Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Stamp Club Christmas Party

Today is my annual Stamp Club Customer Appreciation Christmas Party! I've been working pretty hard all week to get ready for it. We'll be playing some games, stamping a pretty cool project, and enjoying each other's company with some tasty treats to go along with it.

In a quick post, I wanted to show you some of the things I have ready for the night.

Our make & take is particularly cool. It's not an original design. I got it from Sally at Sallystampers and she got the original idea from another demonstrator whose name I can't recall, but the design is brilliant and though I changed up a few details, mostly because I didn't have enough of the same materials for the crowd I have coming, I mainly used the same elements as she did because I loved them so much.

Every year, as a perk for my Stamp Club members, I create some jewelry from the holiday trinkets that year. This year is no exception and the snowflake trinkets from the retired Snowflake Showcase made great earrings and necklaces.

I'm so glad we still have the Wood Crate Framelits, because along with the Window Box Thinlits, they are the only ones that can hold any substantial amount of treats. I die cut the two parts needed for each box out of Whisper White Thick cardstock and then embossed both pieces with the Pinewood Planks Dynamic Embossing Folder before assembling the two pieces. It didn't take too long before I had enough of them for treat holders for all the attendees of the party. I added some punched shapes for the labels and used an old set - Little Letters Framelits - for the initials of the recipients. I never got rid of that set because of the size of the letters. Perfect for this kind of job.

And that's all the energy I have left in me tonight! You can purchase any of the supplies listed below from me if you want to create any of these projects, unless they are already retired.

Product List
Big Shot
Sprig Punch
Little Letters Thinlits Die
Little Letters Thinlits Die

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