For my final project from my 12 Days of Christmas Series I have the Secret Santa Gift that I made for our Team Christmas Party.
I used the Merry Music Specialty Designer Series papers for my inspiration. I made a little bonbon and some half bonbons to put product and chocolates in. I used the labels I’d made on previous projects on the bag and the Jar of Malteasers. I purchased the little jar from Kmart.
I also make up a little box for some ribbon that uses no adhesive and can fold flat. The box was originally made by Sam Hammond from Pootles.
This box was originally made by Sam Hammond from Pootles.co.uk
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On this 2nd Day of Christmas I wanted to share this gorgeous little pouch with you. It is a sweet little pouch that holds a pack of Swiss Miss Hot Chocolate mix. I have attached a fold circle at the top of the packet with Mini Glue Dots and then punched a hole in the middle and used that Cherry Cobbler cross stitched ribbon. I’ve used the oval framelits with the stitched oval framelits on top.
This was a really simple pouch to make. All I did was measure how big the satchet was and worked out what size the pouch had to be. The seam was half an inch on the side and bottom.
The Balloon Celebration Stamp set is a versatile set that can be used for male and female cards.
I’ve been asked to prepare a class using this stamp set and the matching Balloon punch. The designs are gorgeous with many inspired by Pinterest and one card changed up from an Ice Cream stamp set class that was designed by Stampin’ Up!
I was asked for birthday cards and male and female cards and the cards are in the above photo. I also decided to make a matching card. So I made a male and female card of each design using the same colours and I was really happy with how they all turned out.
The used the colours that are in each of the Designer Series Papers