Morning everyone! I have a quick inspiration share for you this morning. Last week I had a stall at my children’s school Christmas craft night and one of the projects I created to sell were these great snap close boxes. They are just perfect for filling with treats as a gift for teachers, co-workers or to have on hand as a last minute gift! I kept this one very simple, but you could go to town and embellish to your hearts content!
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And just like that it’s Friday again! As promised here is part 2 of my Endless Christmas class projects:
Once again we used the Endless Thanks stamp set to create a wreath – this time on a bigger scale. It’s a little tricky to see in the photo but there are a couple of strands of Gold Thread weaving around behind the flowers – this adds such a great finishing touch in real life! The Happy Christmas is from the Oh What Fun stamp set – this set is SO good for a great range of Christmas themed sentiments, definitely a must have in any collection!
Here’s what we used:
I’ll be back on Monday with the 3rd and final project from my class. Have a great weekend everyone!
Hello again! As promised I am back to share more projects from The Great Welly Paper Caper! Today is the first of 3 posts sharing the projects I taught at camp. As we gave everyone the Endless Thanks stamp set as a welcome gift at camp I had to use that for the class, but I really wanted to do a Christmas themed class! In the end I created 2 projects using the stamp set and one that didn’t. I love that I could take a completely NON-Christmas set and use it to create Christmas projects – it just shows how versatile your stamps are!
Here is the first project:
I used the Square Pillow Box Edgelit die to create a gift pouch rather than an enclosed box. This pouch is just perfect for slipping in some chocolate, maybe a few packaged biscuits, a gift card or even a set of small note cards! The tag uses the Endless Thanks stamp set to create a cute wreath design and the Very Merry sentiment comes from And Many More..
Here’s what I used: