did the detail part, here comes the organization part!

    There is NOTHING like being organzied, but better than that is making organization stylish and functional.

    Now we get to the Keeping Tabs File Divider Large (for the large back pocket)

    This file is perfect for sorting your projects by occasion, days of the week, month!

    To help you better do that I designed a set called:

    Keep It Organized Set of 57 images $20

    *also available in a digital download for $12*

    This set was designed for you to get it, and KEEP IT organized! Now you can organize your creations and categorize your card creations by the need of use, the occasion, and/or the day of the week or month.

    You can keep track of daily or monthly “to do’s” too.

    Included in this set are the rolodex block: 3 inches wide X 2 inches tall

     Numbers: 0 through 9

    Alphabet A through Z (in 3 letter block combination ie: A-B-C)

    Days of the week

    12 Months of the year

    Rolodex category icons and sentiments: Name, Address, Phone (H), (W), (C)

    Occasions/ Categories: Birthday, Thank you, Just Because, Holiday, Get Well, Receipts, Coupons, Blank!

    Imagine the organizing possibilities now!

    Now I can easily sort, and find my Thank You cards, or a Sympathy card!

     We move forward to the Keeping Tabs File Divider Mini (for the smaller front pocket)

    You can organize a Rolodex to keep track of names, addresses (home/email), and phone numbers of those you love, or let the receiver of such a gift organize their own files!

    Here you can see how I stamped the Keeping Tabs File Divider Labels with the alphabetized sentiments:

    Close up view

    Pretty nifty eh?

    Just layer the tabs onto the Keeping Tabs File Dividers!

    Then you just organize as you see fit!

    The box grid from the Keep It Organized set will fit perfectly on our Keeping Tabs File Divider Mini!

    The images fit inside the box to help you keep track of all the info you need to stay in touch with those you care about, or do business with.

      Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

    Pretty Packaging Templates: Keep It

    Pretty Impressions Stamp Set: Keep It Organized, Sentimental Occasions, Occasional Sentiments, Singing Silhouette

    Pretty Printable Digital Paper: Romance, Cool Romance, Flutters and Flowers

    Pretty Pieces Cut File: Occasional Label, Keeping Tabs File Divider Mini, Keeping Tabs File Divider Large

    WHEW!!! Are you all still with me here?

    Don’t miss out on what other ideas the team has shared!

    Stop back in tomorrow as we have MANY, MANY more ideas for you all.

    MTME Pretty Pattern 02

    Mar 23, 2011 Author: mytime | Filed under: Uncategorized

    Welcome back everyone!

    I WAS enjoying what seems like the first of Spring, as the 3 feet of snow in my yard had finally melted, and I saw GRASS! Then, we ended up getting 2 more inches, with another storm to come today. I’m so over it! LOL!

    Anyway…today I wanted to share a card using the newest Pretty Pattern 02 on the My Time Made Easy ™ LLC Blog.

    Sketch Keyword will be MTMEPPS02

    Click here to visit the blog, and enter your creation!

    Here is my take on the sketch:

    A strong cup o’ tea!

    I loved this sketch! It really made me want to use a lot of pattern, and layers but keep it clean too! I THINK I accomplished that.

    I knew I had been wanting to use this sentiment from the Keep Strong © 11 Images set, combined with one of our “coffee or tea” themed sets ( Fancy a Cuppa? © 20 Images, Grab a Cup © 37 Images, or A Spot of Tea © 20 Images ). I am really enjoying dusting off older sets, and executing old ideas I didn’t get time to implement.

    So with that being said I used the cup image from Fancy a Cuppa? . I decided to stamp my own design on the cup using the daisies in the set, colored with copic markers, and added the flourishes from the Fanciful Flourishes © 21 Images.

    I cut out my cup, and layered it onto the Dotted Stripes © Collection 2 paper. The floral paper is from the Coffee Beans © collection 😀 I love how it turned out.

    I stamped, colored and cut out the spoon to add to my design.

    Instead of a “bow” on the sketch, I used the “tea tag” I created using the “Time for Tea” sentiment, and tea pot image from Just For You © 38 Images. I added a mini flower from the Singing Silhouette © 24 Images set.


    Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

    Pretty Impressions Stamp Set: Fancy a Cuppa? © 20 Images, Keep Strong © 11 Images, Just For You © 38 Images,  Fanciful Flourishes © 21 Images,

    Pretty Printable Digital Paper: Dotted Stripes © Collection 2, Coffee Beans ©

    Now time to share a photo of my crafting sidekick!

    This is my 6 year old papercrafter: Amber

    She is hard at work, using my Copic markers to color in her project . Yes I said COPIC markers! She is very responsible, and I would trust her over anyone else 😀 She uses ALL my stuff! My Cricut, paper cutter, ink pads, cardstock, ATG gun…you name it.

    She generally works along side me.

    She goes to my website, picks out a template, and I will score it for her (explaining what I am doing). Depending on what he wants to do, she may decorate it first. I then help guide her to where the adhesive goes, and we both put it together 😀

    She always has great ideas and inspires alot of my packaging with her imagination.

    Here she made the Carry It © template, and stamped with the images from  Home Improvement © 21 Images, and a new, yet to be released set of images, designed after her 😀

    She created the entire project all on her own, picking her own images, and colors. The WHOLE thing 😀

    This is one side of the creation she made for herself 😀 (and her blue nails, also painted by herself! LOL!)

    Bad photo, it was dark out, and the lighting not so flattering, but she wanted a photo RIGHT away. She was so proud 😀

    But not NEARLY as proud of herself as I am of her.

    She is one amazing girl.

    Thanks for letting me share what I do, and how my children get involved and inspire me daily. They are my reason for everything!

    My children are the best “job” I ever had, and are the best thing I’ve ever created:D

    See you back here soon.


    Mar 14, 2011 Author: mytime | Filed under: Uncategorized

    This is a peek at what is to be announced tomorrow!

    Don’t miss the news, as I have several surprised up my sleeve!

    A Year In Review: February

    Feb 4, 2011 Author: mytime | Filed under: Uncategorized

    Well today wraps up our February Release Projects. We like to celebrate this day with a group post. 

    As I mentioned last month, we have added a NEW! feature to the end of our monthly release called A year in review. This is when the design team and myself shares a project using any previously released stamps, templates, papers, and cut files! 

    This will allow you all even MORE ideas for using previously released items!

    Let the inspiration begin here: 

  • Kristin Bueter
  • Catherine Doucette
  • Debbie Marcinkiewicz
  • Katie Cotton
  • Lisa Kind
  • Monique Hansen
  • Pam Imholz
  • Tangii Crain
  • and our Guest Designer Naomi
  • Now let me share one of my own projects

    You make me a better person

    What a great reason to give a gift!

    I have lots of people in my life that I feel make me want to be a better person. I love having a sentiment that tells them so!

    The sentiment comes from our Sensational Sentiments set. It is by far one of my favorites.

    I used last month’s template release of So Fortunate. I really wanted to focus on the fact that this is a SUPERB box/template without it having to be “Chinese take out” like themed. I really enjoyed using this with some older images. I did use the “flag” image from the What’s my fortune? Cookie Cut Filefor the pink layer (resized with my SCAL/Cricut).

    I kept the design simple and the colors striking. You don’t have to go all out to make an impact.

    The flowers on the main panel are from the Sensational Stems set. This is a fun and whimsical, build your own images, type of set.

    For the bottom of my tag, and top border of my main panel, I paired the images with the background building set Puckered Up Patterns. I LOVE all the pattern possibilities that set has to offer and used it earlier this week on the Day 1 Peek project.

    I have not yet filled this, but I have picked a recipient 😀 I know whomever receives this will know how much I appreciate them and the impact they have had on me.

      Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

    Pretty Packaging Templates: So Fortunate

    Pretty Impressions Stamp Set: Sensational Stems, Sensational Sentiments, Puckered Up Patterns

    What’s my fortune? Cookie Cut File

    Well I hope you enjoyed all that was shared!

    I’ll be back soon with more cards and gift ideas as the month move along and time allows. We are heading into a busy Chemo/Raditaion week for my mom. So prayers are being said she has a good week.

    Thanks for stopping by.

    Let the ideas flow…

    Jan 3, 2011 Author: mytime | Filed under: Uncategorized

    Hi everyone!
    Sorry my post today will be late (and may get skipped :C). I spent ALL DAY in the hospital with my mom yesterday, so am TOO tired to do anything tonight (as I type this!). Her surgery went well and we await biopsy results this week. 

    I have my own doctor appointment today. I realized I better take care of me, so I don’t fall apart when my family needs me most! So wish me the best! I can’t afford to have any issues! LOL!

    There is STILL some amazing samples though! Check out:

  • Monique Hansen
  • Pam Imholz
  • Catherine Doucette
  • I’ll be back soon with some eye candy!!

    Good Fortune in the New Year!

    Dec 31, 2010 Author: mytime | Filed under: Cards, My Time Made Easy, Uncategorized

    Happy New Year!!  

    I want to wish you all a happy & healthy 2011!!  

    Today we ring in the New Year with a new release from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC!!  

    You can view all our new products —-> HERE!   

    We have:  

     1 New! Pretty Packaging Template: So Fortunate  

    1 New! Pretty Pieces Cut File: What’s My Fortune? Cookie  

    1 New! Pretty Impressions Stamp set (acrylic & digital): So Fortunate  

    3 New! Pretty Printables Digital Paper Collections  

    The new release wouldn’t be fun without several great ideas, so be sure you visit the team for an amazing BLOG HOP, packed with inspiration for the New Year!

    1. Lauren Meader <—You are here! 
    2. Catherine Doucette
    3. Debbie Marcinkiewicz
    4. Katie Cotton
    5. Kristin Bueter
    1. Lisa Kind
    2. Monique Hansen
    3. Pam Imholz
    4. Tangii Crain
    5. Jeannie DeGruccio <—Guest Designer!


    You will also want to VISIT THE GALLERY for loads of ideas using our products, new & old!

    Now let me share the first of the samples today, using our new products! 

    This month’s release theme is Good Fortune in the New Year! 

    Good Fortune! 


     How fortunate will someone feel when they receive such a sweetly wrapped treasure, full of surprise! This is a modernized version of a Chinese”take out” box, that also has a coordinating stamp set: So Fortunate, and a 3 dimesional “fortune cookie” cut file (sold separately) to help further the gift giving possibilities and excitement!! 

     About the So Fortunate template:

     Completed Project Size

     3 3/4 Inches Wide 

     3 3/4 Inches Deep 
      4 1/4 Inches Tall (without handle) 

     Available in PDF, SVG,GSD, DXF, WPC 

    This template coordinates perfectly with the So Fortunate Pretty Impressions stamp set, as well as the What’s My Fortune? Cookie Pretty Pieces Cut File. 

    Note: the 2nd to largest square scallop nestability is a perfect fit on the bottom of this sample!
    Unwrapping this treat will let the receiver know that good fortune has smiled upon them!

    The template also includes the decorative mat layers. I could have just stamped direct on the box, but I wanted some dimension, keeping my focus on the stunning images that Catherine designed.

     I stamped the sentiment along the top of the template. I love how it came out. There are so many sentiment “building”  possibilities within the set, as well as many other useful sentiments, to enhance just about any gift.

    As you can see it has a wonderful, and functional handle. The side panels just slip over the handle for a unique way to unwrap your gift! Fill this with any arrangement of treats!!

    Here you can see I have a Cherry Blossom scented travel size Lotion, and Body Wash from Bath & Body Works!

    Or use our So Fortunate Pretty Impressions stamp set, as well as the What’s My Fortune? Cookie Pretty Pieces Cut File.

    You can use the What’s My Fortune? Cookie Pretty Pieces Cut File to customize your very own fortune filled paper surprises by using the So Fortunate Pretty Impressions stamp set. Can it get any more FABULOUS? Nope. I don’t think so! LOL!

    What’s My Fortune? Cookie Pretty Pieces Cut File $2.50

    Completed Project Size
    About 1 3/4 Inch 3 dimensional cookie

    Available in PDF, SVG,GSD, DXF, WPC

    This cut file coordinates perfectly with the So Fortunate Pretty Packaging Template, as well the So Fortunate Pretty Impressions stamp set.


    Ever wish you could take that adorable edible version of a fortune cookie, and make your own personalized fortunes filled treats, from cardstock or patterned paper? Now you can! This fantastic cut file will allow you to quickly and easily make your own fortune filled treats for everyone on your gift list!

    for Valentine’s Day!possiblities UNIQUE twist on the nd even puts a FUN andThis coordination of products is such a fun idea for EVERY occasion, a



    Now more about the So Fortunate ©
    Set of 24 Images $20
     *Also Available in Digital Download $12* 

    Images were designed by Catherine Doucette-She was really able to take my vision and turn it into a tangible work of art! I LOVE the Chinese girl she designed, and all the other elements that were pulled together into this set. It is my favorite set yet!!

    This stamp set coordinates perfectly with the So Fortunate Pretty Packaging Template ,as well as the What’s My Fortune? cookie Pretty Pieces Cut File.

    This is a charming set of images that is sure to bring the feelings of good fortune to any receiver! This set has MANY amazing images, as you will see, that can have unlimited possiblities for ALL YEAR ROUND! They will step up your gift giving ideas a notch or two. Designed with the idea that you can use the sentiments to fill the What’s My Fortune? cookie Pretty Pieces Cut File, it is the perfect set for any occasion when well wishes are in order.

    I love the Chinese symbols in the set, paired with their meaning. They really add to the design possibilities!

    Pair this with our So Fortunate Pretty Packaging Template, and you have a complete gift packaging set that is unique and full of character!

    I love the Cherry Blossom and the lantern images as well. SO many possibilities. I stamped the back if the box, as I believe ALL sides of a project should be “detailed”.

    Sentiments include:  

    Symbol for Happiness

    Symbol for Love 

    Symbol for Good Fortune 

    Fortune has smiled upon you 

    A surprise is in store for you 

    Happiness is on its way to you 

    thank you 

    You will have many birthday wishes 

    Chinese takeout is in your future 

    A small blessing with soon arrive 

    Good Fortune 

    in your marriage 

    in your new home 

    to have a friend like you 

    Using our NEW! products, what a great gift set this made!


    This is just the beginning of possibilities.

    Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

    Pretty Packaging Templates: So Fortunate

    Pretty Impressions Stamp Set: So Fortunate

    Pretty Pieces Cut File: What’s my fortune? cookie

    I hope you enjoy what you’ve seen so far! We have several more days of amazing eye candy for you, to spark those creative juices.

    We are also going to be doing a monthly “year in review“, so stay tuned for details on that! If you’ve purchased any of our past releases you will be very happy with this addition to line up, as we continue to share NEW IDEAS with our OLD products!

    Until tomorrow, May Good Fortune Smile Upon You!




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    Owner/Designer of My Time Made Easy* My Timeless Templates © by Lauren Meader for Papertrey Ink* SCS Dirty Dozen-past* A Chemistry With Paper-past* All That Scraps-Senior Designer - past* Green Grass Stamps-past* Gina K -Stamps for a Cause guest designer* Lizzie Anne Designs - past* My Favorite Things-Senior Designer -past* Our Daily Bread Guest Designer-past* Papertrey Ink - past* Pink Cat Studio- past* Reporter for Craft Critque-past* Say it with Letter Guest Designer* Stampavie -past* Storage Ink & More Guest Designer* Team Member for Scor-Pal*Su Ink & More-Past* Unity Stamps-past* Smile Box Avaitor-past*Numerous guest designer positions

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