The mini pizza boxes from the Christmas catalogue are so super cute! We used a bit of a non-traditionally Christmas set to make this adorable little card set for gifting!
You can find a video tutorial for this box and card set Here
Happy Christmas crafting!
Hello lovely crafters, apologies for the break between posting (our ‘IT manager’ has stopped gadding about for a little bit!)
We’ve been busy getting into the festive spirit, and I hope you have too!
Avery appropriate sentiment for our card this week. Coffee and card classes are now held at Sanctuary on Seventh, Murray Bridge, on Tuesdays at 10 am. Check our facebook page for weekly updates.
It’s hopping time again! Maybe you’ve come to me as the final hopper, or maybe you’re still going, but Welcome to another ESAD blog hop- a Sneak Peek of the new catalogue!
I’ve used the delightful new Cool Treats stamps, with matching Frozen Treats framelits to create my cards today, paring my first one with the Softly Falling embossing folder to give my background a sprinkles texture
My next card is a shaker card, the opening is cut with one of the Layering Ovals framlits, and the confetti inside punched with the Sprinkles punch!
Don’t they look delicious?! Both of my cards also feature some of the Watermelon Wonder striped ribbon
As I’m last on the list this time, click the link below to head to Libbys’ blog, if you didn’t start with her!
BLOG HOP PARTICIPANTS:
Happy December! Time to break out the treats needed to keep us sane for the rest of the month~
I found this DIY advent calendar at the end of last year, and was so glad I grabbed it when the colour matched so nicely with Candy Cane Lane designer series papers!
Because the Candy Cane Lane DSP was my focal point, the colour scheme is Real Red, Crumb Cake and Early Esspresso~
And as well as the Cookie Cutter Christmas Stamp set that I love pairing with the DSP, there are also stamps from Sweet Home and Embellished Ornaments, and of course thoses lovely Large Number framelits dies!
Hello from Rebekah, and thanks for joining me for the ESAD Holiday Catalogue Favourite Products blog hop!
If you know me at all you’ll know that I’m a terrible hoarder, and this goes double for all the beautiful Designer Series Papers Stampin’ Up! puts out~
So this year I’ve challenged myself to use all my lovely pack of ‘Candycane Lane‘ Paper. (although I did cheat, and also have a spare pack- it’s just too pretty!!)
These itty bitty cards are great for using up small pieces of leftover paper (I just can’t throw it away!) and are 2 3/4″ square.
The box itself has a 3″ base, and the sides are 1″ high, decorated using the fun ‘Festive Flower‘ punch with was a caryover item for this year (and is on special at the moment!).
Now hop on off and see what delights are in store at Rebecca Jacovous blog!
BLOG HOP PARTICIPANTS:
1. Lou Kitzelman
2. Kelly Kent
3. Chloe Evans
4. Jackie Noble
5. Josie Dean
6. Libby Dyson
7. Rebekah Crisp
8. Rebecca Jacovou
9. Andrea Buckland
10. Leonie Schroder
11. Delys Cram
12. Rose Desmond
13. Cathy Pinchbeck
14. Peta Stephen
15. Monique Fielder
16. Narelle Fasulo
17. Nerida Carter
18. Courtenay Heuston
19. Megan Lenske
20. Carly Middleton
- Nicole Wilson
- Renee Lynch
- Nicole Osborne Ashton
- Amity Knight
- Rachael Lewsley
- Cheryl O’Bree
- Tanya DeRoy
My dear old blog, I’m afraid I’ve been neglecting you for sharing projects on facebook again, so let me cheer you up with some festive flair!
The Candycane Lane Designer Series Papers and Cookie Cutter Christmas stamps are mouth-wateringly delightful!
And how super sweet are these little houses, made with Home Sweet Home dies?!