I ask three people to make 10 gits for each quarterly meeting.
This time we have three unique and gifts that you can duplicate easily. We'll go in alphabetical order.
Kathy Gage made some "Merry" banners.
Here is an upclose view of one of the little banners. The white ribbon goes in between the Cherr Cobbler card stock and the Designer Series paper.
Kathy used the Collections Label Framelits #'s 1 and 2., the Typeset Alphabet Bigz g 192, Gumball Green 3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon; 1/8" Very Vanilla Taffeta Ribbon to string the banner; 1/8" Mini Brads pg 174(There is one at above each letter at the top of the Designer Sereis Paper and adds a cute little pop to each banner piece Snow Flurry Bigz die for the little pieces on each end;
Cheryl LeFore made the box and the snowflake.
- Cheryl used a light chipboard (like the coasters from the Outback Restaurant).
- She added white card stock to each side of the coaster and cut out the snowflakes with the Big Shot Die.
- Add the large Pearl.
- Then She put the fronts and the backs of the snowflakes onto the #120805 Adhesive Sheets pg 160 and added the Dazzling Diamonds Glitter.
There is just one large snowflake and then the front and the back look exactly the same. She used a dimensional in between the layered top two layers and the largest snowflake on each side.
Joy Stein took a very practical idea from the Stampin' Success. It is such a great gift because it is inexpensive and still so cute. She covered a toilet paper roll with the core'dinations card stock and glued it onto a 1 3/8" Scallop Circle Punch piece. Then just add a little fabric with a tag at the top and you're done! The stamp images are from Joyous Celebrations.
Joy mentioned that this is a great way to give money and hastened to add that the ones she was giving away that day had candy only in them:):):)
Thank you again ladies for sharing your amazing creative and helpful ideas with everyone!
I am so glad that you all are apart of the UdderlyAwesome group!
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