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Saturday, December 5, 2009

Gift Card Tin SU Workshop

We had a fun little cozy workshop today. We made these little gift tins using Stampin' Up punches. The Santa Tag idea came from consultant Sharon Fields who was so kind to let me borrow her idea! I had been pondering over how to decorate my little SU tins and then saw a card she made using the Santa tag. The entire Santa is made out of SU punches with the exception of the hand-cut hat.
Materials used:
Winter Post Stamp Set
Word Window Punch
Scallop Edge Punch
1 3/8 Circle Punch
Designer Label Punch
Ornament from Holiday Movers and Shapers
Crimper, Cropodile and Big Shot used
Chocolate Chip and Real Red Ink
Whisper White, Kraft, Black and Real Red Cardstock, and Merry Moments DSP used
Alpine retired ribbon 1/4" Real Red ribbon and white Uniball pen for the added touch!

Carmen and Evelyn


Carol and Patty escaped before I could get a photo.

We also enjoyed some warm Sopapilla Cheescake, right out of the oven! I sent the recipe to you ladies.
Hope you had fun, I did!


Leirad said...

So cute!

~BridgetL~ said...

Your santa tin is so cute. What is sopapilla cheesecake? are you sharing the recipe?

Evelyn said...

Barb I had a great time and I loved the tin.

Anonymous said...

I had so much fun at the workshop!

I used the Santa and Gingerbread man for Tags on my grandsons Christmas presents! My husband wrapped them in paper that had Gingerbreadmen and Candy Canes!!!!