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Stampin' Up! Christmas 3-D Swaps!

Hey there! Today I'm sharing Christmas 3-D swaps I received at Orlando Onstage!


First, Joanne Cantrell created this gorgeousness with a Mini Pizza Box, sponge brayer, and Farmhouse Christmas stamps! The supplies are listed at the end of this post, but I can also tell you she used the Colorful Season Stamp set and the Seasonal Layers Thinlets!


Joanne commissioned a friend to create scrumptious cookies to include in the box, unfortunately, the cookies turned out to be just a little bit too big, but she gave them to us anyway!


Another one of my Yes Mam! Stampers team, Martha Swift, created this lovely package tag with the Candy Cane Season and Label Me Pretty Stamp sets. She embossed the white background layer with the Swirls & Curls Textured Impressions Embossing Folder and heat embossed the images with Copper Stampin' Emboss Powder!


As an extra added touch Martha tied the Scallop Tag Topper-punched tag with 1/4" Copper Trim. This trim is so versatile, it can be pulled apart, creating a much larger embellishment than ever! The gift this is tied to is a pretty red kitchen spatula!


Finally, my dear friend Linda Hunt created this "Christmas-cracker" type treat holder with Cherry Cobbler card stock and Dashing Along Designer Series Paper. She simply embellished it with a piece of 1/4" Cherry Cobbler Double-Stitched Ribbon!


I have never made one of these before, but Linda has sent me her directions. I'm excited to give it a try!


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Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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