Snowflake Ornament

Early this month my sister, Tina, and I had a Team Christmas Party. Everyone made a gift our of Stampin' Up! supplies. They were told to wrap the present but not put a name on the gift. We played a little game and stole gifts from each other. Everyone went home with one of the fabulous gifts.
This is a picture of everyone that attended. Unfortunately December is a busy month so some of the ladies couldn't make it but those that came had a great time.
Here's the gift that I received. Jenn made this beauty. I love the details that she put in to it.
I have it sitting where everyone can see it — Thanks Jenn — great job.

Desk Calendar

Here is the final project from my Christmas Buffet — a Desk Calendar. Who wouldn't love to have this to look at everyday.
The base of the calendar is one piece of Black Cardstock — 4 1/4" x 11" score at 5 1/2" and then a second piece that is 4 1/4" x 5" score at 1", 2 1/2", 4" (this second piece is adhered to the inside of the first cardstock to help it stand up steady). The designer paper is 4" x 5 1/4". I used a different pattern of designer paper and the Oval Accent Die to cut the scallop edge at the bottom.
I hope you enjoyed these gift items as much as I did creating them.

Olaf Candy Bar Wrapper

We all LOVE Olaf – right!!! I made a box with Olaf on it early in the season so I thought he would be perfect to join the Christmas Buffet lineup. This time he is helping deliver a Hershey's Chocolate Bar to someone special.
The candy bar wrapper is made from Lost Lagoon cardstock. Olaf is made using Stampin' Up! punches — 2 1/2" circle for his bottom, 2" circle for his middle, jumbo oval for his head, large oval for his cheeks and his black mouth, 1/2" circle for his buttons, owl building punch for his eyes (I added googly eyes over the black circles). His hands are hair are cut free hand. Don't forget to draw on his eyebrows.