This will be the final post of the week containing projects from the recent Holiday Bazaar – acetate treat boxes and rosette ornaments from the Be Merry Project Kit. The acetate treat boxes being shared are another design courtesy of Connie Stewart on her blog. Not only are the treat boxes simple to make, they are super cute! I’m loving the acetate boxes offered by Stampin’ Up! as they are very versatile and make great packing for more than cards. For this project, just cut a box in half and used designer series paper (DSP) to create a closure for the box. The 3″ x 4 1/2″ box size is perfect to holding fun size candy bars but can also accommodate non-candy items.
| Stampin’ Up! Acetate Treat Boxes embellished with Seasonal Chums Stamp Set Bundle and Rosette Ornaments from the Be Merry Project Kit |
The Be Merry Project Kit requires no stamping and comes together quickly. To speed production for the Holiday Bazaar, I separated the kit and set up an assembly line. Using a hot glue gun, I was able to complete two kits (24 rosette ornaments) in less than an hour. Many of the ornaments sold and the remaining ones are being used on some of my holiday packages as gift tags.
Be sure to check out the retiring list to order some of your seasonal favorites before January 2nd.
Thanks for stopping by and check back on Monday for a new project idea!
Today two projects are being shared. Both of the designs were shared by other demonstrators on their sites and I thought the items would be great for the holiday bazaar.
The first was from a post by Connie Stewart and is a fingernail file cover. The file cover was very quick to make and the 20 that were made for the bazaar sold out in just a matter of minutes. I promoted them as stocking stuffers but one lady purchased several to include in cards she was sending to friends – what a great idea!
|Nail File Holder using Stampin’ Up! Fresh Florals Designer Series Paper & Powder Pink Cardstock |
The second project is from Marisa Alvarez. I had purchased several packages of pencils from the dollar store for use in another project but spied her use of the Many Mittens Framelits Dies to embellish a pencil package and decided to make a few for the dollar section in my booth. Best thing is you can use scraps of cardstock for much of this project.
|Pencil Tags made using Stampin’ Up! Many Mittens Framelits Dies |
You can find a list of project materials listed at the end of this post. Several items such as some ribbons and the 1″ cello bags (used for the pencil packaging) are retired but you can easily find substitutions.
Thanks for stopping by and check back tomorrow for another project from the bazaar.