Okay this season is just passing me by! I can't seem to get it together this year! A bit behind for me. But here are a few packaging ideas for you for the dyed popcorn I posted last week.
I used our basic black cardstock and cut it our with our framelits and then embossed the stamped images on the bottle on the right. The bottle on the left is just with our chalkboard pen.
I had my annual luncheon with all my girlfriends from back in the days on sunday. We had such a great time crafting, game playing and just a lot of laughter!
One of the crafts we did was design your own mug. I purchased plain white mugs and used Oil Based sharpie pens in black. Once you have drawn on them you put them in the oven for 25 mins at 350 degrees. Everyone had fun making these.
Channeling pinterest today. Saw a card with similar layout and had to give it a whirl. Love this new Ornamental pine set. Looks so realistic. I added some dazzling diamond glitter to the pine cones to jazz it up a bit.
Ornamental Pine stamp set- #135105 for $25.95
Cardstock- whisper white, cherry cobbler
Ink- cherry cobbler, garden green
accessories- dazzling diamonds glitter, seam binding ribbon in cherry cobbler
Yesterday was an amazing day! What a perfect way to start of the holiday season! My downline and I hosted a Stampin Up! table at the 20th annual Seattle Symphony Winter Wonderland holiday muscial salute at the festive Sheraton in Seattle. This is an annual event that boasts fabulous pop up gift shops, a luncheon, and a concert of seasonal favorites by Principal Pops conductor Jeff Tyzik and the Seattle Symphony. Also performing the Northwest Boys choir apprentices. All contributions benefit the Seattle Symphony Players' Pension Plan. It was a great way to give back to a community that gives so much musical pleasure to all.
Here was our fabulous lunch
and the amazing Seattle Symphony playing seasonal favorites
Now back to reality!!!!
Today is the LAST day to order these hot deals peeps!