Christmas in July Day 6


Today I created this pouch to go inside the bag I made yesterday.  The striped card was left over from my June Paper Pumpkin Kit.  I seriously LOVE this subscription kit.  There is nothing like opening your mailbox and BAM! Red box of love to play with.  Those who know me well, know how much I love subscriptions…and this is one I’ve been subscribing to for a long time.  It’s definitely a keeper!  Anyway, back to the pouch.  I sealed the bottom and right side to make a pouch using my Multipurpose Liquid Glue.  I then stamped two snowflakes from the Flurry of Wishes Stamp Set with Pool Party Ink. I punched them out using the Snow Flurry Punch. Bling was needed at this point so I added Rhinestone Basic Jewels inside the snowflake points and adhered them to the white circle (from the kit!) using Stampin Dimensionals.  I punched a hole in the white circle using my 1/8″ Circle Punch and then tied the completed circle tag onto the pouch.  I then cut out a piece of Pool Party Card Stock but I left it blank.  I am planning on using this in a swap and I am going to make a washi tape sampler with it.  I hope you enjoyed today’s creation and it inspires you to play!

Stampin Supplies:

1-month Prepaid Paper Pumpkin Subscription       Multipurpose Liquid Glue

      Paper Pumpkin Kit                   MultiPurpose Liquid Glue

Flurry of Wishes Photopolymer Stamp Set       Pool Party Classic Stampin' Pad

Flurry of wishes Stamp Set            Pool Party Stamp Pad

Rhinestone Basic Jewels       Snow Flurry Punch

Rhinestone Basic Jewels                  Snow Flurry Punch

Stampin' Dimensionals       1/8" (3.2 mm) Circle Punch

Stampin Dimensionals                      1/8″ Circle Punch

Pool Party 8-1/2" x 11" Cardstock

     Pool Party Card Stock

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