Frosty Festivities Christmas & Winter

A Giveaway! Sponsored By Feed Your Craft! {NOW CLOSED}

(This post is part of my Frosty Festivities 2014 Blog Event – see the beginning HERE!)

Hey it’s time for another awesome giveaway! {NOW CLOSED} This one is sponsored by Feed Your Craft, an Etsy shop filled with amazing embellishments!

Feed Your Craft Etsy Shop

The awesome lady behind Feed Your Craft is Elise (aka Lil Gik). We met through the Two Peas forum a while back, and her well balanced projects on her blog caught my eye. When she opened up an Etsy shop I knew it would be filled with well designed usable items, and I was right! The shop speciality is flair, but there’s a few kits and bits too. Read on to enter to win a $15 coupon code!

Here’s some of the items in the shop that I’ve noticed lately, because they’d work great on winter or Christmas projects…

1. Tis The Season Mini Flair Badges – There are lots and lots of fabulous flair sets in the Feed Your Craft store, but these ones obviously caught my eye for their festive appeal! I love the bold phrases, especially the ‘Merry & Bright’ one, isn’t that font just perfect:

Tis The Season Mini Flair Badges at the Feed Your Craft Etsy Shop

2. 10 Gold Foil Doilies – My gold obsession just keeps growing and growing. How shiny and stunning are these? I may use them on papercraft projects, or I may just spread them over every available surface of my house during Christmas time:

10 Gold Foil Doilies at the Feed Your Craft Etsy Shop

3. Cool Color Embellishment Pack – This is a great set which could be used for wintry projects, thanks to the cool colours, but it would work well for other projects too. I love a multi-use kit as I know I will use it all up eventually:

Cool Color Embellishment Pack at the Feed Your Craft Etsy Shop

Now for the giveaway! One lucky commenter will win this:

Feed Your Craft Giveaway Prize for the Frosty Festivities Event

A $15 coupon code for the Feed Your Craft store! The winner must have a merchandise total of more than $16.50, this is because of Etsy terms for coupon codes.

To enter to win this prize you just need to visit the Feed Your Craft Etsy Shop, take a look around, and come back here to leave a comment telling me what caught your eye in the store! It doesn’t have to be Winter / Christmas related. Just find something you love and tell me about it!

You could also pop by Elise’s blog and thank her for sponsoring, and maybe give her a follow if you like her blog! This isn’t compulsory though!

The giveaway closes at 8pm GMT on Monday the 10th of November 2014. {NOW CLOSED} The winner will be announced on Thursday the 13th of November. It is open internationally!

Good luck! I’ll see you again at 3pm!

Jennifer x

DIY Gifts

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial

(This post is part of my Frosty Festivities 2014 Blog Event – see the beginning HERE!)

Here’s a cute couple of ornaments for you – a penguin and a robin…

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Aren’t they adorable?! I’ve made the penguin to gift to my Dad for Christmas, the robin is for our own Christmas decoration collection!

Want to make some too? Here’s how it’s done…

Step 1: Gather your materials. You’ll need some air-dry clay, kebab sticks, wire cutters. You’ll also want some gesso, paint, paintbrushes, blu-tack/plasticine, mod-podge and sandpaper (not pictured). I printed some images of penguins and robins to refer to as well:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 2: Pull off four evenly sized lumps of air-dry clay:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 3: Roll them into smooth balls:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 4: Use your fingers to shape one ball into a robin shape. Start by elongating it to make it more egg-shaped, then pinch out a beak:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 5: Keep pinching and shaping, including making a little tail, until you are happy with the robin shape:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 6: Repeat with another ball to make a penguin shape, with no tail, a flatter beak, and a taller body than the robin:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 7: Shape the other two balls into fat oblongs, to make bases for the birds, and cut some lengths of kebab sticks to be the legs. Push them together, with short legs for the penguin and tall legs for the robin, and make sure they balance okay:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 8: Wet your fingertips and smooth over the cracks in the clay, until they pretty much disappear:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 9: Once you’ve smoothed it all over leave the birds to dry for a few days – I left them standing up for 2 days, and then laid them down for the last day, so the base would dry underneath:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 10: Apply a couple of coats of gesso all over the birds and bases:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 11: Paint two layers of brown paint on the robin and base, and two layers of black paint on the penguin. I used Martha Stewart Satin Craft Paints for my birds:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 12: Take the legs out to paint. You might have got some lumps of paint on them:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 13: If so you can use sandpaper to smooth them out:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 14: Stand the legs in a lump of plasticine or blu-tack, then paint the penguin legs orange, and the robin legs yellow:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 15: While they are drying, paint white eyes and bellies onto the bird. Then paint the penguin an orange beak, and the robin a yellow beak:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 16: Add blue waves to the penguin’s base, and green grass to the robin’s base:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 17: When all that is dry, use a pointy end of kebab stick to poke mod-podge into the holes on the birds and bases, so you can stick the legs back into place:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 18: Paint pupils on the eyes (small ones for the penguin, large ones for the robin), give the robin a red belly, and paint some lighter colours on the bodies for wings:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Then your clay birds are ready to gift or display! You could also give them a coat of varnish if you are worried the paint might chip off, the Martha Stewart paint I used is quite sturdy so I didn’t bother:

Cute Clay Penguin and Robin Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

These make me smile!

Be Inspired:

Use a robin or a penguin on your next project

Use some clay (air dry or fimo/sculpey) to make an embellishment

Make two of something, one for a gift, and one for yourself

Would you keep these birds for yourself, or do you know someone who would love them?!

See you again in 60 minutes!

Jennifer x

Frosty Festivities Christmas & Winter

Snow Ride – A Winter Scene Layout

(This post is part of my Frosty Festivities 2014 Blog Event – see the beginning HERE!)

Hello. It’s time to share a frosty-feeling layout with you…

Snow Ride:

Snow Ride - A Winter Layout by Jennifer Grace Creates

My daughter was lucky enough to be invited to a friend’s birthday party where they had pony rides… and they didn’t let the snow put them off. It looked so magical with them crunching down the white garden. I was a bit jealous but I don’t think that little pony could take my weight!

I wanted to create a winter wonderland style page to match the scene. First I chose the papers (the background piece is Webster’s Pages Gingerbread Village, and the front pieces are from Pink Paislee Merry & Bright, and Fancy Pants Oh Deer):

Snow Ride - A Winter Layout by Jennifer Grace Creates

The little tab at top right is a journaling card from a Jillibean Soup cut-apart sheet. To make a ‘pocket’ for it to go into, I checked where it would fit and then stuck double-sided tape around it on the paper above, before pressing that sheet onto my page:

Snow Ride - A Winter Layout by Jennifer Grace Creates

Once my papers were stuck down, I applied some texture/modelling paste. I swiped a thick layer of it all along the bottom of the page, to look like snowdrifts, and I used a Heidi Swapp confetti stencil to create some snowy dots near the top of the 6×6 papers:

Snow Ride - A Winter Layout by Jennifer Grace Creates

While the paste was still wet I shook some white and silver fine glitters over the ‘snow’ to make it glisten:

Snow Ride - A Winter Layout by Jennifer Grace Creates

I cut some triangles of silver glitter ribbon to make some sparkly trees:

Cutting triangles from glitter ribbon:  Jennifer Grace Creates

And pressed them into the embossing paste snowdrift:

Snow Ride - A Winter Layout by Jennifer Grace Creates

I left it to dry overnight. Once it was dry I shook off the excess glitter, and was left with a very wavy-edged piece of paper:

Snow Ride - A Winter Layout by Jennifer Grace Creates

So I stuck it onto a piece of white cardstock, applying my tape runner liberally over the back of the wavy area, and pressed it under some scrapbooks for a couple of hours. After that it was much flatter:

Snow Ride - A Winter Layout by Jennifer Grace Creates

I stitched some grey & white bakers twine through an Amy Tangerine feather tag, and layered this, plus a Webster’s Pages cut-apart card and my photo, onto my page. I used 3D foam dots to stick all of them down:

Snow Ride - A Winter Layout by Jennifer Grace Creates

Then I just had to add embellishments! I decided the page was looking a bit monochromatic, which wasn’t a terribly bad thing, but I wanted another colour to make it feel more cheerful. I chose pink, because the white glitter has a pink gleam too it, and there a little bit of pink on my daughter’s hat. I didn’t choose it because of my daughter, as she doesn’t like the colour pink that much… I think she’d agree that this flower is pretty though:

Snow Ride - A Winter Layout by Jennifer Grace Creates

And the pink mittens to emphasize the chilly theme:

Snow Ride - A Winter Layout by Jennifer Grace Creates

The last thing I did was write the journaling, and staple a little bit of the silver glitter ribbon to the top of the journaling card as a pull-out tab:

Snow Ride - A Winter Layout by Jennifer Grace Creates

I think it’s a suitably magical feeling page to remember the moment!

Be Inspired:

Create ‘snow drifts’ with some white paste or paint

Cut glittery ribbon into triangles

Make a monochromatic project, and at the last stage add a pop of colour

Do you have any fond memories of a magical wintry day?

See you again in one hour!

Jennifer x

Happy Scatter

GUEST POST – Louise with Time-Saving Christmas Cards

(This post is part of my Frosty Festivities 2014 Blog Event – see the beginning HERE!)

Oooh, it’s time for the first guest post of the event, and to kick it off is the lovely Louise from Boys, Bugs, and Beautiful ButtonsI asked Louise to guest because I love it when she makes sets of cards, there’s always great little details that make me break out my supplies straight away. And she hasn’t disappointed today… I’ll hand over to her so you can see her lovely projects for yourself…

Louise:

It’s truly an honour to be here today as a guest on Jennifer’s blog. When Jennifer asked me if I’d like to take part in her Frosty Festivities weekend I couldn’t have been more thrilled. Especially as this meant using her uniquely designed Christmas items from her lovely shop Happy Scatter.

Christmas is a busy time for us all, don’t you agree? Present thinking, buying and wrapping. Food and drink shopping, menu planning. House cleaning (it’s got to be done) and decorating. There isn’t always time to create intricate Christmas cards is there? Especially when we write so many. At least I do, it’s the one time of year when I like to remember everyone.

With this in mind, I wanted to show you how Jennifer’s items can be used to make, what I would consider, straightforward Christmas cards. Still allowing you the handmade element but freeing up your time to make those mince pies you thought you wouldn’t have time to make.

Cards by Louise of Boys, Bugs, and Beautiful Buttons

The first set uses the Stars of Wonder Stencil with a white ink pad and a finger dabber to apply the ink through the stencil. What I like about these stencils is that you can use them as they are… or take elements from them. Which is what I’ve done here. For the snowman card I used the dots and stars and for the Christmas Tree card I picked out only the stars to use through the stencil. All elements on both these cards are from The Jolliest Time Ephemera Card Shapes pack.

Cards by Louise of Boys, Bugs, and Beautiful Buttons

To finish, I added a Christmas sentiment stamp and ran the edges of the kraft card through my sewing machine:

Cards by Louise of Boys, Bugs, and Beautiful Buttons

I do love the added texture stitching creates, how about you? Do you machine stitch on your projects?

For extra depth three dimensional tape has been used to adhere both the snowman and Christmas Tree to the cards.

In keeping with the stitched edges I added some cotton behind the Christmas Tree for extra depth.
Both cards are kinda cute, don’t you think?

Cards by Louise of Boys, Bugs, and Beautiful Buttons

As I’m partial to a Christmas Tree this next sets used 3×4 Christmas Tree Die card from the Makes Me Merry Winter/Christmas set:

Cards by Louise of Boys, Bugs, and Beautiful Buttons

What I like about these little die card sets is that you get both the positive and negative element in the pack. As I am partial to a Christmas Tree I took both the die cut card and the negative tree to make two more Christmas cards.

Layered cards are my favourite kind. I get a feeling of satisfaction when I use up my scraps. These two cards use scraps of patterned paper from a Teresa Collins range. I layered up scraps underneath the 3×4 die card and held them together with a stapler:

Cards by Louise of Boys, Bugs, and Beautiful Buttons

Dimensial tape was used again to give a little depth to the cards.

The ‘I love Tinsel’ die cut is also from the The Jolliest Time pack. When I made the second card I wanted to use a circle element again and decided to make a circle using red cotton. I hope you can see from the following photo that I looped together a circle and held it in place by tying it in four places:

Cards by Louise of Boys, Bugs, and Beautiful Buttons

The cotton circle was added to the card with a dab of Glossy Accents:

Cards by Louise of Boys, Bugs, and Beautiful Buttons

They make a nice couple of cards with trees, hearts, and circles:

Cards by Louise of Boys, Bugs, and Beautiful Buttons

I hope you have been inspired to start your Christmas card making and if not, I am sure Jennifer has many more projects that will inspire you during this Frosty Festivities weekend!

Thank you Jennifer for allowing me to sample and play with your shop products!

More about Louise…

I live in the middle of the country with my husband and three boys. I’ve has been crafting for around 15 years – when I get a few minutes spare from family life and work you’ll find me cutting and sticking. Unless it’s a Sunday – then I spend the best part of the day watching, cheering, and shouting on the sidelines between three rugby pitches! I’ve enjoyed being on the Design Teams for SJ Crafts and Fantastic Ribbons.

Find me at: 

Blog: http://scrapbook-me.blogspot.co.uk/

Instagram:   http://instagram.com/louise172

Louise from Boys, Bugs, and Beautiful Buttons

Thank you Louise for your fabulous projects and detailed post!

Be Inspired:

Use a stencil but just pick out parts of it, not the whole design

Stitch a border round your project – using straight and zig-zag stitch

Tie a circle of cotton, holding it in place with four knots

Thanks for reading, let us know what you think in the comments!

See you again at 12pm!

Jennifer x

Frosty Festivities Christmas & Winter

Craft Stick Christmas Wood Art Tutorial

(This post is part of my Frosty Festivities 2014 Blog Event – see the beginning HERE!)

Hello, and welcome to day 2 of the Frosty Festivities event! I hope you are enjoying yourself so far? There’s lots more inspiration in store for you today!

We’re kicking things off with a sparkly decoration, a piece of Christmas Wood Art…

Christmas Wood Art Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

I’ve seen a few great wood art projects lately, like THIS ONE by Marie of Blooming Homestead. I thought this kind of thing would be amazing to make, but I wasn’t likely to be cutting up wood planks and getting out nails any time soon. So when I saw THIS PROJECT by Dawn Nicole for  coasters using craft sticks, I was so excited – a wood art project I could do straight away with items I had already – hooray!

The craft (lolly/popsicle) sticks I had were the larger kind, so they’d be too big to make coasters. But I wanted mine to be wood art Jennifer-style anyway, with some pretty sparkly bits on top!

Here’s how to put one together…

Step 1: Grab some craft sticks – mine are by Craft Planet:

Christmas Wood Art Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 2: Lay out the sticks horizontally for the main part of the art piece, making sure the good sides of the sticks are facing down, and any sides with imperfections are facing up – as this will be the back of the art eventually:

Christmas Wood Art Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 3: Spread PVA or similar sticky glue onto another craft stick – but leave an un-glued bit at the top and bottom of the stick, where it will hang over the edge of the other sticks:

Christmas Wood Art Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 4: Adhere the glued stick vertically to the back of the other sticks, and repeat with another stick, so there are two back supports:

Christmas Wood Art Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 5: Leave it to dry overnight, then turn over:

Christmas Wood Art Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 6: Use removable spray adhesive to stick a stencil at the top of your wood art piece. I used the Deck The Halls Paperchains Stencil:

Christmas Wood Art Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 7: Use a sponge to apply Mod-Podge through your chosen design on the stencil:

Christmas Wood Art Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 8: Liberally sprinkle fine gold glitter over the Mod-Podge. Leave it to dry for about 20 minutes before pulling the stencil off to clean it (you might have to scrape some Mod-Podge off the stencil), and then leave the wood art piece to dry for another 30 minutes again:

Christmas Wood Art Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 9: Shake off excess glitter:

Christmas Wood Art Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 10: Choose some embellishments. I used The Jolliest Time Ephemera Card Shapes, plus a couple of wood veneer shapes that I coated with the same gold glitter:

Christmas Wood Art Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Some of the ephemera pieces are stuck flat onto the craft sticks, and some are added on with 3D foam dots.

Step 11: Wrap some ribbon or twine around the bottom ‘rung’ created by the craft sticks, tying it at the back of the art piece to hold it in place:

Christmas Wood Art Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 12: Check your composition and see if you want to add anything else. I decided it looked a bit heavy on the right hand side in the above photo, so I moved the red&white polkadot flag down a little, and added a couple more embellishments on the left, to balance it all out:

Christmas Wood Art Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

That’s it! Now you can prop it up on a mantlepiece or other display area this Christmas! Or your could glue a bit of string to the back if you want to hang it up. It will look pretty either way!

Christmas Wood Art Tutorial at Jennifer Grace Creates

I do love tinsel, except the little bits that come out all over the floor!

Be Inspired:

Get out some craft sticks or cut wood-patterned paper into strips to line up

Put three bits of ribbon/string together to tie around a project

Use glitter through a stencil

Have you seen any good wood art projects? I’m sure I will attempt one on a larger scale one day!

See you again at 11am!

Jennifer x

Frosty Festivities Christmas & Winter

A Rainbow Coloured Christmas Card

(This post is part of my Frosty Festivities 2014 Blog Event – see the beginning HERE!)

It’s time for the last post of the evening… but make sure you come back tomorrow for lots more fun!

Before you leave here’s another idea for you… how about a rainbow-coloured Christmas?

Rainbow Coloured Christmas Card by Jennifer Grace Creates

There are lots of colour combinations that come to mind when thinking of Christmas, for example red & green or blue & silver. I never thought I’d use a rainbow-style colour scheme for a Christmas card, but after seeing rainbow Christmas trees on cards like THIS ONE and one on THIS POST both by Laura Bassen, I knew I had to give it a try!

Here’s how to put this card together…

Step 1: Choose a stamp set (I’ve used Avery Elle’s Joy To The World set, which I bought from Make The Day Special), and gather some different colours of embossing powder (I’ve used American Crafts Zing powders):

Rainbow Coloured Christmas Card by Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 2: Cut a drinking straw up so you have a pointy-end scoop for each embossing powder (I think I originally got this tip from Jennifer McGuire, it makes it much easier to pick up small amounts of powder):

Rainbow Coloured Christmas Card by Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 3: Use a clear ink to stamp your chosen design onto a piece of smooth white card measuring 5.5″ x 3.5″:

Rainbow Coloured Christmas Card by Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 4: Use your scoops to pick up small amounts of embossing powder and tip them onto your stamped image in thin diagonal stripes:

Rainbow Coloured Christmas Card by Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 5: Tip off the powder into a pot or container of some kind. My ‘P’ in the word ‘Peace’ didn’t look very clear – I probably got too much ink on that part of the stamp:

Rainbow Coloured Christmas Card by Jennifer Grace Creates

So I used a palette knife to gently nudge the embossing powder until the letter was more clearly defined:

Rainbow Coloured Christmas Card by Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 6: Use a heat gun to melt the embossing powder:

Rainbow Coloured Christmas Card by Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 7: Stamp and heat emboss any other parts of your design, I stamped the globe stand with navy ink and used clear embossing powder on it:

Rainbow Coloured Christmas Card by Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 8: Add a piece of green washi tape, and a strip of blue glitter ribbon, near the bottom edge of the 5.5″ x 3.5″ piece of card. Stamp another sentiment if you want to (I used ‘good will to all’ from the same set):

Rainbow Coloured Christmas Card by Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 9: Mount the piece of card onto a bit of red paper, and then a bit of pale yellow paper, leaving just a thin edge of each showing:

Rainbow Coloured Christmas Card by Jennifer Grace Creates

Step 10: Now for embellishments! Grab the excess rainbow coloured embossing powder which you shook off your design earlier (mine was in a foil pie-dish):

Rainbow Coloured Christmas Card by Jennifer Grace Creates

Use it to colour two wood veneers, using clear ink on their surface and tipping the rainbow powder on. Make sure you have something like tweezers to hold the wood veneers in place while you heat them up!

Rainbow Heat Embossed Wood Veneer at Jennifer Grace Creates

Rainbow Coloured Christmas Card by Jennifer Grace Creates

I added a couple of gems too, and the card could have been left like this. But it was a bit too ‘Clean And Simple’ for my taste…

Step 11: Flick on some drips of gold mist. To make sure the mist drops only went on the parts of the card where I wanted them to go, I punched a circle (well, a pinked circle) in a spare piece of card, and flicked the mist only through this hole, moving it to different places on the card as I worked:

Rainbow Coloured Christmas Card by Jennifer Grace Creates

Then it was done! I love how the rainbow colours make it feel so joyful!

Rainbow Coloured Christmas Card by Jennifer Grace Creates

Be Inspired:

Use rainbow colours for a Christmas project

Mix up different colours of embossing powder

Make a clean and simple card, then add one last detail to finish it off

Thanks so much for joining me for the first day of the event, I hope to see you again tomorrow!

P.S. I am entering this card into the Avery Elle Challenge #18!

Avery Elle Challenge #18

Bye for now,

Jennifer x

Frosty Festivities Christmas & Winter

A Giveaway! Sponsored By Wear Crafts! {NOW CLOSED}

(This post is part of my Frosty Festivities 2014 Blog Event – see the beginning HERE!)

It’s time for the first sponsored giveaway of the event! {NOW CLOSED} This one is sponsored the fabulous Wear Crafts, a UK shop with lots of pretty products!

Wear Crafts UK Papercraft Store

Wear Crafts is run by the lovely Jen Fisher. I got talking to her via a mutual friend and was so excited when she said she agreed to sponsor a giveaway! Read on for my top picks from the Wear Crafts shop, and for a chance to win three packs of Prima Instascrap Stickers!

There’s some gorgeous Winter / Christmas items in the Wear Crafts shop right now, here’s three of my favourites…

1. The Simple Stories Cozy Christmas Simple Basics Kit – You can’t go wrong with a kit like this, every sheet of paper looks so usable – in fact I’d like to get two packs so I wouldn’t have to choose which side of the double patterned paper to use:

Simple Stories Cosy Christmas Kit at Wear Crafts

2. The Lawn Fawn Snow Day ‘Hoodie’ Paper – Lawn Fawn products are totally cute. The phrases on here, like ‘You Warm My Heart’ would be great on my layouts, and I love how there’s space for journaling on a lot of the cards too:

Lawn Fawn Snow Day 'Hoodie' Paper at Wear Crafts

3. The Prima Holiday Jubilee Christmas Flowers ‘Gold’ – Oh, be still my heart. These flowers make me swoon with their gold glisten! Perfect for adding luxury to some festive projects:

Prima Holiday Jubilee Flowers at Wear Crafts

Now for the giveaway! One lucky commenter will receive these three sets of Prima Instascrap Stickers (Holiday, Beauty, and Celebration):

Prima Instascrap Stickers - A Giveaway sponsored by Wear Crafts for the Frosty Festivities 2014 event

To enter to win this prize you just need to visit the Wear Crafts Online Shop, take a look around, and come back here to leave a comment telling me what caught your eye in the store! It doesn’t have to be Winter / Christmas related if something else appeals to you more over there. What goodies have I missed?!

You could also pop by the Wear Crafts Facebook Page to give it a ‘like’ and to thank Jen for sponsoring a giveaway!

The giveaway closes at 8pm GMT on Monday the 10th of November 2014. {NOW CLOSED} The winner will be announced on Thursday the 13th of November. It is open internationally!

Good luck! I’ll see you again in one hour for the last post of today!

Jennifer x