I’m not going to lie, this Christmas Pines Stamp Set has got to be one of my favorite Christmas carry-overs in the Annual Catalog. That background stamp of stars is simply glorious and the thinlets – WOW!
The Christmas Pines Stamp Set with a total of 22 photopolymer stamps, many of which could be used for things other that Christmas, is on page 96 of the 2018-2019 Annual Catalog. The matching Pretty Pines Thinlets are on page 219.
There are endless possibilities with the Christmas Pines Stamp Set and Pretty Pines Thinlets both for Christmas and other times of the year. A worthwhile addition to your stash if you don’t already have them!
Time seems to be disappearing before my eyes yet I’m not sitting back contemplating my navel I can assure you – I’ve made six dozen personal Christmas cards; I’m about to make two dozen “work orientated” Christmas cards for hubby; I’m helping a friend in her shop each day until Christmas during school hours; plus I’m still a mother of two and wife to one and with no Christmas fairies to do the washing and cooking there’s still THAT to do each and every day. But hey, I wouldn’t have it any other way. Well, maybe just a smidge, lol! 🙂
But enough yabbering, the Tiny Treat Boxes (135829 – $8.95 for 25) on page 10 of the Holiday Catty are a favorite of mine. They are just so darn versatile but for today’s post I’ve simply used the catalog as my inspiration.
Aren’t they the cutest? And what a great way of using up those little pieces of cardstock that one accumulates. A bit of Dazzling Diamond Glitter, a few Basic Rhinestone and voila, what fun!
Now, a quick heads-up given we are getting closer to Christmas, for anyone wanting Christmas supplies or thinking of purchasing some Christmas supplies as gifts, I’ll be submitting my last order next week, Tuesday 9th December. This allows a full two weeks for orders to arrive and no disappointments.