HUGE GIVEAWAY ALERT!
Okay, since it's Christmas, Emma decided to give away TWELVE of her FAVORITE things to ONE LUCKY person! She will announce one of the prizes for each day in her video! So by the 12th day, you will see ALL 12 items that ONE lucky person will be receiving! All you have to do is leave your comments each day! It's that simple! ALSO, **VERY IMPORTANT** Please leave your contact information so we can contact you "IF" YOU are the lucky winner!
Wow, the 12 days are now over. I had so much fun designing projects, but as much fun looking at all the great stuff the other members of our design team made! So, here is my final project for our blog hop.
Now, who doesn't want a bit of chocolates at holiday times? This is totally something you could whip a bunch of in no time flat. I bought these little clear bags from Clearbags. I swear these were made perfectly to hold the Hershey Nuggets. It holds 6 with enough room to fold over the top. And then you can design some super cute toppers for them.
I used one of the new sets with the Vintage Stitched Label die. I didn't stamp on it all all. It's just the base for the cute fibers and button. These labels can take even the simplest project, dress it up, and it becomes a super cute treat to give. The button/flair is from Paper Play Studios. She has lots of cute flair. You can find Tamara on Facebook...her site is down for maintenance. I simply made a backdrop with some red fiber type ribbon I have, tied a little bow with hemp for Liz's Paper Loft Boutique, added the fair, and with that, you're finished! Now, how easy are these?!
I made one other using a different set of dies.
Same thing, totally different look. For this one I used the same Vintage Stitched Label Die, but folded it in half vertically. I then made a topper for it using the Scallop & Stitched Circle Die. I used a stamp from All Around Goodies Stamp Set. I have a stash of tiny little buttons for all seasons and found this cute little snowman to put in the center.
Again, I wrapped a bit of hemp around and tied a little bow. These aren't super fantastic creations, but sometimes you need a bunch of something, and these are so easy to do, you could make a whole lot in a very short time. Great for teachers, the mail carrier, tuck in a stocking, co-workers...the list could go on and on. Make some of these for yourself, they will be loved by whoever you give them to.
Paper Play Studio ~ Doing maintenance
Don't forget to hop, leave some comments, and one winner will be chosen to receive an amazing set of Miss Emma's favorite things. I'm telling you, it is an awesome gift!