Stamp Camp Projects

When I design projects for classes or events, I always like their to be a theme or featured product that is displayed on what I create.  Our Stamping In Paradise Stamp Camp Projects all had these things in common.  They carried the same color scheme (Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green, and Real Red).  They all displayed a piece of This Christmas Designer Series Paper.  Most of them had touches of gold by using Gold Foil Sheets or Gold Sequins and some had white ribbon accents.

The first project was this card created with the adorable Merry Tags Framelit Dies and a brand new embossing folder called Pine Bough that displays a beautiful pine branch pattern.  The greeting on this card came from the set Wonderful Year which I also used on the next project as well.

Merry Tag Christmas Card - www.stampedwithaloha.com

Merry Tag Christmas Card - www.stampedwithaloha.com

Project two was a index card booklet.  This cute booklet is bound together with a one inch book ring.  This book is really cute and very useful for the upcoming Holiday Season which I like to refer to as "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" which is why I chose this sentiment for the front of the book.

Wonderful Year Holiday Book - www.stampedwithaloha.com

Wonderful Year Holiday Book - www.stampedwithaloha.com

This book is the perfect size to throw in your purse and use for your daily "to do" list or use it as a Holiday planner.  You could also use it as a journal to record special memories during the holidays.

The next project was a box.  The box is adorned with beautiful pine branches with gold and silver accents.  These items come from our Present and Pinecones collection.  My favorite part of this project is the pine boughs that were created with the Pretty Pines Thinlit Dies.  They are so beautiful and almost look real.  The sentiment on this box comes from the Candy Cane Christmas stamp set.

Candy Cane Christmas Pine Bough Box - www.stampedwithaloha.com

Candy Cane Christmas Pine Bough Box - www.stampedwithaloha.com

The inside of the box contained wrapped hershey nuggets.

Inside of Candy Cane Christmas Pine Bough Box - www.stampedwithaloha.com

Inside of Candy Cane Christmas Pine Bough Box - www.stampedwithaloha.com

This quick and simple box makes for the perfect packaging for a small gift or a handful of holiday candy.

The next card is probably my favorite.  I found a way to use the Pineapple stamp in a more practical way.  I removed the crown from the base of the pineapple of my stamp so it would make it divided the stamp in two, in order to make it easier to stamp the pineapple in multiple colors.  

Since another one of the stamp sets I would be highlighting at this event was Here's To Cheers, I found the perfect sentiment from that set to match this card.

Pineapple Christmas Card - www.stampedwithaloha.com

Pineapple Christmas Card - www.stampedwithaloha.com

The final project and probably the one that got the most compliments was our Here's to Cheers Sparkling Cider project.

Here's To Cheers Sparkling Cider Bottle - www.stampedwithaloha.com

Here's To Cheers Sparkling Cider Bottle - www.stampedwithaloha.com

This bottle was wrapped with red glimmer paper and a gold foil reindeer stands out on the front with his rhinestone nose that has been colored with a red sharpie pen.  The tag on the top of the bottle comes from our new Cheerful Tags Framelits that has this amazing tag that is made to slip over the top of bottles to create a hanging tag.  Love that this project is Sparkling in many ways from the cider to the glimmer paper, rhinestones and the sparkling sentiment this project definitely displays a super sparkly gift that would be fun to give away this Holiday season.  These large gusseted cello bags are also wonderful too, they are designed with this type of project in mind.

Well, I hope you enjoyed a closer look at our Stamp Camp projects.  I certainly enjoyed creating them and even more so seeing the smiling faces of everyone at camp enjoying putting them together.  

I hope this post has given you some inspiration for projects you may want to recreate this Holiday season.  

 

 

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