Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Halifax Arts Festival-Daytona Beach

Wind Blown & Wind Burnt and but still Stampin!!
We had a beautiful weekend at the Halifax Arts Festival here in Daytona Beach. We met so many wonderful people and look forward to seeing some new faces joining our classes in the upcoming year. Paper crafting and Stamping is a wonderful hobby and has brought me much joy from the love of the art to the wonderful friendships along the way.

These are the NEW collection of Scrap Tins designed with Stampin' Up!s Simply Scrappin' Kits for this festival. They are all pre-assembled and just awaiting the Designer to insert their pictures and embellish them with the die cut adhesives provided with the kit. These are always great gifts and hot sellers.
If you are interested in attending a Scrap tin class to learn to make these beautiful tins or just want the instructions check out the link on the right hand side of my blog bar.

Rules of Chocolate Candy Tins an absolute perfect gift for anyone! Each tin is filled with Hershey's Assorted Nuggets wrapped in Designer Paper with the Rules of Chocolate little antidote in the top of the tin! I love the way these designs turned out. I love the Dove which is one of the Magnets that goes with the Movers & Shapers Die Cut and of course the Exclusive Top Note only sold by Stampin' UP!
More Scrap Tin Kits-Some Left for Sale-
If you would like one of these scrap tins shoot me an email

Hand Santiziers were a hot sale for stocking stuffers! Plus this adorable little gift card holder designed by my buddy Linda.

Now these Santa Hats will be filling trees all over Daytona this year! Another wonderful gift filled with Lindt chocolates, Bath & Body Works...these will be one of Holiday projects we learn in upcoming classes. Custom orders available for all the items above ready in time for the Holidays

1 comment:

kilroy said...

Your display looks great. I know all about that wind. We did a show Sunday in Bradenton Beach and it was still windy Sunday. We didn't do a Saturday show but heard it was worse.

I like the way you displayed the scrap tins this time.