Hi Everyone! It’s time for another One Stamp At A Time (OSAT) Blog Hop. Our theme is holidays, so unless you have all your holiday projects complete and ready to go you may want to check out all the ideas we have to share with you this month. Even I can’t wait to see what everyone is sharing because I’m still getting ready for a craft fair and could use some new ideas.
So whether you’re starting the hop with me or you just hopped over from Elizabeth’s fun blog I hope you’ll stop and visit everyone. And if a project really inspires you or just makes you smile feel free to leave a comment. If you lose your way there’s a list of hoppers at the bottom of the page. So have fun!
I wanted to play with the Snow Place stamp set for this hop because it just hasn’t been inked up enough yet! Is my card really a holiday card.? Maybe, maybe not. I could have used the Merry Christmas stamp but decided this would be a fun card to send out during the holidays to a friend who might need to smile. I wanted it to be quick and easy so I made sure every element had a coordinating punch or die. And I actually just hand cut the banner. Don’t you think this little penguin is the cutest ever?
I’m on my way to Tampa this morning for the Onstage Local event and this cute little Berry Basket is what I made for my roommates and team members. I have been so busy that it just made sense to create a project that I could use for the hop and give as my gifts. I’m sort of hoping they don’t read this post until late tonight. Shhhh.
Again this is a treat container that I can give throughout the holidays and winter. A perfect gift for teachers, co-workers, neighbors and I think I may have one ready for my UPS guy, who’s a regular visitor at my house! 🙂
Remember when I said this was a cute “little” Berry Basket. Well it really is little...it’s half a Berry Basket. This idea is Erica’s Cerwin’s and what a great idea it is. I love the Berry Basket but it takes a lot of candy to fill it up. So by making it smaller it’s not only especially cute but it’s the perfect size to fill with just a little chocolate.
Here they all are before I packed them up!
Thanks for stopping by today! The next stop on the hop is the talented AJ Bodine. Have fun, be inspired and I’ll see you next month on the 2nd Thursday.
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