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Posts from December 2007

Annual Holiday Party

Every year, Tiffany Cline and I host a holiday party for all of the demonstrators in our downline.  It has become a fun tradition with good food, games, make & takes, and an absolutely amazing WOW gift exchange.  We had our party last Saturday night, but unfortunately the weather didn't cooperate.  As freezing rain fell outside, we ate quickly and exchanged gifts.  I managed to get pictures of all of the gifts before everyone ran out the door.  I apologize for the picture quality, but everyone was very anxious to leave and I was in a hurry myself.


Snowglobe by Peggy Anderson.  She said she found these at Hobby Lobby.....too bad she bought them all!


Laura Kirchoffer displaying a paper garland by Renee Hoffman.  Sorry, there's not a close-up!  It was very beautiful!



Coaster Box by Sherri Crowell.


Sudoku Treat Box by Linda Lawler.


Tray by Julia Haak....she used the Time Well Spent stamp set that all demonstrators received as a holiday gift from Stampin' Up!



DVD tin by Tiffany Cline.


Winter Bright Explosion Album made by Me!



Cards wall hanging by Julie Massey.


Gift ensemble by Laura Kirchoffer....domino magnets, biggie clip, tile, card & chocolate!

Considering the weather, I think we had a pretty good turn-out.  This is just one of the fun events for demonstrators-only that our group has during the year.  If you would like more information about the benefits of becoming a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, feel free to contact me.  We would love to have you join us at our next holiday party!

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Last-Minute Gifts Class

This past Sunday was the annual last-minute gifts class.  I've already shared several of the projects in my previous posts, so here are a few more!


Can you guess what this is?  It's a Jiffy Pop popcorn and the hat is a gift card holder....perfect for movie cards!  These are so easy to make and would be a perfect project for kids!


Here is a tag pouch made from a 6" x 6" page protector.  The Night of Navy cardstock measures 8-1/2" x 6-1/2", scored at 2".  The extra piece on the side of the page protector was cut off, then the protector was adhered to the Night of Navy cardstock.  A 6" x 6" piece of Certainly Celery designer paper was inserted into the page protector---helps to hide the adhesive and looks pretty.  The tags were added, the flap folded over, holes punched, and the beautiful Purely Pomegranate satin ribbon ties it all together.

The Tags for All stamp set and the satin ribbon are both on SALE from now until December 15th.  Click here for more information.

We also stamped candles, dominos, and tumbled marble tiles.  My candle picture didn't turn out too good, so I won't be sharing it....sorry!

My next class is the Winter Bright mini scrapbook class, and I'm happy to say that we have a full class.  For those of you unable to attend, I still have project CDs available to ship immediately.  Check my previous post for full details.

Happy Stampin'


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