It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas …

Hello Stampin’ Friends,

Today I would like to share with you some wonderful samples from the Stampin’ Up! Get Inspired blog and Senior Staff Writer Cindy B.

Her projects were so pretty I just had to share, it really is beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

If you’re a papercrafter, Christmas is probably one of your busiest times of the year. And I don’t know about you, but I pretty much want everything in this year’s holiday catalog . . . so deciding what to buy has become a serious problem for me! Is anyone else in the same boat? Here are some great samples …

Introducing the beautiful Nature’s Peace Stamp Set . Here’s what it looks like when you emboss it using VersaMark ink, Gold Stampin’ Emboss Powder, and the Heat Tool.

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A gorgeous product from the holiday catalog is the Bright & Beautiful Stamp Set. Use it to make a fun gift package. (Tip: cut the top of a Petite Café Gift Bag using the Large Scallop Edgelits Die.)

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I used the same stamp set to create a tag that doubles as a Christmas tree ornament—and put it on one of our Takeout Boxes for a cute gift.

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Here’s a fast and easy card made using the adorable Cheerful Christmas Stamp Set.

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Last of all, check out this idea for a treat bag—again using that awesome Bright & Beautiful Stamp Set.

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If you haven’t seen the holiday catalog yet, click here (US)—then tell us which products are YOUR very favorites!

Cindy B.
Sr. Staff Writer

Don’t you just love Cindy’s projects! What wonderful ideas and great tips. You can see Cindy’s post by Clicking HERE!

Stay Warm & Have a great day ~

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