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Last Chance Sale & the 9th in The 12 Projects of Christmas

It's that time already? YES. It's time to start saying good-bye to many items from the September-December 2023 Mini Catalog! Some items have already sold out for good, so don't miss out on the other items you've been putting off or waiting to stock up on. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21 is when the Last Chance Sale begins!

Here are the details:

  • Not all items on the Last Chance Products List will be discounted.

  • All products are available while supplies last, and there are no purchase limits.

  • Stamp sets are not guaranteed during this promotion and are while supplies last.

  • Discounts are automatically applied when sale items are added to any order, including Starter Kits. Yes! Purchase the Demonstrator Starter Kit and get more bang for your buck!

Another demonstrator has shared a cleaned-up, larger print list for those in the United States, so I'd like to share it with you! You can download it here:

Last Chance No French Larger Font Sept - Dec 2023 Mini
Download PDF • 455KB

You can place your order using my November host code, if your order is under $150. Order using the host code by clicking here. When you do, I'll send you a retired embellishment at the end of the month as my thank you. If your order is $150 or more, you'll want to receive host benefits! In that case, order here:

The 12 Projects of Christmas 2023 marches on, as over the weekend I shared the 9th Project. And it's a goodie! It's a regular card base, turned into a gift card holder, with just a small cut and an extra fold!

This view shows the inside of your card. Cut from the top center down to 2 3/4", then score from the cut to the left side of the card. Fold that upper left hand section down to create a gift card holder, but don't forget to notch a partial circle so the receiver can easily grab the gift card! I used the 1 3/4" Circle punch to make my notch.

Here's my finished product. I kept the decorating simple, to show how quick an easy a gift card holder can be made in a pinch.

Before this became the 9th in The 12 Projects of Christmas 2023, I actually made it with my team during a recent team meeting. I sent my team these basic cutting instructions before the gathering so they could prepare their own supplies and create with me.

You can watch me make this card, by watching the official 12 Projects of Christmas 2023: Project #9 video:

Check out all the supplies I used in this card at the bottom of this blog post. You can click on the photos of the products to get to the items in my online store.

Happy shopping AND creating!


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