Stamping Sunday Blog Hop - Stocking Fillers

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 Welcome to the Stamping Sunday Design Team Blog Hop.

I'm Denita, from Australia - you may be starting with me, or have hopped from Ruth in the UK?

It's the 3rd Sunday in the month of November, and our creations follow our theme; 'Stocking Fillers'.

I have made Gift Card Holders.

A staple when it comes to gift giving, and I have a little step-by-step you can see here.

 My Gift Card Holders have been made from 'A Walk in the Forest Designer Series Paper'.

I have added Christmas stockings, stamped & die cut from the totally adorable 'Sending Cheer Bundle' to the front of my Gift Card Holders.
Adhering to a 'Tailor Made Tag' from 'Balmy Blue' cardstock, and a few scattered 'Loose Silver Sequins'.

Inside the Gift Card Holder is a slider which holds the said 'Gift Card', and plenty of room to write a Christmas message.

I made the 'Gift Card' to size, adding the white heat embossed 'Merry Christmas' sentiment from the 'Celebrate With Tags' stamp set.

An another sweet treat for a 'Stocking Filler'...

A little 3D number measuring 3" x 11"
Score: 1/2"/1"/4"/4-1/2"/7-1/2"/8"
Punch a circle in the middle of the 4" panel using the 2-3/8" Circle Punch.
Burnish the score lines with a 'Bone Folder' and fold into a little box measuring 3" x 3".
Adhere 2-7/8" x 2-7/8" piece of DSP to the inside (underneath the circle window) of the 3D item.

Add some Christmas treats into the window (on top of the DSP panel), and close over the lid.

Place some 'Tear & Tape Adhesive' onto the top of the Treat box.
Place 16" or 40cm of Silver & White Sheer Ribbon' onto the box leaving ties at the right side to tie a bow and secure the box.
Adhere 2-7/8" x 2-7/8" piece of DSP to the outside of the 3D treat box - on top of the ribbon.
Adding 'Stampin' Dimensionals' to the back of the die cut stocking, and adhere to the front panel.
Add a few 'Loose Silver Sequins'.

A sample of my 'Stocking Fillers' creations.

Below is the list of our fabulous Design Team, and you can click on the NEXT BLOG to visit the rest of the Design Teams creations.

See you next month. D x

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Creation Station Design Team Blog Hop - Containers, vasess

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 It's the first Sunday in the month of November, which means it's Creation Station Design Team Blog Hop time!

Thankyou for joining me. Our theme this month is 'Containers/vases'... get ready for some amazing containers, vases and 3D items as you get hopping with the rest of the amazing Design Team at the bottom of my post.

I wanted to create something fun using punches or dies for a container or vase for this months hop.
I was chatting to a friend on the phone; and as I was talking I made a floral bouquet wrapped in a die cut circle from the 'Stylish Shapes Dies'.
I added more elements to complete my project.

I stamped the flowers using 'Flirty Flamingo' ink onto 'Flirty Flamingo' cardstock, and the leaves are 'Granny Apple Green'.
I added a handful of die cut florals from the 'Paper Florist Dies' using 'Petal Pink'.

The 'container' is the largest circle from the 'Stylish Shapes Dies' die cut from 'Crumb Cake' cardstock.
I gently rolled the die cut circle using a 'Bone Folder' and round pen (to break the fibres of the cardstock) to end up with a wrap for my floral bouquet.

A close up of the pretty pink florals with 'Daffodil Delight' centres.

The ends of the flowers were added to the bottom of the wrap.
I stamped the leaves, and die cut the ends, gathered & adhered to look like a bunch of flowers straight from the Florist!
The 'Black & Very Vanilla Large Check Ribbon' was a wonderful finish to my bouquet.

I found an empty bottle that needed to be adorned my mini bouquet.
Wrapping the bottle with *retired 'Burlap Ribbon' and adhering the bouquet using 'Tear & Tape Adhesive'.

I added the lid of the bottle (vase) and finished with a tiny die cut tag & heart to complete my project.

Next up is the beautiful Rachel with her creation for our Blog Hop...

Thankyou for visiting, and I hope you enjoyed my creation?
Looking forward to seeing you next month for our December hop. D x

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