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Sunday, November 14, 2021

Unity Bloghop 2021

It isn't the size of the gift that matters, but the size of the heart that gives it. ~Eileen Elias Freeman, The Angels' Little Instruction Book, 1994

Good morning!
We are starting the day off with a quick Blog Hop sponsored by Unity Stamps! If you comment on all the blogs in the hop, you will get a chance to win one of two amazing prize packages from Unity Stamps!

Today I am sharing two sets of cards I made for a friend as part of her Christmas gift this year. Usually, I make a gift box for the cards but this year I decided to change it up and created matching gift bags that the cards could be stored in. I then made matching gift tags so that she could use the bags later for gifting purposes when the cards were gone.

This is a set of Christmas cards

Christmas card supplies:
  • Stamp set: “A Child is Born” from Unity Stamp Co.
  • Cardstock from The Paper Studio (base) and Stampin Up!
  • Design Paper from my Stash
  • Ink from Stampin Up!
  • Rhinestone from my Stash

Matching Gift Bag & Tag


Matching Gift Bag & Tag supplies
  • Sentiments from a grab bag from Unity Stamp Co.
  • Card stock from The Paper Studio, Bazzill
  • Design Paper from my scrap bin
  • Embossing folder “Snowflakes” from Darice
  • Ink from Stampin Up!
  • Label punch from Stampin Up!
  • Paper lunch bag from my stash
  • Tag dies from Creative Dies Plus
  • Twine from my Stash
  • WRMK Corner Muncher
  • WRMK Hole Punch

This is a set of Any Occasion cards
Any Occasion Card supplies:
  • Miscellaneous sentiments from a grab bag from Unity Stamp Co
  • Archival ink from Rangers
  • Banner punch form Stampin Up!
  • Cardstock from The Paper Studio (base), Stampin Up, American Crafts and my scrap box
  • Design paper from my Stash
  • Embossing folder from Stampin Up!
  • Tag corner punch from Stampin Up!
  • Sheet load of cards December 2019

Matching Gift Bag & Tag


Matching Gift Bag & Tag supplies
  • Sentiments “To/From” from a grab bag from Unity Stamp Co
  • Card stock from The Paper Studio
  • Design paper “Striking Stripes: from G.C.D. Studios
  • Gross grain ribbon from my stash
  • Ink from Stampin Up!
  • Paper lunch bag from my stash
  • Tag dies from Creative Dies Plus
  • Twine from my Stash
  • WRMK Corner Muncher
  • WRMK Tag Hole Punch

I hope you have enjoyed these projects as much has enjoyed making them! Don’t forget to visit the other Unity gals' blogs below and comment on each one for a chance to win one of those two prize packs from Unity Stamp Company! Good Luck!




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Here are links to the Unity Stamp Company Store and Social Media Sites!
Go check them out! You won’t be disappointed!

7 comments:

stamping sue said...

Terrific tags! I am a tag gal from way back...always love to stamp tags in all shapes and sizes to use instead of cards sometimes. The bags are delightful.
stamping sue
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

Debbie Farrell said...

Your cards and tags are lovely! Love the colors,that you chose.

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

great projects for the blog hop today, I just love the use of the to/from stamps. I never know how to do anything fancy with those.

Glennis F said...

Wow! Such a lovely variety of projects, you have been very busy!

Kelly Parker said...

Love all your projects!!

Becca Yahrling said...

These are all just wonderful! Love the pretty papers you used. I love that Nativity set; it's so sweet.

Wilma DeG said...

What great projects! I'm always looking for different ways to use my stamps.