I've been working on getting ideas for tray favors for the hospital which the church ladies will produce for Christmas this year. Again, I'm at a blank because we are not allowed to put any food stuffs in the favors. That leaves out an awful lot of ideas. I've got a couple ideas...singing carolers made out of tubes, an ornament book of sorts that wishes the individual a Merry Christmas etc. and includes the Christmas story in short form. They have to be suited for all ages & both genders and is just for the dinner trays on Christmas day. If you have any suggestions or can point me to a site or blog to help, that would be great!. Thanks in advance.
Thursday's class was fun. I actually made 4 cards for the ladies to see and they chose two do make. I just want to share and teach everything I know, and everything I see on other sites. Unfortunately I cannot remember who I got the ideas and designs from half the time and I appologize for not giving credit where credit is due. Specifically this first card. It is almost identical, if not, to a card I saw sometime in the last week. Well, copying is the biggest form of flattery. I love this card and so simple to do with the new French Foliage. I used the rectangle spellbinder and showed the ladies how to make a square from it to use as a background border and used another form of masking for the sentiment. I used a satin ribbon as well as a grossgrain ribbon for 2 separate cards. This one shows thegrossgrain.
I also used Confetti White CS and the little flecks of all the fall colours just pop out in person.
What is Thanksgiving without a turkey?
Not much really and this is my take on the all punched very colourful bird.
Just too cute!
Hope you can get some inspiration too!