Hello all! My name is Jenni Pauli , I’m from Gelsenkirchen, Germany and I am a member of the 2018 Stampin‘ Up! Design Team. I feel very honoured to share some projects with some of my recent favourite stamp sets.
I focussed on the Candy Cane Season Photopolymer Stamp Set and the Candy Cane Builder Punch, both coordinate wonderful with other Stampin’ Up! stamp sets. Have you ever mixed up Christmas stamps with non-seasonal stamps from your stash – I often do that!
This folder is a special gift for someone you know who has no time to craft. Give away some love with this folder full of cards and tags. The measurements are 6“x 10“—enough space to hold three cards and five tags.
Cut a piece of Sahara Sand Cardstock by 10“x12“ and score it in the middle at 6“.
Cut two pieces of Poppy Parade Cardstock by 5 1/2“x 9 1/2“ (front and back)
Cut two pieces Whisper White Cardstock by 5 3/8“x 9 3/8“.
Glue one white piece of cardstock on a red piece.
Decorate the front by doodling around and adding snowflakes, dots and a sentiment.
The person carrying a stack of presents comes with the Hand Delivered Photopolymer Stamp Set.
Sewing on paper is so easy. It’s worth a try.
The pockets on the left are 3“x 6″ and 5-1/2“x 6“ By cutting the 6“ slightly shorter, your folder will close a little easier.
The pocket on the right is 2“x 10“.
Just sew the paper pieces as a decoration, there is no need to sew them together. This avoids stitching on the main cover.
How about this tag? It is from the leftover scraps of the Sahara Sand Cardstock. Snip away the upper corners and make a hole with your Take Your Pick Tool.
For this project I used Classic Stampin‘ Ink Pads in the following colors: Sahara Sand, Poppy Parade, Coastal Cabana, Lemon Lime Twist and Soft Suede. All mixed up on Whisper White Cardstock. Of course you can create your project with colours of your choice!
A little bit closer…
Add a stamped ribbon from Bring on the Presents and a candy cane from the Candy Cane Season stamp sets used earlier on this tag. Glitter Enamel Dots and Frosted & Clear Epoxy Droplets and another bunch of dots made with Sparkle Glimmer Paper—punched out with the 1/2“ Circle Punch—brings a festive touch to the tag.
Decorating takes a bit longer. I added sentiments using the Alpine Adventures and Bring on the Presents stamp sets. Images in different colours are so much fun! In the Candy Cane Season Photopolymer Stamp Set are three tiny dots. I separated them by cutting(yes, I cut stamps!) and just sprinkle the tiny dots on your tags.
Be careful with the Ho!Ho!Ho! When you turn it around..it is oh!oh!oh!
As I am in love with all our Stampin’Up! Stamps, the tiny accents like the Santa’s Workshop Enamel Shapes are too cute not to be used on every project.
Seems like decorating cookies, right? Don’t forget to add Linen Thread for the hanger.
For the card above stack the presents on the sleigh, use Stampin‘ Dimensionals to create the 3D effect. Don’t forget a bow for the big present.
The next card is covered with snowflakes and tiny dots. The sentiment and the candy cane are returning in Poppy Parade(Red).
Finally, the back cover:
Use the leftover red and white pieces to cover the back. Use Stampin‘ Dimensionals to add it to the folder, by covering a 20“ piece of Bermuda Bay ¼“ Mini Striped Ribbon. Add a sentiment or a personal note to your project.
Thanks for joining and have a crafty-ful season!
Thank you so much Jenni for sharing these beautiful projects! Our friends at Stampin’ Up! would love to share Candy Cane Season Photopolymer Bundle with one lucky reader too!
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What a beautiful mermaid set! And love the colors you used, Bermuda Bay is my absolute fave. Love seeing the different ways the stamps have been used on the cards.~ Chantal Berry October 13, 2018, at 10:43 pm
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Thank you again to Stampin’ Up! and Jenni for another wonderful and inspiring Saturday!