Today is the day my project is featured on Craft Project Central! I hope you enjoy and will hop over to CPC so you can get the full tutorial.
Visions of sugarplums dancing in your head? Create charming ornaments featuring three of the most well-known characters from the Christmas classic “The Nutcracker”. Hang them in your own tree or give them as a present with the matching gift box. The foil snowflake, sentiment and embellishments are sure to make a wow package presentation. The cute, quick matching card pulls the set together for a complete and elegant handmade present this holiday season.
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This card was inspired by the left column down; peace, metallic thread and white. I love the clean and classic look with just enough sparkle in the ribbon and gold embossing. My grandmother chose this design for her Christmas cards this year so one card down and only 39 more to go!
Which three in a row will you choose for your project? Grab your creative cap, whatever supplies you have on hand and come play with me at TTTC!
The Holidays are coming! While today’s Tic Tac Toe Challenge board offers plenty of room for non-holiday designs, you can tell that Christmas is on the brain. Well, at least it’s on mine 🙂
We love to see what you create with our boards so come play with us this week!
What quilter wouldn’t love this receiving this Quilter’s Christmas Sampler to adorn their sewing room wall at Christmas?! This 12″ x 12″ sampler looks as if it’s made of fabric and will delight any person who loves to sew. Quilters, stampers, and crafters of all kinds have a lot in common – an appreciation of handmade projects made with love and patience. This sampler is no exception. Make one for your favorite friend who quilts/sews and “warm” their heart!
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Paper crafters often have friends and family who need a last-minute card for a birthday, and, of course, they usually ask for one when you have the least amount of time to make it. Then there are those times when you remember a co-worker’s birthday as you’re running out the door and don’t have time to make a card. In this tutorial, you’ll make a box to hold birthday supplies, and we’ll use the Birthday Delivery Bundle – complete with the Birthday Delivery Photopolymer Stamp Set, Birthday Friends Framelits Dies, and Birthday Memories Designer Series Paper – to create coordinating cards, gift card envelopes, tags, and gift bags. This box is very easy to put together, so you may want to use an extra pack of the Birthday Memories Designer Series Paper to make a set for a gift.
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Next up for the Craft Project Central tutorials this month is Cindy Brumbaugh. CPC is a subscription blog dedicated to bringing you quality projects and tutorials to you each month. I am a guest designer later on in the month but lets take a look at Cindy’s project….and grab you wine glass while your at it!
A bottle of wine is a lovely gift to have on hand for a housewarming gesture, a bring along to a party for the host, or a birthday/holiday treat for just about anyone! A special hand crafted wine tag or stamped card shows thought went into your practical gift of a bottle of wine!
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