Well, it's time to say goodbye to a wonderful blog hop brought to you from the Remarkable Stampers. The theme for this was last minute Holiday items. Well, this is about as last minute as it comes. I got home ten minutes ago and whipped this together using SU's sticky letters, glitter, paper and ribbon. I had some oblong coasters and used those for the base. The picture doesn't really do it justice. Thank you for your comments! Please take time to visit Becky as I know you'll love whatever she has created. Thank you and come back and visit soon!
Okay, I apologize!!! Please don't throw anything at me, but all I had time for today was a Christmas Card. I manage a department store and was at work all day. Then I had to deejay a ballroom dance at the Community Center. I was going to try and get something else made, but alas I ran out of time. I will do better tomorrow. Thank you for all your kind comments so far in the blog hop. Make sure you visit Becky and I'll talk with you tomorrow!
Welcome back to day 2 of the Remarkable Holiday Blog Tour. I hope you enjoyed looking at all of the great creations yesterday and know that you'll be excited about the second day's "stuff". I've always wanted to try and make one of these and finally got up the nerve. I was home sick with a really bad cold and had lots of time on my hands, so I'd do a few steps, take a nap, a few more steps, take a nap.... I'm pleased with how it turned out. I had seen this made with numerous different papers, but never as a Christmas stationary box. I made this entirely with the SU Simply Scrappin Christmas Jingle and the SU Dasher Stamp. This is what it looks like open: And finally, the innards: I took this to work with me and showed it to one person and ended up with three orders. I told them I had to finish the blog tour before I could make any more of these. Thank you for all of your comments! Don't forget to click on Becky's blog to get to the next stop. See you tomorrow....
Welcome to the Remarkable Holiday Blog Tour. This is a gift bag that I made using an ordinary white lunch bag from the grocery store. The base of the panels is Stampin Up Kraft. I mounted the SU patterned paper on White for the cover and stamped the tree from Snow Swirled with Versamark. The sentiment is from SU's Four the Holidays and is also stamped with Versamark. They were both embossed with SU Silver Detail EP. The ribbon is SU's Whisper White 5/8" organza. I punched the holes at the top with an SU punch and added pearls for little more glamour. I hope you like it. If you'd like the dimensions of snything, please let me know. Thank you for leaving your comments and have a blessed and peaceful day. Make sure you take time to visit ALL the ladies on the Blog Tour. Your next stop is Becky and I'm sure you'll love what she has waiting for you. Just click on her name and you'll magically be taken to her blog.
Hope you're getting ready for our Holiday Blog Tour. There are 22 stops on the tour and I know everyone has been getting things ready to really WOW you. The tour starts at midnight and I'm seriously contemplating staying up to check out everyone else's blogs. Please don't forget to leave comments. See you at midnight!
Hi there. I'm a Stampin Up Consultant on the Western Slope of the Colorado Rockies. I enjoy stamping, quilting, cross-stitching, needlepointing, knitting, skiing....and too many other wonderful things to mention. I manage a department store full-time and teach partner dancing part-time. I am currently maintaining two blogs: stampyourselfsilly.blogspot.com and dancingintherockies.blogspot.com. Thank you for stopping in to visit.