Hello lovely people! Today's blog post is a little different. Today I am taking part in my Stampin' Up! Teams blog hop organised by the lovely stamping by Hannah featuring products from the new Autumn/Winter catalogue that went live September 1st.
I chose a few of my favourite things. I used the brand new test tubes, Merry Little Christmas Memories and More pack, the new foil washi take. I have also used the Carols of Christmas stamp that was available to pre-order for customers in August.
The products I have used from the current annual catalogue are as follows - Copper trim ribbon, Basics 1 washi set (black and white ones), Faceted gems in silver, glitter enamel dots and whisper white thin ribbon. Teeny tiny sentiments and the punch that coordinates with that set. I used the larger of our hand held punches on my tag to attach the ribbon.
I used lemon lime twist, cherry cobbler and old olive inks. I used glue dots and dimensionals to adhere the tag not the treats.
I have filled my test tubes are filled with mini marshmallows. The copper trim is stretch and popped over the test tube and tied at both ends. The washi tape is popped onto the tube before this. I then stamped my sentiment merry christmer using the teeny tiny sentiments onto a space from the note I made. The smaller piece behind the tag is also a scrap from the note. I cut the sentiment out with one of our label punches and cut one end straight. This s stuck together and attached it's ribbon. I popped on a faceted gem in saver.
The note behind is made from whisper white and a memories & more card. I rounded the corners (you can use the envelope punch board or any rounder punch). I dipped my cards into the lemon lime twist ink pads. I stamped onto the white piece with carols of Christmas. I stamped off for some of the flowers. I added green glitter ename dots onto the memories & more card. Attached the white with dimensionals and there is room to write a message on the back of the card. This is a great table favour for Christmas Day. You could leave a love bomb for a loved one.
More test tube projects and videos coming soon!
Please click on the buttons below and check out the rest of the projects in this hop and see what amazing things my team have made!