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Thursday, December 1, 2011

A little holiday goody!

   Hello there!  Thought I would ease into the whole December thing with a winter themed project rather than breaking out the green, red and gold today! :)  I needed to make a mini gift for someone and thought this would be perfect!  This would be a great stocking stuffer too!  Take a look:

It is a tiny composition notebook!  It would tuck into a bag or purse very nicely to keep your notes in.  I dressed it up for the winter by adding DSP to the front and back and a glitter snowflake.  I monogrammed it for the recipient and added a rhinestone.  I also added a tiny drop of Dazzling Details to every one of those tiny little circles so the whole thing shimmers!  We all know that it is all about the details!


This snowflake is gorgeous!!  I used my Stampin Up! snowflake punch to punch it from the Glitter paper and MUST WARN YOU!!!  If you do this be super careful!  I caught my finger in the punch and left a lovely little blood blister...Yeeee-owwwwch!  I will spare you that photo!   LOL

Matching 3 x 3 card to go with the notebook.

The set!

All packaged up and ready to go! 

This is a really easy project with tons of possibilities!  You could add a matching pen or bookmark to go with it too!  I found the notebooks at the Dollar store (3 for a dollar...scoooore!)  If you make some be sure to email me some pictures!  I would love to see what you come up with!

 Hope you have a wonderful day!  I will back soonest!

3 comments:

Carolina Little said...

It looks wonderful, great idea AnnMarie, thanks for sharing this one!!!

Melina said...

very cute project! love the sparkle :)

Margaret said...

Great idea! I love having little gifty items on hand this time of year. You never know when you need a last minute present! Love the DSP with the silver snowflakes!