Patterned occasions thank you gifts …

I made these treat holders as thank you gifts, giving a little sneak peek of Stampin’ Up!’s patterned occasions stamp set, which will be FREE during sale-a-bration, starting soon on 22nd January…

Saleabration Thanks a ton gift holders

I love this cute stamp set and there will be lots of other freebies on offer for every £45 spend during sale-a-bration.

You can also still order items from the autumn/winter catalogue until the end of January, which is where you will find the gorgeous orchard harvest designer series paper and the gumball green sweater trim I used.

Saleabration Thanks a ton gift holder contents

I popped some peppermint tea, an after eight mint and the little thank you card into the holder making a cute little thank you for my friends.

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Here’s what you need to make today’s projects – all supplies from Stampin’ Up!:

cardstock: whisper white; inks: stampin’ write markers in pretty-in-pink, regal rose, old olive, early espresso, so saffron, more mustard; accessories: orchard harvest dsp,  sweater trim in gumball green, mini glue dots, simply scored scoreboard; additional: teabag & chocolate gifts.

Thanks for dropping by today

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5 Responses to “Patterned occasions thank you gifts …”

  1. Aw! this is so lovley, what a really nice thank you gift.

  2. These are adorable…yours are the first samples I’ve seen and will now consider getting a set in the next two orders!

  3. I received this email from Magda:

    Dear Gill,

    I’ve just read your latest blog on ‘thank you’ gift/treat holders – they are super! You are so creative! Have you got instructions on how to score the papers in order to make the small envelope-type shape required? I wonder whether it would be possible to email me the details? I’d love to make them myself, though not using exactly the same materials as yourself, but what I have at hand.

    Thanks, and looking forward to your next blog!

    Regards,
    Magda

    http://stampingwithmagda.blogspot.co.uk/

    Answer:

    Instructions for the treat holders are now in my “free tutorials” section – hope you enjoy making them!

    Gill x

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