Royal Blog Tour

Welcome Lords and Ladies to this stop on the Royal Blog Tour! I hope you enjoy your visit here and choose to come back often.


The set that I will be highlighting for the tour is the very versatile,  Got Treats. The first project I have prepared for you is  a card using the gingerbread man and our yummy Jolly Holiday Designer Series paper. I stamped the little gingerbread men, cut them out and popped them up on some brushed silver card stock cut to look like a cookie sheet.



ETA: I have gotten many wonderful comments on my Cookie Sheet Card! Thank you all so much. I first copied this idea years ago from a 3 dimensional scrapbook sticker I saw. I have also seen many other versions of this idea stamped throughout the years, so I wanted to clarify that it isn’t a new concept and I don’t want to leave the impression that it is an original concept! Really it has been out there for a while! Thanks everyone.


Got Treats


Got Treats


I love the little stamps from the set that can be used to show how to open the treat containers.



Thanks for stopping by! Before you  continue your journey to the next castle, be sure to enter my Blog Candy giveaway. All you have to do to enter is follow the instructions below. Be sure to follow all three requirements. I am giving away this FREE stamp set!



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3.Comment on this blog post and tell me what type of projects you would like to stamp or craft this holiday season !


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  1. Theresa Fredrickson says:

    Your projects are wonderful. I am busy stamping Christmas cards and gift card holders.
    Thanks for the chance to win blog candy.
    Theresa in Kitimat

  2. Belinda, your creations are too sweet. I loved. thank you for sharing with us. Hugs and blessings, Martha Lucia Gomez

  3. Love all the projects you have giving us today on your blog. Keep’em coming 🙂 I know greedy. Great blog. Thanks for sharing.


  4. Belinda, I love your blog. The projects on the RBT are all awesome and I have to admit I delved in a little deeper…Awesome blog, truly!
    Thank you for sharing your time, talent, candy and inspiration!
    Mary B.

  5. Barb Slaughter says:

    Loved your creations – the gingerbread men/women were so cute & loved that tray.. The milk cartons were great too.
    Barb Slaughter (FL)

  6. The gingerbread men on the cookie sheet are so darn cute! That sure took a lot of work….cutting them all out. You did a great job making the little milk cartons extra special. I like making small gifts for co-workers, teachers, etc…. TFS.

  7. That cookie sheet full of gingerbread cookies is so cute! Have to bookmark this one.
    I would like to see more fast and easy gift ideas. I struggle with things to make for my family even though I have all this wonderful Stampin’ Up! products. Seems I run out of time.
    Beautiful projects!
    howe1472 at bellsouth dot net

  8. Janet Swofford says:

    Your projects are simply adorable! I especially love the little gingerbread men on the cookie sheet!So cute! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win!
    Inky hugs,

  9. Love everything, but that cookie sheet with the gingerbread men is fantastic. TFS

  10. Kristi Kirk says:

    Love the gingerbread cookie card! That is so sweet. Love your work! Thanks for sharing!

  11. Martha Haddock says:

    Those gingerbread cookies on that card are awesome! The cutest card by far of what I have seen on the whole tour!!! Thanks for sharing. I am definitely going to copy that one for this years cards.

    Martha Haddock
    stampinmartha at

  12. Your projects are adorable! I especially love the gingerbread men! Why didn’t I think of that!!? Thanks for joining the tour!

  13. Well that gingerbread card is about one of the cutest cards I’ve seen. Every other project I really enjoyed also. I’ll be making lots of gift boxes I love that!

  14. Cathleen McSorley says:

    The gingerbread card is adorable. Thanks so much for sharing your work with me. Cathleen McSorley,

  15. Sue Stevens says:

    Loved your ideas, the gingerbread card- with the cookie sheet. Even though you said the idea had been around for a long time, I haven’t seen it, so it is new to me! Loved the milk carton idea – I have done that before and they are fun to make! Thanks for sharing & for the chance to win blog candy!
    Sue Stevens

  16. OMG!!!! Love the cookie sheet full of gingerbread cookies!! How adorable. I do a cookie exchange some years and this would be perfect for invitations as well as a matching recipe card. Thank you for the inspiration!!!

  17. Kathy Doucette says:

    My demo, Jeanne Nielsen (comment8) admits she has the stamps to make these great favors. Now I’ll have to plan a special stamping session to use this set! Jeanne, are you making me some gingerbread? I’ll bring my gingerman punches!Thanks for the great samples, Belinda!

  18. Debbie Peterson says:

    I love the gingerbread man cards! Great ideas!
    For the holiday season, I plan on scrapbooking more (hopefully) and work on some awesome Christmas gift ideas for family & friends. Plus I need to make Christmas cards.
    Debbie Peterson

  19. Just Love Love Love… Great Job TFS and for being on the Tour

  20. I love what you did with the baking sheet and gingerbread man. Love love love it. Thanks for sharing.

    doramiyi at gmail dot com

  21. Hi Belinda,

    That cookie tray idea is perfect!! Thanks for passing it along. For the holiday season its all about cards, small gifts and lots and lots of uses for my Big Shot the more out of the box the better. Cute packaging ideas too are wonderful to see and create. And of course tutorials for the wonderful ideas I find are very, very appreciated so I can recreate with success.

    Thanks again for being the royal baker in your dozen!

    Jean Fitch
    jlfstudio at

  22. Sharon Steinwand says:

    Those gingerbread men marching along the cookie sheet are so cute! I’m always looking for new ideas for small gifts – practical items are my favourite.Altering items is also something I look for. Thanks for sharing!

    Sharon Steinwand

  23. Connie Fouts says:

    Hi Belinda, I really like your cookie sheet card. Your blog pages are so pretty with decoration in each corner! Very attractive web site. I like seeing ideas for gift boxes and bags. Thanks for the chance to win blog candy. connie fouts
    cmfouts431 at sbcglobal dot net

  24. Super awesomely cute and creative gingerbread and cupcake projects!!!! I am drooling….off to get a piece of cake…lol Mary L

  25. Lucia Kaiser says:

    Love your cookie sheet card! Thanks for being on the tour.

  26. I think I’ll do a bookmark card this year. I will have a family picture, so I need some ideas on what kind of card I can use that in. Love the gingerbread men card.

    • Patti,
      Watch my blog, one of the first few projects in the 12 gifts of Christmas series is going to be bookmark ideas, including a card.