Christmas is just around the corner and soon you will be thinking about packaging and about how you can add a nice touch to your gifts... well, here are some ideas to dress up your gift giving! You can pick from a small gift bag, a gift card envelope, or some fancy holiday tags! How about making all of the above along with a greeting card, and a cute box for those sweet tags? This gift set is the perfect holiday present!
Saturday, November 18, 2017
Sunday, November 12, 2017
These pocket creations can be made all winter long. Fill the snowman with chocolate for Christmas and Hanukkah or add a gift card and a pair of sunglasses for some spring break fun. Hang the angel on your country Christmas tree or add a heart and a sentiment to turn it into a Cupid gift tag for Valentine’s Day. Add a gift card or cash to the pocket inside the card for Christmas or any winter birthday. Showing the multiple ways this bundle can be used makes it a great product-based class, as well learning a new technique.
Monday, November 6, 2017
It’s time to get your Christmas decorating done, and this tutorial has three Christmas decorations that would make a good addition to your collection. They would make great handmade gifts, too. There’s a Bethlehem lighted scene, a Christmas tree ornament, and a Christmas luminary. The projects would also make a great Christmas Décor class.
The tutorial for this awesome project, which was designed by Christy Fulk, can be found at Craft Project Central.
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
With Christmas just around the corner, you may need a few extra cards or tags laying around! This tutorial featuring classic Christmas colors from the Be Merry Designer Series Paper and the Carols of Christmas and Labels to Love Stamp Sets! In addition, this handy decorated box will hold five cards that are lightly embellished, coordinating envelopes and tags. This makes a super cute gift to be used for Christmas or you can always change up the sentiment to create a thank you gift box for a totally different look. Also, makes for a great class idea for Demonstrators.
The tutorial for this project, which was designed by Liz, can be found at Craft Project Central.