Thanks for joining me on my 12 Days of Christmas Series. Today is day 4 and I have a gorgeous product for you.
This project was originally designed by Intertwyned Designs in the UK. I loved it so much that I have re-created it in the Santa’s Workshop Designer Series paper.
I have used the Simply Scored Board and the Envelope Punch Board to make the little bon bons. The video to make the bon bons are here.
The box is made using 2 sheets of 12 X 12 card stock but you can find the tutorial here.
These are such great little projects to make as a little gift for a teacher with a couple of chocolates inside or rather than buying the christmas crackers from the shop, why not make these for your table this Christmas?
Welcome to day 3 of My 12 Days of Christmas series. This project was created out of necessity for a gift for some older nieces that are harder to buy for.
I have made some bath bombs that the girls can use out of essential oils and other chemical free products. I also used some food colouring to die them a mint green to keep in the Christmas theme. The Essential oils I’ve used is Young Living oils. I have found that these oils are of the highest quality and I use them in my everyday life as well. If you’d like to know more about Young Living essential oils then please get in touch.
The tag was made using the Santa’s Workshop Specialty designer series paper. This paper is so whimsical. Some of the sheets have some white flocking on them which makes them extra special.
I’ve cut out one of the little elves from the DSP to add a little whimsy onto the tag as well. Its super cute. The ribbon is gorgeous and is from the same suite of products.
All the products I’ve used are listed below along with some complimenting products.
Today I’m sharing a gift that we’re giving to my eldest Daughters Flute Teacher. She has been teaching Lizzie for 4 years. Lizzie is going to high school next year so there will be a change of music teachers. I am so thankful to her teacher for the guidance and patience with Lizzie.
I made a set of 10 Christmas gift tags that she can use on gifts. I also made a little box for the tags to go in. I used the Santa’s Workshop Specialty Designer Series Paper which is such a gorgeous pack of paper.
The Year-End Closeout Sale is on now as well so grab a bargain before your favourite products are gone for good.
This is the last month that you can order from the Holiday Catalogue. And this tin is a great place to start. This festive tin is filled with crafting goodies, then add your favorite paper and adhesives, and create
this holiday season!
* Christmas Traditions 6-piece photopolymer stamp set
* 2-7/8″ x 2-11/16″ (7.3 x 6.8 cm) clear stamp block
* Call Me Clover and Real Red Classic Stampin’ Spots
* Christmas Traditions Punch
* 8″ x 8″ x 3″ (20.3 x 20.3 x 7.6 cm) tin
Coordinating colours: Call Me Clover, Real Red, silver
Every year I get requests to make Christmas cards for customers to send out to their clients. I had a request from one customer for 150 cards. I decided to go with this design. I chose the Under the Mistletoe Designer Series Paper pack again and could get lots of cards out of the paper pack.
The stamp set I used is the Illuminated Christmas stamp set from the Holiday Catalogue in real red ink. I used the stamparatus to line up both of the stamps used. I complimented the dsp with a strip of card stock. I layered the oval onto a scallop oval.
My customer is very happy with the design and as there were a few patterns in each pack of dsp I could use various designs.
Again this is another fairly simple christmas card that could easily be duplicated.