I've been a bit quiet on here sorry. I had my Christmas At The Market last week and with preparing for that and recovering from it, I was beat!
Today I'm sharing a card for my upcoming 'Fancy Pants Finale' class. I saw this card on Pintrest and liked that it was different from a lot of other Christmas cards that are around at the moment. The original idea came from Carrie Gaskin (Thanks Carrie! :))
Sorry for not posting much of late but I have a Christmas Craft Fair this week so have been busy making stuff for that!
This is a quick post to share some gift tags I made last night.
I've used the darling SU! stocking punch and the new 'Seasons Of Style' DSP. There would be some trendy wee elves rocking these socks! ;)
Have a great day and if you're at the market, stop in and say hi! :D
If you follow me on Facebook you'll know that to celebrate reaching 100 LIKERS I randomly drew a name of one of my LIKERS and they would receive a custom made creation from me.
A lovely lady from Australia (Hi Carolyn! :D) was the lucky winner.
When I asked Carolyn what kind of card she'd like she said something with the new framelits so this is what I came up with.
I can post the card now as Carolyn has received it!
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Our last project in the collection is this tag with envelope...
There is lots of room in the envelope for a secret gift or to include a special private message!
This is your last chance to leave a comment below that could win you a FREE set of the Festive Fifteen tutorials. If you have already purchased the set, then we will refund your money!
Be sure to visit tomorrow to see who has won!!!
Festive Fifteen project eleven, these are cute little name cards for your Christmas table. And they are made to match the napkin holder we showed you earlier. There is even a space to place a Christmas treat!
Here's another one of our cards, this time with a Naughty or Nice theme!!
I hope you like it! Remember you can purchase the Festive Fifteen Christmas Collection by clicking on the photo on the right. Then leave a comment below and you might win your collection for free (if you have already paid we will refund your money!)
We enjoy reading your comments and look forward to hearing from you :D
Here's the fourth project in our 'Festive Fifteen' tutorial. It's an off - centered gate fold card.
We've used the stunning 'Winter Frost' DSP.
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(If you purchase the tutorial and are the lucky winner of the draw we will refund you the cost of the tutorial).
Remember to leave a comment and you may win the collection for FREE! If you can't wait until November 1st when we will draw the winner and have already purchased the tutorials we will refund your money.
As I mentioned in an earlier post, Carol (my lovely upline and member of our ASI team) and I got together over several days and created 15 different projects for the Christmas season. You can purchase this package of Festive Fifteen tutorials for only $15 (one of the best buys on the web!) here.
Starting today we will be showing you a project a day for the next
fifteen days. When you purchase the Festive Fifteen you will receive
instructions and photos on how to make each one.
So here is the first one!
The Festive Fifteen includes instructions for Six Cards, Three Tags, Two
Ornaments, One Name Card, One Napkin Holder, One Wine Bottle Tag, and
One Centrepiece/Mantle Topper.
If you leave a comment, we will draw a name from all the comments at the end of the fifteen days to win a FREE SET OF THE FESTIVE FIFTEEN TUTORIALS!
Thanks for stopping by and be sure to come back tomorrow to see project #2!
One popular gift at Christmas time is gift cards so I have included a couple in the 'It's All About The Packaging' class.
This one is for a coffee gift card (ewwwww, coffee ;)).
I've used the fun 'Seasons Of Style' DSP on the card holder that's made from the Pop n Cuts die.
It's wonderful when you can use something for multiple uses!
I stamped the coffee cup on Crumb Cake, Whisper White and a scrap of DSP and fussy cut the pieces I wanted to make up my cup.
I LOVE reindeer so the little guy on the cup was too cute not to include (he's from the retired set 'Snowbuddies').
Today I'm sharing a pic of the projects that make up my 'It's All About The Packaging' class.
There's 11 projects to cover all your packaging for the holidays!
There's gift card holders, cookie boxes, Christmas cracker, bottle gift tag, chocolate holders and a cute wee owl ornament in it's very own gift tin, and that's not all!
Places are limited so if you want to sign up for the class don't delay!
Saturday 2nd November, 9.30 - 3.30pm.
$50.00 ($25.00 is required to secure your place at time of registration), with a pot luck lunch!
Usually I try not to include Christmas cards in classes that aren't specifically my 'Fancy Pants Christmas' or 'Inky Moose Christmas Club' classes as I don't want to bombard people with too much Christmas, but the stamp set 'Gorgeous Grunge' is so versatile that I just had to show that it can be used to create beautiful Christmas cards too!
I've used 'Gorgeous Grunge' and the music wheel to create my background for this card. The Poinsettia is made with the wings from the bird punch.
It's a pretty simple card but striking so it's sure to stand out on the mantle piece!
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