Saturday, 28 November 2020

🎼Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree...🎶


“O’ Christmas Tree, O’ Christmas Tree, How lovely are your branches?”

Sorry, but I bet you are now singing that song! 

For this month’s Ink.Stamp.Share blog hop the theme was Christmas Tree Decorations and I chose to use the Heartwarming  Hugs Suite (August to December mini catalogue p.8 to 11).

I just loved making these little boxes to fill with a Lindt chocolate to hang on my Christmas Tree.  They were created using the Scallop Tag Topper Punch (Annual Catalogue p.166).  I could have carried on making these until next Christmas, no doubt they will appear on my blog on regular occasions for different themes.

This suite is so versatile, on previous posts I have used this for scrapbooking pages and have an upcoming blog hop with Christmas Cards.  So do not forget to pop back and have a look.

Well thank you for taking the time to read this post, I hope you have enjoyed looking at what I have created.  It is now time for you to carry on with your Ink.Stamp.Share blog hop and head on over to have a look at what everyone is working on.

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20 comments:

  1. Love this, so much nicer than shop bought Christmas tree chocolate treats :-)

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  2. Oh yes, it is a great idea to use these adorable boxes for the tree! Love the way you decorated them!

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  3. Super idea for adding chocolate to the Christmas tree - do you have some instructions?

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  4. Sweet little treat holders Alison, love them x

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  5. Cute ornament designs. Love that they double as a treat holder for a sweet surprise gift.

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  6. Great idea, I never think to use the tag toppers for anything other than tags but they are so versatile, thanks for sharing x

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