Sunday, 15 November 2009

Stamp With Us

Okay a couple of weeks ago Stamp With Us had some online classes.  Unfortunately I didn't manage to get many of them completed however the PDFs are downloaded and saved somewhere safe for me to refer to when I get the chance.  There were some amazing projects and cards and I love taking part as everyone is so friendly.  The chats get a bit wild!  Here are a couple of things I did mange to get done!

The first picture shows everything.

First up, a card which was a sketch challenge for which I won a prize! Yay! 

Supplies - all Stampin' Up!
Stamps - Season of Joy
Paper - Holiday Treasures
Card - Whisper White, Ruby Red, Old Olive and Chocolate Chip
Ink - Chocolate Chip, Ruby Red and Old Olive
Ribbon - Chocolate Chip

The second is a box designed by the fabulously talented (and demonstrator of the year) Monica.  A great idea for a gift box.  I don't think I can bear to part with mine though!

Supplies - all Stampin' Up!
Stamps - Season of Joy
Paper - Ski Slope
Card - Whisper White, Real Red and Bashful Blue
Ink - Bashful Blud and Old Olive
Ribbon - Real Red

This was another great box (although from the picture you can't really tell it is a box, but it is, promise!) and a bag of reindeer poo designed by Zoe.  The box is actually made to fit a box of Maltesers.  Now how cool is that?  I would love to receive a box of Maltesers is a handmade box like this, wouldn't you?  However it could be used as a standard gift box for anything you like!

Supplies - all Stampin' Up!
Malteser Box:
Stamps: Yummy
Card - Real Red, Chocolate Chip, Old Olive and Whisper White
Paper - Ski Slope
Ink - Real Red
Ribbon - Real Red
Tools - Nestabilities

Reindeer Poo Bag:
Stamps - A Jolly Holly Christmas
Card - Real Red, Old Olive and Whisper White
Paper - Ski Slope
Ink - Chocolate Chip
Tools - Nestabilities
Other - Cello Bag and Choc Raisins!

The only item that is in the top photo that I've not detailed is the wreath.  It was for another challenge which was to make a picture from punches.  Now I'm limited on SU! punches so I did a search on the internet and saw this.  It uses the scallop oval punch and was great for using up all my Old Olive scraps.

I can't wait for the next round in the New Year!

1 comment:

Keep It Sweet and Simple said...

What a fabulous collection of projects. They would make a great set for a Christmas pressie.
Caroline xxx