Monday, 29 March 2021

Jill & Gez Go Crafting 29th March 2021

Nigezza Creates aka Gez, Independent Stampin' Up® Demonstrator


Welcome to Jill & Gez Go Crafting, this is our fortnightly blog post where we share 3 projects of each others. I do hope you like the projects I have chosen to share with you. We have a Facebook group where we do live crafting on the first Saturday of every month and also set a monthly challenge. 

However we are not ding one this Saturday due to it being a double Bank Holiday weekend so it will be the Saturday after Easter instead. 

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Jill & Gez Go Crafting with Stampin Up 2nd March



Just in case you are new to my blog let me introduce Jill (Paper Daisy Crafting) she is on the right of this photo (I am on the left). She has a lovely Blog which I am sure you will want to check out.

This week I have chosen some of my favourite Easter projects that Jill has made over the years.  I am also highlighting some products that are retiring. 

Project 1

Jill & Gez Go Crafting 29th March 2021



Jill made these cute little treat holders back in 2017! I just love using the Scalloped Tag Topper punch for making these type of treat holders. This is my favourite tag topper punch but it is retiring soon, so if you want one you need to order very soon because when it's gone it's gone. Also used in this projects it the Stitched Shapes dies, this has to be my all time favourite die set. It is so useful and I will be very very sad to see it go. I highly recommend this if you do not have it yet.  Again, it is while stocks last. 





Project 2

Jill & Gez Go Crafting 29th March 2021


These Easter treat boxes Jill made in 2019, they are very quick and easy to make and look amazing. Jill has used the Clear Tiny Treat boxes for this project. These are retiring, which is a shame because they are so handy to have in your stash when you need a quick little gift box. So many easy ways to make them look pretty.

Project 3 


Jill & Gez Go Crafting 29th March 2021


Finally is a treat box Jill made for this Easter. She has used the Mini Curvy Keepsake dies and decorated using the Arrange a wreath bundle. All of these are retiring soon. I really like the arrange a Wreath set as it is suitable for many occasions, Easter, Christmas, Valentines, birthdays and thank you. The keepsake dies make very quick and easy boxes that look really different and there are many examples of how they can be decorated for many occasions.  




I hope you enjoyed the projects I chose and I hope you will go and check out Jill's Blog.



Happy Crafting :-)

Gez xxx


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