Archive for the ‘Great Gifts’ Category:
It's time to start decorating for the holidays, and this pretty little Christmas tree would be a great addition to your holiday decorations! The tree is made with Designer Series Paper and decorated with little ornaments made using the Ornament Keepsakes stamp set. Make one as a gift and, make another one to keep for yourself! There's also a coordinating card to go with the tree if you're making it as a gift. Makes for a fun holiday class or club project too!
These Faux Wooden gift boxes will help you get in the spirit of the Winter season! They can be filled with whatever fun treats you might want to give as a gift. Then they can be displayed on a mantle or shelf for a festive decoration. This project also makes a fun class project too!
Fall is here and apples are everywhere! Make this weaved basket for those yummy apple treats everyone loves this time of year! Perfect for a small party treat or a fun class project!
Do you have some precious treasure that you would like to give to someone? What better way to keep it safe than in this Treasure Chest Gift Box?! The Treasure Chest would also make a wonderful decoration or card holder at a buccaneer's pirate party or a pretty princesses' party! The gift box is 5" tall and 8" wide and is just waiting to be filled with treasures!
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Small gift/treat boxes are nice to have on hand, and they're even better when they can be folded and stored flat until ready to use. This project ensemble includes a flat-fold box, a decorative floral adornment, and four note cards, complete with coordinating envelopes! And using the cute Hoop La La stamp set, it makes a great gift for those that love cross stitch! This project is a quick, easy, and fun class project and also makes a great craft fair project to make and sell!
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It seems like Halloween Home Decor just gets more and more popular each year! So why not make some of your own? This framed art is a fun and easy way to make a great piece of Halloween Decor that is sure to delight! Add a great pumpkin tote with a candy treat – and you're on your way to being ready for Halloween. Make this fun project as a gift, and make sure to make more than one and keep one for yourself! Makes for a fun class or club project too!!
The month of September marks the end of summer and the beginning of fall; crisp days and cool nights, trees alive with fiery color and the promise of bountiful harvest. To celebrate fall, we have for you this beautiful card portfolio. Inside the richly decorated folio there are four cards with coordinating envelopes as well as a selection of self-adhesive sentiments. When an occasion arises, a sentiment is chosen and adhered to the card. The card design is suitable for just about anyone, making this a very versatile ensemble. Great for gift giving and as a fall class project!
Fabric flowers seem to be everywhere! Flowers are being worn for brooches and hair clips. They are sewn on to t-shirts, pinned on purses, and attached to headbands! The possibilities seem endless. they are easier to make than you might think! Grab your circle dies and some designer fabric and follow this tutorial to make three pretty and unique flowers. These flowers will dress up any outfit, dazzle any purse and make who ever receives them feel special! In addition, they're easy to make and less expensive than any flowers you could buy!
Everyone will love getting a note from you when you write it on one of you own monogrammed cards! This elegant monogram card set comes with a see-through card box with a pretty flower belly band, six monogrammed cards, and six monogrammed envelopes! Make one for yourself and a friend! Makes a great gift for teachers, co-workers, and neighbors too! Also makes for a fun class project!
This pretty portfolio filled with cards, envelopes, and separate sentiments is a great gift. The card sentiments (for various occasions) are kept in a little drawer inside the portfolio and can be quickly added to a card when you need one. Instructions include variations on how the little drawer can be used if you choose to put the sentiments on the cards as you make them and don't need the drawer for the sentiments. This project makes a great teacher gift and is a fun class, club or camp project!
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