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Good-Bye Stamps

Kitchen Cabinet wreath by Robin Feicht

Hello Friends,

Merry Christmas!  With Christmas just a few short days away, I wanted to take the time to wish you a very Merry Christmas.  I'll be taking the next 4 days off to visit family and friends.  I'll see you again on Wednesday.

To wrap up our holiday products, I thought that I would share one final Christmas Decorating project that's oh so easy and give one final salute to some of my Retiring Holiday Favorites.  These products will only be available for short time longer (until January 2 or WHILE SUPPLIES LAST).  Now about my last Christmas Decorating project for 2018, I made these little wreaths yesterday to hang on my Kitchen Cabinets.  They were super simple and quick to make.  I found pine garland at the Dollar Tree.  The garland already looked like mini wreaths, so I left it just as it was and wired on red bows that I found on clearance at Lowes.  For the final step, I hot glued striped burlap trim to the top and hung.

Retiring Holiday Favorites

 

Beautiful Blizzard Stampin' Up!

See Beautiful Blizzard Project details here.

 


Candy Cane Season Stampin' Up!

Oh how I love the sweet candy cane and bow from the Candy Cane Season stamps.  See card details here.

 
Spirited Snowmen Stampin' Up!

 

Who can resist the Spirited Snowmen with their loving snowmen, Skating Snowman and happy, dancing snowman?  Card Details

 

Illuminated Christmas Stampin' Up!

Good-Bye to Illuminated Christmas.  If you are looking for fabulous Christmas sentiments, the Illuminated Christmas stamp set is for you.  Card Details.

 

ALTOIDS Gift Card Holder by Robin Feicht

I love, love, love the Sweetly Stitched dies.  I'm so sad to see these die go.  See Gift Card Holder Details Here.  They work well for Christmas, but...

Happy Birthday Gorgeous Stampin' Up!

the present and the heart will work across the seasons.  Get Details here.

 

Have a fabulous day,

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Candy Cane Season Stocking Stuffers

Candy Cane Season Stampin' Up!

Hello Friends,

Do you need last minute stocking stuffers or small gifts?  Clean all that left over Holiday Designer Papers and wrap around your favorite Chocolate Bars.  Can I Cadbury?  For my Stocking stuffer tag, I used more Dashing Along Designer Paper and the Candy Cane Season stamps and the Candy Cane Builder Punch.
Candy Cane Season Stampin' Up!

This last minute gift idea literally takes mere minutes and it's so cute.  I stamped a few sprigs of holy and a "for you" directly on my designer paper.  Then, I stamped my candy cane and bow and punched with my candy cane builder punch and popped up with Stampin' Dimensionals.  As a finishing touch, I wrapped the whole thing with striped burlap ribbon.



Christmas Baker's Box by Robin Feicht

Need another Candy Cane Season Gift Packing idea?  See more about making this Candy Cane Season Baker's Box here.

 

Stampin' Up! Year End Close-Out Sale

Stampin' Up!'s Year End Close-Out Sale begins tomorrow, December 5!  Save BIG on a selection of Retiring and Overstock products.  You'll want to shop early, because all items of the Close-Out Sale are WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.

 

 

Have a fabulous day,

 Newfeichtsiggy


Handmade Christmas Baker's Box & Gift Bag

Christmas Baker's Box by Robin Feicht

Hello Friends,

Let's talk!  Have you seen the Stampin' Up! Holiday Discontinued Products List?  What surprised you?  I was a little taken back that the Nothing Sweeter Bundle and the Candy Cane Season Bundle are leaving so soon.  I had big plans for Valentines Day and Birthdays using the Nothing Sweeter Bundle.  And who isn't in love with the cute Candy Cane Season Bundle?  Did I mention that these two bundles play especially well together?


Christmas Baker's Box by Robin Feicht

Christmas Baker's Boxes

Wow, these Baker's Boxes are not only food safe, but they are also quite roomy.  You can pack a lot of goodness in these 4-1/4" x 4-1/4" x 2-1/8" Baker's Boxes.  Think donuts, cookies, chocolate and other sweet treats for Gift Giving at Christmas, Valentine's Day and many other occasions.  They're good for anytime you need small gift packaging.  But today, they are for Christmas Gift Giving.  I'm thinking teachers, neighbor, secret sister and co-workers, just to name a few.

Baker's Box Design Tricks

My removable belly band and my heart and tree were all fashioned with Festive Farmhouse Designer paper.  If you look closely at the tree and the heart, you will notice that they are not only cute shapes, but they also have a lovely stitched edge made with the Sweetly Stitched Framelits dies.

The candy cane with the bow were stamped with Cherry Cobbler and Garden Green inks and punched with the Candy Cane Builder Punch.

I also stamped images from both the Nothing Sweeter and the Candy Cane Season directly onto the Baker's Box.  Note:  The baker's box is a little smoother than regular card stock, so you may want to heat set your ink.

I mounted all my elements on a Cherry Cobbler label cut with the Stitched Labels dies.


Handmade Gift Bag by Robin Feicht

And what about this Gift Bag and Tag?  Aren't they just the sweetest?

Gift Bag & Tag Design Tips

My bag was super simple to make with the Gift Bag Punch Board and Festive Farmhouse Designer Paper.  I created a "cuff" to show off both sides of my handsome designer paper.  Simply fold over the top before assembling to make the cuff.

I once again stamped and punched a candy cane and box, but this time with Garden Green and Real Red Inks to match my fabulous Suite Season Specialty Washi Tape.  I used a little piece of all 5 Washi Tapes, because they are all gorgeous and fun.

I punched the top of my 2" Tag with the Scalloped Tag Topper punch and threaded a snippet of Festive Farmhouse Cotton  Twine through the top.

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Stampin' Up! Year End Close-Out Sale

Stampin' Up!'s Year End Close-Out Sale begins tomorrow, December 5!  Save BIG on a selection of Retiring and Overstock products.  You'll want to shop early, because all items of the Close-Out Sale are WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.

 

 

Have a fabulous day,

 Newfeichtsiggy