We really did stamp this month!

November has really been a busy stampin’ time here.  I had many stamp classes as well as Stamp Camps and Clubs to boot.  Now add in a few craft shows and you have ONE busy busy month! 

This months stamp camp was a lot of fun and I am so excited to share with you the projects we made.  My focus for stamp camps this month has been "gift" giving.  I think we mastered that this month.  LOL!  Here are a few projects and I am also including they instructions so you can make these projects in your home.  🙂  I hope you enjoy them.

 This adorable little box is actually a box that can hold those cute little mini loaves that you bake.  Now since I am not really a baker or COOK for that matter, I made a cute little table center with pine cones and such for my Thanksgiving Day table setting.  I used the stamp set Harvest Home.  We watercolored the image using ink pads.  I did emboss the image using Basic Black Craft ink and Clear Embossing Powder to make it an easy watercoloring image. 

Bread Box

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Click HERE to download the instructions!

 

 

 

Next project was SUPER cute and SUPER easy!  I think I heard a few of my stampers squeal when they made this. 🙂

Christmas Mini Book

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This opens up and has layers of cardstock inside to place pictures on.  I used Green Mono Glue to keep the Big Felt Flurries Snowflake on.  Love that Ski Slope Designer Paper.  It really is a BEAUTIFUL Designer Paper. 

 

 

Next is a simple little Kit Kat bar covered with Designer Paper from one of the Prints Packs.  I ***LOVE*** the Country Living Holiday Collection Kit and EVERYTHING inside that Kit.  The stamp set is WELL worth the money!!!

Kit Kat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click HERE for the instructions for the Kit Kat and Mini Scrapbook!

 

 

Then we did these adorable Chocolate Peppermint Sticks!  I love this idea because they are simple, and you can make a ton of them FAST. These are great little trinket gifts to give to those friends you just cannot live without.  I have a ton of people like that.  They just make me smile.  🙂

Choco Sticks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I have used sooooooooooo many of the Season of Cheer Rub on’s by Stampin’ Up! this year.  Besides Chit Chat being my favorite Rub On’s, Season of Cheer ranks right up there.  If you have the punches, then this set of Rub ons is right up your alley.  Nothing seems better to me than rubbing on a sentiment and then punching it out.  This is what makes this sooooo fun and simple.  I am sure I will be asked where I got those yummy chocolate peppermint sticks…. COSTCO. 

Click HERE for the instructions!

 

Lastly, our Stamp Camp ended with the cute Snowman Tins.  I loved making these tins this year.  They are Snowman Soup!  I posted this a little while back on my blog HERE!

Now HERE are the instructions!

 

I hope these little projects bring you some stampin’ cheer!  I know they did to myself and my customers.  🙂

NOW BIG NEWS!  I will be doing a 12 days of Christmas Gift Giving Blitz starting on Thanksgiving Day!  There will be tons of fun projects just in time for you to make for the Holidays!  You must sign up for the newsletter in order to receive them.  You will see the SIGN UP on the right column of my SIDE BAR! 

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