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The 12 Projects of Christmas 2020: Project #2

Every year at Christmas I feel like a project comes along that just outshines the rest. It's got a "wow" factor bigger than all the rest or just has that special something. Ok...If I was being honest, I'd say that I come across more than one of those. :D But I digress...

This project #2 of my 12 Projects of Christmas 2020 is one of those projects for me. When German demonstrator Karin de Laat share the box idea for the Round Tins in our August-December Mini Catalog, I immediately knew it. I. Had. To. Make. That. Box. So what came next? Well, I was asked to present some projects at a large virtual demonstrator gathering. I chose the Plaid Tidings Suite as the products for my presentation. I had purchased that suite and hadn't used it yet. This was my opportunity to play and share.

Check out the Celebration Labels Dies that come in this suite. The design of the labels are perfect for 3-D gift items, so why not give it a shot with the Round Tins? Here is my finished tin:

For the tin:

-Plaid Tidings Designer Series Paper (DSP)

-Largest circle in the Layering Circles Dies

-24" of the 3/8" Embroidered Ribbon

-Shaded Spruce and Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin' Pads

-Celebration Tidings Bundle

But remember how I fell in love with the box for this tin? So yes. I made the box. Thanks to the amazing instructions from Karin de Laat, I made the perfect box for this perfect tin.

The tin fits right into the box, just like a glove!

For the box:

-Cherry Cobbler Card stock:

Two pieces 6 5/8" x 7 1/4"

Score parallel to the short side at 2 1/4", 4 1/2", and 6 3/4"

Score parallel to the long side at 2 3/8" and 4 1/4"

Two circles the size of the tin


Five pieces 2" x 2 1/8"

One piece 1 3/4" x 2"

Six pieces 1 5/8" x 2"

-42" of the 3/8" Embroidered Ribbon

-Label Me Fancy Punch

For full instructions, watch this video!

Other things to note:

EARLY RELEASE and EXCLUSIVE ONE-TIME ONLY happening now! Read the details on the attached flyer, and contact me with any questions.

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