Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Stamp Class Projects

This cute little box is one of the projects we made this last month at my stamp class. The boxes are the Kraft Gift boxes found in the Holiday Mini Catalog (Item #124106, set of 4, for $2.95). The idea came from a box that Jan Tinklenberg made.

The next project we made were these cute tea-light candle holders made from metal sheeting that you can find in the hardware store. The 6" wide roll is the perfect size to run through the Big Shot. The entire roll costs around $6, and makes ALOT! My friend Kathy Howes is the one who shared these super simple holders with me. You need the Flower Folds Bigz die to make them, and I found adding an additional couple layers of card stock to shim underneath the die made the score marks work much better.

Finally, here is the Santa-Bag topper that we made. This idea was cased from Patty Bennet. The topper uses a TON of punches, but the result is awesome! Below you can see a picture showing the punches needed.

Punches needed are: Ornament #119847, Owl Builder #118074, Bird Builder #117191, 1/2" Circle #119869, Extra-Large Oval #119859, Large Oval #119855, 1-1/4" Square #119865, and Scallop Square #119884. The red hat, the Ornament (beard) and the pom-pom are all textured through the Big Shot using the Snowburst, Perfect Polka Dots & Elegant Lines Textured Impressions Folders.

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