Thursday, January 5, 2012

Here are some Christmas Projects that I did not..................

get a chance to upload during the holidays as everything was so usual!  Unfortunately, with everything that has been going on with my husband's health, as well as his daughter's, I was only able to design a couple of Christmas cards.

This is one that I designed for my good crafting friend that I served with on the Pazzles Design team.  I used my new Silhouette Cameo to cut the snowflakes, flowers and birds, which I heat embossed.  The lattice was done using my Martha Stewart "Garden Trellis" Deep Edge Punch.  The "Metallic Loop" trim is by Simplicity, and purchased from Walmart.

The other card that I designed was for my oldest son Doug, who was unable to come visit during the holidays due to his job and he lives out of state.  I can't remember now where I saw a card like this, but I love the design you place the gift card in the "package" that is in the sleigh!  Sleigh and snowflakes are Silhouette cutting files cut with my Cameo!

This is a gift box made from a free cutting file from SVG cuts.  I used pink mulberry paper to line the inside and the flower on top was made by me.  This was for our youngest granddaughter, Jennifer.

This is another SVG Cuts free file, made for our oldest great granddaughter, Jodi.  This was cut using my Cameo and the flower on top is by Recollections.

This little "purse box" was made for our three year old great granddaughter, Taylor Marie and I have to say that I had so much fun making this one.  It was made from a Silhouette file, including the graphics on the back, cut with my Cameo and I used some "nail art" to decorate the flap!

Front View:

Back View:

I used my Cameo to do "print and cut" gift tags that I found online...I used "Crystal" Stickles to make them come to life!

Thanks for stopping by to check these out and I want to wish each and every one of you a happy, wonderful and prosperous New Year!!!  Please come back soon and please don't forget to leave a little comment!


Barbara said...

Your projects always just take my breath away, Pam! They are all just stunning!

febe said...

Hi Pam! You have a good set of awesome projects. Keep it up!


Karen said...

These are stunning! Thanks so much for sharing. I've had my Silhouette (the original one)for years, but haven't done much more than the basics because I can't devote the time to sitting down and actually learning all it can do. This is inspiring.

Jennifer said...


What amazing projects!!! :)

Thank you so much for sharing,

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Brenda Gabriel de Melo said...

Hey! I want to know how I can upload the purse box! I couldn't do it! If you can, I would like you to send it on my e-mail !