Sunday, December 15, 2013

Demonstrator Christmas Party and Sneaky Santa Gift Exchange

Every year our demonstrator group gets together for a fun evening of fellowship, food and exchanging gifts!  We usually have a Sneaky Santa gift exchange (complete with stealing gifts!) and then we finish the evening with fun stocking stuffer items for one another.

Check out these amazing projects that were in the Sneak Santa gift exchange:

This first project was created by Marilyn and I can honestly say, the picture does not do this project justice.  She painted a canvas with a deep green paint first and then cut out each petal (by hand!) to create the flower.

When Melody (the one with the bow on her head) opened Marilyn's gift, we all asked Marilyn which punch or die cut she used for the petals.  We were all shocked that she cut each one of them out by hand!  She did an amazing job!

Another amazing project was this fantastic wreath made by Cindy!  I just love this wreath and all the cute embellishments!

Isn't that adorable?  I love the full bow she added, too.  The large bow as created using the Gift  Bow Bigz L Die (easily one of my favorite dies!).

 The decorative frame below was created by Melody.  Guess what die she used for the angel?  You guessed it!  It's the Gift Bow Bigz L Die

This last decorative frame also has the adorable Santa (and I can't remember who made it).  How quick and simple it is to jazz up a frame and turn it into a work of art!

Stop by again tomorrow and I'll be sharing some of the adorable stocking stuffer items.  I'm just amazed at the creativity in this group and I think you will be, too!

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