2018 Holiday Catalog, Annual 2018-2019, Christmas, Designer Series Paper

Cup of Christmas Cheer

I’m back from OnStage and it was AMAZING!! I need to get some more rest so I hope you enjoy today’s project! I used my Product of the Week the 2″ x 8″ Cellophane Bags! They are the perfect size for so many treats! I’ll be share a handful of ideas this week of what I have filled them with recently!

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They are food safe so I do use them for food treats a lot! Today I made a mug of goodies to be all Christmasy and warm! I bought this white mug from the Dollar Tree. They have some other super cute mugs but I just wanted a basic one so I could dress it up some.

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I used the Festive Farmhouse Designer Series Paper, the Farmhouse Christmas and the coordinating burlap.

This first treat I dded some of these soft peppermints from the Dollar Tree into one of the cellophane bags. These can be used to add some peppermint flavor to your hot cocoa or in this case cappuccino!

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For the top I used the Gray Granite and Cherry Cobbler plaid pattern cut to 3″ by 2 1/4″ and scored at 1 1/2″. I fold over the top of the cellophane bag and staple it (I do this to all of them).  Then I use tear tape to add the Designer Series Paper (DSP) to it.

For the sentiment this is one stamp that I stamped twice, once on Whisper White and as well as Gray Granite. I used Cherry Cobbler. I punched the Whisper White piece with the 2″ circle punch. I die cut the Merry Christmas with the stitched banner framelit.

I added the layers on with Stampin’ Dimensionals then added a couple rhinestones to finish it of!

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Now time for some yummy cookies to eat by themselves or to dip in the cappuccino! These can be found at the Dollar Tree as well as many other stores.

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I took another piece of DSP and the time I die cut it with the Stitched Labels die. I attached it like I did above. I then stamped the sentiment and die cut it with the small circle from Stitched Shapes dies. I bent it over and attached it with a Stampin’ Dimensionals in the front and tear tape in the back.

I added a rhinestone and used the Farmhouse Cotton Twine in the Old Olive for a bow. I attached the bow with glue dots.

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Finally to our star, our cappuccino mix! I just used store bought. I used the same dimensions from the first topper for this one.

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I stamped the truck with Cherry Cobbler onto Very Vanilla and die cut it. I stamped the sentiment in Cherry Cobbler onto Gray Granite. I die cut it with the smallest oval die from the Stitched Shapes framelits.

I added both with Stampin’ Dimensionals. Then I added a rhinestone!

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I did include some shortbread cookies as well in the mug. I found long pack of 4 cookies at the Dollar Tree. The Dollar Tree was great inspiration for this gift!

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I wrapped the mug in some DSP and added a sentiment and the burlap bow. You could wrap this in some larger cellophane if you want or leave it open and add a gift tag!

Here’s the list of items I used for this whole project! I hope this sparks some ideas for gifts for Christmas or any time depending on sentiments!

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Have a great Tuesday!

Keep Stampin’

Britney Vanderlaan

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