This first project is a gift card holder. We had so much fun playing with the envelope punch board. I really am starting to love that tool. I also caved and got the Festive Flurry set (the snowflake) and the matching dies. I didn't do a great job cutting the die here, but I am not going to worry about it. I forgot my painter's tape to hold down the die. I've thought about getting the new Stampin Up magnetic platform, but I can't justify the cost when post its and painter's tape work equally well. This gift card holder will be for my mom, and she already knows I'm not always the most coordinated individual, so she'll be impressed I got it that close.
We also made a treat bag at club. My ribbon is coming loose here, but it actually is on pretty well. Originally, it was full of Hershey's Kisses, and, well... I ate them. So I'll have to get more. The bag will contain a small card, a gift card, and some candy. What teenager doesn't love candy?
I'm entering three challenges with these projects. For the first two challenges, I just have to confirm which sites allow me to enter more than one project and then I'll officially decide which one to link up.
SUO Challenges - Last Minute Christmas
Shopping Our Stash - One Colour (plus neutrals)
Holly Jolly Gift Card Holder
Cardstock: Bermuda Bay
Ink: Pool Party, Bermuda Bay
Stamps: Tags 4 You, Festive Flurry, Baroque Motifs
Other: Framelits, Silver Glimmer paper, Ribbon, Frosted Embellishments, Punch
Cardstock: Cherry Cobbler
Ink: Gumball Green, Whisper White
Stamps: Christmas Collectibles
Other: Ribbon, Doily, Treat Bag, circle punch