Saturday, January 19, 2008

"Card Class Gift Items"

Here is what I came up with for the gift items part of my class. This will count as 4 projects. They will be making a wrapped Hershey bar, gum holder, 2 peppermint sammiches, and Hershey kiss tent with 3 kisses. I found the perfect kisses too. They are dark chocolate raspberry and the wrapper is silver with red hearts. I bought everyone the tin bucket from the $1 spot at Target and some paper shred so they can take it home in something and give it away if they want. I also have cello bags to wrap it up nice with a bow if they want. On the bottom of the bucket is the stupid price tag that for the life of me I can't get off without leaving a bunch on the bottom. So I took my Giga scallop punch and punched out a scallop circle and glued it on the bottom. I'm sure they will love this cause when I used to take the class my favorite part was the gift items. I am going to try to do at least three per class.
Stamps: Happy Hearts, Everyday Flexible Phrases
Paper: Real Red, Pink Passion, Whisper White
Ink: Real Red, Pink Passion
Accessories: Hershey Kisses, Hershey Bar, Crimper, 1 1/4 & 1 3/8 SU Circle Punches, Giga and Mega Scallop Circle, SU White Gel Pen, SU Scallop Circle, Word Window, Tacky Tape, Trident Gum, York Peppermint Patties


Sara Paschal said...

So very cute!

cyndi said...

very cute! love it!

Gwen Snater said...

these are all just so cute...wish I could come to the class!!!

Lauri said...

I wish I could come to the class, too! Too bad I am so far away in Connecticut! Looks like a lot of fun!

Lee said...

Those are so sweet......truly!!

Melissa said...

Awesome, awesome awesome! You know I can't get enough of your gift sets. I LOVE THEM!!

Many Blessings,

Anonymous said...

As usual, I love your some GOO GONE, takes of icky adhesive!


JoAnna Goodman said...

Adorable set! Wish I wasn't so far...I'd love to come to your class!

Anonymous said...

Cute projects. The best way I have found to get price stickers removed is to spray with Fantastik spray cleaner and leave for awhile-will usually scrape right off.

tfs Bev J.

Marge Robertson said...

Hi, Rochelle,

Darling gift set! What a fun class!

Glad you found my blog through Gwen's and thank you for all your sweet comments. My Mom was a MN native too!

My tip for removing the glue is 91%Isopropyl Alcohol. The "rubbing alcohol" we usually have is 70%, but Walgreens carries the stronger formulation also. I used it to remove a huge sticker from a plastic chair mat. It worked great & the 91% alcohol is inexpensive!