Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Christmas Pencil Holders

I received an email the other day stating, "Congratulations, you have been selected to participate as a vendor in the Fall 2008 Extreme Home Party, to be held on Saturday November 22nd at Turfway Park". I have to give a big thank you to my fellow demonstrator Jackie, she was not able to apply for consideration due to an other commitment, so she passed the change on to me. Big THANKS to Jackie.

Nikki (my inspirational downline) and I are going to embark on this journey. We are going to be stamping and creating items to show and sell along with items that we already have to get our names out into the community. This event is awesome, you have to see it to believe it. I attended it 2 years ago with one of my close friends and I spent many hours browsing and got lots of Christmas Shopping done.

Over the next few weeks I'll be posting items that I'm making to show case Stampin' Up! and how versatile all of our products are to reach the creativity in everyone.

The first thing I worked on were the Pencil Holders, I have to confess I have never made these before I came up with my own pattern and way to do it. I hope you enjoy looking at them as much as I enjoyed making them. They are so easy and cute......
Here is a little close up of the tags that I attached to them.

Thanks for stopping by and have an awesome day or evening, leave a comment let me know what you think.

P.S. I forgot to leave a Supply List:

Stamp Set: Deer Friends Level 2 Hostess set
Inks: Basic Black, Real Red, Pumpkin Pie Markers and Classic Ink Pad Kiwi Kiss along with Vanilla Craft Pad
Card Stock: Kraft Paper (cut in half and you get two out of one sheet, Riding Hood Red, Black, Kiwi Kiss and Whisper White.
Accessories: Riding Hood Red & Kiwi Kiss Striped Ribbon, Gold and Silver Elastic Cord, 1", 1-1/4", 1-3/8" Circle Punches and Scallop Circle Punch, Dimensionals and paper snips. And one of my favorite Wheels Bold Snowflakes.


Anonymous said...

SOOO cute! Please post how you made them. I would love to make them for my students for Christmas.

Jen Tapler said...

These are adorable! If you have a chance, could you e-mail me more specific instructions...did you cut the Kraft in half length-wise? Is it just folded over on itself and adhered with sticky strip, then run the end through the crimper? THANK YOU! jennifertapler@msn.com

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