Wednesday, November 21, 2012

25 & Counting Christmas Countdown

I had so much fun putting this project together. In fact, since I have 2 small children at home - I made 2. It is made entirely from Stampin' Up! supplies! I saw the idea a year ago on this blog and followed her instructions for putting the box base together.
It's not very big. The 25 & Counting (it is 50% OFF right now!) stamp set was used and each stamp was punched with the 1" square (30% OFF) punch. One chocolate kiss will fit inside.
Stamp sets: 25 & Counting, Greetings of the Season
Ink: Real Red, Gumball Green, Early Espresso, Marina Mist
Card Stock: Real Red, Gumball Green 
DSP: Candlelight Christmas
Accessories: Big Shot, Snow Flurry Bigz Die, Apothecary Accents Framelits Dies, Petal Card Punch, Silver Brads, Large Basic Pearls, Simply Scored, Paper-Piercing Tool, Eyelet Border Punch (oops, it's retired)
This version is done in Cherry Cobbler and Garden Green with Be of Good Cheer DSP (20% OFF) and the Seasonal Sayings Stamp Set

There is a huge list of additional items on sale - select Designer Series Papers at 20% off, Accessories at 25-40% off, and a huge selection of stamp sets and MDS 2+ for 50% off!!
Of course, the best value is the Demonstrator Starter Kit. When you join me as a demonstrator during the online Extravaganza you can include SALE items in your starter kit. You still get to choose any products totaling up to $125 and you pay only $99 with FREE SHIPPING! and the Ink-redible promotion is still going on so you will also receive 1 FREE color family of ink pads! (that's 10 ink pads - a $49.95 value) Stampin' Up! is so flexible - you can join just for the extraordinary value of the starter kit, to build a little side business and stamp with friends, or go all out - earn an income, demonstrator rewards of free products and the ultimate - a fabulous trip!

1 comment:

Ruthie Graen said...

Your Christmas boxes you made for your kids are beautiful Carla! What fun for the children and an awesome decoration to enjoy throughout the holidays! Thanks for sharing your talent.