It’s begining to look a lot like Christmas….. As I’m posting this post (Tues Nov 15) its starting to snow. We are suppose to be getting about 2 cm overnight and another 2 cm tomorrow. After having a few weeks where its been nice and sunny, record breaking warm…..
So this week, I messaged Susan asking what should we make this week. Last week we did the Christmas tags. I gave her a couple of options. She decided Gift card holders. Ok I told her. Now, as many of you know I have been teaching two different classes with the West Bowl Community Association here in PG. A Memory Keeping class (using Project Life) and the other class has been Christmas cards, tags and gift card holders. The next two class nights are Gift Tags and Gift card holders. So these challenges have been great! Let’s head over to Susan’s blog: http://www.susan-stampinsue.blogspot.ca to see what she’s created this week. I made two different Gift card holders. I was having too much fun today. I cased both of them frpm StampingJill.com- Jill Olsen and Connie Collins.
These were so much fun!! Oddly enough both took one sheet of my 6×6 paper stack. The one one the left I used our Gift card framelit. The card on the right I scored and cut off the four corners.
Stamp set: Christmas Pines, Peaceful Pines bundles
Card stock: Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake, Garden Green, Warmth and Cheer 6×6 paper stack, Gold Foil, Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer paper
Ink: Garden Green, Early Espresso
Extras: Snail, Dimensionals, Glue dots, Tear and Tape, Big Shot, Baker’s Twine Trio package, Christmas Greeting Thinlit, Die Brush, 2 1/2 inch Circle Punch 7/8″ Scallop Circle Punch, Hole punch
Thanks for lookin’ and have a Stampin’ day!