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25 Days of Holiday Projects – Day 15

This project is a little goody I shared with my adorable K4 and K5 kids this week.  I am a teacher’s helper on Monday mornings – and these sweet little faces look like angels to me (well, most of the time!). 

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25 Days of Holiday Projects – Day 14

I’ve been so busy making holiday projects, I haven’t had time to post the projects!  Watch out for the blizzard of posts coming your way.  I’ve got them all finished and ready to share!

This is a votive candle wrap.  I made some several years ago, but wanted to update my samples with new stamps and accessories!  The Serene Snowflake with the Ballet Blue is soo pretty, don’t you think?

 

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25 Days of Holiday Projects – Day 13

Sometimes stamping inspiration comes from packaging.  This delicious raspberry-flavored cocoa packet coordinates wonderfully with the Rich Razzleberry and Soft Suede in colors!  This cocoa packet is embossed with white snowflakes (Serene Snowflakes).  The tag is made with the Big Shot circle and our snowflake punch.   A perfect item for class gifts, stocking stuffers, or customer thank yous!

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25 Days of Holiday Projects – Day 12

This is a easy way to spruce up a little gift!  This pail has peanut butter cups inside – yummo!  By just adding bow and a tag (using the Embosslit Merry and Merry Details), it is a sweet treat to share!

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25 Days of Holiday Projects – Day 11

Today’s project is a very simple one using the Sizzix Embosslit Merry which is exclusive to Stampin’ Up!  I also used the Christmas Cocoa Designer Series Paper.  I am a little addicted to Soft Suede and Real Red!

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25 Days of Holiday Projects – Day 10

I will be posting a few items to make up for lost time in the upcoming week.  Santa’s elves have been in overdrive! 

This is my Christmas Gift Certificate card this year!  I love using the new Sizzix Embosslits.  The Soft Suede and Real Red combination is so pretty!

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25 Days of Holiday Projects – Day 9

I love making simple home decor items – isn’t this Dasher (yes, Dasher AGAIN) framed art piece perfect for the holiday season?

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25 Days of Holiday Projects – Day 8

Today’s project is another fast and easy way to use our Decor Elements product line.  You can find plain cookie tins everywhere – why not make them more special with our snowflake Decor Elements?

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25 Days of Holiday Projects – Day 7

Today’s project is another example from my Simple Christmas Gifts Stamp Camp.  If you have access to a die cutting machine (hopefully, a BIG SHOT!), you simply must have the Top Note die which is exclusive to Stampin’ Up!  This die can be used in so many different cards and projects.  This project is an adorable gift box.

We used the pine tree for Lovely as a Tree for pine branches and Delightful Decorations and Many Merry Messages for the remaining stamped images.  The Joy image is my favorite from that set (I love swirls!).  After punching out the ornament, we added the loop and popped it using Stampin’ Dimensionals.  Emboss the Merry Christmas  phrase (the brushed silver cardstock is perfect for a little more bling!) and stamp Merry Christmas in Always Artichoke.  Tie the box shut with the Real Red dotted ribbon.

The box is a perfect way to enclose a gift card, candy, or other small gift!

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25 Days of Holiday Projects – Day 5

Today’s project is really a very simple yet elegant project.  I embossed Dasher (I just love that stamp!) in white on Bashful Blue cardstock.  I mounted it on Brocade Blue cardstock and then put it into a simple small frame.  Add a bow on top with Mini Glue Dots, and you are all set!  This is a great way to dress up a boring office desk or small space.  You could even do a trio of different images and put on a mantle or shelf. 

My customers loved making these at my Simple Christmas Gifts Stamp Camp!

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