Saturday, December 20, 2008

stationary gift Jackie Topa style




Here is one of the gifts I made using the Jackie Topa's stationary box.
This uses "eastern blooms stamp set" from Stampin Up and Washington Apple Designer paper.
We got a big snow storm yesterday, about 12 inches of snow. The boys did not have school, so I used the whole day to finish my calendars for my husband and in-laws. So, hopefully I can get some photos before Christmas to share with you. Whoo-hoo finished 5 days early. Every year I tell myself I should work on it over the summer or early fall but always end up doing the 2 weeks before Christmas.
If you have older kids like mine (9 and 11) have them check out santa sez site-lol, be careful what you ask him to do! http://www.simonsezsanta.com/index.php
(fart, break dance, pick nose, boys humor you know....)
also, my blog roll sister Chrissy has some great blog candy to give away for 60,000 hits!

10 comments:

Laura Brown said...

This is wonderful. I want to make one, but haven't had the time, yet. Can't wait to see your calendars.

Jana Emmert said...

Very impressive, Kathy! I am WAY too lazy to attempt something like this. ;)

MacKenzie said...

Amazing job on the stationary box! I've always wanted to make one of these but I've been to intimidated. Super job on all of your projects this week - you've been a busy gal!

Have a super holiday!

Kim said...

I love your stationary box. I made one for a hostess gift. They are really a lot easier to make than I thought they would be.

Christina said...

I am loving this, You do suxh awesome stuff!

Wendy said...

This is stunning, It will make a lovely Gift

Sharon Graham said...

Love it! Great combination of DSP and stamp set. These always look so complicated and I'm chicken to try. It's funny how many people are posting that they got to stamp because they were snowed in (me included).

Thanks for the Santa website link. My 9 & 11 yo boys will appreciate it.

Kerry D-C said...

WOWZERS!!!! Kathy this is FANTASTIC!!! Great job!!! I am always wanting to tr new things...but feel intimidated.

Julie's Crafty Corner said...

Oh Kathy I love these sets! I would love to make one but not had the time yet, may be in the New Year.

Julie

Merry Christmas Kathy

Chrissy D said...

This is gorgeous! I so want to make one of these but have not made it a priority! Thanks for the inspiration. This is sooo pretty!