A beautiful homemade item for someone special is the perfect gift and Marzena and Mynn are showcasing just that today!
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Mynn shares an amazing and beautiful project today that you are just going to love! It is truly amazing! Let’s begin!
You better not pout…you better not cry! You better not shout, I’m tellin’ you why! Santa Claus is coming to town!!! Yep, he’s on his way, and sometimes he needs some help for some special gifts made by hand. I’m here with one such gift that I made using fabulous products from the Inspired By Stamping store! It’s a memory game that I made for my nieces…come take a peek!
I started by adding patterned paper to each tile. I then added green or red paper to the back of each tile and it’s opposite colored snowflake! I added images stamped from the Build a Stocking set, the Christmas Wreath set, and the Sugar & Spice set.
I then decided to cover the box with the same papers I used on the tiles. I also added a fun snowflake layered piece to the front and tied it all up with some ribbon.
I then decided to make a sweet little tag to add to the top of the box. This one was made using a sentiment and image from the Sugar & Spice stamp set. A bit of glitter and a few rhinestones finished the tag.
That’s all for me today! I hope you take a chance to go and grab our newest release from the store and, if you spend $50, you will get a free stamp set! Also, come and join in the fun of our current challenge, too! If you use products from the Inspired By Stamping store, link them up in the Customer Gallery as well! HUGS and happy stamping to you all!
|Build a Stocking stamp set|
|Sugar & Spice stamp set|
|Christmas Wreath stamp set|
Today at IBS we would like to inspire you to make a Christmas gifts.
I decided to embellish a glass scented candle with a Christmas look.
I glues a natural twin all around the glass and then added a strip of winter paper.
I tied all that with two twines, creme and beige, making a bow.
Then I hot glued the real cone I picked up some time ago from a park.
Lastly I stamped one of the Sugar&Spice stamp as a main sentiment
and cut out it with Fancy Labels3 Die oval die.
Finally I painted the cone with some white paint.
A very special thank you to our designers today for creating such amazing projects! They are absolutely stunning! Please leave a comment below.
We will be back tomorrow with a great tutorial by Leah!
With paper hugs, Joanna xx