I’m part of a group that meets once a month to stamp, share stories, and laugh. It’s my job to bring the projects; they bring the orders and take turns sharing the benefits that Stampin’ Up! offers to hostesses. The core of the group has remained the same for years, and members rotate in and out.
We met early last week so that we could have a little Holy Spirit potluck before we stamped. (That’s what I call it – it’s real potluck – bring what the Holy Spirit inspires!) There were quite a few little goodies that appeared as well, and I thought I would share them in case you were looking for a little last minute inspiration:
Gen’s cute tag embellished a bag of Princess Tea Cakes. I’ve heard them called a lot of other things, but usually it’s after the fact: they never last long around this Cookie Monster.
Vicki covered this box with DSP and made a flower with the Ornament Framelits and Boho punch. She had amazing home made chocolates inside the box. They lasted about an hour longer than the Princess Tea Cookies.
Peggy created these cute little treat bags with the Festival of Prints paper and filled them with Hershey Nuggets. She always has such attention to detail!
I still have a stash of those little jingle bells too, but I’m not sharing…
Robbie made this adorable punch art Santa topper for our skinny treat bags and filled them with red and green m&m candies. I don’t know about you, but if I had made these I would be unable to account for all of the yellow, orange, blue and brown m&ms that may or may not have been in the bag. And I would definitely not have the patience to stack them all in such perfect order.
Rumor has it that Peggy slipped these in too – I wasn’t paying close enough attention. I’m impressed with people who can keep all of that chocolate in their stamp room and actually have some left to create a project.
If you’re looking for a last minute idea, I hope this gives you a little inspiration!