Jingle belles

Debra Burgin Snowflake StockingThis was the Super Saturday card that caused some frustration.  I pre-cut some parts of this card (the snowflake and the vellum medallion) because I was a little concerned about the twine bow.  Actually, not the bow so much, but the cute little jingle bells with the cute little space through which you cajole the Baker’s Twine.  I encouraged stampers to “Lick and twist!  Lick and twist!” but the time constraints and the uncooperative twine were a bad combination.  I think there may have been some muttered hostility directed at me by my dear stamping friends!

And then, someone said, “What about using…”  To be continued tomorrow.

Stamps:  Stitched Stockings*, Hand-Penned Holidays*

Ink/color:  Cherry Cobbler, VersaMark

Paper:  Sahara Sand, Shimmery White, White Vellum Card Stock, Cherry Cobbler

Other:  Big Shot, Snow Burst Textured Impressions Embossing Folder*, Northern Flurry  Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Embossing Buddy, Heat Tool and Stampin’ Emboss Powder (White), Ticket Corner Punch, Silver Mini Brads, Snowflake #2 Die (pre-cut), Perfect Pennants Die (pre-cut), Stocking Builder Punch*, 3/8” Velvet Stitched Ribbon (Very Vanilla)*, Baker’s Twine (Cherry Cobbler/White), Mini Jingle Bells*, Basic Pearl, Dazzling Details*, Stampin’ Dimensionals

*Holiday Mini Catalog

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2 Responses to Jingle belles

  1. I’m having a stamp camp on Wednesday night and am using the mini jingle bells on cherry cobbler baker’s twine. Since I’ve got some new stampers, I’ve threaded the bells on the twine in advance, LOL! Can’t wait to read about your user’s tip.

  2. Barbara Vogt says:

    Can’t wait to hear your tip! I have used beading needles (a tip from my dear friend Judy), but that is a little tedious with these teeny tiny things.

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