Monday, November 4, 2013

Hot Chocolate Gift Holder

Good Monday Morning!

I hope you've had a wonderful weekend and have gotten over your Halloween sugar rush!  It was the first year my boys went Trick or Treating and they were over the top excited to have received so much loot!

The moment Halloween is over my mind turns to coming up with designs for the Holidays.  I'm not a fan of the cold weather so this little project suits me to a T!  This little mug full of hot chocolate with a dollop of whip cream and a peppermint stick opens to reveal an a box suitable to hide a little gift for someone special! And, as I promised to give away a little Blog Candy in my Spookier Halloween in Owlville post, I thought this might jump start someone else's Holiday designing too.

So, without further ado, the winner of this tutorial is....Sue McNeill, who's comment was: "It has to be the Bride of Frankenstein...never saw one before!  You are simply amazing and I hope the blog candy is one of these cards!  I hope you can make use of this little gift holder tutorial Sue!  I'll be emailing your COMPLIMENTARY tutorial to you shortly!

The Hot Chocolate Gift Holder tutorial comes complete with a full list of Stampin' Up! supplies along with a detailed step by step photo PDF tutorial.  The finished measurements of the mug are 4" x 4" (the box opening is roughly 3" x 3").  If you would like to purchase your own copy of this tutorial, please visit my Tutorial Store.

I hope this has "warmed" you up to the idea of beginning your Holiday projects.  Over the next few weeks I'll be sharing a few more designs and tutorials to help you with your Holiday gift giving and decor.  My mind always spins with ideas at this time of the year - lets hope I can accomplish them all to share with you!  Pop back in here tomorrow as I'll be sharing the first project I designed for U Stamp with Dawn & Friends, Knockout Punches.

Until next time...
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Cary said...

So beautiful! Love your work!

2fune said...

Adorable Melissa! How sweet, I love the design. The embossing on it and the handle, so cute. Congrats to Sue as the winner of the blog candy tutorial!

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