Holiday Project Kits

Hooray, the 2016 Holiday Stampin’ Up! catalog is available to everyone.  I spent most of my August playing with the new holiday products.  Although I have not inked up all of my new holiday toys, I have made a dent in it.  My first priority was to finish assembling all three of the Holiday Project Kits as shown on pages 32 through 35 in the holiday catalog.

Project Kits, Stampin' Up!, 2016 Holiday catalog

This year’s project kits include Tin of Tags,  Stitched with Cheer holiday cards and Forever Evergreen Christmas trees for Home Decor.  These kits have been produced for ease of assembly.  You do not have to be an experienced stamper to obtain excellent results.  Each kit has its own Stampin’ Up! video that will include tips for assembly.  As an independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, I will be providing classes the next several months in which I will provide the additional supplies required to make each project kit.  The extra supplies include the stamp set and the ink pads for each project kit.  Each class attendee will need to bring their own glue dots, tear & tape adhesive and stampin’ dimensionals.

Tin of Tags Project Kit

This project kit includes the fun tin that stores all 30 of your tags!

 

Stitched with Cheer Project Kit

This kit makes a total of 18 cards, 6 each of three designs.  The stitching is a very easy backstitch.  The kit includes a cover piece to hide the stitching as well as matching envelope liners for all envelopes.

Forever Evergreen Project Kit

This kit produces 3 lovely evergreen trees of an amazing size.  Plenty large enough for decorating a table or mantel.  There are various tree decorations to make with my favorite being the tree toppers.

So, are you interested in one of my project kit classes?  Would love to see you…

Have fun stamping,

Katy

One thought on “Holiday Project Kits

  1. Debbie

    Gorgeous!! You did a fantastic job on all of them, but then you are the Queen of 3D! Am I interested in coming to a project kit class? You bet!! Just wish we lived closer!

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