So of course I needed a name for the class...and since I didn't want to just do one holiday, I did the three that are coming up...Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas...so Holiday Mash Up was born.
I decided to offer cards and projects because like I said- the Holiday Catalog is FULL of delicious goodies! And I wanted to let my guests try a variety before they ordered.
So here we were...
He came together rather quickly, so I can definitely see me making more for future events to welcome my guests.
Then we started on the projects and cards for the day... Halloween first.
I really like how versatile the Stampin up Curvy Keepsake die is:
Not only did I make the penguin above with it, but we also made this:
Then we moved onto another treat box:
The card we made came out really cute as well...
Although we are (or should be) thankful all year round, I thought a nice little Thankful Journal would be appropriate for one of the projects:
We made a set of 4 note cards using the For All Things stamp set: I cased the first card from an idea from Brian King- Stamp with Brian His card looked more square, but I adapted it for a notecard. I used Crumb Cake Cardstock for the base, Soft Suede, Smoky Slate and Whisper White card stock. For the ink, I used Smoky Slate and Soft Suede.
They came out really well, and are perfect for just adding a little note and popping in the mail.
Back to using the Curvy Keepsake die, and an idea from Pinterest- we made these cute little Santa boxes. They'll be cute to hold little gifts or treats.
Another stamp set we used-Bright and Beautiful. It has coordinating framelits and it's so pretty
and for a fun card, I cased this from Dawn's Stamping Thoughts but added my own touch to it.
How would you like to get an exclusive FREE stamp set from Stampin' Up!? From now till Oct 31, if you have a class and it's $300 (before shipping/tax) then you can get the exclusive Good Greetings set! See the flyer below, and contact me if you have any questions or want to have a class/party at your house.