I can't believe it's already day three of The Greetery's Holiday Collection countdown; I've been having so much fun! There's nothing quite as fun as Christmas crafting, wouldn't you agree? Today is going to be a fun one; the team is showcasing a beautiful collection of products that you're sure to fall in love with! Just a note: I didn't get some of the products in time, so I am sharing what I DID get. I do have everything now, so stay tuned for some additional projects in the next few days showcasing the remainder of the products! You can read all about the specifics of today's showcased projects on The Greetery Blog. Also, make sure you pop over to each of the designers' blogs to see how they have used these amazing products!
My projects for today use the new stamp and die set called "With Love at Christmas"! This set is geared toward creating beautiful envelopes, address labels, and more! I decided to create some embellishments for some glassine bags to hold gift cards, goodies, cards and more! To begin, I die cut 4 of the large bouquets that are included in the "With Love at Christmas" stamp and die set. I used my mini MISTI to make fast work of stamping this bouquet! I chose a color combination that reminds me of something from the 60's, but in the end, it feels fresh and modern as well!
Not gonna lie; one of my favorite things from this set is the wax seal image! Isn't it so cute? Back in the mid 90's, I got addicted to the brass stamps and wax to make my own seals. I really should see if I can unearth the box/bin where they are! Anyway, this stamped version is just as fun and I don't need to fuss with wax! LOL!
This label has a coordinating die, which I just got, and is called "Addressed die". I just cut my own rectangles and stamped everything using my MISTI.
The rest of the collection has some stencils called Flappable Stencils and are just gorgeous! They coordinate perfectly with this stamp set and will work for all of your holiday envelopes. The Greetery will also be selling gorgeous cream and white envelopes in packs of 25 to use with these stencils.
I tied the glassine bags up with some specialty black and white gingham ribbon. I tied the top with some black baker's twine in a bow and then trimmed the edges of the gingham ribbon!
Join me again tomorrow for the 4th and final day of the countdown! Tomorrow is going to be a fun one, so make sure you stop back by! Thanks for fluttering by!