Tuesday, November 14, 2017

November Stampers Dozen Blog Hop

Hello Stamping Friends,

It's that time again. Another month has passed and it's time for the Stampers Dozen Blog Hop. This month our theme is all about foil. Love that shiny foil paper. It just takes a project from drab to fab with a mall piece of it.

The projects I'm sharing today are projects that all attendees made at my November Retreat. They also received many of the components used in their goody bag so they could go home and make even more great foil projects. (I just hope they are kind enough to share with me what they make.)

First up is a hot chocolate kit in an acrylic box. Who say they are just for cards? This would also be a great way to give a gift of a gift card. Starbucks? or Dunkin? 

Inside the box is a hot chocolate pack, some peppermint discs and a little tube filled with mini marshmallows. Cute, right?

The next project we made was a little pizza box with 4 3"x 3" mini cards. The outside is just a little sneak peek at what awaits you. 

Here's the box with the four cards. Notice the flap of the little envelope was covered in coordinating designer series paper to bring the excitement of what's inside to the outside.

Here's card # 1. Each card used a different pattern of designer paper but they coordinate beautifully. Thank you Stampin' Up! for making creating so easy.

Card # 2  Notice the punched designer paper behind each ugly sweater is different but still coordinates.

Card # 3  Did you also notice that each punched shape is laid on the card a little differently?

Card # 4. To make it even more exciting, I used 4 different sweaters from the set so your recipient's excitement will go on and on.

Hope you have enjoyed my projects. Be sure to continue hopping. 

Be sure to visit Bonnie's blog next.

If  you missed Carol's  blog, click below.

Thanks for stopping by. Hope to see you soon.


  1. What creative use of the foil. I never would have matched it with the sweater set... but it works perfectly! Love it!!! How excited your attendees must have been to receive these!