Monday, December 7, 2009

Saturday - SU Play Day WOW!

Wow Playday was packed with fun and beautiful goodies. Brenda is a great SU Demo and so full of life and love of God that the time flies by when your with her. My favorite was the gift bag we made with glossy paper using Serene Snowflakes from the Christmas mini and A Wish for Peace on page 38. I have never done the crayon resist technique but Brenda gave us all a white crayon as a gift and we made the snow. We mounted the image on Night of Navy paper and then after stamping snowflakes (Big on Christmas page 40) on the white shopping bag we mounted the image. I think its gorgeous and you can use it for a card or gift bag.
Shhhhhhhh Ryan is my grandson so don't tell him but this is his Christmas ornament that I plan on hanging on the tree. We cut out two boots out of Real Red used DSP Merry Moments for the topper, toe and heel. We reinforced the topper with a 4 X 4 Real real and rounder the edges then we connected it with a eyelet and...................
There you are a gift card holder cute as can be. I love it and I added Ryan's name to the topper to personalize it. Love it!!

Then Brenda threw in this Glove project where she got 2 pair for $1.00 somewhere, you fill up some M&M's in a cello bag put it in the glove adorn the glove attach the Christmas Story and another great surprise to put on your Co-workers desk, your kids pals or hang on the tree. Nothing fancy but so adorable.
And lastly a super simple card using Big on Christmas stamp set page 40, color the letters, punch out with the scalloped edge punch half of it on the top of the card then in Bashful blue punch a full circle match it to the punched one on the front of the card then glue it to the inside. Stamp one of the Snowflakes from Serene Snowflakes to white cs with Bashful Blue ink mount it on the full scalloped circle then I used Versamark ink a snowflake and Dazzling Diamonds and it was done. So cute and Brenda did it again made my day with fun, laughter and lots of smiles.
Brenda is an Independent Demonstrator if any one is looking for a SU lady in the Chattanooga area, contact me and I will give you her number.
Thank you Brenda and may I say the 2 1/2 inches of snow that God gave us just made the day fabulous. God Bless


Anonymous said...

What a fun collection of projects, Jeanine!! I bet you had a terrific time making them, and I appreciate the inspiration!! The bag that is your fav is particularly gorgeous, and I love that sweet little M&M's poem. Thanks for sharing!!

Sandy said...

Wow, you have lots of cuties! I too love the M&M idea! I'm doing a mittens theme for winter so popping those in a mitten would be perfect!