Well yesterday got away from me and by the time I was ready last night to try to post our internet connection wasn’t working….so I’ll try to post twice today once now and again later.
This Friday (well I guess now that is tomorrow) I have my December class and it is themed “Holiday Tags & More” – I wanted everyone to make some quick little projects to finish up their gift wrapping. So we’ll be making some tag projects, a cute ornament and a little box. I designed the tin full of Ornament Tags for the class – but unfortunately it won’t be part of the class on Friday. Why? Well when I went to get out more tins I only had 2 left – I don’t know what happened to all the others that I had. Actually, now that I’m thinking about it those were the tins I used for the holiday bazaar a couple of months ago – that must have been where they went. Well darn – it is a beautiful project so you will just have to recreate it at home. I suppose you can just make the tags without the tin maybe we’ll do that instead – once it was empty you could use it to hold a gift card. So it was a double duty project – tags and a gift card holder…..
Stampin’ Up! Supplies that I used:
- Christmas Cocoa Specialty Designer Series Paper
- Delightful Decorations stamp set
- Ornament Punch
- Real Red card stock and classic ink
- Soft Suede card stock and classic ink
- Stampin’ Dimensionals
- 3/4″ and 1″ circle punch, 1/16″ and 1/8″ handheld circle punch
- silver cord
- Real Red Grosgrain Ribbon
- Tombow Multipurpose Adhesive
- Corner Rounder punch
- metal tin – like an Altoids tin
- white embroidery thread
This project features the Ornament Punch – if you don’t already have this punch and it is on your wish list order soon – it is in the Holiday Mini Catalog which ends on January 4th. It may not be available again after that – Stampin’ Up! hasn’t told us yet. I hope it is because there are many other things you can do with this punch. And I haven’t had the chance to try them all or share them all either.
For the Late Night Stamper’s 12 Days of Christmas challenge – this is my Day 6 project.