Tis the Season…for a vendor event

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Well the holiday season is upon us and I wanted to feature some of my all-time favorite projects I created for my very first vendor event I did last Saturday. It was a lot of work, but I had fun creating projects to display and sell.

The items that got the most attention were my hershey kisses jars and snowmen covered Hershey bars.

 

For the snowmen, I found the image on Google and just printed on Whisper White Cardstock. The 7/8″ Striped ribbon made a nice touch as the scarf!

I used the stitiched framelit dies, Merry little Labels stamp set, and the Cherry Cobbler Stitched Ribbon to create a cute and simple label for the glass bottles.

I topped off the clear tiny treat boxes with a cute little paper bow using our one and only Bow Builder Punch and the Be Merry Designer Series Paper.

I also wanted to advertise my upcoming classes. For this month’s class, I decided to conduct a Memories and More class. In this class we would create an 24-page album and 8 cards using the Merry Little Christmas, 72-card pack in the Holiday Catalog.

 

I really loved the card that was featured in the book, so I decided to CASE and include that as one of the 8 cards. Out of all the cards I created, I couldn’t pick a favorite!

 

And what’s awesome about these card packs is that there are plenty of cards to create with! Here is one of the sample pages I created…

 

I have to say that if you have never considered the Memories & More product line, you should add it to you shopping list. Most of the work is done for you. All you have to do is dress the cards up a little. They will help you capture those awesome memories of the holiday season.

Here are the products I used for the projects above:

Hershey Snowmen

Heshey Kiss Jar, Clear Treat Box, & Gift Card Holder

Glue Dots

$5.25

M&M Album & Cards

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