A Bit of Merry to Tuck in your Pocket


I know, I know!!!! Don’t go there yet, right?  Well….last night was my demonstrator group, Butterfly Friends, meeting and this is one of the projects I designed for the make and takes.  As demonstrators we have to think ahead so that we will be ready for  classes and parties coming up!  I decided to go ahead and share this card with you because of the embellishments.  I’m going to highlight three:

  1. Look at that super cute little premade bow on the clip!  These Simply Styled Embellishments are just one of many new things in the Holiday Catalog.
  2. Take a close look at the red button.  This was handmade (by me) using the Simply Pressed Clay and Molds.  I truly thought I would never try using this clay to make my own buttons, but it was quick and easy!  Look for both of these embellishments to be highlighted in upcoming classes!
  3. The tag that is supporting the focal point of this card comes printed, die-cut and ready to go.  Pretty Presents Designer Tags come with two designs, 8 of each for only $2.50!! That’s only $0.16 per tag!

Stampin’ Supplies

  • Cardstock and Ink:  Sahara Sand, Whisper White, Real Red, Season of Style DSP, Basic Black, Old Olive
  • Stamp Sets: Christmas Messages
  • Accessories: Pretty Presents Designer Tags, Simply Pressed Clay and Molds, Simply Styled Embellishments, 1-3/4″ Circle and Designer Label Punches
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6 Responses to A Bit of Merry to Tuck in your Pocket

  1. Judy Culli says:

    Thanks, Robin! Your blog makes my day! I like the color combo and the dots/circles. Anxious to try the button making. I am not into thinking Christmas.

  2. Cindy LeBegue says:

    I really enjoyed making this(and the rest) last night:) I haven’t ordered the clay,
    and really didn’t think I would. But…… this little card has really made me think
    again. I like that we could color them what ever color you would like!!

  3. Sue Scheets says:

    I am sad to have missed this card and am sure the other two were great also. What else did I miss?

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