Wednesday, 21 November 2012
Stampin' UP! Christmas Extravaganza's.....
Right then this is a long post.....
It was my Christmas extravaganza before we went on holiday and then last Saturday it was the Crafty Bunch Craft Club in Yeovil's turn.
Everyone worked so very hard, as this was a full day of crafting. Everyone got their own copy of the Chock full of Cheer Stamp Set. Two of the projects used that stamp set and the third project used the Joyous Celebrations stamp set.
This is my registration desk.
I love to spoil my ladies, these were the table gifts and matching gift bag with the stamp set. I used the Snowflake Soiree stamp set for all of these, plus the builder wheels to match.
I used the favour box die to make everyone a Keyring with their initials inside.
The colour combination is midnight muse and bashful blue. I used the apothecary accents to make the aperture on the front of the favour box and then that is used for the front of the bottle.
This was my centre piece for all the tables. I used the gorgous silver glitter card......More on that later. The huge rosette was made with the rosette die. I cut three of them and joined them together, so pretty.
This is Project one
This is Project 2
This is project 3.
A Close up of the key ring here.
For Project One, the ladies had a choice. They could make the Mini Photo Album which was a smaller size of my Snowflake Soiree one (see the Snowflake Soiree class). Or they could use all the same layers to make 6 Cards, 3 designs two of each. Both projects fitted into the matching tin.
All the projects used Cherry Cobbler, Gumball Green and the Be of Good Cheer Paper pack.
This is the Mini Photo Album, with the binder style edging its very sturdy.
And the matching Gift Tin. All six cards fit inside the tin.
Project Two was a Christmas Decoration in a Matching Storage/Gift Tin.
The Banner fits inside, concertina fold.
The glimmer cardstock is very sparkly.
This was Project 3. A Box of Tags using the Joyous Celebrations Stamp set.
If you want to play along, you can purchase the instructions for all three projects on the right.
Thanks for Looking,