I've been blogging about our Luv 2 Stamp Group Christmas Gift Exchange earlier this month.. and today I'm so excited to share the last segment of our evening together. You can see other posts from this event with my downline here.
This darling apron and gorgeous plates were made by Lorena, and Cindee got this lovely gift. Lorena used Mod Podge to apply Stampin' Up! Candlelight Christmas fabric (#126905, pg 4 Holiday Catalog) to the back of large clear glass plates. These are just STUNNING!!
I received this stunning bracelet made by Ellen... it is so pretty and features NEW Designer Paper coming up in the Spring catalog!!
Sharon received lovely cocktail napkins made by Carrie. Carrie is a great seamstress and used Comfort Cafe fabric for these treasures. (item #126894, pg 171 Stampin' Up! Catalog).
And lastly, (but not leastly) :) Joy received this amazing set of drawers decorated by Sharon.. I just love this technique.. Sharon shared it at our October meeting and i will be blogging about this technique soon!
I wanted to give a little gift to each of my downline attending our Luv 2 Stamp Group Christmas party earlier this month, and I also made these for some neighbors.. it''s a great, easy and quick gift for the Christmas season!
I bought the containers in the Dollar Spot at a local big box store, and filled them with hot cocoa packets, peppermint marshmallows, Hershey kisses, and decorated them with Stampin' Up! Sweater Trim (#129939, #127838, #129937), a candy cane, and tags made with the Snow Festival tags (#128152) and printed images in My Digital Studio.
I used these punches: Curly Label (#119851), 2-1/2" circle (#120906), 2-3/8" scallop circle (#118874) and 1-3/4" scallop circle #119854
At our Luv 2 Stamp Group Holiday party on Friday night, Cindee Wilkinson taught us how to make this ADORABLE Christmas Framed Art Craft, featuring the Scentsational Season stamp set and matching set of framelit dies from Stampin' Up!
Scentsational Season stamp set, pg 16 Holiday catalog, #121026
If you'd like to enter to win a kit to make THIS fun photobook, just leave me a comment (below the blog post) and I'll draw a winner on Sunday evening!
We made this DARLING photobook project at our Luv 2 Stamp Group October meeting .. I got the idea from demonstrator Cathy Parlitsis.. she has GREAT ideas on her site and I was so amazed at how she used the Season of Sweets Designer Cookie Kit (#126912, pg 15 Holiday catalog from Stampin Up! or HERE ONLINE) to make a photobook!!!
This was one page from my meeting handout.. I hope it will help you with some assembly instructions if you want to make one. CLICK to VIEW LARGER if you wish.
In October, my stampers came to my class to make these gorgeous ornaments, similar to the one on the cover of the Stampin' Up! holiday catalog. I die cut 800 ornament shapes for this class (which took DAYS to cut and bag and organize).. but now you can make these ornaments super quickly!
I have a Card kit to give away.. the kit will make 4 of these cards (minus the stamped greeting).
If you'd like to have this kit sent your way, please leave me a comment and let me know you'd like this kit. Please leave your email address so i can contact you. U.S. Residents only. I will randomly draw a winner on Sunday, Dec. 2nd! I'll announce the winner on Facebook and contact them by email as well.
For this swap card, I die cut tags from the Two Tags die, and then cut strips of paper from the Snow Festival DSP package and added them to the tags.. what quick and cute tags!!!
a tip for multi colored mittens... ink your Make a Mitten mitten stamp in your lighter color first (I used Primrose Petals ink on Whisper White cardstock), then use a darker marker (I used Raspberry Ripple) to add darker accents direct to the rubber. Stamp and punch out with the Mitten punch. THEN stamp and punch green mitten toppers to adhere to the pink mittens and voila, 3 colored mittens!
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