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October customer gifts

I found these chocolate snowflakes in the shops and knew they'd be perfect for the gift to go alongside the Snowflake Splendor Class by Post.  All it needed was a strip of Night of Navy cardstock, scored and cut using the So Many Snowflakes dies, and some Balmy Blue Glimmer paper at the back.  Simple!  I finished it off with a sentiment from Itty Bitty Greetings stamped in matching Night of Navy ink onto Whisper White, and punched out with the Classic Label punch.  Very easy to make, and they matched the suite beautifully! [...]

By |2020-11-09T11:01:26+00:00November 10th, 2020|Class by Post, Not a card|0 Comments

On Stage @ Home Team Gifts

This weekend is On Stage @ Home, which is an online event run by Stampin' Up! for their Demonstrators.  Normally at this time of year we meet in person, and I've loved going to SU! events in Dortmund, Brussels, Manchester, even Disneyland Paris.  I've been to every SU! event in Europe since they started holding them in 2009, and I certainly wasn't going to miss this one just because it was online! Several of my team had signed up to attend too, and usually we have fun with team gifts and swaps.  The original plan was to meet at [...]

By |2020-11-09T16:20:10+00:00November 6th, 2020|Events, Not a card|0 Comments

September class by post – Gold and Red Gift box

This is super-quick to put together and would make a fabulous gift for someone this Christmas.  The pizza boxes are food safe too, so you could fill it with chocolates or cookies, for a yummy treat. Assemble the Pizza box and glue the Plush Vellum square to the top of the lid.  Add your decoration to the centre.  I stamped the Poinsettia Petal stamps on Real Red card using versamark ink and then used Gold heat embossing powder to give a luxurious effect.  The flower was cut out using the coordinating Poinsettia dies, and put together with foam pads [...]

By |2020-11-09T16:59:53+00:00October 26th, 2020|Class by Post, Not a card|0 Comments

CASE challenge 9 – teeny gift bags

Aren't these teeny gift bags the cutest?!  This week we're casing the lovely Andrea Gutzmer, check out the info here.   I just love her teeny bags using DSP and cardstock for little sweetie pouches.  I decided to make my version a little smaller, as I had some Fererro Rochers just crying out for cute packaging.  I also decided to use coordinating cardstock for by bottom half rather than white, as I wanted a nice contrast with the Designer Series Paper top. I started with the Frosted Floral Speciality DSP and selected Blackberry Bliss and Powder Pink as my coordinating colours [...]

By |2018-10-07T22:55:38+01:00October 8th, 2018|CASE Challenge, Not a card|1 Comment
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