Are you ready to bring in the new year! How about starting off with some very creative projects!
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Here’s a little ornament/party favor I made for my team who attended the Christmas party. The hoops are smaller ones that I found on ebay. I went to purchase a few more and the link is gone now. 🙁 They are 3″ in diameter.
Here’s another card from the Cozy Craft Retreat – an embroidered Christmas card! So fun and quite simple to make! The dies make it a breeze!
I made the little embroidery hoop clasp using my Silhouette machine. The embroidery hoop is on Dimensionals.
One of the table gifts at the retreat were personalized trash bins. I filled them with microwave caramel corn (this recipe is a STAPLE at my retreats!) You can find the recipe HERE.
Here are the name tags and door signs – the heart beat theme was sprinkled throughout the weekend. Stamping is my life-line!!!! I’m already gearing up for next year’s retreat!
Here’s a fun little “tent box” that we made at the Cozy Craft Retreat, SUPER simple to make! I love Pootle’s blog (aka: Sam Hammond – she’s a sweetie!!!) and all her great ideas for projects! I found her VIDEO! (YAY!) HERE. I’m such a VISUAL learner! I turned it into a holiday project.
I trimmed my Designer Series Paper a little bit. I made mine 3″ across. I cut a 3″ x 6″ AND a 3″ x 3″ piece of DSP and adhered them together. That way it was long enough to wrap around the whole thing.
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