I used the Deck the Halls DSP, also available in the mini. It's not for Christmas only ya know!! I think it looks wonderful on this shabby valentine. Other items I used from the mini catalog is the 1/2" seam binding. It's nice and thin and very easy to tie. I also used the Deck the Halls Big Desginer Buttons. And they ain't kidding when they say BIG! This is the smallest button in the pack. This layout comes from the Mojo Monday sketch blog. It is sketch #153.
This DSP is also from the Deck the Halls pack. The colors I used are Chocolate Chip, Crumb Cake, (doesn't that sound yummy together!) and Wild Wasabi. This color combo comes from the Color Lab challenge. The monocromatic nuetrals also works for the challenge over at the Stampin' Royalty blog. Plus, the sketch comes from the Pals Paper Arts challenge. Wow! Three challenge with one card, and they are all SU! blogs! I haven't done that in awhile!
My final project would make a great addition to your Thanksgiving holiday table setting. You could use these little treat holders as placecards. Write everyone's name on them and set them on their plate. A little chocolate is the perfect ending to any meal!
This treat holder was inspired by Kimberly Van Diepen. It uses the Two Tags die. I wanted to do a Christmas card using the Christmas tree stamp, but just ran out of time. If only I didn't need to sleep. Then I could get in more stamping!
Next up on the blog hop is the super talented and amazingly sweet Allison Ohran. (I may be a little bias, since we are on the Stampin' Celebration Inspiration Challenge DT together!) Allison will be featuring the Paisley Party wheel that coordinates with the Paisley Prints set that I just showed you. Maybe she made something with the Christmas tree!
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Have a fabulous weekend!