5 Fun Free Projects - part 1
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5 Fun Free Day projects - part 2

These are 2 more of the projects I had for my gals to make at 5 Fun Free Day last Saturday. 

A Christmas card made with the "Join the Cheer" Big Shot die and Top Note die, exclusive Stampin' Up! designs!

Christmas card 

This was embellished with Felt Flurries Snowflakes and Build a Brads. Ski Slope DSP & Chocolate Chip cardstock were also used.

Christmas cards 

An additional project was a Gift Card Holder inspired by my friend Marlayne Hardy.   I added a 1/2 scallop to the back to form a pocket to hold a gift card.  This can be used as an ornament, a package tie, a card or a gift card holder.... and CHECK IT OUT, Shannon.. I USED GLITTER!  :)

Gift card holder front     

This project uses two Big Shot dies: Scallop Circle, and Scallop Circle #2.  I also used the Snow Swirled set and Baja Breeze ink.  The snowflakes are punched out with the Snow Blossom punch.

Gift card holder back   


2 of the other 5 Fun Free Projects were previously shown in THIS POST, and the 5th project was the Cowboy Card previously shown HERE.

Have a FABULOUS weekend!

Patty signature color 2



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I love all these wonderful projects!!And i wish i had a big shot! The dies are really really great!I also love the combination of brown, white and blue.

xo Melanie

arielle g

Super cute!!! I love popping over to see what you've been up to... I made the scalloped envy box today~ Thanks a bunch!


Patty I'm so proud of you! :) You've come a long way w/your glitter usage! Keep it up!!!

Cindy Major

The card is stunning, and the pocket on the back of the scallop circle is a great idea!!



It's beautiful! Congratulations!

Lynda Hidalgo

Just love the soft color the glitter touches are just awesome . Well done and ty for sharing.


Hey there! So excited to see that you used my tag idea :) Love that you made it into a gift card holder. Take Care!

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