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Sunday, 28 September 2014

Stamp Set Showcase Week 12 (1)

Wellcome to the New Stamp Set Showcase and this week it is a week for the Kids, big, small and never aging Kids everywhere
So this week is all about 
VISIONS OF SANTA
There is 4 gift box ideas and 3 cards
And the many positions of a dancing, prancing, exercising santa!

Todays project begins with one of Stampin Up's newest Kraft  Boxes
the  Tiny Treat Boxes


these fab little boxes are perfect for making Valentines treats or dressing up for that extra special if teeny gift .... you know the ones I means? The Girls Best friend kind of gifts he he

But today I have stamped the boxes with each of the Santa's and the reindeer dancing Santa using Cherry Cobbler Ink
The background snowflakes were stamped in metalic Gold Encore ink
The White stars are free hand drawn using a White uni ball Gel Pen
And Santa's hair, beard & cuffs have been given the same treatment  with the Gel pen, as have the Reindeer'santlers.
I felt it was in keeping with their nordic styling.
Remember to stamp the box whilst it is still flat packed, otherwise the job is much harder.

Next I stamped the Naughty, Nice, Fabulous stamp onto Whisper White cardstock using Black Stazon ink
Pinch the sentiment out using the Large Oval Punch, add a couple of mini silver brads and then using Stampin Dimensionals, layered onto Cherry Cobbler Cardstock, die cut using the Scallop Oval punch. 
Wrap around a piece of 1/8" Real Red Taffeta ribon, & tie a bow.
Attach the label to the box using Stampin dimensionals


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Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.







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