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Friday, April 12, 2013

i-bond Extravaganza - Day 5

Well we've come to our final day of inspiration using our i-bond glue gun.
We hope that you've been inspired by the creations you've seen this past week.
Guess what?
We're not done yet.  We still have today!!
2 more designers with 2 more fabulous projects! So let's get going here.



Altered Box

When the original box came with all of the wonderful design team goodies, one of the things I was most excited to work with was the iBond.  It's the handiest thing ever with it's little light and the fact that it's cordless.  I've used it several times already for projects and I just love it.  On my project here, I wanted to dress up the box that I store my gesso and modeling paste.  The iBond was the PERFECT tool to attach my yarn flowers and banner.


Supplies:
Glue Gun: iBond
Patterned Paper: Endless Summer
Other: Yarn and twine (The Twinery)





"For the Grad"

I made my first candy bouquet last year for my son's graduation party. It was a huge hit! So now that my nephew is graduating I needed to make another one. I used packaging tape on the first. From the front it looked great. From the back it looked a tad tacky. I thought the i-Bond could much improve that. 





It worked great to glue my candy to the sticks as well as that 3D grad cap. I know what you are thinking, won't the hot glue melt the chocolate? No, the i-Bond is a low temp glue gun. I applied the glue to my stick first and then to the candy. So much nicer from the back than the packaging tape, see! and another plus, there is no cord to get in the way. The i-Bond is cordless! 





Candy bouquets are great for teacher gifts, as fundraisers for school boosters, get well gifts, and so much more!

Supplies:
Imaginisce: i-Bond glue gun, glue sticks;
Core-dinations: black, white, and purple cardstock; Svgcuts: Graduation cap; DMC floss in white; Provo Craft: Cricut cartridges George and Basic Shapes, and Everyday Pop-up Cards; Assorted candy bars; tin bucket (handle removed); Ephiphany Crafts: star punch; tissue paper; dowel rods; floral foam square; Scotch 3M quick drying glue.






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Wow!!!
We told you you'd be inspired one last time!!
I'm pretty sure that there be grads out there wishing they could get one of those awesome candy bouquets!!
Amazing work everyone!!!


Giveaway!
Bet you'd like to win an i-bond of your own to play with wouldn't you?!

Well, now's your chance!
All you have to do is leave us a comment on each post this week.
We will randomly select a winner and they will win an i-bond Glue Gun & some glue sticks.
(winner will be announced Sat., April 13th here on our blog)


Please join us again tomorrow for more i-bond inspiration!

26 comments:

Jackie Plank said...

Ohhhhh my grandson is graduating this year and is on the honour roll, he would be delighted to get one of those candy bouquets.

Sisters Craft Cafe said...

amazing projects and love the sweet treats.
♥Luanne

Mary Pat Siehl said...

super projects ladies!! love them!!

Michelle Jadaa said...

Yummy ideas and yummy crafts :)

Jamie said...

Wow. I love that candy bouquet!!

Scrapthat said...

Fabulous projects...I think I HAVE to try that candy bouquet!! looks like a totally fun project for ANY occasion! (Come to think of it...this is PERFECT for a hard to buy Daddy for Daddy's day!) TFS

sharon g said...

I love the bouquet!!!! What a great way to cheer up someone

Miriam Prantner said...

Mmmmm...that bouquet is awesome and making me hungry!

Amy#8546(TheTigersHaven) said...

Great projects. I love those flowers... And what a neat idea for a Graduate. Thanks for this week. Tons of inspiration all the way around. Wonderful job on all the projects.

Pam W. said...

Love the altered box. Too cute!

Robin B. said...

Awesome projects today! Thank you for a fun week filled with inspiration.

LuckyStarCreator said...

i love candy bouquets. ive always wanted to make one. that one is so cute

Melissa said...

Wow! Love the candy bouguet and the decorated box too! This has been a fun week on your blog :)

Paula F.P. Simionato said...

Love the floral box, amaizing job

StefanieH said...

I love the flowers on the box and that candy bouquet is yummy.

Jill Rugg said...

Great flower box and candy bouquet-I think I am going to borrow the candy idea for teacher's gifts!

Sue D said...

Cute altered box and great gift for a graduate!

Kathy S. said...

Amazing projects, thanks for sharing!

Romy said...

Everything looks fabulous! I love the crocheted flowers.

Else49 said...

Love the bouquet with all the goodies. My favourites. Great projects again.

Carla said...

Fun and great looking projects.
Carla from Utah

karennarelle said...

love the bsket and as my son is in year 6 i'm sure he would love the grad goodies! :-)

Natasha G.P. said...

I like the little basket. That is so cute!

Carol said...

Super fun project ideas!!

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

Barb Wagar said...

What a nice basket and an excellent Grad present idea! Since I have a student graduating this spring.. it's sure to be a hit! Thanks for sharing it!

Jean Bullock said...

both projects are very cute. I especially like the grad bouquet. How clever!

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