Thursday, December 22, 2011

My Pink Stamper: 12 Days of Christmas!

Hello and welcome to My Pink Stamper's 12 day's of Christmas! The Pink Designers have been making projects for you all week long and are hoping we can inspire you to play along in the challenges to possibly win a CRICUT MINI! That's right! And there are other prizes every day! Check it out! 

I have the 22nd and I hope you like my super quick and easy project! 

In the move, I don't know where my video camera went, so I filmed this with my iPhone and my husband was holding it! So I'm so sorry it's not the best quality, but I still think you can get it! :) 

If you want directions on how to make the bow that are written, click HERE for my post I did like this last year. :) 

My Pink Stamper: Winter Treats and Sayings
Vellum paper: Paper Trey Ink™
Patterned Paper: Echo Park: Holly Jolly
Glue Arts Extreme Adhesive Squares™
Colorbox ink in Black™

OH! The Christmas tradition! Each person in the family gets assigned another person (in Hans's nuclear family) and we get them a "funny gift". We then have to write a poem about it and from the poem the person has to guess what their gift is. For instance Hans' little brother had just been accepted into a hedge fund in Boston a few years ago. So we made him a hedge hog out of an orange with cloves stuck in it and a little curly tail and we wrote about both. So it has to do with both your life and what's going on and something completely ridiculous. It's pretty "punny". 



Unknown said...

Great tutorial, love the bows!!

Lezlye said...

Great Tutorial Court. Love the bow!

Jessica said...

Thanks Courtney, I've seen these before but not with the vellum, I love it. I've kept the pattern and will probably never buy another bow! I wish you and your famil a very merry Christmas!

Chris - Creations in Bloom said...

Love the bows. ... Love your tradition. Sounds like so much fun. I'm sure there's a lot of laughter at your gatherings. : ) Merry Christmas.

Linda said...

This is such a great idea! I LOVE the stamped vellum. You are so clever.

June Houck said...

You are a super star! A perfect tutorial, short, sweet, and easy to that :)

I gotta try this!

DIANA L. said...

Great job on the video. I made the bow actually I made two the first one fell apart because the paper I used was too thick, but it was still pretty. Thanks for the inspiration.

Sara said...

I love love love this tutorial! Literally right after watching your tutorial I went to my craft room and made a bow to put on one of my mom's Christmas gifts! Thank you so much for inspiration!!

CraftyShell said...

Okay well its after Christmas but glad I watched your video, love the video. This will handy for next year or just any time. Never fails you need a bow but all you have are the christmas left over Thanks for sharing truned out so cute.