We all love to decorate for the Holidays, now don't we!!! Well, here is a video that was done with Shelli Gardner, Stampin' Up!'s CEO and co-founder, showing how to use Stampin' Up! products to create a gorgeous setting and some holiday treats!!!
Here are pictures of the place settings and supply list!!
Cute & Curly Punch Label bundle
Everyday Flexible Phrases
Simple Serif Mini Alphabet & Numbers
Wild West Alphabet
Baja Breeze Classic
Chocolate Chip Classic
Old Olive Classic
Real Red Classic
Ski Slope Designer Series paper
Baja Breeze card stock
Chocolate Chip card stock
Naturals White card stock
Old Olive card stock
Real Red card stock
Big Shot die cutting machine
Pillow Box die
Scallop Circle #2 die
Top Note Bigz die
Styled Silver Hodgepodge Hardware
Anywhere Glue Stick
Two-Way Glue Pen
1/16" Circle punch
3/4" Circle punch
Horizontal Slot punch
Alpine Ribbon Originals
Baja Breeze 5/8" striped grosgrain ribbon
Silver elastic cord
Acetate (from office supply store; thick)
Dazzling Diamonds Stampin' Glitter
Make card stock note using Top Note Bigz die. Adhere Designer Series paper on card stock, stamp (on New Year's napkin ring), fold, and smooth folds using bone folder. Stamp label image, punch out and/or cut, and adhere to napkin ring. Punch out slots and tie together with ribbon (Note: New Year's napkin ring is tied together with Silver elastic cord). Accent as shown.
Make card stock note using Top Note Bigz die; stamp (on New Year's name plate), fold in half, and smooth fold with bone folder. Adhere Designer Series paper on card stock (Note: layer paper on Old Olive card stock first for Christmas name plate). Accent as shown.
Make favor box using Pillow Box die, and fill with treats. Create belly band out of Designer Series paper (Note: layer paper for New Year's favor), and adhere to favor. Stamp label image, and punch out. Adhere label and accent as shown.
Make several large and small scallop circles out of Designer Series paper. Stamp and cut out/punch smaller images (acorns for Thanksgiving, trees for Christmas, and snowflakes for New Year's) as shown. Glue glitter on snowflakes.