Tuesday, 15 December 2009

Stampin' UP! Classes - Appreciation Day


This morning was my Christmas Appreciation Morning for my lovely Tuesday Ladies.

I saw this Santa on Nitestampers Blog a little while back and he's such a cheeky chappie, I just knew I had to make one and these are what I made. Pull up Chocolate Slider Cards.....

The reindeer is off Monica's Lovely Blog. When I went to Germany for the Very First Stampin Up Convention in November, Jo and I went to a great shop and I found some lovely tissues with GingerBread Men all over them. The reindeer fitted them perfectly.

I showed my hubbie and boys what I was making last week and they just raised their eyes and asked when would Tea be ready!........
The chocolate inside is Lindor..........MMM Every crafter has to have chocolate when they craft.

The punches used were Word Window, Scallop Circle, 1 1/4", 1", 3/4" circle punches.



The tissues were a standard packet size.
Every one got a goodie bag to take home with them. This is what was inside......

The stamp set pressie was wrapped in some Merry Moments paper and the top was decorated.





So Many Santa's in one room.........




At Convention Shelli Gardner, the owner of Stampin' UP! demonstrated a lovely project. I decided that we would all make one as a treat for my Appreciation Day Today.
The chipboard journal's are super for altering, This is the one the ladies made. We used the Sunny Day Scrappin Kit and So Tweet chipboard.



I decided to put dividers in my journal using the round tab punch. The covers were added using the spiral punch which makes the job easy!



This journal is very similar to Shelli's one she demonstrated, using the Sense of Time and Medallion Stamp Sets.




I saw a card with the Owl chipboard on it over at splitcoaststampers and tried it for my other journal. The stamps are Good Friend stamp set.




His wings are made using the scallop circle punch. His eyes are 1" and 3/4" circle punches.
Pop over to the gallery at splitcoast stampers for more ideas using these chipboard pieces.


Right then! I have 7 boxes of paper work to get done by Friday Morning. My Boys break up on Friday at Lunch Time and I am aiming to be on Holiday from then on.........
Until then, I have some more christmas cards to get written and posted!!!
Thanks for looking,
Jenny:-)xx







12 comments:

Jane said...

Jenny, the words "THANK YOU",just aren't enough - for all that you do. The classes, inspiration, friendship and support you give, makes it a pleasure to be a member of your team.
Have a wonderful family Christmas and see you next year
Jane x

Jennifer Jackson said...

These are adorable! I love the santa with the textured beard and the owl notebook. I want to make one fore myself!!

Janette said...

Hi Jenny,

I know you appreciate us BUT we appreciate you too !!
It was a fab day...again....
T-H-A-N-K-S
Hugs
Janette x

Jo said...

Jen they are absolutely fabulous and even better in real life! I could hear the squeals of delight over here in Wimborne this morning when your ladies saw them...lol

Jo
x

Terry Molineux said...

Hi Jen Omgosh they are so cute. I love the Santas and the Reindeers are you going to share the directions? I'd love to duplicate them. TFS Wish I was there!

Have a great Christmas!

Penny Hanuszak said...

What a lucky team you have Jennie. You are such an inspiration and I love all that you do! All of these samples are so adorable. Thank you for sharing your appreciation day.... you are appreciated!

Moira said...

Wow Jenny, you work so hard, the presents are fabulous. Have a great Christmas and enjoy your break.

Lorraine said...

Wow these are amazing, your craft room looks very inviting great for all your creations. Merry Christmas Jenny to you and your family from Jersey

Fiorella said...

Jenny, your post is great!!! How much inspiration! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

jeannen2 said...

I love the Santa slider! I'm hoping that I can find this size chocolate bar here "across the pond"! TFS!

Merry said...

Oh wow...these are all so creative.....love those santa's.

wrapping supplies said...

These are all too creative and all the designs are marvelous and looking very magnificently brilliant.