Unfortunately, I forgot to pick up the camera until people were starting to leave the Christmas Party last evening . . . . I did grab a few quick pictures that I thought you might like to see. We had a great time eating, creating, and even singing! I always love the Christmas parties – they’re so much fun!
I wish I had thought to use the camera earlier in the evening to show the fun cards that were created in our game and the cute little baby that came to visit us and the gift exchange and . . . . .
If you missed the party this year, I hope you’ll make your plans to join us next year! What a great time!
I had a lot of fun with these little gingerbread men on their cookie sheet. Aren’t they cute? I got the idea for the cookie sheet from someone else and couldn’t resist making my own card. The brushed silver card stock makes a perfect cookie sheet! It has just the right amount of shine to it to look just right for cookie baking.
I hope you will plan to join us for the StampThat Christmas Party tonight! I’m off to continue work on the Jan-March Stampin’ Schedule (trying to get it ready for tonight but no guarantee) and of course party arrangements. See you tonight!
Today I want to share my version of a card my upline made recently. I love the Silver Glimmer Paper when combined with white and/or blue, it’s so brilliant!
Have you RSVP’d for the Christmas Party tomorrow evening? I hope you will plan to join us! The StampThat Christmas Party is always a favorite event of the year!
I was in an angel making mood yesterday! As I worked the words to Silent Night kept going through my head. Aren’t they lovely little angels? I made 11 more angels to go with the one I showed you the other day.
Most of these will be gifts but I made this set for myself. It might be hard to tell in the picture, but each angel has rhinestones on the dress, sleeves, sings and as a necklace. The halo for each is a vintage faceted button. They are so precious in real life!
This is my favorite of the three angels. I guess it’s something about the lacy looking DSP combined with the doily dies and the beaded head that matches so well.
I hope your weekend is off to a wonderful start. Thank you for stopping by today!
The Lovely as a Tree stamp set has been around forever, it seems, but it’s an old favorite! I saw a Christmas card similar to this one not long ago and I wanted to make my own version. It’s such a simple card but so lovely in its simplicity! I think this would make a lovely card for many occasions, a winter birthday, thinking of you and more. It’s nice to have a card idea you can make in just a matter of a couple minutes for those times when you need a last minute card.
Thank you for stopping by to visit today. I hope you have a wonderful Friday!
I am working on the January – March 2012 stamping schedule. Is there a class you would like to see on the schedule? Is there something you’ve been wanting to learn how to make? If you live long-distance, is there something you would like to see available by mail? I want to hear how I can help you be at your most creative level this winter. Please take a moment to leave a comment, I would love to have your input!
I th0ught I’d take a quick moment today to share this Christmas Tea Favor with you. The gold embossing, retired gold cord and Champagne Glimmer Paper are so beautiful with the Bravo Burgundy card stock. They shine so brilliantly!
Tonight is the Christmas Card Buffet, have you made your plans to join us? I have some card supplies left from various Christmas Card Classes this year. I am offering a Christmas Card Buffet on Tuesday, 6:30 tonight so you can make some extra cards. This will not be like normal Christmas Card classes. I will put out the supplies I have, you can choose to make whatever cards you would like from the supplies I have. You will work at your own pace for two hours, asking me questions as needed and make however many cards you would like. The cost is $1.50 per card with a minimum amount of $9.00 (6 cards). If you are interested, just give me a call or email. I hope you can join us!
Thank you for stopping by to visit today!
I’m so excited about this beautiful little angel, aren’t you? What a cute little ornament for any tree. I’m guessing it’s about 3 1/2 inches high. I think these ornaments would be perfect gifts for teachers, volunteers, . . . or anyone! I can’t wait to make more! I made this ornament with the Candelight Christmas Specialty DSP, a Vintage Faceted Button and the doily dies. Really fun!
I want to make sure you saw the second post I made yesterday. Stampin Up! is offering Christmas Ornament Kits while supplies last. You can get the supplies for 10 ornaments for just $14.95. Wow! What a great deal! You can see more details when you follow the link.
I hope you have a wonderful Tuesday. . . see if you can work in a little stamping today!
Did you miss the ornament class earlier in the fall? Did you want to make multiples of this ornament? Stampin’ Up! is offering a kit to make 10 of these ornaments for just $14.95! Check out the details below and place your order while supplies last – I’m sure they’re not going to last long!
The Ornamental Elegance Kit (132832) is $14.95 and includes:
- Die-Cut Cardstock Elements
- Cherry Cobbler 3-1/2″ Scalloped Tulle Ribbon
- Natural Linen Thread
- Vintage Faceted Designer Buttons
- Large Pearl Basic Jewels
You will need to supply:
- Glue gun
You can place your order right now at http://Shop.StampThat.com