It's hard to believe that Christmas break is almost upon us! I have 2 kids in elementary school and they are done on December 18th! School has definitely been unique this fall (to put it mildly!) and I think more than ever, teachers deserve a special thank you!
It doesn't take long to take a simple gift for you teacher and add some extra thoughtfulness by dressing up the packaging it comes in! Today I have 2 projects for you. One is a cute pencil holder and the other is a gift card holder.
I was inspired for this pencil holder by an image in Stampin' Up!'s upcoming January to June Mini Catalogue and I wanted to try my own. One year we gave my daughter's teacher some nice pens for Christmas and he just thought it was the greatest thing!
Be sure to watch the video below from today's Facebook Live (which I do every Thursday!) and learn how to make this project.
The second project is another simple gift card holder. Just put in a gift card to Starbucks or Tim Hortons and I'm sure your children's teacher or maybe your neighbour will appreciate the thought!
Here is the video for you to learn how to make these projects for yourself!
My projects today feature products that are retiring from the August - December 2020 Mini Catalogue. Most of the Designer Series Paper is on sale, so be sure to grab your favourite package! I've listed all the products I've used below, you can click on any item to see it in the online store. There are many fabulous deals to be had with the Year End Closeout this month!
For the rest of the month, I also have an ordering special. If you use my December Online Shopping Code 6P9J9G4N and spend over $40 you will receive a special thank you gift from me, a package of 6"x6" retired Christmas themed designer series paper!
- Spend over $200 and you don't need the code. You'll receive Stampin' Rewards to get free products! (and still qualify for my thank you gift!)
- The Starter Kit is always the best deal, $135 for $165 worth of product and free shipping!
If you don't like ordering online, I am always available to help! Just send me a message and I would love to give you a hand.
Thanks friends for stopping by and have fun crafting!