Sunday, December 4, 2016


Hello friends, welcome to day TWO of 

If your following the hop of participants you should have came from
For the last few years the talented Lori Hairston of Chouxchoux Paper Art
has been hosting a super fun blog hop with several other bloggers showcasing anything from Holiday Recipes to Greeting Cards and more for the Christmas holiday, with LOADS of prizes to win.
This year I will be participating all 3 days AND I have a fun color kit one winner will win from my Cutting Cafe Shop...
Today I am sharing another one of the 3 new Christmas Treat Cup Cards - Ornaments.

This STOCKING TREAT CUP CARD is one of my is perfect for when you want to give a card and treat all in one and the best part is that you don't have to tear up the card to get the treat out.
Perfect gift for your family and friends.

Okay as I mentioned above there are PRIZES........lots of PRIZES

Paper Sweeties:  $25 gift certificate
Lawn Fawn:  $25 gift certificate
Pretty Pink Posh:  $25 gift certificate
The Funkie Junkie Boutique:  $25 worth of new Tim Holtz Christmas Idea-ology Products
Birch Press Design:  $20 gift certificate
TheTwinery:  Sample Pack

AND here is the kit that I am giving away from The Cutting Cafe Shop:

Here's how to win the prizes:
Comment on all of the participants in the hop....the more blogs you comment on the better your chances of winning and there will also be a challenge over on Lori's blog with the theme - Christmas/Winter.  You can create a card or any project that fits the theme.  Visit her site and link up your project....

OKAY now to send you on to Cherry Nelson's Blog.......I am sure she has something awesome for you to check out. 
Here is a run down of all of the participants in the hop:



Giorgia Rossini said...

Thanks for the inspiration, really lovely card

Kimberly Robson said...

That would be great teachers gift

Rebecca Yahrling said...

This is so fun! Love the plaid & the pretty
holly. Great gift idea!

Jo - Jo's Scrap Shack said...

This is completely adorable! Great way to give a treat, and would make an awesome stocking stuffer!
Happy Holidays!
♥ Jo's Scrap Shack ♥

Michele K. Henderson said...

This card is really fun! I love the bold and graphic color!
Holiday Hugs!

scrAPpamondo said...

It's so clever! Wonderful idea to give a card and a treat toghether!

Debbie said...

What a darling card you've created, Regina! A gift and card all rolled into one is creative and fun! I love the pop of black -- makes the project very rich and elegant!

2amscrapper said...

great idea for a card. thanks for sponsoring--looks like a great prize! Helene

Fiki said...

this is wonderful!

Maria said...

Oh, my!! Your stocking treat card is just too CUTE!!!

Lori said...

Wow! Love that red stocking on the black background. This is adorable!

McStamper said...

What a fantastic treat holder.

Charlene said...


Carol from La Crosse said...

Such a CUTE card/treat holder. Sure would like to know what kind of edible coal you put in there. I have never seen any before.

Thanks for sharing Regina!

Tracy said...

LOL Now this is super fun. Coal candy in this adorable stocking box. A truly fun gift idea. Thanks for sharing!

Audrey Pettit said...


Lisa said...

So adorable!! Love your treat cups... or as I like to think of them... shaker gift! love to put craft little gifts in them! This one is adorable!

Debbie Fisher (debbiedee) said...

love the edible coal for the stocking. So cute!

Mary Holshouser said...

Love the idea of the stocking.
Fun idea.
thanks for sharing.

Tracey said...

Super fun how the treats come out without ruining the pretty card!

KT Fit Kitty said...

Your treat cup holders are so neat! You have so many awesome projects in your store!

Karen Letchworth said...

Absolutely adorable, Regina. Your creativity is truly endless. Thanks for participating in the Visions of Sugarplums Blog Hop. I've been SO inspired by all I've seen.
Karen L

Greta said...

Absolutely fabulous--love this wonderfully presented gift!

Marie B. said...

This one is super cute! :)

Jennifer Scull said...

the stocking really pops against the black bg! love it! :)