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Christmas Catch Up no.# 2

Have you LIKED my Facebook Page?

If not, you won't have seen these 3D Stampin' projects I created last week to help cheer up someone else's Christmas.

I love finding 3D project inspiration rather than just cardmaking ideas or scrapbooking ideas for using our Stampin' Up! products. It's always so nice to give a little handmade gift or decorate the house with unique handmade projects rather than just making cards.

So to get you inspired for next year, here's what I created.

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These little dudes have green and red M&M's in the legs and two Ferrero Rochers in the bodies (to help them sit up).

The feet are made using the Top Note Die and the Wide Oval Punch. The bows on the shoes are either just the old retired Butterfly Punch (very simple) or . . . wait for it . . . exciting!!!

Bows made with the Envelope Punch Board!!

The colours are Cherry Cobbler and Gumball Green to match the M&Ms. And did you know we can still get the extra skinny Cello bags? They are on page 160 of the Stampin' Up! Annual Catalogue - just $4.50 for a pack of 50!

What else did we make?

Using the Simply Fabulous Simply Sent Kit on page 161 of the Annual Catalogue, and the Envelope Punch Board, we came up with this :

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We've gone with gorgeous soft Pistachio Pudding and Smokey Slate colour scheme and did you notice the Christmas baubles on the card are the off-cuts from the cracker?

Some very fun projects to share.

I'll be definitely showing these to the Stamp Club girls in 2014. If you've ever thought about joining a stamp club, I am planning to start a daytime one this year, in addition to my Thursday night one. Please let me know as soon as possible if you would like to be a part of it. Each stamp club is restricted to 6 members for 6 months so each member gets a chance to earn the hostess benefits for themselves.

You can text me on 0418 361 931 or email me [email protected]

Talk soon!


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Mary Kelly

Hi Kathryn
Love your Bon Bon - the colour is gorgeous, and I am so Impressed that you used the off cuts for the decorations on the matching card. Very clever!!

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