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December 17, 2018

     I had lots of “leftover” die cuts, colored snowmen and such, so I used up a lot of it making these Wine Gift Bags. I’m happy with how they turned out and I was able to sell some of them at my last Christmas Season Craft Fair this past weekend.

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It would be fun to do a class where everyone can make these…next year, what do you think?? Would you like a class like that?

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This second set of wine bags, I used the Dashing Along DSP, which has been one of my favorite DSP’s from this Holiday Catalog. What’s your favorite Holiday dsp?

Thank you for visiting my blog today!

Be sure and come back Wednesday and the rest of the month for sneak peeks at some cards I’ve been working on with products from the 2019 Occasions Catalog and the 2019 Sale-A-Bration Catalog!!!

I can only show you the outside of the catalog right now…come back on January 3rd and you can see the inside! If you want a catalog sent, just place an order with me and I’ll send you a catalog or you can email or pm me to arrange it so I can send you a free catalog, (You only pay for the S&H)

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4 Responses to “Gifting Wine?”

  1. luv2stampwithdebgmailcom

    I’m so glad you enjoyed it. Coloring is my favorite relaxing activity, and the Stampin’ Blends, (alcohol markers) make it especially fulfilling! My daughter has used this type of marker for years and she always loved it. I didn’t try them until SU! came out with a line of alcohol markers.

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  2. luv2stampwithdebgmailcom

    Yes, that is a beautiful dsp. Fun fact, Stampin’ Up designers actually arrange the florals, pine needles, ornaments, lights etc… and do the photography to create our photo-dsp’s. I thought that was pretty cool. They showed us a video, last April at Onstage I believe it was, showing us the process.

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