More Holiday Projects

Here are some more projects from my Stamp Club this month! This is a card made to look like a Christmas oven. When you open the door, you will see the treat inside!

Do you want to join stamp club and make fun projects like this too? You can be local or out of town! Click HERE for details!


I love making fun treats for my classes! Here are some Arizona snowmen! I saw this idea all over Pinterest!

Hot Chocolate Pouch Card + SILLY STORY about “Making Warm Chocolate Memories” Cocoa Packets!

Dawn Olchefske’s pouch card is really the rage this winter! She has a wonderful video tutorial on how to make this HERE. THANK YOU DAWN!!!

Stamp Set: Scentsational Season
Paper: Cherry Cobbler, Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla, Be of Good Cheer DSP
Ink: Gumball Green, Chocolate Chip, Cherry Cobbler
Accessories: Holiday Collection Framelits, Rhinestone, Blender Pen (used that to take the Gumball Green ink out where the hot chocolate is and then color in with Chocolate Chip marker), Cherry Cobbler Tulle, Simply Scored + Diagonal Plate, Dimensionals, 1/4″ Hole Punch, Chocolate Covered Candy Cane Stick, Hot Chocolate Packet (see SILLY STORY below…..)

Only stamping friends can relate to this…..

So one of my goals last week was to find cute red hot chocolate packets. I went to many stores and they didn’t have Dawn Olchefske’s highly recommended Swiss Miss Hot Chocolate with No Marshmallows. I saw a Nestle’s brand that was in a red box, but there was no view of what the individual packets looked like! So, being the ANAL person that I am, I got my phone out and GOOGLED the Nestle brand cocoa that I am holding in my hand to see if I could see a picture of what the actual packet looks like. No such luck. (BELIEVE ME I was tempted to just open the box to look! LOL)

…..sooooooooo I take my chances and buy 6 boxes of them – PRAYING they are the right COLOR so I don’t have to return them. GOD KNOWS I don’t want to use the BLUE cocoa packets that I already have at home from a different project!

God was smiling down on me – not only were they the right color (red and brown which TOTALLY MATCHED MY PROJECT) but they were even CUTE and totally went with the theme of the project. It doesn’t get much better than that! A fun hot chocolate pouch card with cocoa packets inside that say “MAKING WARM CHOCOLATE MEMORIES”! Who wouldn’t like to receive a fun card like that!

Thanks for letting me share my silly story…… Can anyone else relate? Do you ever go down the store aisles looking for treats to MATCH your projects?? LOL

By the way, I still have a spot left in Stamp Club! Please let me know if you are interested in joining!!

You can also be a Virtual Club Member! You will receive these projects in the mail if you are a Virtual Club Member!! Click HERE to learn about Clubs!

Here’s Another One….With the MITTEN PUNCH!

I made another card, this time turning the MITTEN PUNCH into the oven mitt. When I first designed this card, the mitten punch wasn’t out yet – that’s why I hand-cut it. The MITTEN PUNCH would be a better way to go for a workshop! I added the scalloped edge by cutting a small piece off the scalloped square punch. I felt like the mitten punch needed to be a bit longer so it looked more like an oven mitt.

Do you want to recreate this? You can order the items on my Stampin’ Up website HERE. Most items are in the Holiday Catalog which can be found on my right sidebar.

Remember, if you make an online purchase through my Stampin’ Up website, you can earn FREE STAMP SETS by earning tokens through Lorri’s Loyalty Rewards Program. You can also choose ANY FREE Tutorial from my blog!

Christmas Cookies Card

Here is one of the cards that we made at the Holiday Extravaganza!! I designed this card and also used this in my Control Freak swap a couple of months ago. This is a diorama style card. The base of the card is a piece of 12″ x 5 1/2″. You score the 12″ side at: 1/2″, 4″, 4 1/2″ & 8″.

The cookie sheet is created with the Two Tags die. You cut two of just the ends of the larger tag (the part with the rounded edge as shown above) out of Brushed Silver cardstock. Score them at 5/8″ and 7/8″ from the rounded side.  Fold on the score lines (mountain fold, then valley fold).

Then cut a piece of Brushed Silver Cardstock to 3″ x 2 3/4″ and adhere that piece ontop of the ends of the cookie sheet. You can see what I mean by the photo below and how you get that “3-D” look.

The oven mitt was just hand drawn (and then cut out with my Silhouette machine  because I had to cut so many of them!!)

I will post more photos of projects and cap it off with a slide show of our event. Check back!!

    Your Cart
    Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop