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A Elegantly Easy Christmas card and other Christmas treats

Hi Terri here with another stamping project!

A few weeks ago I made a simple but elegant Christmas card and have finally gotten around to sharing the beauty of this card with you.

This card uses Stampin Up's new Core'dinations Gumball Green cardstock which can be distressed or sanded to show the coordinating under layer. I added a flourish designer frame around the ornament found in the Joyous Celebrations stamp set and embeliished with cherry cobbler sweater trim.

Want to know how easy this card was to put together? Well, good because I made a video!

I've also made some Hershey nugget Christmas treats for my friends. These were inspired by a video Tangee posted here a week or so ago. These are also very easy to make! Instructions from Tangee's video:
Cut 4 pieces of 1x3" DSP strips, 1 piece of coordinating cardstock 2x4" and score 1/4" on both long sides. Secure the the DSP strips on Hershey nuggets using glue dots; place a line of tape runner down the…

Hershey Nugget Holiday Ideas

Hi everyone and happy December!  May the crazy commence!

I have some fun idea's for you for stocking stuffers!  I stumbled on a blog and she has such awesome ideas I just had to try some - check out www.thesouthernstamper.com  the lady is a genius!

Here is a lil video for you showing you how to wrap the Nuggets and some fun things you can do with them:






  How cute are these tins?  LOVE them!  You can buy them at www.papermart.com and get details on the measurements in the video above.  I love how they turned out! I had a left over roll of Hello Kitty ribbon from a project I did on my daughters birthday - I wrapped 12 of the nuggets with it and think they turned out adorable!  I learned how to do the bow from Pinterest - the gal calls it "Ribbon Candy Bow"  I tweaked it a little for this project but love how it turned out.  The candy sleeves were fun too and I have directions for those on the video as well.  The bottle caps with Ravens logo you see in the background were a…