I wasn’t able to finish the video I had planned for today so I’ll be sharing that project tomorrow.  Today I’m sharing a Stampin’ Up! project (you can find it in the Annual Catalog on page 103) and another project I made last year, both using two products I’ve featured all week long, the Seasonal Tags Framelits Dies and Seasonal Chums stamp set. 

This first project, from Stampin’ Up!, is a box made out of Crumb Cake cardstock and stamped with the reindeer image.  A belly band made of Twinkle, Twinkle Designer Series Paper was wrapped around the box to keep it secure along with a piece of Whisper White Baker’s Twine.  The snowflakes are also included in the Seasonal Tags Framelits.  You can make them glittery two ways:  1.  Run the dies through the Big Shot with our Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets. Tear off the paper and apply Dazzling Diamonds Glitter or 2.  Run the dies through the Big Shot using Sparkle Glimmer Paper. All of the products used to create this project can be found towards the end of the post.

This next project is a gift card holder I made last year.  The paper I used on both the outside and inside has retired but I thought it was too cute not to share again.  You can read the blog post here which includes directions for the part where the gift card goes.  I also have a video showing the general construction of the holder in a different project I made a few weeks ago. Click here to watch the video. 

I’ll be back tomorrow to share the final project in my Seasonal Tags week! It’s an easy to make gift card holder. Enjoy the rest of your day! 

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