September 23, 2010

SUOC2 Big Shot - Charity Table Favors

Hi all. I'm posting today for the SUOC2 challenge - BIG SHOT.
 Make anything using your Big Shot.
Well today is Thursday and I am still without a computer at home. (OMG since Sunday).  So I'm using my lunch hour to post this from work, so this post will be short and sweet.

My inspiration came from my VERY, very talented upline Nance;
take a look at her creations over at Canopy Crafts.  

She made these little favors when she held a Flip Flop class at her mom's (my pal) house on her visit to Michigan this summer. The class was a blast, but the favors were too adorable not to duplicate.
  Now I have the perfect event to try them out.

I'm playing in a golf outing in early October... it's a fundraiser for another friend of mine, to help assist the Trust set up for her sister (special needs) since the passing of their mom a short time ago. She wanted to do something to say "Thanks" to all people who will be participating in the golf outing, so I said I would love to make her some table favors.

I started with the Two Tags sizzix die and all kinds of card stock scraps in my stash. Any and Every color would be just fine. I cut the CS scraps into 3" strips since I only needed to use one of the tags on the die, but you need two of each color tag to complete one favor.
 I will call the two pieces 'front' and 'back' to explain my assembly. Yeah like you couldn't figure that out! daah.

On the back tag I stamped the Thank So Much sentiment and set aside. 

 On the front tag  I used other stash scraps of DSP to add some complimentary color interest to the front. 

 I glued the bottom section below the score mark of one piece and stacked the same section of the second piece to the first. I folded both pieces together and punched a 1/16" hole with a hand held punch.   I stamped the 18th hole on other scraps and trim into triangles for the 'flags' with snips, and punched a small 1/16" hole in the end. I lined up the holes and attached the flag to the favor with a brad.
I stamped the "Your too Kind" sentiment on WW strips, then ran through the Big Shot with an CB embossing folder (turned upside down) to resemble the dimples of a golf ball. I punched out the golf balls with a 1 1/4" circle punch and mounted to the favor with a glue dot. 
I made enough to cover the minimum expected amount of golfers, plus some extras. After I took this last photo, I packed them in a box and dropped them off to her last night.
She loved them!

 I also have some extra favors waiting in the wings without the embelishments, just incase she needs more. If not, I can always use for table favors at one of my classes, but if she does, the hard part is done. 

  I think they turned out really cute!

Hootie says "Thanks for stopping by and please leave a comment"!

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21 comments:

Jenn Diercks said...

I love the embossing on the circles. What perfect golf balls! Your favors are fantastic.

Melina said...

Wow! Wow! What cute favors!!!! Wonderful :)

Thanks so much for joining us at SUO Challanges!

Heartwarmers from Vicki said...

Really cute idea! Embossing the circles really look like golf balls. I can't imagine making that many of anything!

Nancy said...

Diane, great job...the favors look adorable especially all lined up. Can't wait to receive mine!

Pam~ said...

Being a golfer myself, these are the cutest thank you gifts I have ever seen! Bet you were dreaming about golf balls ... lol! They are fabulous!

shar910 said...

Fanstastic Golf Favors! What a great job!! Can't wait to get one!! :D

Karen said...

Great job on the favours Diane. You must have been busy because it looks like you have a lot of finished ones. Very thoughtful of you to help out with the fundraiser. Hope you get your computer back up and running real soon

Amy said...

You did a great job! A good cause, really cute favors!! Thanks for playing along with us at SUO Challenges! Hope you'll come back and play with us again.

Amy Fink

Suzie, the Paper Craft Lady said...

Holy Moly that's a lot of (incredibly cute) favors!!!!!

Were these tags from a SU Sizzix die? Are they part of the table setting die? I want to try these ~ You've completely inspired me! Will you please email the answer to me at sgentile@ymail.com so I don't miss it?

Love your blog & will be back!

Suzie :)
(Stampin' Connection friend)
http://papercraftlady.blogspot.com/

Mona L. Pendleton said...

WOW Diane, these little golf favor boxes are the cutest! The lil' embossed circles look awesome!

Nance said...

WOW, you are a production line all by yourself! These are adorable--love the embossed gold ball but my favorite is the flag! It's the perfect touch. Thanks for the shout-out! Hugs, Nance

Patti said...

Wow, that is some project. Great looking favors, golf ball is cute. Came over from SC and signed up to follow. I have a "Hooty" on my blog but he spells his name different, Come over and visit.

Hands On said...

Love these flip flops. this was my favourite Summer dsp!

KreatesKards said...

Thank you for stopping by my blog today. I like the golf balls, cute idea.

Danie M said...

These are so cute and so well suited to your event. I am sure they will be a big hit.

Laura Love said...

Hi Diane -
I am following from Stampin Connection. You signed up for mine awhile back and I am returning the favor. Great blog you have! Happy Stamping!

Laura

www.lovesrubberstamps.com

Ann Schach said...

Oh my gosh....how did you find the time to do all of these! These are absolutely adorable! Love the golf ball!

Regina Mangum said...

WOW, this is incredible! You are amazing, Diane! XOXO

Carla Bazhenow said...

Wow, these are so awesome!!! My dad is a golfer and I can just imagine what he'd say if saw these. Thanks so much for the directions. Simply stunning!!! Hugs,

Cindy Coutts said...

Oh my gosh! These are so cool! Definite CASE and thank you for the great idea!

Gayle Wheeler said...

Oh! These are just super cute favors!! I just added the Two Tags die to my stash and can't wait to use it! So many fun ideas. Congrats on your pick over at SUO Challenges. Well done!

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