Quick and Easy Holiday Project

Dec 18, 2019 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

We are getting down to crunch time with Christmas just one week from today! Here’s a quick and easy – and I think pretty cute!

This goes together really quickly:
*Start with a 3″x 3″ envelope
*Emboss a piece of Real Red cardstock with the Swirls and Curls embossing folder (the Real Red cardstock measures 2″ x 8″)
*Wrap this around the envelope – and secure in back with Snail Adhesive
*Wrap White Tuille Ribbon around and tie in a bow or a knot.
*Add a jingle bell with White Baker’s Twine
*Stamp “ho ho ho” from the Perfectly Plaid stamp set onto a small piece of Whisper White cardstock
*Punch out with the Classic Label Punch
*Attach to pouch front with dimensionals
*Slide Santa into the envelope and you are done!

These would be cute for a place setting at Christmas dinner or as a little gift – I have made up quite a few of these and have been giving them to people as I am out and about.  I gave one to my friend at the post office and she was so thrilled – it was like I had given her a huge gift!  It’s the thought that counts, right?

You could also add a gift card for a bigger gift!

Here are the supplies used to make this little pouch- all can be purchased through my online store! 

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