Monday, November 30, 2009

Lounging around my stamp studio

Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving. We went home as a family for the first time since moving from Brandon to Daytona and it was wonderful.
I was blessed to spend some quality time(not nearly enough) with my Serenity Stamper Linda Clendening over the weekend and she gave me a Thanksgiving gift like the one above but in a Thanksgiving motiff. I had to rush home and make some. This is definately one of the projects we will be doing at our easy gift class on December 12th- Saturday from 10-2pm.
This is what it looks like from the top. I made spice bread for all my customers who orders arrived this week and are picking them up! It is a bread box, with bread actually in it. Yes I baked. Well... truthfully my husband did help with that part.
Perfect gift for neighbors, co-workers, teachers, etc.. I sure hope my customers like them!!
Taken with Teal Card stock/Ink and the Holiday Lounge Designer Series paper
Stamps: Retired SAB set from last year

This is a new lil dilly I made with my NEW petal card die cut that arrived today. I think I have waited a year to get this and make it. Another Serenity Stamper Vicky DiFabrizio made these last year for a craft show and I just thought they were too cute!! Perfect for table party favors and just a sweet gesture of sweetness!! Wrapped inside is a Ghiradelli chocolate!Perfect for lunch box surprises!!
Sentiment is from the level 2 Holiday punch set. Holiday Lounge is the DP.1/2" real red grosgrain ribbon.

I love the postage stamp of Santa Claus in that Holiday Punch Level 2 set.
I stamped it in teal ink on whisper white and adhered it to the top of the wrapped chocolate.
I really had fun making these thanks girls for the inspiration! This is the fun part of being an upline you teach them a few things then they teach you alot of things!!

1 comment:

linda74 said...

Girlie Girl - you are too funny!!! I am so happy that you liked the idea of the Bread Box - I fell in LOVE with it and my class really enjoyed making them too. Too funny that you ran home to make some right away!! I LOVE it that we can share ideas and really enjoyed our time together over the holidays! Wow - this REALLY is FUN being a demonstrator!!!! Who knew???!!!?? (heehee) :o) Linda