Today’s video is a full demonstration – so I will just leave the pictures here – and let the video do the talking! You all know how much I LOVE Stampin’ Up!’s mini pizza boxes for creating great little treat holders. Watch just how simply they work to set off this impressive Lemon Squares Treat!
I used the paper from the Animal Expedition – you have just a couple more days to get it as part of the special Buy 3 Get 1 Free special that ends in July. You will NOT want to miss the post here on July 30. Over on Instagram I posted a sample each and every day using the papers that were part of the sale. On July 30 I will be posting them all in one Post here for you AND do a 24 hour special – you WILL NOT WANT TO MISS IT!!!
As promised in the video I will be posting my Lemon Bar recipe here (made on the cutest little recipe card with the Lemon Twist stamp set!) When I do that post I will include the shopping list of what I used on this project, but as you can see in the video it takes very minimal supplies. The Lemon Bars are completely DELISH. Lemon Bars have always been a family favorite and I have worked for a while combining recipes until I finally perfected one that is pretty tart and has a TON of filling! They fill the box up quite nicely! When given as a gift, this little mini Pizza box is a hefty little gift!
I also include in the video the way that I have been using my new ink pads. Not one inky finger between me and any of my customers! You won’t want to miss that part!!
July is ending and with it two great specials – the Designer Series Paper as mentioned above. And the chance to join the Stampin’ Up! Family and when doing so to add an ENTIRE family of ink pads to your starter kit. I also have a really nice welcome gift I send to all of my new team members.
You can read more about joining my team HERE. Click the JOIN NOW link to learn more and if you have ANY questions – email, message or call me!
This July everyone who places any order on my website and uses the Hostess Code
will receive a FREE container or Basic Brads! (p 198 in the catalog)