I Wish Simply Scrappin’ Kit
Real Red 12 x 12 cardstock
Old Olive 5/8 inch Grosgrain ribbon
Small cellophane bags
Curly Label Punch Bundle
Kiwi Kiss A4 cardstock
Whisper White A4 cardstock
Riding Hood Red 5/8 inch striped grosgrain ribbon
From the Kitchen of stamp set
Thanks x 2 Simply Sent Card Elements & More Kit
More Thoughts Simply Sent Kit
2U Simply Sent Card Elements & More Kit
No One Like You Simply Sent Kit
Dress Up Ribbon Originals
Valet Ribbon Originals
Button Latte Designer Buttons
Button Bouquet Designer Buttons
Pigtails Ribbon Originals
Petal Party Simply Scrappin’ Kit
Rock-a-bye Girl Simply Scrappin’ Kit
Rock-a-bye Boy Simply Scrappin’ Kit
Sweet Nothings Simply Scrappin’ Kit
Hoppy Memories Simply Scrappin’ Kit
Just Jawing stamp set
Bold Brights A4 assorted cardstock
Real Red Stampin’ Write marker
Brilliant Blue Stampin’ Write marker
Glorious Green Stampin’ Write marker
On Board 5 x 5 Art Journal
Click here to download your Christmas wish list, fill it out and give it to your family members and friends.
My contact details are on there, and I offer a free Christmas gift-wrapping service on request for orders of $100 or more placed before the 15th of December.
Here are some of the things I’ve been making with the goodies on the list above………. This is a 7’s box. You can find the tutorial to make this box on Marelle Taylor’s website here.
I’ve used the Scallop Square Punch (which you can earn this month for free!) and the hostess set called Punches Three on my box. You can earn this set for free too by hosting your own in-home workshop or by spending $300 or more on Stampin’ up! goodies :). To get the two-toned image, I stamped the Merry Christmas stamp twice, once on Very Vanilla and once on Kraft cardstock. I punched out the Scallop Square image and cut around the greeting on the Kraft before mounting it on Stampin’ Dimensionals. I also punched out a Scallop Square “window” before I stuck the box together.
The ribbon is Riding Hood Red striped grosgrain, available only for a couple more weeks in the Spring Mini Catalogue.
You can’t see it very well in the picture, but I’ve stamped the snowflake image from Winter Post in White Stazon as a background on the box…….which gives a really subtle effect.
Here’s another great idea using the I Wish Simply Scrappin’ Kit. These kits really simplify your scrapbooking so that you can literally do a page in minutes!
The kits come with diecut stickers, cardstock and exclusive double-sided papers. You can add embellishments such as chipboard and ribbon…..but the basics are all there to put your pages together.
You can also make a large pile of Christmas cards with these kits:
For most of the cards above, I’ve just used what comes in the kit (you can even make your own ribbon by cutting thin strips of cardstock and distresing it before tying it in a bow or knot)
Here’s a close up of one of the cards I made with the kit, just adding some Double Stitched Chocolate Chip Grosgrain ribbon to finish.
I’ll be back soon with information about this month’s Christmas card Stamp-A-Stacks!