Christmas Cheer Cookie Exchange – Part TWO

Hi Guys! I am back with part two of Christmas tags and cookie exchange packaging just like I promised. Enjoy the last of my holiday inspired posts.

Although these are not Stampin’ Up!, they really added to our festive atmosphere at the Wrap It Up for the Holidays event so I had to share. Mickey brought her fudge, brownies and cookies all wrapped up in these CUTE reindeer boxes from Michael’s.


If you have never been to one of my events, and you live in the Chicago area, please consider coming! We have so much fun. All adult crafters are welcome.

Next thing I want to share is this pretty Christmas tag made by Jackie. I love how she used the Mini Pompom Trim to make a snow-y roof on her gingerbread house turned bird house. CUTE! I won’t dwell on it too long though, because the Candy Cane Lane DSP sold out quickly on the Closeout Sale.

Don’t be like me, get the stuff while it’s on sale and before it sells out!

Candy Cane Lane DSP

Last up is this cute little mini mug. Jackie made it. She got the idea from a UK (I think) SU! demo named Heidi. Don’t worry, I am going to show you how to make one on Monday’s blog post. These mini mugs are way too cute for me to just show a picture and tease you without some directions, right?!

Candy Cane Lane DSP

I just finished making a REALLY cute Valentine mini mug with Stampin’ Up! Pinecones & Presents DSP which is on Closeout! Whoop! Please come back Monday and see.

I am so glad you stop by to see what’s going on here at Kitchen Table Stamper. I will be back after Christmas. See ya then.

Merry Christmas!




Check out the CLOSE OUT SALE HERE.

New hostess code: NK37DD6T – get a free thank you gift when you use the hostess code.

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those were awesome — love the little cup….fun project to put some dried soup and spoon for someone sick…too dang cute. hugs, syl xxxooo

I love that idea Sylvia! You are so clever! Remember the piñata you made me?!

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