Sunday, November 22, 2009

Merry Moments spent in my stamp studio

I love the metal embossing technique! My friend Terrie got a great deal on these awesome tins and was so gracious to share with me and I am transitioning them to my new candy tin.

I had a hard time finding a corner rounder that will work on them they are an odd size, but today I had success. So up to now I have been embossing them. They will fit 6 cards and envelopes perfectly or gift tags and Christmas thank you cards.
And of course 15 Hershey's nuggets!!

I used the Serene Snowflake stamp set with my embossing buddy heavy on the embossing buddy, silver encore ink and silver EP. Some left over Baha Breeze ribbon and I used the NEW Exclusive Stampin' Up! Sizzix Two tags die cut for the tag and the Merry Christmas stamp from Holiday Best ( level one hostess set) and the medallion from Baroque Motiff.

I love these little boxes! Perfect for small gifts! The ribbon is from last fall I have hoarded two rolls and now its almost gone! It is my all time favorite. The embellishment is from the Christmas Jingle Simply Scrappin' Kit and the SU exclusive tag die cut again.

Super simple but irresistible wrapped Hershey bars in DP from Merry Moments

The tag is the other tag on the Sizzix Two tag die cut it is scored and folds up with a nice hole already in the top. I used Baroque Motiff flourish embossed in silver and then the sentiment stamp is from Winter Post also embossed in silver and punched out with our designer label punch.
Get the hint this Exclusive Stampin' UP! Two Tags Die is a must have!!

This is a shot of some of the various little projects I have created for my craft show.

Hope you enjoyed these projects, Patti Lee my sleigh is super behind in posting as well and I have no excuse except a little blogger technical trouble, but all I had to do is call on
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She is truly the bomb, thanks Heather!!

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