Today I am sharing one of the projects I recently shared in my subscriber tutorials (if you would like to receive tutorials on projects like this in your email inbox SUBSCRIBE HERE - they are free).
It's a festive money holder for those who like to give money for gifts at Christmas, and I have used the Stampin' Up! Boughs of Holly Suite from the 2022 July to December Mini Catalogue. This was inspired by my clever sister who makes these.
I love the traditional combination of red (both Real Red and Cherry Cobbler), Garden Green and Crumb Cake with a touch of gold. It's one of my favourite Christmas colour combinations. The Boughs of Holly DSP is so delicious and the suite is lovely.
I created a belly band band decorated it with die cuts from the bundle, as well as some gold and red embellishments. My sentiment is from Brightest Glow stamp set, and this sentiment fits perfectly in the stitched squares which are in the Stylish Shapes Dies.
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