The Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set and punch bundle is one of my favorite products in the 2016 Stampin’ Up holiday catalog. From my first peek at the new catalog, this cute set was on my MUST HAVE list! I love its versatility and the just plain irresistible images!
If you are like me, and want to add this set to your stamp collection then I have a class just for you. Join me on October 4 for the Cookie Cutter Christmas Class. Each participant will receive their own copy of the stamp set and coordinating punch. We will be creating 3 projects with this set during the class. Plus, I am going to be providing many other ideas for using this stamp set all year long. Look at this CUTE Valentine card I created with this set…
Aren’t those eskimos just the cutest?! I used markers to color them and added them to the card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals. The tiny red heart is also punched from the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch. I used the Labeler Alphabet stamp set to add my greeting to the card. Since it is a photopolymer set, it is easy to line up the letters so they are straight and I can create any sentiment I need. It was perfect for this card!
Don’t miss out! Tomorrow is the deadline to register for this class. The class fee is $50 and includes the stamp set, the coordinating punch, and three projects made during the class. Contact me today if you are interested, or click here to sign up now.
One final Seasonal Snapshot 2015 Christmas card to end our week. Lots of glimmer for this one. The Project Life Seasonal Snapshot 2015 stamp set has options when it comes to your Christmas cards and scrapbook pages. It was fun creating this different card from the same stamp set.
Seasonal Snapshot 2015 Christmas
The background was created by stamping the snowflake image multiple times in Smoky Slate. I can see how fun and useful this will be for my winter scrapbook pages and I can hardly wait for a snow day to take advantage of them! 🙂 I paired the Smoky Slate with Real Red and added lots of bling.
I hope you have enjoyed the different cards from the Project Life Seasonal Snapshot 2015 set that we have shared this week. Remember, this set is available in the new Holiday Catalog, and for only $16 it is a good bargain for the variety you receive. If you are interested in adding this stamp set to your collection, please let me know. And if you don’t even have a stamp collection yet, this is a great set to start with because you can do so much with it! Looking forward to hearing from you soon!
Today’s project is using the Project Life Seasonal Snapshot 2015 Christmas images. If you have been reading all week, you know this is the third card we’ve shared from this stamp set. It’s a fun and versatile set that will be useful from September through December. And it is certainly NOT just for scrapbooks, though it is perfect for that also.
I am loving the turquoise and red color combo. So much so, that I am using that color combination in my home and not just on my cards! It is so cheerful and bright that I had to use it on this Christmas card.
Seasonal Snapshot 2015 Christmas Card
I told you the other day that borders were super easy with this stamp set, because it is photopolymer and you can line it up without any problems as you stamp it. This card uses the 2nd border image in the set and I did not re-ink my stamp before I stamped it the second time so that it has a faded look. The words are also easy to line up and stamp straight because you can see exactly where you’re placing them as you stamp. The same is true for the tree and the star on top.
I will admit that I was not overly zealous about photopolymer stamp sets when they were first released. However, they have won me over and are now my favorite of the three types of stamps that Stampin’ Up! sells. Maybe you are a die hard fan of the wood stamp sets or the clear mount. I challenge you to give photopolymer a try and let me know what you think!
What: December Gift Class
When: Friday, December 13 at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Southside Community Church Conference Center in Paragould
The December Gift Class is coming this Friday, December 13. I think we will be thawed out by then! This event will allow you and your friends to enjoy some crafting time together and also mark an item off your shopping list. Join us to create a one-of-a-kind gift for someone special on your list!
During the class you will be making a pair of earrings, a gift box for the earrings and a matching greeting card. There will be many colors and styles of beads to choose from. The fish-hook style earring base is sterling silver. All supplies for the class are provided. The fee for the December Gift Class is only $15.
I know that making jewelry is new to some of you. But, good news! You do not need any experience making jewelry or even stamping. Beginners will be able to create a beautiful gift to share. Making the earrings is actually pretty quick and not difficult. There will be plenty of helpers to assist with your project if needed. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn something new!
We will also be giving away some holiday themed door prizes!!! And of course snacks and drinks are included. This will be our final class of the year. Please come and invite your friends to the December Gift Class.
You can RSVP here or leave a comment to let me know you’re planning to attend.
You probably already have your two front teeth, so I figured you might want something else for Christmas. How about a stampin’ fun Gift Certificate? These are now available! These certificates can be purchased in any amount. You can use these to purchase catalog product, or they can also be used to pay for classes, either regular or online (coming soon!) Pass the word and help me spread some holiday cheer!
The 12 Weeks of Christmas is here at last! This is a special gift I am providing only for my mailing list members. Each Wednesday, Oct. 2 through Dec. 18, I will be sending out a project idea for a holiday card, gift, decor, tag or wrapping. The email will include instructions for creating each item. You will only have access to these projects if you are on my mailing list. You can sign up for the mailing list using the form on the right. Be sure to do this before Wednesday so you don’t miss any of these cute and fun 12 Weeks of Christmas projects! You can copy these ideas exactly, or use them to jump-start your own creativity so you will have unique projects to share with your friends and family this Christmas.
This cute tin was from our Christmas in July class this year. It is an example of the kinds of ideas you will find in the 12 Weeks of Christmas emails. Hope you will join me for the next 12 weeks as we prepare to bless others during the holiday season!