As part of the Christmas class each participant received their choice of a Clear mount or wood mounted stamp set Holiday Hoopla. It’s such a great set, the Santa is so cute and once you get the hang of using the Stamp-a-ma-jig to position his hat projects using him are quick and easy. In the class we made 3 cards and three 3D projects.
The box below is big, 9 inches tall and is made using a combination of 12″x12″ and A4 cardstock. I must say thank you to Hayley and Elizabeth two of my wonderful team, the box pattern is an adaptation of theirs and they are so lovely to share!
How about this for a neat idea, a double pillow box, for long presents. In fact I have just perfected a triple one that is just right for Curly Wurlies !
Finally a cello bag that is great for all sorts of different Christmas treats, it uses the Top-Note die and our small cello bags. Stampin’ Up! is so clever the TopNote die will also top the medium cello bags just score it the other way!
A special tip for you shared by a fellow Stampin’ Up! demonstrator Sara, if you use sticky strip to attach the cello bag to the back of the topnote, then use Tombow glue on the inside front and allow it to dry, you end up with an easy lift off opening for your treat bag so the topper isn’t damaged whilst you get the goodies out!
Well that’s all from me today, I hope you have a great weekend.