I usually only post stamping stuff on my blog but I thought this was pretty neat. It happened at the Seaway Mall where we always shop. Too bad we weren't shopping that day. The video has gotten over 1600000 views on YouTube so far. I've watched it a few times to see if I recognize any of the shoppers.
I was looking for these photos on my blog and realized I'd never posted them or at least I can't find them. They were in the June issue of Stampin' Success. I didn't write down any details but here are the pics.
Make this Magnetic Advent Calendar with refillable 1" gift boxes. It can hang on a steel door, fridge or any other metal surface. If you don't have a metal surface you can glue the boxes to a card stock shape and hang it.
And in case you don't know what to do with the rest of your Jolly Holidays DSP and Rub-ons.....
Join me for my Holly Jolly Stamp Camp. Make all of these items with half a pack of Jolly Holiday Designer Series Paper (one of each print), half a package of Holly Jolly rub-ons and some coordinating card stock.
This class includes supply lists, cutting directions, class prep instructions and photo tutorials to make the following items
1 magnetic advent calendar
1 clear top storage box
4 gift card holders
4 customized envelopes
14 cards from a One Sheet Wonder
4 Big Shot Tags
1 treat box
2 pillow boxes
12 gift tags.
You can order the Holly Jolly Stamp Camp Instructions for $20 USD. Just click on the link below to place your order. You’ll receive an email, usually within 48 hours with the link and login information.
I finshed the video tutorial for the Magnetic Advent Calendar.
And in case you don't know what to do with the rest of your Jolly Holidays DSP here's a sneak peek at my next class planner. It uses 1/2 a package of DSP and 1/2 a package of the Holly Jolly rub-ons so you can split the supplies with a friend.
I've had a lot of requests for the instructions for the magnetic advent calendar. I made a video and just need to type up the measurements then I'll be posting it. Hopefully tomorrow morning if all goes well.
This is one of the projects I've been playing with for my Holly Jolly Stamp Camp. The 1" boxes have removable lids and are magnetic so they stick to my fridge (or steel door). I just can't seem to get a good photo. I'll have to try someone elses' kitchen.
I've been working on some projects for a stamp camp using the Jolly Holiday Designer Series paper and the Holly Jolly rub-ons and I'm determined to use up every scrap. Here are a couple of the projects so far.
This is a quick little card I made with my new ??can't remember the name?? stamp set. The card is made by attaching two die cut circles together with a tab punch shape. The image is stamped in Night of Navy, sponged around the edges, covered in VersaMark then embosses with Iredscent Ice.
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