That being said, I will have a table again this year at the very wonderful Holiday Shopping Night - held at Dolbeare Elementary in Wakefield, MA. This event is GREAT and there are so many awesome vendors there. Please, if you're local to me, I would LOVE to see you there! Come by and be sure to introduce yourself...!! My Mom and I will be there - she is always my #1 helper
Facebook Page: Dolbeare Elementary Shopping Night
Details: Thursday, Nov 8th 6pm-9pm 340 Lowell Street Wakefield, MA
Pretty much everything you've seen me recently post on my blog will be available for purchase. Hope to see some of you there!!
Here's another example of a pair that I made with more of an Autumn theme (using those same stickers from Imaginisce)over on A Cherry on Top. You can also view my video below to see how I assembled these. Click here to watch on YouTube. Thanks for watching, please let me know if you have any questions. I love that this project makes use of OLD stuff that I have lying around (I'm not sure about you but I have lots of envelopes that need to be put to use!) I have seen other things with envelopes too, like gift card holders. Perhaps I will tackle that one in another tutorial for you, if you guys are interested? Have a great day!
The good people over at A Cherry on Top wanted to send me some Halloween stuff to play with. I picked this super cute Monster Mash Halloween line from Imaginisce - I just love all the cute characters in this line! Here are some M&M Holders that I pulled together using the die cuts in this collection.
Here are some more individual photos for you to check out. I also have a VIDEO to show you how I put these together, so be sure to scroll down!
Here's my video tutorial for making these. For more information on where to by supplies, check out A Cherry On Top. Thanks!!
To start, I printed these labels using my color printer. The best part is that they are sized to fit a 1 3/4" circle punch perfectly (even easier!). I nested with a 2" circle and tied the labels to these mini bags full of oatmeal & colored Christmas sprinkles. I printed the poem on mailing labels & adhered them to the bags.
These are so easy - anyone can make 'em - I promise! Definitely give these a try this season if you can...
FYI: the font used on my poem is called "Kirsten ITC"
I used some Stampin Up designer paper that I had been previously hoarding on these. It was just so pretty, I didn't want to use it. But I decided it was finally time, LOL. I punched out the sentiment on the front using the Large Oval punch from Stampin Up. (click here to see my original post on these from last year, which includes a link to instructions_
One last note about these: I put each of these into clear plastic bags to protect them before putting them out at my fair. I find that because they are tied shut, people want to pick them up & peak inside. It causes them to endure a lot of handling and can easily get damaged. I simply used some clear plastic bags that you can find in the candy section at a Hobby store, along with some scotch tape to seal them shut. When I put them out on display, I placed a photo of the inside next to the price tag .That way buyers could see the poem and teabag on the inside and knew what they were getting!
By the way, if you're looking for more photos from my Holiday Shopping Night, you can find them on my Facebook page.