We are almost there…eeek! My Mom arrived today so we are full into Holiday Mode!
I just want to share these simple and pretty Gift Tags. You can download the pdf here:
Just add some ribbons and a special message on the inside and you are good to go!
Remember Melissa has something for you tomorrow! Hope you are enjoying this special time with your loved ones.
I cannot believe how fast time is going! Can you believe that Christmas is this week!
I just clipped my papers and arranged my digital elements to make this sweet little gift:
I also made slits in the folds to thread my ribbon through to tie the box closed and just make it even prettier!
I also printed out the tags that is included in the Element Pack and just added a TO: and FROM:
And dont forget to visit Melissa’s Blog Tomorrow!
I hope you are enjoying this! We are having such fun putting this together for you!
We are half way…just 6 more days till Christmas!
I have one very quick and cute little project that can be done for Stocking Stuffers or Tree Ornaments.
You can download the Candy Cane File HERE
Print the Candy Cane PDF. Trim the individual wrappers.
Roll it around a pen/pencil.
Adhere along the edge length with double sided tape to form a tube.
Fold the Bottom over.
Insert your treats. Use a pen to push it down to the bottom.
Roll the top around a pen/pencil to form the top curve of the candy cane.
Decorate and enjoy this cute treat!
So cute! Hope you enjoy!
Dont forget to check Melissa’s Blog Tomorrow!
Woohoo! Day 4 is here! Today I am doing some Gift Card Holders. These are super easy to make and assemble in a jiffy!
Create your template in your Photo Editing Software and prepare for printing. Kelleigh has an awesome step by step at the Hybrid Chick Blog.
Print out your templates. Trim and Score and fold along the dotted lines as shwn.
Cut a thin slit just a little bit larger than your ribbon on the folded sides as shown here. Thread your Ribbon through. Here is the inside after the Pocket has been added.
Embellish!!! Add those yummy little details! I used some buttons and ribbon scraps to make little mistletoe bunches!
Sorry about the bad lighting..it seems the only time I get a little time for myself it usually is late at night!
Don’t forget to check the Hybrid Kid Blog tomorrow for another installment in this fun blog hop!
I actually made these a few weeks ago but because I did not have a camera I never took photos. I used the Fashion Plate goodie that was a part of the Black Friday deals at TDC. These Printables come pre-assembled all you have to do is just print them out at home and put it all together. I decorated mine with some goodies from my scrapping stash – some die-cuts and flowers and of course buttons! I also used a stamp set by Hero Arts.
After months of oohing and aahing I decided it is time for me to make my own Glimmer Mist (It is always sold out and if I want it now I want it now!!! ROFL!) Here is the recipe if anyone is interested! Glimmer Mist with Pearl Ex.
Here is a bit of a close up but you still cannot see the ‘Glittery Prettiness’ very well…
But trust me it is gorgeous!!! The butterfly is all sparkly.
I twisted Melissa’s arm to get involved with this impromptu blog hop. As usual she cannot say no to me! lol
I am going to share this quick and easy wrappers. All you need is either a Paper Bag or a Cellophane Treat Bag. Fill it up with some goodies (IDEAS: Candy, Hot Chocolate, Homemade Cookies etc.).
Print out the Snow Much Fun Wrapper PDF. Trim the papers and punch out the tags ( I used the Marvy Uchida Mega Punch). Wrap around your bags and as easy as that you have something super simple and so cute!
Dont forget to visit Mel’s Blog tomorrow for more Christmas Goodness!
I created this beautiful Advent Calendar for the Hybrid Chick. You can see the instructions and supply list on their Blog HERE.
I have gotten quite a few questions as to what ‘Activities’ I included…well to be honest this is our first year doing a little calendar like this (and so far my dd LOVES it! ) but most of my inspiration came from this blog post by 24/7 Moms – 25 Days of Christmas
I hope you enjoy!