Shanni’s Stampin’ Cornicopia part 3

Hi Friends

I have some more of the make & takes I made at our annual retreat this year.

As you have probably been able to tell the make & takes have had a Christmas theme, which is appropriate for this time of year, as we are all starting to think about home-made Christmas card, decorations and gifts.

Stampin’ Up! has an amazing range of products that can assist you in creating original, one-off gorgeous Christmas cards, decorations, gifts and gift-wrapping.  So if your looking for top quality, well priced, co-ordinating products to make your Christmas projects than contact me today or pop on over to my Stampin’ Up! shop by clicking on the shopping trolley and purchase your’s today.

Ok, want to see what else I made?

Xmas gift cards - red - Shanneans 1 day retreat

First off, we start with these sweet, simple and quick gift tags.  The Scalloped Tag Topper Punch and the new photopolymer Letterpress Winter stamp set for the snow flakes, which were stamped with Whisper White ink.  A snip of Real Red Satin Ribbon was used to complete these versatile gift tags.

Xmas gift cards - white - Shanneans 1 day retreat

I also made some white gift tags, however this time we used Real Red ink and Silver ink for the snowflakes with a touch of Silver Satin Ribbon.

Xmas gift tag - Shanneans 1 day retreat

Another gorgeous gift tag that actually matches with the card I showed you a couple of days ago using the An Open Heart stamp set and the Square Tag Topper Punch.

Xmas gift tag 1 - Shanneans 1 day retreat

 

The last of the gift tags also uses the An Open Heart stamp set and is part of the matching set with the above gift tag and the card posted previously.  It is made using the Banners Framelits.

Xmas candle - Shanneans 1 day retreat

 

Finally, I decorated a Christmas candle.  Using the An Open Heart stamp set to complete the set of matching projects this candle is so incredibly simple but so effective.  I have made similiar candles to this a few years back as gifts for my co-workers and really enjoy making them.  If you would like to learn how to make these candles or any of the projects shown here today then contact me to arrange a Stampin’ Up! demonstration, with 2-3 of your girlfriends.

I would love to hear you comments about my projects.

Thanks for visiting.

Tina xo

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