The second kit we did at our Holiday Extravaganza retreat was the Come To Gather suite from the Stampin' Up! 2019 Holiday catalog. I really like how this kit came out. I have made extras of these cards to use for my personal use, especially the gift card holder.
In this kit there were 4 cards and 1 gift card holder. The first card they made was a simple but pretty card. I think using the Pinewood Plank on the Terracotta Tile cardstock really made this card.
The designer series paper on this card is from the Come To Gather designer series pack. With each kit the attendees got a little gift and with this kit they got the Linen Thread as we used it on a lot of our projects.
One of the colors that coordinate with the Come To Gather suite is Pretty Peacock. It is such a pretty rich color and is perfect for Fall or with some of our Christmas designer series paper. We used another piece of paper from the Come To Gather designer series paper pack. One this that I really like about the dies from this suite is that the small leaves cut and emboss at the same time.
The final project for this kit was a gift card holder. This holder is very easy to make and can be used for any occasion. All you would have to do is change the colors and designer series paper. You could make one for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's, Valentines Day or birthday. So many possibilities.
Please note: Some of the projects from Holiday Extravaganza were from Pinterest and/or YouTube. We used them for inspiration or we might have case'd (create and share everything) them. Then there were some that we designed exclusively for our Holiday Extravaganza. Since they were created special for the attendees, I will not be sharing the measurements or instructions.
For each of our kits, we picked a suite and used that for all of our projects, with the exception of sometimes using an additional stamp set.
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Tonight I am going to be showing you a fun technique called, Retiform, on a card. I haven't made one in a long time, so this will be fun to show you this technique tonight. I will be live on my Facebook page Stampin Scrapper at 7:00pm EST. I hope you can join me!
Have a great Monday!
Happy Stampin and