Early December always brings a few Christmas Fairs for me to attend and this year was no exception. I had my annual attendance at the School Fair in our village here and this year, our son's former pre school fair the following day.
I like to make a few different things each year and here are just a few things that I added this year to my usual selection.
These Cutie Pie boxes, turned to stand up, look like festive trees and were filled with wrapped chocolates.The ribbon although now retired, was one that I found on Clearance Rack following Christmas last year. It's a great time to stock up on things like this and as we speak, there are some great ribbons that have been added to the End of Year Sale that is worth a look.
I embellished with the gorgeous wooden snowflakes that I've loved so much this year and stamped quite simply with a larger snowflake and the word Peace.
These Rudolph Gift Bags were inspired by a German Demonstrator, Danny Hikade. Her Rudolph wasn't made using punch art, so I created him using the ever so popular Owl Punch that we're seeing so much of on Pinterest. Isn't he just so cute?!
The Gift Bag Punch Board that I used to create these, is ever so simple to use and this medium sized bag, held a whole bag of Thornton's Chocolates beautifully.
Many people give Gift Vouchers or Cash at Christmas and these little wallets were made using the Gift Card Envelope & Trims Thinlits.
Again, simply embellished with a single stamped snowflake and some wording from a retired Festive Project Life set, I then held it together with elasticated thread, tied through another wooden snowflake. I so love these.
I topped some Punch Art animal bookmarks with Santa Hats and made my usual Snowman Soups and Santa Boxes.
All in all my offerings were well received and I hope you like what I've shared with you today.
I trust your Christmas preparations are coming together nicely and that your gift packaging looks beautiful.
Have a great Christmas
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