Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Packaging Solutions with Stampin' Up!


Just a quick post today as I am in the throes of preparing for a Facebook event on Saturday called Stampin' Up! Holiday Solutions! This is a free event that will show you some simple ways that Stampin' Up! can help you with your Christmas and other holiday preparations.

Part of those preparations is packaging gifts and treats! One of the things I will demonstrate on Saturday is how to create custom sized boxes and bags for small gifts out of our Designer Series Paper and cardstock. This is especially timely with our Designer Series Paper Promotion on now!

Take a look at the bag and box I made:

I don't want to give away too many details about these projects right now as I will be demonstrating how to figure out the measurements you need depending on the size of the article you want to package and how to cut and assemble it. I am focussing on the Poinsettia Place DSP for these activities.

You can join in the festivities at any time Saturday and beyond by joining this Facebook Group:

The actual event will be held live on Saturday, Oct. 24th, 2020 from 10:00 - 10:45 am and it's free to attend, but you can attend any time after that for a week, before the group will be closed. I am running the event along with Marion Hall, a member of my downline.

Here are the details of the Designer Series Paper Promotion:

Stock up now to help you with your Holiday Preparations!

If you live in Canada, and don't have a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, I'd love to be yours. I can help you with ideas, get you catalogues and provide you with Stampin' Up products. You can leave a message in the comments or contact me using any of the methods listed in the right side bar at the top of the page. You can shop with me from anywhere in Canada by clicking on the SHOP NOW button in the top menu or clicking on any of products below from my Online Store.

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