Welcome to the first post of my 12 Days of Christmas Series.
I wanted to created 12 projects that you can make yourself with Stampin’ Up! products that are cheap and easy.
I make this cute little pizza box with matching cards and envelopes. The cards and envelopes are 3″x3″ and are great for on top of christmas gifts or for your kids to write in for their friends.
I have used a few stamp sets on this project but the one that stands out is the “Hearts Come Home”. It is a gorgeous little set with cute houses, Santa flying with his reindeer and some lovely sentiments. I have used elements from the Be Merry Rosette Kit along with the branch from Colorful Seasons stamp set. I added an embellishment from the Year of Cheer Embellishments. The christmas baubles are from the Carols of Christmas Stamp set.
The Pizza Boxes are super cute too and I am hoping that they may carry over into the next catalogue but we won’t know till later in the month. So if you love these boxes as much as I do, then don’t wait another minute, go to my online shop and order them today.
The pocketful of sunshine stamp set presentation continues.
I wanted to make a sampler and experiment with all the stamps that were in the set so created this sampler. I took some photos of my girls hamming it up in their sunnies.
I’ve used the Color Theory paper stack in conjunction withe the stamp set.
I really love how this turned out. I just need to get the hubby to put it up on the wall for me.
The last project I made was this banner. When I saw the pocket stamp I knew it would be great to create a banner with it and combine it with the alphabet stamp set. The colours I used were Dapper Denim, Crushed Curry, Old Olive & Berry Burst.
The New Annual Catalogue for 2017/2018 has been released and I have loved playing with all the new products that are available. I absolutely love the colours in the Colour Theory DSP. Berry Burst, Dapper Denim, Old Olive & Crushed Curry. I decided to use these colours and the dsp to create a little box with a handle. The inspiration came from a fellow demonstrator Nikki Joyce from the UK. She shared a bag with note cards on a facebook page I’m a member of.