Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Believe in the Miracle , with Flurry of Wishes Stampin Up

Hello There
It's been a while I am sorry,

It has been busy busy busy at the Fee Household,  I have been teaching Paul  to drive again after his stroke, making curvy boxes for him to sell at his Disabled club bazaar, running classes and  and of course preparations for Stampin Up Onstage event.

I was honoured to have ten of my team members join me this year and I wanted to make something pretty to house the thank you gift I bought them.  Whilst I had to do these I didn't have spare time to make general swaps so decided to join our wider team members in a Wow swap, …

I would also like to enter this project in the Global Design Project challenge

Global Design Project #GDP011

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 Where the theme is Christmas,

So today I shall show you the wow swap I was inspired by a swap I received form my team member Jan Twinks Stamping, she made fab pouch and out in a smelly hanging sachet for your car or wardrobe , off I rushed to Asda and bought them out, I loved them, ha ha, … If they didn't look Wow they certainly smelt WOW!








I decided to use a couple of stamp sets I am afraid  Flurry of wishes, and  the splats from Awesomely Artistic, I made a box for it to fit in, stamped the AA splat in versa mark and threw Silver embossing powder on it and heated it, inked up part of the sentiment from FOW and embossed that, tied a piece of Silver cord around and threaded bells before tying in a knot.  Punched out stars from the fab glitter card stock  added sequins and rhinestone for more texture and bling…

I think they were well received , I know I certainly loved the ones I got back in return.
Bye for now, do pop back soon , I have loads to share….xxxxxxxx

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9 comments:

  1. What an awesome way to present your team with gifts of sweet smelling sachets Kim. Your festive packaging fits the brief of this weeks challenge beautifully. I adore the addition of Jingle Bells! So glad you got to spend Onstage with so many of your team. It was an awesome event! Thanks for playing at Global Design Project this week.

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  2. Kim, these favors for your team are just wonderful. I really love the little bells! I am sure your team members loved receiving these! Thanks for joining us this week for our Christmas challenge at Global Design Project.

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  3. Such a wonderful project - It's d Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Christmas Theme Challenge for the Global Design Project!efinitely a "wow"!

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  4. My goodness Kim, these are gorgeous! What a beautiful swap project...I know I would have loved to receive one of these, I have no doubt they were well received! I hope you have fun at Onstage, I know I did in Melbourne! Thanks so much for sharing your creation and playing along with us at the Global Design Project this week. xo

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  5. Simply gorgeous little boxes, and sorry to hear Paul had a stroke too, good luck with teaching him to drive again, Luv Sam x

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  6. Beautiful. I love the way the splatters look embossed in silver. Thanks for sharing with us at Global Design Project.

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  7. Awww my beautiful talented friend joined in this week! Thanks for sharing your fabulous design with us, I adore it but then I love everything you do xx

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