Happy Hump day, we are half way to the weekend! Are you done with your holiday shopping? I am just about there, all I have left are little things for stockings. Ok, let’s get down to business with my share for today, I used the Warm Hearted hostess stamp set found in the Holiday Catalog and used the Kraft Pillow Boxes to create this cute gift. Yes, I made it for my demonstrator meeting that was held back in October but never got around to sharing it!
Happy Hump day, friends! We are half way through the week! Each year my demonstrator group meets in November or early December and we hold our annual Christmas Party with a potluck, shoebox swap, play a silly game, and exchange a handmade gift. This was my gift bag this year, I always change it up, so nobody knows who brought what gift!
Want to see what was inside? While I made several of these for gifts back in June, I have been addicted to making the interchangeable “O”. My friend and fellow demonstrator Sheila won this gift!
Happy Hump day, friends! We are half way to the weekend! This fun make n’ take was created by Whitney Watkins for our recent demonstrator meeting. I haven’t made too many sour cream containers but leave it to Stampin’ Up! to come out with the Petite Treat Framelits to create your own along with different tops. The one pictured below looks like a heart!
Cheers to Friday, friends! How did your week go? We had a pretty non-eventful one, which was perfectly okay! Let’s get down to business with today’s door prize that I received at last Sunday’s demonstrator meeting. This little beauty was made with love by Robin Castagnola.
This was my door prize that I made for the recent demonstrator meeting. These little matchbook treat holders are so quick and easy and can be made for any occasion. The cool thing about making a door prize for the meeting is that, if you make one you get to go home with one. I will be sharing the one I received in a few days.
CARDSTOCK CUTS FOR THIS PROJECT:
- Rich Razzleberry (base): 2-3/4″ x 7-3/8″ and score at 3″, 3-1/2″, 6-3/4″ and scrap
- Rich Razzleberry (pocket): 2-3/8″ x 5-3/4″ and score at 2-1/4″, 2-1/2″, 2-3/4″, 5″, 5-1/4″, 5-1/2″
- Share What You Love Specialty DSP (cover): 2-1/2″ x 2-3/4″
- Share What You Love Specialty DSP (strip): 1/2″ x 2-3/4″
- Whisper White: scrap
Hello friends! I have a very fun project that begins with a 5″ x 7″ frame. I have seen this project made on various sites and thought I’d give it a try. I will be honest with you that while it was time consuming (I made several), it is also highly addictive!! Each interchangeable “O” has a magnet on the back as well as on the Thick Whisper White 5″ x 7″ cardstock.
This was a going away gift that I made for a good friend that is moving away…boo!!! I have a feeling that she is going to love it!
Take a closer look at the Mini Pizza Box. I absolutely love the Share What You Love Specialty DSP and the Make a Difference Stamp Set!
Wanna see what’s inside?
Here are all of the interchangeable “O”‘s that I made. Many of these were inspired by Lynn Strifert ~ thanks Lynn!
Hello, friends, I totally forgot to share with you this super sweet card and treat from my dear friend Lori Mueller. Thank you Lori for your kind note and especially your friendship! Be sure to check out her blog, here for some pretty incredible projects!
This “refreshing” card was created by Rosemarie Diehl for our recent demonstrator meeting.
This was the door prize that I received, made with love by Whitney Watkins.
Happy Valentine’s Day, friends! This was my door prize that I made for the demonstrator meeting. I used products from the Painted with Love Suite (page 18-19 of the Occasions Catalog). The idea is, if you make one you get to go home with one. I will be sharing the one I received in a few days.