Saturday, November 28, 2009

HUGE SALE Reminder...

Just wanted to remind you that you have until THIS MONDAY (the 30th) to take advantage of the FABULOUS Holiday Extravaganza Stampin' Up! is offering! (And you DON'T HAVE TO FIGHT THE LINES AND TRAFFIC AND PARKING, etc.!!! :) ) Seriously...I can't believe HOW AMAZING these offers are! I don't want you to miss out so make sure you check out the list! (Click on the picture above to be taken to my post with the lists so you can see everything on sale!) One of my favorite bundles is the FRAMED WITH LOVE Bundle. You get the Framed With Love Stamp Set AND the Full Heart punch for like $6.00 LESS THAN what JUST the STAMP SET costs normally! Get a discount on the stamp set PLUS A FREE PUNCH!!! Seriously...I am SO EXCITED still. :) Anyway: here are a few projects that I recently made with this stamp set. It's SO much fun! First up...
Here is a fun treat holder that would be great for teacher gifts, co-workers, etc. You could even put an ornament in the bag and make it more Christmas-y or for whatever occasion you needed. I just took a 3x4 piece of Pretty in Pink textured card stock and folded it in half. Then put it on top of a small cello bag and staple. Cover up the staples with ribbon or your decor. (Change the size of the card stock and use the medium or large cello's as well.) Decorate however you want and you have a cute treat all ready to go! Here is a pic of just the topper...

The color combo is again Pretty in Pink, Chocolate Chip, and Melon Mambo. I know I've used this combo quite a bit lately....it's my fave. :)
Here is another treat that would be perfect to hold any small item...

This is actually done with the Big Shot Bag With Scallops Die. Instead of folding the Scalloped Flap down, I just kept it up and made it an open box. Here is a picture of the box without the treat bag in it...
I love that image in the scallop circle at top. All of these stamped images (except for the "friend to friend" sentiment are using the "Framed With Love" stamp set. Too much fun! And such a versatile set. The color combo here is Kraft, Chocolate Chip, Not Quite Navy, and Old Olive.
Thanks for visiting! Hope you're inspired. :)

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